Axia xNode Compact IP - Microphone xNode

Compact 9.5 x 11 second-generation AoIP interface. Noiseless and
fan-free; can be conveniently placed adjacent to your mic clusters,
rack-mounted, or wall-mounted (using one of the accessory kits listed
below). 16-channel xNode provides 4 mic inputs with switchable
Phantom power, with preamp gain adjustable from -74dBu to -
19dBu, and 8 mono or 4 stereo balanced line-level outputs for
headphone or monitor feeds, accessible via easy-to-install RJ-45
connectors or high-density DB-25 ports. Microphone xNode can also
be used as a multiple-input mic preamp and A/D converter, or as the
stage-end of a digital snake. Short-circuit protected outputs are
capable of delivering up to +24 dBu before clipping. Recordingstudio
grade performance specs such as EIN of networks. Redundant power plan auto-switches from internal supply
(on models so equipped) to PoE backup power when needed. Can
also draw primary power directly over Ethernet from switches
compatible with the IEEE 802.1af PoE standard (such as Axia xSwitch,
p/n 2001-00357); perfect for single-cable deployment in tight
locations. Requires one unused 100Base-T Ethernet port for
connection to an Axia network. Auto-sensing power supply, 90VAC to
240VAC, 50 Hz to 60 Hz. 14 Watts. Occupies 1RU when rack-mounted.

List price: € 2 021,73
€ 1 961,08
Art nr: 14136
Brand: Axia
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