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GLENSOUND DANTE/SFPS SFP MODULE For single-mode fibre

Stock code
95-8986
Brand
Glensound
Model number
  • DANTE/SFPS
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GLENSOUND DANTE INTERFACES - Dark Series

A range of analogue to Dante/AES67 and Dante/AES67 to analogue interfaces from Glensound. These interfaces are designed to be used in broadcast audio and recording studios whereby a reliable and high quality end product is required.

DARK8ADI 8x Analogue/4x AES3 input

Glensound DARK8ADI is an analogue to digital converter designed to connect AES3 and line level analogue audio circuits to a Dante/AES67 audio network. It has four balanced AES3 inputs and eight balanced analogue inputs on the rear panel 3-pin XLR connectors. In total, sixteen audio circuits can be sent to the Dante network from the device, with eight derived from both the AES3 and analogue inputs with the AES3 input being sent to the output when a valid AES3 signal is detected. The other eight channels being sent to the network are always derived from the four AES3 inputs.

The front facing panel of the DARK8ADI has four red LEDs and four green LEDs that illuminate depending on the status of the link – with red indicating no connection, and green indicating a successful connection. There is one 8-way female D-type connector which is an alarm status connection that will report the failure of a link status if one is detected whilst in operation. A mini-USB connection allows the firmware of the DARK8ADI to be updated, along with the blue identify button and reset button.

The rear facing panel also has two standard network data SFP sockets provided to allow redundant network connectivity if using Dante network audio protocol (SFP modules not included). There are also two standard network data RJ45 sockets provided to allow redundant network connectivity if using Dante network audio protocol, with all connections of gigabit type. The status LEDs flash to show when data is being correctly communicated with the attached switch. Also on the rear panel are eight analogue audio inputs that are electronically balanced and accept 0dB line level signals. These analogue inputs can be routed into the AoIP network so long as no valid AES3 input is detected on the equivalent AES3 channel, as AES3 has priority. One AES3 channel carries two audio channels therefore AES3 I/P 1 equals analogue inputs 1 and 2; AES3 I/P 2 equals analogue inputs 3 and 4; AES3 I/P 3 equals analogue inputs 5 and 6; and AES3 I/P 4 equals analogue inputs 7 and 8. The signals can be routed via Dante to anywhere on a network.

There are four balanced AES3 inputs that can accept AES signals up to 192kHz. These AES digital input signals always take priority over analogue inputs to the eight switched AoIP outputs. Therefore sending an input to channel 1 in both digital and analogue domains will result in the digital signal being accepted and the analogue signal being disregarded.

Two IEC mains sockets, primary and secondary accept external AC voltage of 100 – 240 VAC +/-10%. There is a non-accessible internal fuse for this input. DARK8ADI is designed to operate with either primary or secondary mains sources or both for power redundancy.

Maximum analogue input level: +18dB. Input impedance: greater than 20kOhm. Distortion: 0.0013%, at 100Hz; 0.0022%, at 1kHz; 0.00094%, at 10kHz. Noise: -93dB, at line up, A weighted RMS. Dynamic range: 111dB. Input type: Electronically balanced (can be wired unbalanced). Digital AES3 audio frequency response: flat to 22kHz. Maximum input level: 0dBFs. Input impedance: 110 ohm. THD+N: 0.00018%, relative. Noise: greater than -123dB, residual. Input type: Transformer balanced. Dynamic range: greater than 141dB. Input frequency: 16-192kHz, sample rate converted to meet Dante network frequency. Power connections: 2x mains inputs filtered IEC, 100 to 240 VAC 47-63Hz. AC consumption: 15 watts, at 230VAC. Internal mains fuse: 20mm, 1A anti surge. Alarm connector: 9-way D socket. Alarm type: Solid state relay. Dimensions: 1RU x 300mm. Weight: 3kg

Included Items: 1x 2m RJ45 network cable, A4 handbook, 2m IEC cable.

DARK88 MKII 8x8 Line-level

Dark88 MKII is a dedicated, rack-mounting, Dante Ethernet interface, designed for use in demanding broadcast environments. It has eight, balanced inputs and outputs and can be used as a stand-alone interface, or in conjunction with a second, directly linked, Glensound interface as an audio 'snake', or for use as the network-connected or point-to-point interface to Glensound's Dante commentator units.

