KUMO CP2

KUMO CP2

2RU Control Panel for all KUMO routers

Mini-Matrix App

$1099 US MSRP*

* Pricing is for US only. International pricing will vary.

Overview

KUMO CP2 is a 2RU control panel that can be used in standalone or networked configurations suitable for all KUMO routers including the KUMO 6464. Connecting via Ethernet to the same network as KUMO routers, KUMO CP2 enables full control from any location without the need for a computer. Up to four KUMO routers can be controlled from a single control panel. Supports ganged dual and quad port routing control, allowing users to group together multiple inputs and outputs for Dual Link, Quad Link 4K/UltraHD, and 8K/UltraHD2 workflows.

Features

  • 2RU Control Panel for KUMO SDI Routers
  • Small, portable form factor
  • Control up to 4x KUMOs per router
  • Supports ganged dual and quad port routing control
  • Eight salvo buttons per router
  • Redundant power supply (option)
  • Embedded web server for remote control
  • Configure IP Address via USB port and supplied AJA eMini-Setup software for PC/Mac
  • Five year warranty

Buttoned Up

The destination-oriented KUMO CP2 Control Panel offers plug-and-play control of AJA’s complete line of compact KUMO SDI routers.

KUMO CP2 features 80 buttons and enables selection of up to 64 sources and 64 destinations on each of up to four KUMO routers in standalone mode or through a built-in GUI accessible from any web browser on the network.

This affordable control panel is only 1.3 inches deep, easy to install, eliminates the need to use a Shift key on KUMO 1604, 1616 and 3232, and is backed by a five-year warranty.

Salvos for simple source to destination mapping

Salvos allow an operator to quickly route a predefined set of crosspoints, connecting specific sources to destinations, at the push of a button. Salvos are easily created by simply setting up the desired routes and saving it to a button in the KUMO router’s Web UI.

Up to eight salvos can be stored in a KUMO router and can be instantly recalled via the KUMO router’s Web UI, GVG Native Protocol over Ethernet, RS-422, and/or the AJA KUMO CP2 Salvo buttons.

 

Remote Router Control

While KUMO routers can be controlled via the built-in web UI, connecting a KUMO CP2 to the network provides a familiar, computer-free solution for router control for all KUMO routers.

KUMO CP2's front panel interface is easily recognized and understood by video engineers, tape operators and editors and provides a fast, tactile interface that can stand up to the rigors of daily use.

Redundant Power Supplies

Routing sits at the heart of your signal matrix needs, connecting one critical device to another.  To ensure maximum uptime in the unlikely event of a power supply failure, KUMO offers redundant power supply options that can failover with zero disruption to operations.

 

Multi-Router Configuration

Utilizing its Ethernet network connection, KUMO control panels can communicate with up to four KUMO routers anywhere on the network. This allows you to locate control panels exactly where they are needed for maximum accessibility.

Simple Installation and Configuration

For standalone configurations with KUMO control panels, all KUMO routers can be connected together directly using standard RJ45 cables or a network switch, if required. KUMO software will automatically detect and assign routers to control panel delegations so your routing system is ready for use immediately.

In a network environment, the built-in web UI provides all the setup controls to create exactly the configuration you require.

 

Custom Button Labels

Customize KUMO CP and KUMO CP2 buttons exactly to your needs. Use text labels and colored inserts to identify various sources, destinations and routers for quick and easy operation. To get you started, you can download a lens chip template which can be color-printed and cut to create an insert for each button on the KUMO control panel.

Light-gauge paper or film will be illuminated by the button for easy identification even in the darkest machine room or edit suite.

Affordable

Whether you’re building a mobile truck, edit suites or an AV flypack, get the routing capabilities you need at a price that fits well within your budget. And KUMO routers and control panels are so affordable they can even be used in place of traditional DAs to distribute and control signals to multiple locations. KUMO routers provide an incredible price/performance ratio while still maintaining the highest quality standards.

Industry Leading Support

AJA’s technical support is recognized as among the best in the industry and is available to all AJA customers. If you need assistance with any aspect of your KUMO installation, configuration, operation or encounter any technical issue,  AJA Support will work with you to get up and running.

KUMO products are covered by a generous five year warranty. Please see the individual Product’s Manual for additional specifics around warranty conditions for the product itself.


Tech Specs


User Interface

  • 80 buttons with removable overcap for lens chips
  • Includes factory installed lens chip set
  • High and Low button tally indication, configurable brightness
  • Controls up to four KUMO routers
  • Panel Lock feature
  • Destination Lock feature

Router Support

  • KUMO 1604
  • KUMO 1616
  • KUMO 3232
  • KUMO 6464
  • KUMO 1616-12G
  • KUMO 3232-12G
  • KUMO 6464-12G

Salvo

  • 8 Salvos buttons can be enabled to trigger a KUMO router's configured salvos.

Network Interface

  • 1x RJ-45, 10/100/1000 Ethernet
  • Embedded web server for remote control

USB Interface

  • 1x Mini-USB for IP configuration using AJA eMini-Setup

Size (w x d x h)

  • 2RU - 17.4" x 1.3" x 3.5" (441.96 x 33.02 x 88.9 mm)

Weight

  • 2.1 lb (1.0 kg)

Power

  • External power supply required
    • Enclosure: Dual, redundant, 10-14VDC regulated, 4-pin Molex, 4W typical, 9.6W max.
    • AC adapter, included: 100-240VAC, 50/60 Hz, universal input, 60W
    • Optional redundant AC adapter sold separately, KUMO-PWR
       

Environment

  • Safe Operating Temperature: 0 to 40 degrees C (32 to 104 degrees F)
  • Safe Storage Temperature (Power OFF): -40 to 60 degrees C (-40 to 140 degrees F)
  • Operating Relative Humidity: 10-90% noncondensing
  • Operating Altitude: <3,000 meters (<10,000 feet)