New Products (Feb 2003)
Remote I/O interface
Sierra Automated Systems
This interface provides remote I/O connectivity for the 32KD digital
audio network. A module in the 32KD mainframe occupies one universal
slot and interfaces 32 channels of audio in and out, plus data to a
Riolink remote chassis. The interface connects to the remote location
via CAT-5 or fiber optic cabling. The remote chassis occupies 2RU. Also
included are 16 RS-485 remote control ports, 16 isolated contact inputs
and outputs and general purpose data ports.
Swing and Eagle
The portable ISDN Swing codec, can connect to U.S. and Euro ISDN
networks. The codec, with G.711 and G.722 algorithms and analog hybrid,
can be used simultaneously, with the analog line being used as a main
or backup circuit. The mixer has three mic inputs, plus an auxiliary in
and out, with a VU meter to monitor input/output and compressor/limiter
on the output. The 1RU dual-channel ISDN Eagle codec can also connect
to U.S. and Euro ISDN networks. Connectivity is available via G.711,
G.722 and MPEG LII algorithms to offer as much as 12kHz audio bandwidth
using one ISDN B channel and up to 15kHz joint stereo, or 20kHz mono,
using two ISDN B channels. Full input and output monitoring is
available via LED bar graph meters on the front panel, along with a mic
and headset and an external phone connector.
The AMM200 analog monitor is a stereo line amplifier and monitor
providing balanced XLR line inputs and amplified outputs, stereo
headphone drivers and a stereo LED meter. The two-color LED meters are
switchable for measuring line input or output levels. Meter ballistics
can be switched for peak or average response. Meter range covers -15dB
to +12dB in ten 3dB steps. Switched rear-panel RCA jacks allow external
self-powered speakers to be controlled from the headphone
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