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Native processing

Native processing

Native processing

The MIMO4040DN has been designed for centralised, distributed or hybrid fixed installations over long distances

Ecler has unveiled its MIMO4040DN, a digital matrix with native processing of 40 inputs and 40 outputs (eight analogue inputs, eight analogue outputs, 32 Dante inputs and 32 Dante outputs). Also included are eight GPI ports, eight GPO ports, two Dante interfaces (primary and secondary) and one Ethernet programming and control interface (EclerNet, UCP, TP-Net and WPNET series control panels).

Incorporating audio-over-IP technology, the matrix allows signal transmission using a local Ethernet network and features accessories from the manufacturer’s WPNET Series, connected by an Ethernet interface and compatible with a PoE DC supply. The MIMO4040DN is also capable of executing EclerNet projects embedded into its processor and electronics engine, acting as a UCP (User Control Panels) server within an EclerNet devices network.

The matrix has been designed for centralised, distributed or hybrid fixed installations over long distances and for integrated digital audio and control solutions using Ethernet networks. BGM, paging and PA management are also suitable applications. The unit measures 482.6mm x 44mm x 266.5mm and weighs 3.25kg.

The manufacturer has also updated its EclerNet Manager to v5.00r5 to include support for the MIMO4040DN matrix, the WPNET4KV, WPNET8K and WPNETEX digital remote wall panels and the eMPAGE paging console.

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