Digital Alert Systems R198
Multichannel AES switch/converter
R198 converts an incoming analog source to digital AES audio and distributes it to four different AES switches. It enables users to convert a stereo analog signal into AES and switch it in and out of four other AES program streams. In a 1RU chassis, the R198 features a built-in Web server and therefore can be configured and operated from any standard Web browser on any standard platform. Once the system is configured, each channel switch is controllable over a standard TCP/IP network connection or via GPIs, making it easy to use over a network or directly interfaced with other broadcast equipment such as automation and older EAS equipment.
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