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Table of Contents
Introduction
Overview
4
4
Appendix A – General Specifications
Ventilation
19
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Key Features
4
SB i16 and SB 8.8 Front Panel
4
XLR Wiring
20
SB i16 and SB 8.8 Rear Panel
4
D-Type Multipin Wiring
20
Status LEDs and User Buttons
5
GPIO
21
Channel LEDs
5
Device Reset
5
Brooklyn Reset
5
Hardware Connections
6
Appendix B - Connector Pin Outs
20
Appendix C –
Performance Specifications
22
Mic/Line Inputs
22
Line Outputs
23
Mains Power Connections
6
Dante Connections
6
Audio Inputs and Outputs
6
General Safety
24
GPIO
6
Installation Notes
24
Power Safety
25
For EU
25
Environmental Declaration
26
RoHS Notice
26
For USA
26
Electromagnetic Compatibility
26
Environmental
26
SSL Network I/O Controller
7
Installing Network I/O Controller
7
Network Configuration - PC
7
Network Configuration - Device
7
The GUI
8
Network View
8
Inputs/Outputs
9
Inputs
9
Focus Window
9
Outputs
10
GPIO
10
Setup
11
Ownership
12
Stagebox and Input Ownership
12
Individual Input Ownership
13
GPO Ownership
13
Gain Compensation
14
Compensated Ports
14
Calibration Point
15
Recalibrate Indication
15
Pad
Appendix D – Safety Notices
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Traditional
16
AutoPad
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Dante Controller
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Network Config
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Device Info
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Introduction
Overview
SB i16 and SB 8.8 are, respectively, 2U, 16 input and 8 input/8 output SuperAnalogue™ Dante
stageboxes, for all high-quality AoIP applications.
SB i16 and SB 8.8 can be controlled remotely from SSL Live and System T consoles as well as from
SSL’s Network I/O Controller app for PC.
SB i16 and 8.8 are ideally suited to studio and stage, featuring redundant power, redundant
ruggedized etherCON Dante connections plus four GPIOs.
Key Features
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Interface between studio/stage/recording area and IP audio networks using Dante and AES67
Redundant PSUs and Dante network connections
8 or 16 SSL SuperAnalogue Studio Grade preamps
GPIO connectivity - embed tallies across the network
Redundant network extension ports
Clear front panel indication - signal present, phantom power, channel attention
Gain-compensated inputs available to Dante network
Device and parameter ownership assignment to avoid control conflicts
AutoPad - automatically adjusts gain and pad settings to accommodate widest possible range
of input signals
Two-speed ball-bearing fan cooling - sufficiently quiet to place on a studio floor
SB i16 and SB 8.8 Front Panel
SB i16 and SB 8.8 Rear Panel
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Status LEDs and User Buttons
Channel LEDs
Device Reset
Performing a device reset will clear the SSL device settings. This includes ownership, input and GPIO
states. This does not clear Dante Brooklyn card settings.
Brooklyn Reset
Resetting the Dante Brooklyn card to default settings is performed from Dante Controller. Under the
‘Device Config’ tab for a device select ‘Clear Config’. This clears the device name, channel labels, IP
address settings, sample rate, latency and existing audio routes. This does not clear SSL Ownership
settings.
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Hardware Connections
Mains Power Connections
SB i16 and SB 8.8 include redundant PSUs with IEC C14 inlets. Either supply
can individually power the unit. Ideally these should be connected to separate
power circuits to provide redundancy of incoming AC power.
Dante Connections
SB i16 and SB 8.8 have two redundant sets of network connections.
In Dante Controller it is possible to set Dante ports to switched mode rather than redundant mode.
While this is possible, there is no need to here as the extension ports provide this functionality
without loss of redundancy.
Never connect Primary and Secondary ports to the same single Dante network.
Audio Inputs and Outputs
Electronically balanced mic/line inputs and line outputs on latching XLR-3
connectors.
See Appendix B for pinout information.
GPIO
4 General Purpose opto-coupled inputs and 4 General Purpose relay outputs
allow embedding and de-embedding of logic signals across the network.
See Appendix B for pinout information.
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SSL Network I/O Controller
Installing Network I/O Controller
When an SB i16 or SB 8.8 is used without an SSL console, configuration and control is achieved
using the SSL Network I/O Controller PC application. This can be downloaded from the SSL website
as part of the Network I/O Stagebox upgrade package or as a standalone installer.
Locate and run the Network I/O Controller installer and follow the on-screen prompts to install the
application.