It has both redundant network cable connection and redundant power supply for extra resilience and has SFP slots providing the option to use multimode or single-mode redundant fibre connections for additional range. It can also provide Power-Over-Ethernet (POE) to the Inferno commentator unit when directly connected to it by Cat5 Ethernet cable.

Dante is a software and hardware solution, offering high-performance audio distribution over standard IP networks, supporting hundreds of simultaneous channels of uncompressed audio with low latency and accurate synchronization. For further information, see Dante Networking Basics. In a Dante network, the Dante Controller web interface controls audio routing. Any Dante input can be routed to any other output on the network, or to multiple network output points.

The four network connections of the Dark88 can be configured as a switch. In this configuration, if the primary and secondary redundant SFP/fibre slots have been used as the network link, the RJ45 connections can be used to loop out to further local DARK units or other Dante devices that will all be shown separately on the network within the Dante Controller configuration utility.

The front panel of the 1U high rack-mounting chassis has two LEDs to indicate power is present from the two internal power supplies and a mini-B USB socket for performing firmware updates in conjunction with 'Reset' and 'Update' buttons. Two SFP slots are provided to take optional primary and secondary SFP fibre interfaces; two Ethercon sockets provide primary and secondary copper Ethernet connections.

The rear panel is extremely crowded, containing eight male and eight female XLR connectors for the eight line-level outputs and eight line-level inputs. Two IEC power inlets feed the redundant power supplies.

Audio inputs: +18dBu maximum, 20k ohms. Audio outputs: +18dBu maximum, 50 ohms. Inputs and outputs are electronically balanced and can be wired unbalanced. Distortion: 0.0022% THD, 1kHz, referred to +8dBu output. Noise: -93dB RMS, A-weighted 'at line up'. Dynamic range: 111dB. Power source: 2x 100 - 240V AC, 47-63Hz, 16W at 230V AC. Dimensions: 442 x 303 x 44mm (wxdxh), 1U rack mounting. Weight: 3kg.

Included accessories: 2x power cables, with UK 13A connectors.
Optional accessories: Dante/SFPS, Dante/SFPM, Dante/SFP1, and Dante/SFP2.

DARK16I 16x analogue input

DARK16I is a 19” 1RU sub-rack that provides sixteen analogue audio inputs to a Dante/AES67 AoIP network. These audio inputs are balanced line level signals and for ease of installation are presented on the rear panel XLRs.

The rear facing panel of the DARK16I provides sixteen audio inputs into the network. Each input is on its own Neutrik 3-pin XLR socket. The inputs are electronically balanced and can be connected to unbalanced outputs if required. Each audio input can be sampled at up to 192k, which is four times the 48k rate used by most broadcasters and double the 96k rate used by lots of professional audio systems. There are two IEC mains sockets, primary and secondary. Both are a standard IEC mains socket that accepts external AC voltage of 100 – 240 VAC +/- 10%. There is a non-accessible internal fuse for this input. DARK16I is designed to operate with either primary or secondary mains sources or both for power redundancy.

The front facing panel of the DARK16I has four red LEDs and four green LEDs that illuminate depending on the status of the link. Red indicates no connection, green indicates a successful connection. For example, if you have connected the DARK16I to two separate PSUs only one of which works then you will have a red ‘fault’ LED illuminate to warn you that there is no power detected on the connection that is not receiving mains power. There is one 8-way female D-type connector which is an alarm status connection that will report the failure of a link status if one is detected whilst in operation. The mini-USB connection allows the firmware of the DARK16I to be updated along with the blue identify button and reset button. Two SFP slots are provided to take optional primary and secondary SFP fibre interfaces for the network connection. Two Ethernet sockets provide primary and secondary copper Ethernet connections.

