Optional Networked Hardware

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LAN Hub Controller  - R190A

The Model R-190A supplies remote contact closure from any web browser. This allows the operator to perform remote functions at remote sites with contact closures. LAN IP addresses may be assigned to the R190A from any PC, using a web browser.

 

Net/GPIO-WR22

Remote LAN Hub Controller provides TCP/IP network control of two (2) independent GPI and two (2) independent GPO (dry contact relays) for a variety of applications, including EAS centralcasting and MultiStation installations. Each DASDEC can control up to eight (8) Net/GPIO-WR22s. Unit’s IP address is assigned from any PC/Mac, using a web browser. Password authentication prevents accidental triggering. Small, packaging chassis provides convenient installation with single 10/100 Ethernet (RJ-45) and screw terminals. model: Net/GPIO-WR22

Net/GPIO-iPIO-8

 

Remote LAN Hub Controller provides TCP/IP network control of eight (8) independent GPI and eight (8) independent GPO (Form C relays) for a variety of applications, including EAS centralcasting and MultiStation installations. Each DASDEC (V2.0 and higher) can control up to thirty-two (32) ports in any combination of devices. The IP address is assigned from any PC/Mac using a web browser. Password authentication prevents accidental triggering. The chassis provides convenient installation with single 10/100 Ethernet (RJ-45) and screw terminals on removable connectors.

 

Audio/Video Switch - R197AV

Remote LAN Multiport Audio Switch. Features four (4) independent balanced stereo audio and video A/B switches individually controlled via TCP/IP network. Combining elements of the R165 and R190 to form a network controllable audio switch. Works with any DASDEC for switching audio signals without additional GPI/O connections. Each switch is fully isolated; therefore, it may require an external audio DA to distribute a common signal to all channels.

4 Unit AES Switch - R198

 

Direct/Remote Audio Convertor, Distribution Amp, and four (4) independent balanced synchronous AES Switches in a single 1RU package. Features single unbalanced analog stereo input converted to AES audio and distributed to the "B" side of individually controlled synchronous 2x1 balanced AES audio switches. Each switch can be controlled over a network or a GPI per channel supported by all EAS manufacturers. A Master GPI will switch all channels to the B input. Main program audio is protected by a bypass relay in a power failure. Networked with any DASDEC for switching audio signals without additional GPI/O connections.

 

MultiPlayer

he MultiPlayer finally removes any restrictions by combining multiple EAS audio recorders/players (playheads) and seamless on demand audio switching in a single compact chassis. Combined with a host DASDEC, the MultiPlayer provides up to 5 completely independent EAS audio channels playable at any time - eliminating the maze of relay panels, switches and strange hold-off logic plaguing other systems. model: MultiPlayer