Convention: EIA / TIA – 422 or EIA / TIA – 485
Hardware Standard: IC422/IC485; FCC-RJ45
Maximum Input Level: +18dBu
SNR: 115dB (A-weighted)
THD+N a -1dBFS: >100dB
Maximum Output Level: +18dBu
SNR: 115dB (A-weighted)
THD+N @ -1dBFS: >98dB
Convention: EIA / TIA-485
Number of Data Channels: 4
Data Channel Type: Digital control data
Data Rate: Up to 10 Mbps
Source: ≤ 10Ohm
Hardware standard: 75Ohm / BNC
Data Rate: 44.1 / 48 / 88.2 / 96 / 176.4 / 192 kHz (Depending on used sample rate)
Impedance Input: 1k / 75Ohm software switch
Impedance Output: 75Ohm
Input, Output, Dual: Full bandwidth
Connection: Duplex LC
Data Rate: 2 x 2Gbps
Optical Wave Guide Cable Lengths: Multi-mode fiber 50μm; ≤ 700 m
Single-mode fiber 9μm; 10km (70 km on request)
Number of Power Supplies: 2 (with function check and automatic switch-over)
Type: Switch-mode, universal input
Mains Voltage: 100 – 240VAC; 50 – 60Hz; 25VA-typ; 32VA-peak
19.2 in W x 1.73 in H x 7.87 in D
(483 mm x 44 mm x 200 mm)
6.0 lbs (2.7 kg)
CC – Clear-Com four wire matrix ports with serial
control 4 four wire Clear-Com matrix ports with
line level and RS422 serial inputs and outputs for
Clear-Com key panels, matrices and interfaces.
485 – RTS four wire intercom ports with serial
control 4 four wire RTS matrix ports with line
level and RS485 serial inputs and outputs for
RTS key panels, matrices and interfaces.
444 – Line level inputs and outputs, GPIO and
DC output 4 line level inputs and outputs with
optically isolated general purpose inputs and
relay switched general purpose outputs. Auxiliary
DC outputs to power external circuits.
FXS and FXM are available with these models.
FX – The Optocore Fiber Network Module allows
the converter to be used as a part of a 24 device
• 4 Serial ports
• 2 LAN ports
• 2 SANE/LAN ports
FXS – For use with Single mode fiber optic cables
FXM – For use with Multi-mode fiber optic cables
All PG-Intercom devices allow seamless integration of intercom audio and control data from Clear-Com and RTS/Telex intercom panels, interfaces and matrices. The PG-Intercom devices are available in two different hardware configurations, RS422 for Clear-Com and RS485 for RTS/Telex. The PG8-Intercom devices offer eight RJ45 4-wire intercom ports. The RJ45 ports are duplicated with reverse wiring so that half the ports are wired for connection to intercom panels or interfaces and half the ports are wired for connection to the intercom matrices. The devices can be used as a generic networked audio line level input and output converter. Devices include dual power supplies with automatic switchover.
Redundant fiber connections can be established using the two provided Optocore Optical LINK interfaces. All PG-Audio devices are equipped with either single-mode or multi-mode SFP fiber transceivers. Depending on the selected transceivers, distances from 2300ft (700m) up to 43.5mi (70km) can be covered. The dual redundant ring structure provides maximum safety in a network with low latency. Four RS485 ports allow the transport of a wide range of serial data standards, such as RS422, DMX and MIDI. In addition to the audio signals, video and data signals are transmitted by the fiber connection.
Each PG-Audio panel is equipped with two SANE ports, which enables send and receive of up to 56/64 audio channels via standard CAT5 cable. Use the SANE ports to expand the number of inputs and outputs on ProGrid FX devices. SANE ports can also be used to send Ethernet data. In addition, PG-Audio devices have two separate LAN ports for 100BaseT Ethernet transmission.
Optocore technology uses synchronous transmission, allowing extremely low-jitter Word Clock transportation together with audio and video. All ProGrid devices are equipped with a Word Clock IN and OUT to enable the synchronization of the devices to an external source and are used to pass on the Word Clock from one device to the next. For stand-alone applications, the devices are equipped with an internal Word Clock.