Analogue frequency response: 20Hz to 22kHz, +/-0.25dB. Full scale: 0dBFs = +18dBu, factory default;
0dBFs = +20dBu; 0dBFs = +24dBu. Input Impedance: greater than or equal to 20kOhms, factory default; 600 Ohms, set by internal link. Distortion: 0.0013%, at 100Hz; 0.0022%, at 1kHz; 0.00094% at 10kHz, Reference to +8dBu output. Noise: -93dB, at line up, A weighted RMS. Inter-channel cross talk: greater than 101dB, at line up with 1kHz Tone. Input type: Electronically balanced (can be wired unbalanced). Network interface: 2x Neutrik RJ45 Ethercon sockets and 2x GBIC SFP module slots. Protocol: Dante and AES67. Audio sample rates: 32 to 192kS/s. Power connections: 2x mains filtered IEC, 100 to 240 VAC 47-63Hz. AC consumption: 18 watts at 230VAC. Internal mains fuse: 20mm, 1A anti surge. Audio connectors: Neutrik 3-pin XLR sockets. Alarm connector: 9-way D-socket. Alarm type: solid state relay. Dimensions: 1RU x 300mm, excluding connectors. Weight: 2.8kg.

Included items: Handbook, 1x 2m CAT5 RJ45 plug/plug cable, 1x 2m IEC socket cable.

DARK16O 16x analogue outputs

DARK16O is a 19-inch, 1U sub-rack that provides sixteen high quality analogue audio outputs from a Dante/AES67 AoIP network. These audio outputs are balanced line level signals and for ease of installation are presented on the rear panel XLRs.

On the front panel of the DARK16O there are four red LEDs and four green LEDs that illuminate depending on the status of the link. Red indicates no connection, green indicates a successful connection. For example, if you have connected the DARK16I to two separate PSUs only one of which works then you will have a red ‘fault’ LED illuminate to warn you that there is no power detected on the connection that is not receiving mains power.

There is one 8-way female D-type connector which is an alarm status connection that will report the failure of a link status if one is detected whilst in operation. The mini-USB connection allows the firmware of the DARK16I to be updated along with the blue identify button and reset button. A mini-B USB socket allows connection to a PC for performing firmware updates, in conjunction with 'Identify' and 'update' buttons. Two SFP slots are provided to take optional primary and secondary SFP fibre interfaces for the network connection. Two Ethernet sockets provide primary and secondary copper Ethernet connections.

The rear panel of the DARK16O has sixteen audio outputs from the network. Each output is on its own Neutrik 3-pin XLR pin plug. The inputs are electronically balanced and can be connected to unbalanced outputs if required. There are two IEC mains sockets, primary and secondary. Both are a standard IEC mains socket that accepts external AC voltage of 100 – 240 VAC +/- 10%. There is a non-accessible internal fuse for this input. DARK16O is designed to operate with either primary or secondary mains sources or both for power redundancy.

Analogue audio frequency response: 20Hz to 22kHz, +/-0.25dB. Maximum output level: +18dBu,+24 option to order. Full scale: 0dBFs = +18dBu, +24dBu option to order. Distortion: 0.0013%, at 100Hz;
0.0022%, at 1kHz; 0.00094% at 10kHz, reference to +8dBu output. Noise: -93dB, at line up, A weighted RMS. Inter-channel cross talk: greater than 101dB, at line up with 1kHz tone. Output type: Electronically balanced, can be wired unbalanced. Network interface: 2x Neutrik RJ45 Ethercon sockets and 2x GBIC SFP module slots. Protocol: Dante and AES67. Audio sample rates: 32 to 192 kS/s. Power connections: 2x mains inputs filtered IEC, 100 to 240 VAC 47-63Hz. AC consumption: 18Watts at 230VAC. Internal mains fuse: 20mm 1A anti surge. Dimensions: 1U x 300mm, excluding connectors. Weight: 2.8kg

Included items: Handbook, 1x 2m CAT5 RJ45 plug/plug cable, and 1x 2m IEC socket cable (UK and EU only).

DARK1616 16x16 line-level and AES

Dark1616 is a dedicated, rack-mounting, Dante Ethernet interface, designed for use in demanding broadcast environments. It has sixteen inputs and outputs, available as analogue balanced inputs and outputs, and also as eight AES inputs and outputs (sixteen digital channels). It can be used as a stand-alone interface into a Dante network, or in conjunction with a second, directly linked Glensound interface, as an audio 'snake', or for use as the network-connected or point-to-point interface to Glensound's Dante commentator units.