Network Configuration - PC
Once Network I/O Controller is installed, connect the Windows PC to the same subnet as the
Network I/O. The SSL Network I/O Controller application uses the network adapters configured in
Dante Controller for communication. Before starting Network I/O Controller first open Dante
Controller and select the network adaptors connected to the Dante network. ‘Use shared Dante
interface’ must be selected to ensure all applications using the Dante network use the correct
adaptors. Subsequent changes to network settings may require Network I/O Controller to be
restarted.
TCP/IP is used to communicate with the unit, so check Windows firewall settings if communications
are not working.
Set the computer to ‘Never Sleep’ to maintain communication.
Network Configuration - Device
Unless shipped as part of a preconfigured system, Network I/O units are set to obtain an IP address
automatically.
If the IP settings need to be changed to a fixed address – to match the network environment in
which the unit is to be installed – this can be achieved using the Dante Controller application.
Remember that the computer’s network adapter configuration will also need to be updated to match
the Network I/O.
For additional information see the Dante Controller section.
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The GUI
The application window is divided into six sections:
Network View
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Inputs/Outputs
Select the Inputs or Outputs tab in the Page Select area to view I/O available on the network.
Inputs
Focus Window
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Outputs
GPIO
The SB i16 and SB 8.8 are equipped with 4 GP input and 4 GP output circuits. Inputs are
opto-isolated voltage triggered and output closures are via DIL relay.
See Appendix B for connector pinout and contact ratings.
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Setup
Press Setup in the Page Select area to display the system configuration information.
Stagebox Ownership and Inputs Ownership settings are detailed under Ownership.
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Ownership
Ownership offers a level of protection to inputs: when an input is owned by a console the input
parameters can only be modified by the device that owns it. This prevents control conflicts between
networked consoles and control computers sharing resources. Parameters covered by ownership are:
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Mic gain
Mic/line switching
Pad
Input mute
Audition
Limiter
Note that multiple consoles can share the same input signal but only one device can control the
input parameters. Altering the input settings will affect all consoles using the input.
Any System T console, SSL Live console or instance of the SSL Network I/O Controller PC application
can control ownership. There are three levels of ownership:
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Stagebox ownership: control SB i16 and SB 8.8 setup information only
Input ownership: control input parameters only
Input x ownership: control of input parameters on a per input basis
N.B. Ownership settings are stored on the SB i16 and SB 8.8. The mute state is stored in volatile
memory on the unit and all channels will reset to unmuted if the unit is repowered.
Stagebox and Input Ownership
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Individual Input Ownership
One of three options will be displayed when an input is selected on a device, depending on the
current ownership state. These options are Own, Take and Release:
When an SSL console makes routes from Stagebox inputs, the console will automatically become the
owner of any unowned inputs. If an input is owned by a different controller then routing will not
automatically take ownership, Take ownership will need to be performed if input control is required
on this device. Ownership from Network I/O Controller is manually controlled.
Note that the audio route will still be made regardless of whether ownership is assigned.
GPO Ownership
The four GPO connections also have ownership status. The available ownership states are identical to
those for stagebox inputs.
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Gain Compensation
Each stagebox mic/line input has two transmit channels that can be subscribed to from the Dante
network. Main channels follow the mic gain as set by the controller. Compensated channels nullify
mic gain changes by applying a digital trim offset which is the negative equivalent of any analogue
gain changes. Using Compensated channels ensures that devices receiving signals from the same
stagebox avoid unintended changes to input source levels.
Compensated Ports
When connected to an SSL console or the Network I/O Controller app the main and compensated
channels show as two separate devices.
The compensated output’s level is controlled in the stagebox itself, so any Dante device can receive
the compensated signal, it does not have to be an SSL console. The compensated channels for an SB
8.8 or SB i16 can be found in Dante Controller under the Transmit tab of the Routing Matrix or
Device View, listed immediately after the main channels.
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Calibration Point
The Calibration point is the value at which the analogue gain equals a digital trim value of 0 dB, i.e.
there is no digital trim applied. Digital trim will be applied when the analogue gain level is above or
below the Calibration point.
Recalibrate Indication
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Pad
The SB i16 and SB 8.8 have two pad modes, Traditional and AutoPad. The pad mode is selected
per stagebox (applied to all inputs) from the SETUP tab of the stagebox within Network I/O
Controller.
