The VIM-1032 is similar to the VIM-1832, except it contains no inputs (returns) AND no clock. This device is normally used for achieving an optical "Split" on a Series 32 fiber optic audio transport system. The VIM-1032 is normally used in connection with the VIS-1832 or VIS-4832. This device contains 32 analog line level AND 32 AES digital outputs. The VIM-1032 is supplied with a single receive LC fiber connector (other connector types possible). It also contains a single LC fiber "thru" connector (transmit only) allowing all data coming into the device to be output on fiber and transported to another location. The VIM-1032 can operate at 48k or 96k. The clock rate is determined automatically and operate at the same rate as the VIM-1832 or VIM-MY32M in the system. The VIM-1032 must be connected to a system containing a VIM-1832 or VIM-MY32M YGDAI card which provide clock to the system. There are "sync" status LED's on the front and rear of the unit. These LED's will be solid green when in sync, flashing red and green while looking for sync, and solid red when no sync is present.
The "control" connection is a TTL data port which appears on an EtherConr connector. It allows LightViper accessory devices such as the DMX4 (DMX lighting control) or MD3 (RS422/232/MIDI) to be connected to the unit. The EtherCon output of the DMX4 or RJ45 on the MD-3 is input to the VIS-1832 via the "control" EtherCon connector, combined with the audio input data, and transported via fiber to the VIM-1832 & VIM-1032. This data is then output from the "control" EtherCon connector on the VIM-1832 & VIM-1032 and input into a DMX or MD-3 where the TTL data is translated back into the original format. TTL data can only be output from the VIM-1032 as there are no audio inputs (returns) on the VIM-1032. AC power is via a standard IEC connector. The unit can operate at any voltage 50-60Hz, 90-250v AC.