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There are two types of TXB IP modules, one is the older TXB-IP and the other is the newer TXB-N H.264 module. How do you tell them apart physically?
TXB installed into Spectra IV backbox.
We sometimes need to know which type of TXB module is installed; the older TXB-IP that is now obsolete and works on the Atlas platform, or the newer TXB-N which works on the sarix platform and does H.264.
The ways to distinguish the differences:
The older Atlas based TXB-IP uses the UTP output to get its video and has a plug that goes to the UTP connection.
The newer Sarix based TXB-N does not support the UTP connector and is not included in the module. In other words, the UTP connector on the module is missing.
On the older TXB-IP module, both the reset button and LED are paired next to each other.
In the new TXB-N, the reset button and LED are opposite of each on the module.
Please see the attached pictures:
Replacement is the NET5500 series