Headend Controller (CDC)
Device used for the remote control and monitoring of a T.0X Televes headend. The IP-network access methods are implemented using an Ethernet 10/100 Mbps interface. This device establish a connection with a Link server located in the Televes premises, which provides direct connection between installer and headend.
Televes reserves the right to modify the product
- Headend management and control is carried out by a centralized service called â€śTeleves Servicesâ€ť. This portal is located in a Televes Server Centre accessible to the user through authentication
- Equipped with a RISC Microcomputer and GNU/Linux Operating System, which ensure reliability in interface, protocol and peripheral device management
|Memories||Type||8 MB Flash |
64 MB SDRAM
128M x 8 bit NAND Flash Memory
|Interfaces Connectors||T.0X powering ||Vdc||24|
|Interface||USB 2.0 Full Speed Host (12 Mbps)|
|RJ45 connector ||10/100 Base-T Ethernet|
|RJ45 connector ||Debugging / LCD programmer |
|Peripherals||Real Time Clock / Alarm|
|Digital thermometer |
|Operative System ||Linux Kernel 2.6.16|
|Operating temperature ||ÂşF||23 ... 113|
|Protection index ||IP||20|
You can configure a headend by connecting the CDC as a LAN host using the Tsuite software and configuring the module communications (Fixed IP or DHCP client).
Yes, provided that the headend has a CDC module and that the module to be configured is actually configurable.