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BSS BLU-BIB Soundweb London input expander m. BLU-LINK

720-10150
The Soundweb London BLU-BIB or “break-in box” offers 8 channels of analog audio input expansion via the Soundweb London high bandwidth, fault tolerant digital audio bus. This expander features a low latency, fault tolerant digital audio bus of 256 channels which uses standard Category 5e cabling giving a distance of 100m between compatible devices. The BSS Audio MC-1 fiber optic media converter can be used to increase the distance between devices to over 10km (6.2 miles) using single mode fiber. The BLU-BIB input channels are easily configured by six DIP switches located on the rear of the device, which select consecutive channels in groups of eight. This simple configuration allows assignment to any 8-channel range within the 256 channels available on the digital audio bus. Input channel assignments are configured by DIP switch selection only. The BLU-BIB is not configured by HiQnet™ Audio Architect. Each channel’s input gain and Phantom Power are adjusted using buttons on the front panel. The 8 analog mic/line level inputs utilize the same terminal block connectors as the other members of the Soundweb London family. Signal present, clip, and Phantom Power per channel are displayed by front panel LED indicators. The front panel also contains a power status and applied gain LED indicators. The BLU-BIB operates in three different modes, which are entered and exited via the front panel controls. Edit Mode allows the user to adjust each channel’s input gain and Phantom Power. Normal Mode prevents the user from changing input gain or Phantom Power. Stealth Mode prevents the same changes from occurring, but without LED illumination (except power). The chassis is a half rack wide and can be rack mounted using the BSS Audio 1U Rack-Mount Kit. It can also be under-table mounted or wall mounted using the included mounting brackets. The BLU-BIB break-in box input expander is powered by a 12V DC adapter which is included with the device. The BLU-BIB and the other members of the Soundweb London family provide the building blocks of the perfectly tailored system solution.

BSS BLU-BOB1 Soundweb London output expander m/BLU-LINK 1/2-rack

720-10151
BOB1 er halv rack-bredde og er også beregnet til vægmontage eller på pulten. BLU-BOB1 henter 8 påfølgende kanaler på BLU-LINK netværket, fra startadressen som sættes med DIP-switches på bagsiden. BLU-LINK er en low-latency, fail-tolerant digital audio bus på 265 kanaler. Boksen har LED indikatorer for signal på hver kanal, og fødes med 12VDC, 15W ekstern strømforsyning (999-PSU, ikke inkluderet). BLU-BOB1 udgør sammen med de andre medlemmerne, i Soundweb London familien, byggeklodser i et skræddersyet lydsystem.

BSS BLU-BOB2 Soundweb London output expander m/BLU-LINK 19"

720-10152
BLU-BOB2 henter 8 påfølgende kanaler på BLU-LINK netværket, fra startadressen som sættes med DIP-switches på bagsiden.   ,BLU-LINK er en low-latency, fail-tolerant digital audio bus på 265 kanaler. Boksen har LED indikatorer for signal på hver kanal, og fødes med 12VDC, 15W ekstern strømforsyning (999-PSU, ikke inkluderet). BLU-BOB1 udgør sammen med de andre medlemmerne, i Soundweb London familien, byggeklodser i et skræddersyet lydsystem.

BSS Soundweb GPX GPIO Expander med 36 control inputs og 23 logik outputs

720-19012
The Soundweb London BLU-GPX is a network-controlled GPIO expander which facilitates the cost-effective addition of Control Inputs, Logic Outputs, and Relays to systems requiring extra analog control/interfacing capability. The BLU-GPX features the same rich palette of Logic Objects found in other Soundweb London devices, two PoE-enabled Ethernet ports for communications and primary power, a 12VDC power connector for secondary power, a RS-232 port for compatibility with serial devices, a bank of user-configurable front panel LEDs, a user-configurable front panel LCD, a user-configurable piezo buzzer for audible indication, and locate functionality. The BLU-GPX has 36 Control Inputs. As with the Control Inputs found on other Soundweb London devices, these Control Inputs can be connected to contact closures for controlling binary parameters, resistor ladders for controlling multi-state parameters, or potentiometers for controlling continuous parameters. The BLU-GPX has 23 Logic Outputs. As with the Logic Outputs found on other Soundweb London devices, these Logic Outputs can be connected directly to voltage-controlled electrical components such as LEDs and relays. The BLU-GPX has 8 integrated Relay Outputs, each with Normally Open (NO) and Normally Closed (NC) terminals. The Relays will open or close in response to HiQnet parameters, and they can be connected directly to resistance-controlled electrical components/circuits. These Relay Outputs reduce the need to source and deploy external relays. The BLU-GPX has 47 Common (ground) connections. A multiplicity of Common connections results in simplified wiring to and from external equipment, reducing the need to span connections across terminal block connectors. Also provided are 12 Reference connections which facilitate 3-wire mode operation. The BLU-GPX has open architecture which is fully configurable through HiQnet™ Audio Architect. A rich palette of logic objects and a “drag and drop” method of configuration provide a simple and familiar design environment. The device is configured, controlled, monitored, and powered via either of the two PoE-enabled Ethernet ports. The device can also be controlled and monitored via the serial port. For power source backup, an additional 12VDC connector is provided. A front panel ‘Power Supply’ LED provides convenient indication of power supply status. On the front panel of the BLU-GPX, there are 48 software-programmable LEDs. Each LED is a multi-color indicator capable of red, green, or yellow illumination. The front panel also contains a software-programmable, monochromatic LCD with 80x16 screen resolution for text-based visual indication of user-defined events. The BLU-GPX has a software-programmable 4 kHz piezo buzzer for audible indication of user-defined events. A bi-directional locate function allows devices to be identified both from and within HiQnet Audio Architect. The BLU-GPX and the other members of the Soundweb London family provide the building blocks of the perfectly tailored system solution. This signal processor is EN 54-16 Compliant for life safety applications.
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