Exsys Ethernet 1 Port Seriell Rs-232, Data Gateway zum Anschluss von seriellen Geräten in ein Ethernet Netzwerk mit den verschiedenen IP Adressen (Udp, IP, Tcp, Icmp, Http, Dhcp, ARP-Ping), 1 x 9 Pol Sub-D Rs-232 Stecker Anschluss, Stromversorgung &#
The Dante option provides the m108 with two gigabit ethernet ports for streaming 8 channels of audio at sample rates up to 192kHz to other Dante enabled devices. The heart of the Dante interface is the Brooklyn II module. This is where the digital audio data is sent to and received from the Dante network flows.
Overview:The Mytek DIO MADI card is a physical card that plugs into the back of the Mytek 8X192 ADDA converter. It extends the converter with a 64-Channel MADI input and output (optical and coaxial).Each Mytek 8X192 ADDA converts only 8 channels, so up to 56 channels can be passed through to the next device. The card allows to cascade up to eight Mytek 8X192 ADDA converters. Incoming MADI data is passed through unchanged. Only one block of eight channels is used.DIO MADI card for 8X192 can be ordered separately or with the 8X192 ADDASpecifications:- Connection: MADI optical and coaxial, 64 channels of 24-bit audio at a sample rate of up to 192 kHz- Compatibility: The DIO MADI card offers full support for 56 and 64 channel modes.- Latency: low latency mode- Cables: BNC MADI cables - not included- Optical MADI cables - not included- No drivers required
PreSonus’ SW5E AVB switch supplies five AVB ports with secure. locking XLR Ethernet jacks. This, along with its robust construction, makes the SW5E an especially good choice for live sound systems. Network Link/Activity indicators help you ensure that network data is flowing properly.Audio networking is much more than just a way to connect a digital snake. With an AVB network, you can connect digital audio devices over long distances using CAT5e or CAT6 Ethernet cable and route your audio anywhere on the network with extremely low latency. AVB offers several unique benefits that make it a better choice for audio than other networking protocols. For example, AVB provides a high-precision clock that significantly reduces harmonic distortion and phasing, ensuring your audio stays clear and clean. AVB ensures you always have enough bandwidth to carry your low latency audio—even when your intern starts streaming a movie. These important benefits are an inherent part of AVB; you don’t need to do anything special to your devices or AVB switch. And you can only get them with AVB.FeaturesPorts and Indicators- 5 Locking XLR Ethernet AVB jacks - 4 ports with PoE- PoE power indicators- Network Link/Activity indicatorsSwitches and Power- PoE power on/off- Internal power supply with IEC connectorPhysical- Rugged metal chassis- Rack mountable (screws to a rack tray)General- AVB Ports: 5 Locking XLR Ethernet- PoE Ports: 4- PoE Supported: IEEE 802.3at-2009 (Type 1)- Operational Bandwidth: 10 / 100 / 1 Gigabit- Front Panel: 5 Activity LEDs, 4 PoE active LEDs- Power: 100-230V, 50-60 Hz, 65W- Dimensions: 1.7 x 8.5 x 7 (44 x 217 x 178 mm)
Lynx Studio Technology announces the LT-TB Thunderbolt LSlot interface for its Aurora and Hilo converters. The LT-TB is a two-port Thunderbolt expansion card that supports daisy-chaining Aurora and Hilo converters and any other certified Thunderbolt device on both Apple and Windows computers. The LT-TB and accompanying Aurora and Hilo models are the first Thunderbolt audio devices certified for Windows as well as Mac.The LT-TB LSlot card can be installed into any existing Hilo or Aurora with an easy and free firmware update. In addition, Lynx is making Thunderbolt equipped Aurora and Hilo models available at the same time. These models are:• Hilo-TB in Black and Silver• Aurora 16-TB• Aurora 16-VTTB (variable trim model)• Aurora 8-TBThe LT-TB, in development for over a year, uses Intel’s Cactus Ridge second-generation Thunderbolt controller. This device allows for a more robust design electrically. Similar to other Lynx products, LT-TB incorporates an FPGA for audio mixing and control functions that can be easily updated in the field.Months of in-house testing along with support from Apple and Intel assure that LT-TB works well with any other certified Thunderbolt product on the market.Whereas some earlier Thunderbolt equipped converters are limited to two units and 32 analog channels, the LT-TB can be used in a chain of up to 6 Aurora converters for up to 96 analog channels, plus 96 digital channels on one Thunderbolt port. So theoretically, the upcoming 6 port Mac Pro could deliver up to 1,152 channels.The Thunderbolt protocol allows up to six devices and one display to be connected to the computer on a single Thunderbolt port. So in addition to Lynx converters, you can have external drives, displays, expansion chassis and so on. The LT-TB has two Thunderbolt ports, which allows this daisy chaining of devices.One of the other nice features of the LT-TB and other Thunderbolt devices is the ability to plug, unplug and hot-plug them. So you can easily bring in an additional Aurora or Hilo or other Thunderbolt device without needing to reinstall drivers or reset anything. It’s all automatic.According to Intel, the developer of Thunderbolt, ´´Thunderbolt delivers unparalleled performance, flexibility and simplicity to personal computing.” said Jason Ziller, Intel’s director of Thunderbolt Marketing, ´´Products like the Lynx LT-TB LSlot interface help highlight what Thunderbolt makes possible.”Thunderbolt technology is the fastest connection to your PC at 10Gbs – in each direction, and at the same time. This is twice the speed of USB 3.0. Thunderbolt provides flexibility and simplicity by connecting up to six data and display devices in a daisy-chain.The Lynx LT-TB, Aurora-8 TB, Aurora 16-TB, Aurora 16-VTTB and Hilo-TB (Silver or Black) are now available.