Traditional
Traditional pad mode is active when AutoPad is deselected. This allows the 20 dB pad to be
inserted/removed manually. Inserting the pad will reduce the input gain by 20 dB. The reduced value
will be shown in the input channel strip and the range of available gain values will be updated to
reflect the pad state. Note that maximum and minimum gain values are dependant on the Operating
Level setting.
Compensated channels will change signal level in accordance with the pad setting on the
associated main channel when in traditional pad mode. If the pad is inserted on a main channel the
signal level of both the main and compensated channel will drop by 20 dB.
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AutoPad
AutoPad provides the entire possible gain range to the operator and silently applies the pad when
the gain range is set to a low value that requires the pad to achieve.
When AutoPad is active the Pad control on the channel is dimmed to show it is no longer available
for user control. If the input gain is set to a low value which requires the pad to achieve then the
Pad icon will be highlighted blue (whilst dimmed) to show that it is active.
It is advisable to check channel gain values after changing the AutoPad setting. Overall gain levels
will be retained but pad states may change.
Compensated channels will retain a constant output signal level when in AutoPad mode,
irrespective of whether the pad has been automatically applied.
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Dante Controller
Refer to Audinate’s Dante Controller user guide for complete information on Dante Controller
software. The information below details the basics required to get started.
Clock sync, device naming, AES67 configuration and network management are all done within Dante
Controller.
Dante utilises the device name for routing. Each device must have a unique name – if a name is
duplicated it will be appended with a number.
Network Config
Each device requires its own unique IP address. This may be automatically configured, provided by a
DHCP server or assigned manually. The primary and secondary ports must not be connected to the
same logical network. Ideally, separate switching hardware should be provided for primary and
secondary networks. Creating VLANs on shared hardware is acceptable but does not provide the
most robust redundancy.
Device Info
The Device Info tab shows an overview of all devices on the Dante network including name,
product type, software version, IP address, link speed and status.
Device > Device View provides configuration and diagnostics for each device including Tx and Rx
subscription and signal status, software and firmware version information, network utilisation and
real-time latency measurement, as well as configuration of device name, sample rate, bit depth,
latency, IP address and AES67 parameters. The Network Config tab provides IP address
configuration options.
The device will resolve to a link-local address if it is set to obtain an IP address automatically and no
DHCP server is present. To access via link-local, set your computer to obtain an IP address
automatically, directly connect to the device’s primary port and wait for the link-local addresses to
resolve. Link-local addresses for the Primary Dante interfaces obtain IP addresses in the
169.254.xxx.xxx range, secondary Dante interfaces obtain addresses in the 172.31.xxx.xxx range.
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Appendices
Appendix A – General Specifications
The following specifications are the same for both the SB i16 and SB 8.8.
Parameter
Value
Notes
Depth
300 mm ( 12")
Height
88.5 mm ( 3.5")
2 RU
Width
438 mm ( 17.25")
482 mm ( 19")
Excluding rack ears
Including rack ears
Weight
7.0 kg ( 15.4 lb)
Boxed Size
575 x 510 x 280 mm
( 22.5 x 20 x 11")
Boxed Weight
8.5 kg ( 18.7 lb)
Power
< 100 W
Acoustic Noise
NR20
Operating Temperature
+5°C to 40°C
Storage Temperature
-20°C to 50°C
Measured 1m from the front of the unit at the lowest
fan speed. This speed will be active when the unit is
within operating temperature limits.
Ventilation
Ventilation is from the rear of the unit.
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Appendix B - Connector Pin Outs
XLR Wiring
Dimensions:
Cable Diameter:
19 x 60mm (approx.)
8-12mm (typical)
Pinout for balanced audio:
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Screen/Ground
Hot (+ve)
Cold (-ve)
D-Type Multipin Wiring
25-way
Dimensions:
Cable Diameter:
Screwlock thread:
55 x 15mm (approx.)
8mm (typical)
440-UNC
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GPIO
GP Outputs
All output switch closures are via DIL relay.
DO NOT use these outputs to directly switch capacitive or reactive loads; always use a separate
external relay with suitable contact rating.
DIL Relay Ratings:
• 100V DC, 125V AC
• 100mA max.
GP Inputs
Inputs are triggered by applying an AC or DC voltage of between 4V and 24V. The current drawn is
approximately 10mA. Minimum input pulse duration 50mS.
