Sonifex Redbox RB-SD1IP


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Sonifex Redbox RB-SD1IP

Silence sensor
The RB-SD1IP offers all of the functionality of the standard RB-SD1 with several extra capabilities. Ethernet connectivity provides the ability to set up and control the unit via a browser-based GUI. The network capabilities allow the user to more finely control silence level (-60dBu to 0dBu in 3dBu steps) and silence duration (1 second to 10 minutes). Users can also remotely lock/unlock the front panel controls on the unit and opt to use either the hardware-configured settings or Web-based settings. In addition to the front-panel LEDs the GUI home page offers a real-time view of signal levels and alarm statuses. Using the new browser GUI, left and right channels can be treated independently and remote relay triggers can be configured as one of many events including the new GPIO pins. Users can also choose to lock/unlock the use of the remote pins to control the unit and firmware updates can also be performed using the web GUI.
+44 1933 650 700
sales@sonifex.co.uk
sonifex.co.uk


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