It has both redundant network cable connections and redundant power supplies for extra resilience, and has redundant SFP slots, providing the option to use multimode, single-mode or single-core fibre connections for additional range. It is compatible with Glensound DARK series or AoIP44 Dante interfaces when directly connected as a 'snake'.

Dante is a software and hardware solution, offering high-performance audio distribution over standard IP networks, supporting hundreds of simultaneous channels of uncompressed audio with low latency and accurate synchronization. For further information, see Dante Networking Basics. In a Dante network, the Dante Controller web interface controls audio routing. Any Dante input can be routed to any other output on the network, or to multiple network output points.

The four network connections of the Dark1616 can be configured as a switch. In this configuration, if the primary and secondary redundant SFP/fibre slots have been used as the network link, the RJ45 connections can be used to loop out to further local DARK units or other Dante devices that will all be shown separately on the network within the Dante Controller configuration utility.

The front panel of the 1U high, rack-mounting chassis has eight LEDs to indicate the status of the primary and redundant systems. PSU1, PSU2, primary link, and secondary redundant link all have indicators to show either normal or fault mode. A nine-pin, D-sub connector is used to relay any fault information via GPO. This can be used to trigger alarms on other systems in the event of link or power supply failures.

A mini-B USB socket allows connection to a PC for performing firmware updates, in conjunction with 'Identify' and 'Update' buttons. Two SFP slots are provided to take optional primary and secondary SFP fibre interfaces for the network connection. Two Ethercon sockets provide primary and secondary copper Ethernet connections.

The rear panel contains six 25-pin, D-sub connectors. Two of these are for the AES input/outputs, AES 1-4 and AES 6-8. Two are for the analogue inputs, analogue in 1-8 and analogue in 9-16. The final two are for the analogue outputs, analogue out 1-8 and analogue out 9-16. All analogue and AES outputs are always available. On the inputs, any valid AES signal will have priority over the analogue inputs. Two IEC power inlets feed the main and secondary redundant power supplies.

Analogue audio: +18dBu/+18dBu, maximum, input/output, 20k ohms/50 ohms impedance, Distortion: 0.0022% THD at 1kHz, referred to +8dBu output. Noise: -93dB at 'line up', RMS, A-weighted. Dynamic range: 111dB. Inputs and outputs are electronically balanced and can be wired unbalanced. Digital audio: AES3. Response: 'Flat to 22kHz'. Maximum levels: 0dBFs, inputs and outputs, 110 ohms. Distortion: 0.00018% THD+N. Noise: -123dB RMS, A-weighted, residual. Inputs and outputs are transformer balanced. Dynamic range: 141dB. Input frequency: 16 to 192kHz (sample rate converted to meet Dante network frequency). Output frequency: 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 192kHz (output matched Dante network). Power source: 2x AC inputs, 100 - 240V AC, 47-63Hz; 18W at 230V AC. Dimensions: Rack mounting, 1U x 300mm deep excluding connectors. Weight: 3.3kg.

Included accessories: 2x power cables, with UK 13A connectors.
Optional accessories: Dante/SFPS, Dante/SFPM, Dante/SFP1, and Dante/SFP2.

DARK1616M 16x16 mic/line-level and AES

Dark1616M is a dedicated, rack-mounting, Dante Ethernet interface, designed for use in demanding broadcast environments. It has sixteen inputs and outputs available as analogue balanced inputs, which may be selected to microphone, microphone with 48V phantom power and line levels and outputs, and also as eight AES inputs and outputs (sixteen digital channels). It can be used as a stand-alone interface into a Dante network or in conjunction with a second, directly-linked, Glensound interface as an audio 'snake', or used as the network-connected or point-to-point interface to Glensound's Dante commentator units.

It has both redundant network cable connections and redundant power supplies for extra resilience, and has redundant SFP slots, providing the option to use multimode, single-mode or single-core fibre connections for additional range. It is compatible with Glensound DARK series or AoIP44 Dante interfaces when directly connected as a 'snake'. Dante is a software and hardware solution, offering high-performance audio distribution over standard IP networks, supporting hundreds of simultaneous channels of uncompressed audio with low latency and accurate synchronization. For further information, see Dante Networking Basics. In a Dante network, the Dante Controller web interface controls audio routing. Any Dante input can be routed to any other output on the network, or to multiple network output points.

