AJA is shipping its KUMO 3232-12G router

AJA’ KUMO 3232-12G increases the capacity for larger configurations, while still maintaining its 2RU size with support for 12G. The KUMO 12G-SDI router support large format resolutions. At the same time, it supports high frame rate and deep color formats, all the while reduces cable runs when transporting 4K/UltraHD over SDI. AJA says the router offers network-based and/or physical control.

All the KUMO 3232-12G’s features

  • 32x 12G-SDI inputs and outputs
  • Single cable support for 4K/UltraHD
  • Redundant power supply option
  • Eight salvos per router
  • Embedded web server for remote control
  • USB port to configure the router IP address

Compact routing

The KUMO 3232-12G has a signal control and support full broadcast specifications over 12G-SDI, 6G-SDI, 3G-SDI, HD-SDI and SD-SDI. The 1RU and 2RU and 4RU formats are just a few inches deep. So they are capable of fitting in many environments.

Back of the AJA KUMO 3232-12G
Back of the AJA KUMO 3232-12G

Signal control

As 8K emerges more into the market and 4K/UltraHD workflows continue to be the standard, the KUMO 3232-12G looks to support powerful signal control. KUMO 12G-SDI routers offer single-link cable simplicity for 4K/UltraHD. The routers can be configured for ganged dual-link or quad-link grouping. That means users can group together multiple inputs and outputs for 8K workflows.

Salvo support

The KUMO 3232-12G supports salvos and that should make it easier to switch operations by recalling multiple sources to specific destinations. Salvos are stored in a KUMO router. They can be recalled through the KUMO router’s Web UI, GVG Native Protocol over Ethernet, RS-232, and/or the AJA KUMO CP2 Salvos buttons.

Eight Salvos can be configured and stored in each KUMO router.

Pricing and availability

KUMO 3232-12G is now out for $3995. You can learn more at aja.com.

Sean Berry
Sean Berry
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