GP Inputs / Outputs
Connector Type:
25-way D-type male
Pin
Description
Notes:
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
See input requirements above
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
1A
1B
2A
2B
3A
3B
4A
4B
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
+12V Output
Chassis
Output
1A
Output
1B
Output
2A
Output
2B
Output
3A
Output
3B
Output
4A
Output
4B
0.5A max (both pins), Linked to pin 13
Reference for 12V output
See contact ra ngs above
+12V Output
As pin 7
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Appendix C – Performance Specifications
Mic/Line Inputs
Parameter
Value
Notes
Gain Range
+5 to 79 dB
0 dBFS, MDAC continuous gain
Maximum Input Level
+28 dBu
Pad inserted
± 0.25 dB
Mic mode, 20 Hz – 20 kHz (@48kHz)
-0.5 dBu signal level
< -123 dB
Mic mode, 70 dB gain, A-weighted filter,
22 kHz bandwidth.
> 114 dB
Mic mode, 0 dBFS, A-weighted filter,
22 kHz bandwidth.
Input Impedance
1.5 kΩ / 14 kΩ
Mic / Line. Selectable per channel
CMRR
>
>
>
>
Crosstalk
< -85 dB
typically < -95 dB 20 Hz – 20 kHz
Frequency Response
Equivalent Input Noise
Usable Dynamic Range
THD+N
Phantom Power (Mic
Input)
55
65
80
90
dB (typically
dB)
dB (typically Mic mode, 50 Hz – 20 kHz, 0 dBu
dB)
Mic mode, 1 kHz, 0 dBu
< 0.005 %
< 0.0015 %
Mic mode, 20 Hz – 20 kHz, -6 dBu, 22 kHz
bandwidth
Mic mode, 1 kHz, -6 dBu, 22 kHz
bandwidth
+48 V ±4 V
10 mA
Selectable per channel
Pad (Mic Input)
20 dB
Selectable per channel
Operating Levels
+24, +22, +20,
+18, +15 dBu
Sample Rates
48 or 96 kHz
Resolution
24 bit
Group Delay
39 samples
Analogue to Dante module
Measurement Parameters
Sample Rate:
Operating Level:
Mic input termination:
Mic Mode Gain:
Reference frequency:
48 kHz
+24 dBu = 0 dBFS
150Ω
24 dB (unless stated otherwise)
1 kHz (unless stated otherwise)
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Line Outputs
Parameter
Value
Notes
Maximum Output Level
+24 dBu
600 Ω / 10 kΩ load
Output Impedance
< 50 Ω
Frequency Response
Usable Dynamic Range
± 0.2 dB
- 0.5 dB
-0.5 dBFS, 20 Hz – 15 kHz
At 20 kHz
> 113 dB
0 dBFS, A-weighted filter, 22 kHz bandwidth
Typically >117 dB.
Crosstalk
< -90 dB
typically < -100 dB 20 Hz – 20 kHz, 0 dBFS
THD+N
< 0.004 %
< 0.004 %
20 Hz – 20 kHz, -10 dBFS, 22 kHz bandwidth
1 kHz, 0 dBFS to -20 dBFS, 22 kHz bandwidth
> 40 dB
20 Hz – 20 kHz
Typically > 50 dB
Output Symmetry
Operating Levels
+24, +22, +20,
+18, +15 dBu
Sample Rates
48 or 96 kHz
Resolution
24 bit
Group Delay
31 samples
Analogue to Dante module
Measurement Parameters
Sample Rate:
48 kHz
Operating Level:
+24 dBu = 0 dBFS
Reference frequency:
1 kHz (unless stated otherwise)
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Appendix D – Safety Notices
General Safety
1.
Please read and keep this document.
2.
Adhere to all warnings and follow instructions.
3.
This electrical equipment should not be used near water.
4.
Cleaning should only be with dry cloths or products compatible with electrical devices –
never when the unit is powered.
5.
Keep the unit free of dust and use in a clean environment.
6.
Do not use near any heat source or in direct sunlight.
7.
Do not use near naked flames.
8.
Do not place heavy objects on the unit.
9.
Only use attachments/accessories recommended by the manufacturer.
10.
Unplug the device during lightning storms or long periods of nonuse.
11.
The unit can only be serviced by qualified personnel – Seek immediate service if:
I.
The unit has been exposed to moisture
II.
The unit has been dropped
III.
The unit does not operate normally
12.
Do NOT modify this unit – alterations may affect performance, safety and/or international
compliance standards.
13.
SSL does not accept liability for damage caused by maintenance, repair or modification by
unauthorised personnel.
Installation Notes
1.
When installing this apparatus either fix it into a standard 19” rack or place the apparatus
on a secure level surface.
2.
When this apparatus is rack mounted, fit all rack screws. Rack shelves are recommended
for this apparatus.