The four network connections of the Dark1616 can be configured as a switch. In this configuration, if the primary and secondary redundant SFP/fibre slots have been used as the network link, the RJ45 connections can be used to loop out to further local DARK units or other Dante devices that will all be shown separately on the network within the Dante Controller configuration utility. The DARK1616M contains a web server, 'allowing remote functionality to an engineer from any PC connected to the network via any web browser'. Remote control of the input switching (microphone/microphone with 48V phantom/line), input gain and microphone on/off is available. Network settings can be configured.

The front panel of the 1U high, rack-mounting chassis has eight LEDs to indicate the status of the DARK1616Ms primary and secondary redundant systems. PSU1, PSU2, primary link, and secondary link all have indicators to show either normal or fault mode. A nine-pin, D-sub connector is used to relay any fault information via GPO. This can be used to trigger alarms on other systems in the event of link or power supply failures.

A mini-B USB socket allows connection to a PC for performing firmware updates, in conjunction with 'Identify' and 'Update' buttons. Two SFP slots are provided to take optional primary and secondary SFP fibre interfaces for the network connection. Two Ethercon sockets provide primary and secondary copper Ethernet connections.

The rear panel contains six 25-pin, D-sub connectors. Two of these are for the AES input/outputs, AES 1-4 and AES 6-8. Two are for the analogue inputs, analogue in 1-8 and analogue in 9-16. The final two are for the analogue outputs, analogue out 1-8 and analogue out 9-16. All analogue and AES outputs are always available. On the inputs, any valid AES signal will have priority over the analogue inputs. Two IEC power inlets feed the main and secondary redundant power supplies.

Microphone level inputs: -67dBu to -15dB dBu, for-24dBFs line up, -61dBu to -7dBu, for -18dBFs line up, 2400 ohms. Input gain resolution: 1dB steps. Response: 40Hz to 22kHz, +/-0.25dB. Distortion: 0.002% THD, 1kHz. Noise: -127dB EIN, 22Hz to 22kHz, terminated 300 ohms. Phantom power: +48 volts. Line level analogue audio: +18dBu/+18dBu, maximum, input/output, 20k ohms/50 ohms impedance, Distortion: 0.0022% THD at 1kHz, referred to +8dBu output. Noise: -93dB at 'line up', RMS, A-weighted. Dynamic range: 111dB. Inputs and outputs are electronically balanced and can be wired unbalanced. Digital audio: AES3. Response: 'Flat to 22kHz'. Maximum levels: 0dBFs, inputs and outputs, 110 ohms. Distortion: 0.00018% THD+N. Noise: -123dB RMS, A-weighted, residual. Inputs and outputs are transformer balanced. Dynamic range: 141dB. Input frequency: 16 to 192kHz (sample rate converted to meet Dante network frequency). Output frequency: 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 192kHz (output matched Dante network). Power source: 2x AC inputs, 100 - 240V AC, 47-63Hz; 18W at 230V AC. Dimensions: Rack mounting, 1U x 300mm deep excluding connectors. Weight: 3.3kg.

Included accessories: 2x power cables, with UK 13A connectors.
Optional accessories: Dante/SFPS, Dante/SFPM, Dante/SFP1, and Dante/SFP2.

DARK1616S 16x16 Dante/AES67 with analogue/AES3 I/O

The DARK1616S is a versatile break in/out box for sending/receiving both analogue and digital (AES3) audio to and from a network utilizing the Dante or AES67 audio over IP (AoIP) protocols. In total there are sixteen channels of audio sent from the DARK1616S into the network. DARK1616S has eight AES3 inputs (16 channels), and sixteen analogue inputs.

If both are connected, the AES3 inputs take priority over the analogue. If an AES3 input is receiving a valid AES3 signal then it will turn off the equivalent analogue input pair and route its output to the network). Simultaneously there are sixteen channels of audio being received from the network by the DARK1616S and those incoming circuits are provided as outputs from the DARK1616S in both AES and analogue.

The AES3 inputs have sample rate converters on them and can accept input frequencies up to 192kHz, the incoming AES circuit is always sample rate converted to match the Dante network frequency. The AES3 outputs have sample rate converters on them and can be locked to the sample frequency of the world clock input or to the Dante network. I/O is presented on D25 sockets using the AES59 standard (Tascam wiring convention).

