Studio Technologies Model 5682-02 1RU ST 2110 to Dante Bridge with 64 Audio Channel Linking - 44.1 or 48 kHz - AES67/DDM

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    M5682-02 - Overview

    The Studio Technologies Model 5682 ST 2110 to Dante Bridge provides a high-performance means of interconnecting ("bridging") SMPTE® ST 2110 audio channels with Dante® audio-over-Ethernet channels. Both the ST 2110 and the Dante interfaces are typically associated with independent local area networks (LANs). The Model 5682 supports this scenario, as well as a single network that carries both ST 2110 and Dante audio signals. The unit is compatible with the SMPTE ST 2110-30 standard for PCM audio signals and the ST 2110-10 standard for signal timing. On the Dante side, the Model 5682 is compatible with the Dante Domain Manager™ (DDM) software application and is complaint with the AES67 interoperability standard. The Model 5682-02 allows up to 64 audio channels. Internal sample rate conversion (SRC) capability provides sample rate, bit-depth, and timing conversion to ensure that audio signal integrity is maintained.

    The suite of ST 2110 standards is finding wide-ranging use in broadcast applications. While also handling video and control signals, the Model 5682 is focused on ST 2110-compliant audio channels and their associated timing parameters. Dante audio-over-Ethernet has found acceptance in broadcast, audio/visual, and general audio applications due to its ease of use, excellent performance, strong interoperability, and wide adoption by many equipment manufacturers. However, interconnecting or bridging ST 2110 audio channels with Dante audio channels can present a challenge. Using the Model 5682 makes this a simple task, only requiring interconnecting standard Ethernet signals and performing a moderate amount of configuration.

    The Model 5682's ST 2110 and Dante interfaces each incorporate three Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) connections. Two GigE ports on each interface are designated for use by the associated ST 2110 or Dante network while the third is reserved for configuration use. The ST 2110 will support redundant streams, following the SMPTE 2022-7 standard. On the unit's Dante interface, a setting performed within the Dante Controller application selects whether the Dante interface will operate in a Switched or Redundant mode. Each Model 5682 audio channel is associated on a one-to-one basis with a channel on each interface. For example, input 1 on the ST 2110 interface is associated with transmitter (output) 1 on the Dante interface. The Model 5682 does not perform any routing or crosspoint functions.

    Front-panel LED indicators, an LCD display, and five pushbutton switches are provided to view and revise selected operating parameters. NMOS, ANEMAN, and JSON configuration support for the unit's ST 2110 interface is provided. The Dante Controller software application, available free of charge from Audinate, is used to configure the unit's Dante network and audio parameters.

    The Model 5682 can be powered by 100-240 V, 50/60 Hz or a source of 12 volts DC. Both can be simultaneously connected to provide redundant power operation. The unit's lightweight enclosure mounts in one space (1RU) of a standard 19-inch equipment rack. Industry-standard connectors are used for the Ethernet, AC mains, and DC power interconnections. The unit is built to professional standards and is intended for continuous, 24-hour operation.

    • Features:

      • SMPTE ST 2110-10, ST 2110-30, and ST 2022-7 support
      • Dante audio-over-Ethernet technology with AES67 and DDM support
      • 64 channels in each direction
      • Integrated Sample-Rate-Conversion (SRC) capability
      • Multiple Gigabit Ethernet interfaces allow redundant streams and Redundant Dante operation
      • AC mains and DC powering
      • Multiple status LEDs and graphics display
      • Lightweight enclosure, single rack-space (1RU) mounting
    • Specifications:

      • Network Audio Technology - ST 2110:
      • Type: SMPTE ST 2110-10:2017 and ST 2110-30:2017; supports conformance level A (48 kHz streams with 1-8 audio channels at packet times of 1 ms) and level B (48 kHz streams with 1-8 audio channels at packet times of 125 us)
      • AMWA NMOS Support: IS-04 Discover & Registration and IS-05 Device Connection Management
      • Redundant Streams: compliant with Level B, SMPTE ST 2022-7:2013 Seamless Protection Switching (8-channel stream at 48 kHz sample rate, packet time 125 us)
      • Synchronization: per SMPTE ST 2110-10, Precision Time Protocol (PTP) IEEE 1588-2008 Version 2; supported profile IEEE 1588:2008
      • Discovery, Control, and Connection Management: includes web user interface, JSON API, NMOS, and Merging Technologies' ANEMAN Audio Network Manager
      • Audio Performance and Transport: Digital
      • Audio Type: pulse-code modulation (PCM)
      • Sampling Rate: 48 kHz
      • Bit Depth: 24
      • Number of Sender (Output) Channels: 64
      • Number of Receiver (Input) Channels: 64

        Network Audio Technology - Dante
      • Type: Dante audio-over-Ethernet
      • AES67-2018 Support: Yes
      • Dante Domain Manager (DDM) Support: Yes
      • Ethernet Interface Configuration: Switched or Redundant
      • Sample Rates: 44.1, 48, 88.2, or 96 kHz
      • Pull-Up/Down Support: Yes
      • Bit Depth: up to 24 bits
      • Number of Transmitter (Output) Channels: 64 (44.1 or 48 kHz sample rates) or 32 (88.2 or 96 kHz sample rates)
      • Number of Receiver (Input) Channels: 64 (44.1 or 48 kHz sample rates) or 32 (88.2 or 96 kHz sample rates)
      • Dante Audio Flows: 32 receiver and 32 transmitter

        Network Interfaces: 3, ST 2110, Dante, and System Management
      • Physical Ethernet Connections, ST 2110: 3; Primary, Secondary, and Control
      • Physical Ethernet Connections, Dante: 2; Primary and Secondary
      • Physical Ethernet Connection, System Management: 1
      • Ethernet Connection Type: 1000BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) per IEEE 802.3ab (10 and 100 Mb/s not supported)
      • Ethernet Connection NIC Status LEDs: one link and one activity for each Ethernet connection

        Audio Performance
      • Type: fully digital paths between ST 2110 and Dante network interfaces (by way of sample-rate-converter (SRC) functions)
      • Dynamic Range: 147 dB at 48 kHz sample rate, 148 at 96 kHz sample rate, A-weighted
      • Distortion (THD+N): -140 dB at 48 kHz sample rate, -143 dB at 96 kHz sample rate, measured at -1 dBFS, 1 kHz
      • Internal Digital Audio Processing: 32 bits
      • Input-to-Output Audio Processing Latency: <500 uSec

        Front-Panel LEDs: 12, dual-color
      • Functions: provides indication of condition of incoming AC and DC power, ST 2110 status, Dante status, and system management interface status

        Back-Panel LEDs: 14
      • Functions: provides status indication of both firmware update functions and six Ethernet interfaces

        Power Sources
      • AC Mains: 100 to 240 V, 50/60 Hz, 8 W maximum
      • DC: 10 to 16 V, 0.6 A max

      • Ethernet: 6, RJ45 jacks
      • USB: 2, Type A receptacles (used only for firmware updating)
      • DC Input: 4-pin male XLR (pin 1 negative, pin 4 positive)
      • AC Mains Input: 3-blade, IEC 320 C14-compatible (mates with IEC 320 C13)

      • Operating Temperature: 32 to 122°F
      • Storage Temperature: -40 to 158°F
      • Humidity: 5 to 95%, non-condensing

      • Dimensions: 19.0 x 1.72 x 8.0 inches
      • Mounting: one space (1RU) in a standard 19-inch rack
      • Weight: 3.3 pounds (1.5 kg)
    • Item Includes:

      • 1x Studio Technologies Model 5682-02 1RU ST 2110 to Dante Bridge with 64 Audio Channel Linking - 44.1 or 48 kHz - AES67/DDM

    M5682-02 - Required Accessories

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