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VADIS 212 Digital Audio Router and DSP Engine

Vadis 212 Audio Router Vadis 212 Audio Router

The VADIS 212 is a multi-faceted digital audio router, which uses the VADIS technology of modular architecture and freely assignable slots. It also offers fiber-optic audio networking to reduce wiring costs.
The VADIS 212 can be easily adapted to each customer´s requirements and can grow with the user´s needs. There is simply no better solution for an application requiring any signal available anywhere.
  • 19" rack mount housing - 3RU
  • Powered by an integrated fan less PSU
  • 10 slots for VADIS plug-in cards
  • Battery-buffered RAM
  • Hot-swap function for the exchange of plug-in cards during operation
  • 8 GPI inputs and outputs
  • Ethernet interface for service and control purposes
  • Connectors for clock signal input/output
  • Connector for AES/EBU sync input
  • 24 bit digital audio
  • Internal Watchdog monitors system
Depending on router type:
  • Internal controller
  • 3 CMI interfaces for the connection of control modules (e.g. AEON console, router panels, etc.)
  • Connector for VGA display
For more information see VADIS 212 technical data.

VADIS 888 Digital Audio Router

VADIS 888 Audio Router VADIS 888 Audio Router

If you think you will like the VADIS routers only for their conventional routing capabilities, think again. VADIS routers are the core of KLOTZ DIGITAL´s audio media and control network and they are the most reliable digital audio engines for routing, processing and format conversion.

VADIS 888 offers a solution for even the most varied user requirements in terms of audio/video and other media.

  • 19" rack mount housing (4RU)
  • Powered by an integrated fan less PSU
  • Expandable with an additional PSU for redundancy
  • Expandable with an additional synchronization module for redundancy
  • 2 mono inputs
  • 21 slots for VADIS plug-in cards
  • Hot-swap function for the exchange of the PSU and the plug-in cards during operation
  • Display and LEDs to indicate states, errors and annoyances concerning the frame, the PSU(s) and the plug-in cards
  • Battery-buffered RAM
  • 8 GPI inputs and outputs
  • Ethernet interface for service and control purposes
  • Connectors for clock signal input/output
  • Connector for AES/EBU sync input
  • 24 bit digital audio
For more information see VADIS 888 technical data.

OCTO-BUS Digital Audio Network

OCTO-BUS digital audio network OCTO-BUS digital audio network

OCTO-BUS is a digital audio network, which carries audio in real-time, control data and power over CAT5 cables.

The synchronous buss protocol allows transmission of up to 8 simultaneous channels of bidirectional digital audio including control data and system monitoring without any audible latency. OCTO-BUS can be confi gured either as a star or as a daisy-chained audio network without the need for routers or hubs.

Using OCTO-BUS the KLOTZ DIGITAL VADIS platform can be expanded by a range of highly innovative products which help to make the installation of studios faster, easier and much more cost-efficient. The extremely versatile OCTO-BUS network architecture is easily expandable, allowing it to grow with the ever-changing needs of modern audio facilities.

Connecting OCTO-BUS input and output boxes
A mix of up to 16 input and output boxes can be daisy-chained to one single CAT5 cable. This single CAT5 cable connects to one of the 4 RJ45 connectors provided on the VADIS OCTO-BUS interface card. OCTO-BUS is a truly bidirectional protocol, enabling any combination of input boxes, output boxes and all other available OCTO-BUS control devices to be arbitrarily connected to CAT5 buss cables.

Once the OCTO-BUS units are connected, the VADIS control software manages the signal distribution. All inputs can be dynamically assigned to any combination of output devices either on the same buss or any number of busses. Additional output devices can be added to provide signal splits and distribution of the same input.

The maximum buss distance between the VADIS frame and the last input or output box is 200m (600ft).

Applications:
  • In studios for connecting MIC or LINE signals
  • On stage as active stage-boxes
  • In the Master Control Room as a studio extension
  • In OB-vans
For more information see OCTO-BUS technical data.

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