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Last update: December 7, 2023

The Network BridgeX

BridgeX Front View

The BridgeX Network Interface X is a quad port Network device, Used for linking local Green-GO networks to wider access networks such as the World Wide Web, enabling Green-GO systems to communicate across the globe. Featuring a full-color TFT or LCD display that shows information about channels, cue signals; configurable by a multifunction encoder, with access to many of the same functions and features as most other Green-GO devices.

Connectivity to external networks is achieved via a dual 10/100 Mbps “external network” port. Powered via PoE through the network cable connected to the devices Ethercon port or 12V DC connector (power supply not included).

Each Bridge X interface consists of 4 ports which can either be used in “remote connection” or “group bridge” modes. - Remote User mode: enables a single external device to become a full member of the host system. - Group Bridge mode: requires a Bridge interface X at each local network, linking one group from each site intendant of configurations.

What's in the box?

The Green-GO network BridgeX comes with the following package contents:

  • 1 x Green-GO network BridgeX
  • 1 x Printed quickstart guide
Optional Green-GO accessories
  • Green-GO PoE network switches

Device overview

Front panel

BridgeX Front Overview

Back panel

BridgeX Back Overview

The user interface

BridgeX UI Overview

The setup menu

Reset the memory cache

Tip: You will lose any device configuration by clearing the memory cache of your device.

While it is not necessary to reset a device's memory cache after updating a version 5 firmware, it may help to resolve issues after an update process has been completed. Resetting a device's memory cache is done in the forced Boot Mode:

  1. Power down your device.
  2. While powering up your device, press the Encoder
  3. You can release the button after the device booted into the forced Boot Mode.
  4. Press and hold the button identified in step two again for approximately 30 seconds.
  5. While resetting, devices with a display will show a countdown.
  6. Release the button after the countdown has run down.
  7. Restart your device.

Technical specifications





Written by: Chad Phelps, Henk-Jan Blok, Timo Toups