After many successful remote broadcasting events using Dejero Newsbook, we purchased the GoBox and found it to be far more rugged and reliable, particularly in crowded breaking news events. Capable of streaming live video and data at up to 10 Megabits per second, in up to 1080i50/60 HD, the Dejero GoBox is a great mobile transmitter to have for live breaking news events. Now, we’re offering the Dejero GoBox for hire.
This device by Dejero blends multiple Internet connections to let you broadcast live from virtually anywhere worldwide, utilising cellular networks, ethernet, wi-fi and portable satellite connections if you have them. In ideal conditions, the unit can achieve an ultra-low latency transmission of under one second from “glass-to-glass”. (Dejeros’ term, meaning from the glass of the transmitting lens to the output of the receiver)
It is also capable of recording up to 40 hours of HD video to forward to your Dejero server (Or one we have access to) when network conditions are more ideal.
It has both HDMI and SDI inputs, as well as an XLR IFB output, which provides clear communications back to your talent if you’re connecting to your own Dejero receiver. If you require IFB gear for this, we can provide that as well as part of this kit.
This device comes with six SIM cards to increase redundancy and provide fast and dependable connectivity in testing network conditions. We have recently changed our SIM card provider away from the traditional mobile networks to a multi-provider service, allowing us to use any mobile network provider on any of the SIM cards, instead of being stuck with one provider per SIM. Even more redundancy options if one network is stronger than others in particular areas, offering more video transport safety than standard SIMs.
Of course, if you have your own SIM cards already, you may use these inside the unit. Contact us to install them prior to your rental.
If you don’t have your own Dejero server, no problem. We have access to a worldwide network via our Dejero Los Angeles receiver, which can feed your pictures to any broadcaster in the world via “The Switch”, a network of fibre, microwave and satellite uplink/downlink stations covering the globe. Please contact us if this is something you would require.
It comes with a shoulder strap attached, so it can be carried by a member of your team as you’re broadcasting. The GoBox itself is contained within a custom made Pelican case, allowing the device itself to be shielded from the elements, though it is NOT waterproof, just to be clear. It also features two V-Lock battery plates, allowing it to be powered from standard camera batteries, but more importantly, this lets you “hot-swap” batteries as they drain, whilst keeping the unit running.
The device can be remotely controlled via Dejeros’ cloud-based control system, allowing us, or Dejeros’ 24/7 international support team to assist if you have any problems.
We charge a flat fee per day for the Dejero Gobox rental, as well as a mobile data usage fee charged by the Gigabyte. One gigabyte would roughly be used sometime between ten to fifteen minutes of HD+ video transmitted. This is still infinitely cheaper than transmitting via satellite, and far more portable!
Ethernet or Wifi services used would not count towards the transmission data used, so if you have your own hotspot or network, use it all you like. Wifi or Ethernet connections requiring a login will require the assistance of Dejero Support to connect, a free service via the phone numbers on the device.
This kit includes:
- Dejero GoBox Transmitter
- 19v Power Supply
- SDI or HDMI leads, depending on your choice of camera
- Four 190Wh V-Lock batteries & quad charger (Optional)
- IFB in-ear monitoring kit, with amplifiers and earpieces (Optional)