AMPHE-DANTE

AMPHE-DANTE
AMPHE-DANTE
AMPHE-DANTE
Amphe-Dante are Dante™ audio to analogue
audio adapters, each with one RJ45 Dante input,
and one and two (respectively) AX series XLR
analogue outputs in a molded housing.
Amphe-Dante products enable simple connection
of analogue equipment to a Dante network and
can receive audio channels from a Dante network
and provide studio-quality, low-latency audio via
an XLR connector to analogue audio equipment.
Any audio available on the Dante network can
be routed via the XLR outputs to an amplifier,
powered speaker, mixing console, digital signal
processor (DSP), or other analogue audio device.
Amphe-Dante feature high-quality digital-toanalogue converters, and support a range of
sample rates and bit depths. They can provide a
hardware master clock for a Dante network. As
with other Dante products, the freely available
Dante Controller software application is used to
automatically discover and configure AmpheDante devices connected to the Dante network.
Device names, channel labels, signal routing and
other parameters (for example, sample rate and
latency) can be configured via the network using
Dante Controller. A variety of network and clock
synchronisation diagnostic tools are also available
in Dante Controller.
Amphe-Dante products use Power over Ethernet
(PoE). Power can be provided through the Ethernet
cable from a PoE-capable network switch, or from
a separate PoE injector.
Available Software Options (required)
Dante Controller
Dante Controller
Dante Controller is a free software application
that enables you to route audio and configure
devices on a Dante network. As well as automatic
device discovery, one-click signal routing and
user-editable device and channel labels, Dante
Controller provides essential device status
information and powerful real-time network
monitoring, including device-level latency and
clock stability stats, multicast bandwidth usage,
and customized event logging, enabling you to
quickly identify and resolve any potential network
issues.
Dante Via
Dante Via is powerful and easy-to-use
software that delivers unprecedented routing of
computer-based audio, allowing a wide range of
applications and devices to be networked and
interconnected, easily and inexpensively. Dante
Via network-enables locally-connected USB and
Firewire devices, and a huge range of software
applications, allowing you to route computer
-based audio across an existing Dante network,
and create standalone Dante networks without
dedicated Dante hardware.
All software can be purchased and
downloaded at
amphenolaudio.com/products/dante
Dante Virtual Soundcard
Dante Virtual Soundcard turns your computer
into a Dante-powered workstation, seamlessly
integrating your PC or Mac with Dante audio
devices on your network. You can instantly
connect to a Dante network to record, process
and playout using any audio application and any
combination of Dante-enabled devices.
ENTERTAINMENT INTERCONNECT CATALOGUE - Amphenol Australia Pty Ltd Telephone 61 3 8796 8888 Fax 61 3 8796 8801
www.amphenolaudio.com
AMPHE-DANTE
Features:
• Dante® audio input
• One channel or Two channel analogue output
• Durable overmolded housing
• Resilient cable strain relief
• RJ45 metal connectors with integrated LED’s
• AX Series XLR connectors
PRODUCT - FIGURE
DRAWING
Dimensions in mm (inches)
DESCRIPTION
LENGTH
PART NUMBER
Dante® audio to
analogue audio
adapter, 0x1, RJ45
input, 1 channel XLR
output.
500mm
RJD1112-0050
Dante® audio to
analogue audio
adapter, 0x2, RJ45
input, 2 channel XLR
output.
500mm
RJD1212-0050
Example 1 - Connecting analog audio
equipment to a Dante system
Amphe-Dante can be used to easily integrate
traditional analog audio equipment into a networked
Dante system. A large ecosystem of Dante devices is
available, including Dante-enabled mixing consoles,
DSP units and wall plates. In the far left diagram, a
zoned audio system is shown with traditional analog
amplifiers and speakers connected to the Dante
network using Amphe-Dante devices.
Example 2 - Routing local computer audio to
traditional devices over a Dante network
Example 1
Example 2
In combination with Dante Via software, Amphe-Dante
can create simple audio systems using computer
software (e.g. iTunes®, Spotify®, etc) and USB audio
devices (e.g. a microphone). In the adjacent near left
diagram below, a simple background music system
with a microphone input for announcements is shown,
where Amphe-Dante is used to connect networked
audio channels to a pair of traditional analog powered
loudspeakers.
*Amphe-Dante requires power, which can be provided by a PoE (Power over Ethernet) switch port, or a PoE injector.
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ENTERTAINMENT INTERCONNECT CATALOGUE - Amphenol Australia Pty Ltd Telephone 61 3 8796 8888 Fax 61 3 8796 8801
www.amphenolaudio.com
AMPHE-DANTE
SPECIFICATIONS
RJD1112-XXXX*
RJD1212-XXXX*
Input Connector
GENERAL
1 x RJ45 (Ethernet)
Output Connector
1x XLR Male
2x XLR Male
Power Consumption
ELECTRICAL
< 2 Watt
Power over Ethernet (Required)
ANALOG AUDIO
Class 1 802.3af POE PD compliant
Output level (Balanced)
+4dBu @ 12 dB headroom
Output Impedance
150 ohm balanced or 75 ohm unbalanced
Frequency Response
20 Hz to 20 kHz (-/+0.5 dB)
Dynamic Range
> 100 dB
Signal to Noise
> 100 dB
Total Harmonic Distortion
< 0.05% at +4 dBu
Channel Separation
N/A
Channel Matching
DANTE® AUDIO
Number of Channels
> 100 dB
N/A
< 0.25 dB
1 output channel
2 output channels
Sample Rate
44.1 kHz, 48 kHz (default), and 96 kHz
Bit Depth
CLIMATIC
24 bits
Network Speed
100 Mbps
Protection Class
IP41
Operating Temperature
-5ºC to +60ºC (23ºF to +140ºF)
Insertion and Withdrawal Force
MECHANICAL
Weight
≥10N - ≤30N
Single Channel XLR
Two Channel XLR
136g (0.299lb)
192g (0.423lb)
Housing
MATERIALS
PVC 60P Black
*XXXX denotes length
LED STATUS
LEFT LED
RIGHT LED
FUNCTION
LEFT LED
RIGHT LED
COMMENT
Off
OFF
OFF
No Power
Device is booting
Solid GREEN
Solid RED
Slave with sync
Blinking GREEN
Solid GREEN
Normal operation
Clock Master
Blinking GREEN
Blinking GREEN
Normal operation
Any runtime error
Blinking GREEN
Blinking RED
Normal operation
Identify
Alternating RED and GREEN
Alternating RED and GREEN
Blinking for 6 seconds
(cycle every 0.5 seconds)
Failsafe (bootloader)
Blinking RED
Blinking RED
Failsafe, Corrupt Capability
(red in DC)
Upgrade (bootloader)
Blinking ORANGE
Blinking ORANGE
Device is upgrading
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