The world clock input allows an external clock to set the AES3 output frequency. It can also be used to set as the Dante networks preferred master clock. A world clock output is also provided, which is clocked at the same sample rate as Dante network and can be used for locking external equipment to the network sample rates.

DARK 1616S features redundant power supplies and redundant Dante network links with link status GPOs (general purpose outputs (solid state relays)). Both primary and secondary network links are provided with magnetic (copper RJ45) and fibre (SFP) interface connections. The Dante system itself provides a completely transparent redundant link system which means that if the DARK1616S lost its primary link circuit the secondary link would automatically take over with no loss of audio.

The primary and secondary network interfaces are routed internally via a network switch. It is possible to set this switch to work as a traditional network switch instead of the default redundant mode. This means that there would be just one link to the Dante network and the other connections of the switch could have other Dante or network devices connected with each other with no external network hardware. Remote control of system settings, and remote metering information is available using the free Windows 10 app GlenController; see Glensound GlenController software.

The front panel of the DARK1616S has eight LEDs to indicate the status of the primary and redundant systems. PSU1, PSU2, primary link, and secondary redundant link all have indicators to show either normal or fault mode. A nine-pin, D-sub connector is used to relay any fault information via GPO. This can be used to trigger alarms on other systems in the event of network link or power supply failures. A mini-B USB socket allows connection to a PC for performing firmware updates, in conjunction with 'Identify' and 'Update' buttons. Two SFP slots are provided to take optional primary and secondary SFP fibre interfaces for the network connection. Two Ethernet sockets provide primary and secondary copper Ethernet connections.

The rear panel contains six 25-pin, D-sub connectors. Two of these are for the AES input/outputs, AES 1-4 and AES 6-8. Two are for the analogue inputs, analogue in 1-8 and analogue in 9-16. The final two are for the analogue outputs, analogue out 1-8 and analogue out 9-16. All analogue and AES outputs are always available. On the inputs, any valid AES signal will have priority over the analogue inputs. Two IEC power inlets feed the main and secondary redundant power supplies. There are two BNC connectors, one being for the word clock in and the other for word clock out.

Analogue audio frequency response: 20Hz to 22kHz, +/- 0.25dB (input to output). Maximum input level: +18db. Maximum output level: +18dBu. Input impedance: greater than 20kOhm. Output impedance: less than or equal to 50Ohms. Distortion: 0.0013%, at 100Hz; 0.0022%, at 1kHz, 0.00094%, at 10kHz reference to +8dBu output. Noise: -93dB, at line up, A weighted RMS. Inter-channel crosstalk: greater than 101dB, at 0dB, with 1kHz tone; Dynamic range: 111dB. Output type: Electronically balanced (can be wired unbalanced). Input type: Electronically balanced (can be wired unbalanced). Digital AES3 frequency response: flat to 22kHz, input and output. Maximum input level: 0dBFs. Maximum output level: 0dBFs. Input impedance: 110 Ohms. Output impedance: 110 Ohms. THD + N: 0.00018%, relative. Noise: greater than -123dB, residual. Dynamic range: greater than 141dB. Output type: Transformer balanced. Output frequency: 44.1/48/88.2/96/192kHz, frequency matches Word clock or Dante network frequency. Word clock frequency: 44.1 – 192kHz, Word clock type: BNC unbalanced 75 Ohms. Power: 2x filtered IEC 100 to 240VAC. AC consumption: 18watts, at 230 VAC. Internal mains fuse: 20mm, 1A anti surge. Dimensions: 1U x 300mm. Weight: 3.3kg

Included items, Handbook (download is also available), Mains cable UK or EU only, 2 meter RJ45 network cable. GlenController is available by free download.

Optional SFP Modules

Dante/SFPS is a single-mode module and Dante/SFPM is multi-mode. Dante/SFP1 and Dante/SFP2 are for use over distances up to 10km and are WDM (wavelength-division multiplexing) types, a multiplexing technology which can be used to enable bi-directional communication over a single fibre. Dante/SFP1 should be used in a pair with SFP2 Dante breakout boxes: See Glensound Dante interfaces.

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