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Jupiter Control Panels LCD16 & LCD48

The Jupiter™ LCD16 and LCD48 control panels offer you the freedom of changing pages of destinations, sources, levels, sequences (salvos), or overrides with a simple and easy scroll wheel, while each button’s status is updated quickly and dynamically. 

Each panel can status up to 16 or 48 destinations at a time and provide complete status for each destination including current source with lock,  protect, or tie line status. If destinations are protected or locked the associated button will change color to magenta or red respectively, and the button will display which panel owns the protect or lock function. If a route is using a tie line from another router the source will display a “T” above the source name. Each button is capable of displaying three lines of text with eight characters each.

  • Multiple operating modes:
    • The LCD panels allow you to change the way each panel operates right from the panel
  • LAN- or WAN-capable:
    • Connect with an Ethernet connection and the panels will operate over your LAN or WAN
  • View status of up to 48 destinations at once:
    • Each button can display status for individual destinations
    • Status current source
    • Status current level information
    • Lock or protect status
    • Tie line information
  • Lock or protect destinations:
    • Lock and protect functions allow you to lock or protect all or individual levels
  • Follows the Jupiter easy-to-understand color code:
    • Yellow for destinations
    • Green for sources
    • Amber for levels
    • Red for lock
    • Magenta for protect

Operating Modes:

BPS – Single destination

BPS – Multiple destination

BPS – Sources and destinations on one page

Category entry

Level mode

Maximum number of sources: system limit

Maximum number of destinations: system limit

Total sources + destinations: system limit

Breakaways: up to 96 levels

Sequences: yes

Overrides: yes

Lock and protect: yes

Menu modes: yes

Gang switching: yes

GPIO option: yes

Mounting size: 19" 1 RU (LCD16), 2 RU (LCD48)

Overall width: 483 mm

Overall height: 76 mm

Depth (AC version): 111 mm

Depth (DC version): 35 mm

Power consumption: 12W

Voltage range: 100V to 240V

March 31, 2014
Hillsboro, Ore., March 31, 2014 — Broadcasting System of San-in, BSS TV, a commercial broadcaster in the San-in region of Japan, is combining business flexibility, operational excellence, and outstanding image performance with new, fully integrated broadcast solutions from Grass Valley®. BSS implemented an LDX Compact Premiere™ advanced imaging camera for its small news studio, as well as three K2 Summit® media servers, a Concerto™ multi- & mixed-format routing switcher, five Jupiter™ routing switcher control solutions, five EDIUS® multiformat nonlinear video editing software solutions, and K2 SAN storage for its news operation. Together, this new end-to-end suite of products will enable BSS to quickly and efficiently deliver news, weather, and other timely information to viewers in the Shimane and Tottori areas of Japan.
March 13, 2014
Hillsboro, Ore., March 13, 2014 — NZ Live, a new start-up broadcast facility in Auckland, has selected a fully integrated, turnkey, high-definition broadcast production solution from Grass Valley® to outfit its new facility. NZ Live will focus on feed recording, production, post-production, and playout of live sports programming from all over New Zealand. Initially, NZ Live will produce all the racing events throughout the country for the New Zealand Racing Board, but the facility is designed and purposed to cover all facets of broadcast workflows including OB operations and playout facilities. NZ Live expects to be on-air in late September 2014. This deal represents a powerful step forward for Grass Valley's presence in the growing broadcast market in New Zealand and Australia.

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