3.
Allow a 1U gap above and below this apparatus for cooling.
4.
Do not obstruct any ventilation cut-outs or exhaust fans.
5.
Ensure that no strain is placed on any cables connected to this apparatus. Ensure that all
such cables are not placed where they can be stepped on, pulled or tripped over.
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Power Safety
1.
The unit is not supplied with a mains lead allowing you to use IEC distribution of mains
cables of your choice. Any mains cable used must fulfill the following:
I.
Refer to the ratings label on the rear of the unit and always use suitable mains
cords.
II.
The unit should ALWAYS be earthed with the earth on both the IEC sockets (when
both are used).
III.
Please use - compliant 60320 C13 TYPE SOCKET. When connecting to supply outlets
ensure that appropriate sized conductors and plugs are used to suit local electrical
requirements.
IV.
Maximum cord length should be 4.5m (15’).
V.
The cord should bear the approval mark of the country in which it is to be used.
2.
The appliance coupler is used as the disconnect device, ensure that it is connected to an
unobstructed wall outlet.
3.
The unit is designed for connection to single phase supplies only.
4.
The clear markings regarding redundant power supplies detailed on the unit must be
transferred into the installation to ensure both power sources are removed before qualified
personnel service the unit.
GB
The apparatus shall be connected to mains socket outlets with a protective earthing
connection
DEN
Apparatets stikprop skal tilsluttes en stikkontakt med jord, som giver forbindelse til
stikproppens jord
FIN
Laite on liitettävä suojamaadoituskoskettimilla va rustettuumpistorasiaan
NOR
Apparatet må tikoples jordet stikkontakt
SWE
Apparaten skall anslutas till jordat uttag
ATTENTION! This equipment must be Earthed. Refer to manual for installation
instructions.
CAUTION! Disconnect all power sources before removing any panel(s). No
user-serviceable parts inside – to be serviced only by qualified personnel.
WARNING! Un-Earthed metal parts may be present inside enclosure. Check for
hazardous voltages before touching.
For protection against risk of fire – replace only with same type / rating of fuse. Do
not expose to rain or moisture.
For EU
The stagebox is CE compliant and fully conforms with the current protection requirements
of the European community council directives on EMC and LVD. Note that any cables
supplied with SSL equipment may be fitted with ferrite rings at each end. This is to comply
with the current regulations and these ferrites should not be removed. Any modifications
to this equipment may adversely affect the CE compliance of this product.
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Environmental Declaration
The symbol shown here, which is on the product or its packaging, indicates that this
product must not be disposed of with other waste. Instead, it is the user’s responsibility to
dispose of their waste using a designated collection point for recycling of waste electrical
and electronic equipment. The separate collection and recycling of your waste equipment
at the time of disposal will help to conserve natural resources and ensure that it is
recycled in a manner that protects human health and the environment. For more
information about where you can dispose of your waste equipment for recycling, please contact your
local city office, your household waste disposal service or where you purchased the product.
RoHS Notice
Solid State Logic has conformed and this product has conformed to European Union’s Directive
2011/65/EU on Restrictions of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) as well as the following sections of
California law which refer to RoHS, namely sections 25214.10, 25214.10.2, and 58012, Health and
Safety Code; Section 42475.2, Public Resources Code.
For USA
To the User:
1. Do not modify this unit! This product, when installed as indicated in the instructions
contained in the installation manual, meets FCC requirements.
2. Important: This product satisfies FCC regulations when high quality shielded cables are used
to connect with other equipment. Failure to use high quality shielded cables or to follow the
installation instructions may cause magnetic interference with appliances such as radios and
televisions and will void your FCC authorisation to use this product in the USA.
3. Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a
commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential
area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct
the interference at his own expense.
Electromagnetic Compatibility
EN55103-1:2009, EN55103-2:2009 Environments E1, E2, E3 and E4
Typical average initial in-rush current: 1.2 A, 5 sec in-rush current: 0.8 A
The audio input/output and network ports are screened-cable ports and any connections to them
should be made using braid-screened cable and metal connector shells in order to provide a low
impedance connection between the cable screen and the stagebox. All network connections should
be of Cat5e standard or above.
Environmental
Temperature
Vibration
Shock
Operating: +5 to 40 deg. C
Operating: < 0.2 G (5–200 Hz)
Operating: < 3 G (11 ms max.)
Storage:
-20 to 50 deg. C
Non-operating: < 0.4 G (5–200 Hz)
Non-operating: < 10 G (11 ms max.)
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