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Teradek Cube 155 1 Channel HD SDI Encoder (TER-CUBE155)

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Teradek Cube 155 1 Channel HD SDI Encoder (TER-CUBE155)

£1,794.00 (inc VAT) £1,495.00 (exc VAT)

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Teradek Cube-155 (TER-CUBE155) 1 Channel HD-SDI Encoder, Dual Band WiFi, External USB Port and Ethernet



Teradek Cube and Brik encoders provide a powerful, compact wireless solution for local monitoring and proxy recording. Both devices utilize high profile H.264 compression and support resolutions up to 1080p at 5mbps over dual band a/b/g/n WiFi or 10mbps over Ethernet. The Teradek Cube comes in HD-SDI or HDMI varieties, whereas the camera-back Brik offers HD-SDI inputs only. Each encoder has an easy to use OLED display for rapid configuration and a rechargeable LiIon battery (wireless models only), which enables users to swap external power sources without powering the unit down 


Local Monitoring on iOS Devices


Watch your live video while you’re on the move. With the Teradek Cube, directors, clients, and others on set are able to monitor every live shot on their iPad, iPhone, and laptop with a delay as low as 1/3 second. Simply connect your device directly to a Teradek encoder over the 5.8Ghz Master Mode or to a shared access point, launch Teradek’s free TeraCentral application, and select the live feed you wish to view. 


Remote Monitoring


Cube also supports remote monitoring for productions that have multiple sets. For example, a Cube on Set A can transmit over the Internet to a decoder at Set B where the director can view the feed at near real time. This is also a fantastic option for writers and producers to keep an eye on production from their office. 


On-Board and Remote Proxy Recording


Not only can you watch the action unfold in real time on your iOS device, Teradek encoders also offer free proxy recording capabilities on both HD-SDI and HDMI models for generating instant replays or dailies. Cube encoders sense when your camera begins and ends recording and instantly creates an H.264 file with identical timecode, filename, and start/stop times on a computer connected to your local network.* Alternatively, both encoders can save proxy files on their on-board uSD and SD card slots if your set lacks an extra computer hard drive.


*HD-SDI models only

Key Features

The new Cube 155, like the original, is a camera-top wireless HD video encoder that connects with HD-SDI cameras. The unit streams via dual-band WiFi, an Ethernet port, or a single 3G/4G USB modem

The new Cube 155 includes all of the same great features of the original Cube such as a compact aluminum chassis, comprehensive transport protocol support like RTP/RTSP/RTMP/MPEG-TS and a variety of camera inputs. 
To bring Cube to the next level, Teradek has added a variety of important new features such as:

Cube’s new OLED enables users to rapidly change and review the settings of their unit in addition to providing real-time feedback for filenames, recording status, and wireless connectivity. No longer are computers or iPads needed for configuration; every feature is a simple click away.
Li-ION Battery

Cube’s built-in Li-ION battery will give users up to 2 hours of runtime, which allows for seamless battery swapping or quick broadcasts. The battery can also be charged from an AC adapter or even a suitable external battery such as an Anton Bauer.

MIMO Access Point
The new MIMO access point feature greatly improves wireless performance and enables special features such as wireless camera control for devices without a WiFi capability built in, and ensures improved connectivity from an iPad or Android tablets.
Audio Output

Cube now comes with a headphone output for immediate audio monitoring.

Micro SD
Micro USB
Cube’s micro USB port will charge the new internal battery.

CDN Integration
The new Cube also supports dozens of Content Delivery Networks (CDNs), including UStream,, Livestream, Youtube Live, and many others.



  • Send Your Content Anywhere
    Cube will transmit live video from any location with an Internet connection.
  • Streaming to an iPad
    Cube enables producers, clients, and others on set to monitor every shot live on their iPads.
  • Broadcast Live to the Internet
    With a simple press of the Go Live! button, Cube will stream directly to your website, Facebook page, or a content delivery network (CDN) of choice.
  • Power
    2-pin Lemo-type power connector



  • Cube 155
  • 110-240V AC Power Adapter
  • 2 x Wireless Antennas
  • Ethernet Cable
  • USB Stick with TeraCentral Desktop Software
  • SDI Cable
  • Hot Shoe Adapter with Thumbscrew

Cube Firmware Version 7.3.2

New Features

  • None

Changes and Improvements

  • None

Bug Fixes

  • Setup wizard view did not display correctly

Teradek Firmware Version 7.3.1

New Features

  • Added 1080p50/59.94/60 3G-SDI input support for T-RAX encoders, Bond Pro, Cube Pro
  • Added vidloss pattern generator options for T-RAX encoders, Bond Pro, Cube Pro
  • Added support for Huawei E3272 modem

Changes and Improvements

  • None

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed closed captioning support for T-RAX encoder cards
  • Huawei E3276 modem would not connect
  • Decoder front panel could become unresponsive in some configurations
  • RTMP auto-reconnect did notwork if messages from the destination server were lost

Teradek Firmware Version 7.3.0

New Features

  • Added Core Direct mode (activatable) - allows Teradek devices to communicate directly with Core for configuration and status information
  • Snapshots, status, and settings are available on Core
  • Streaming operation is not affected, does not need to pass through Sputnik
  • Added YouTube Live support

Changes and Improvements

  • Free add-ons can now be activated directly from web UI's Licenses page
  • Improved firmware upgrade robustness, added update checking to web UI
  • No longer start NTP server mode if NTP is enabled (client only)
  • Updated OpenSSL version to 1.0.0p (Jan. 2015)

Bug Fixes

  • Audio artifacts were present in Bond Pro streams at some input/output resolutions
  • Bond II: Audio stream would not start if video was plugged in after codec booted
  • Bond RTMP statuses were not updated correctly
  • Bonding settings occasionally failed to apply
  • Some HDMI 1080P input formats were being cropped/shifted
  • Web UI authorization could expire incorrectly
  • Start broadcast option was not present on front panel for Live Internet Streaming modes

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