Signal generator for system-wide use
This central module provides a systemwide test signal, which consists of a sine tone with adjustable level and frequency, a white or pink noise.
NEXUS Logic Control as integrated media control
NEXUS Logic Control can be used to program the simplest to the most complex interactions and automations. Each base unit has a stand-alone logic unit that communicates with the entire NEXUS system. For example, the status of crosspoints can be evaluated or the level of specific signals can be monitored. In combination with other NEXUS boards, certain additional functions are available. Thus, relay inputs can be queried and set with the XRI card.
In conjunction with complex conditions, Logic Control
can trigger virtually any control functions throughout the NEXUS network, such as switching relay contacts, setting crosspoints, setting levels or even controlling mixer functions. This can also be used, for example, to integrate the NEXUS system into comprehensive external disaster systems or to trigger alarms.
Extensive internal and external synchronization options
The NEXUS system can be synchronized and the internal clock can be output via the integrated word clock inputs and outputs. The board can also synchronize the NEXUS system to any digital input. A sync hierarchy can be created so that, in the event of a source failure, an uninterrupted and inaudible fade over to the next sync source.
System state fail-safe memory
All volatile data is immediately stored on a battery-buffered SRAM memory and is retained in the event of a power failure or switch-off. This means that the system boots immediately to the last operating state and is ready for use again within seconds.
Determination of level data for level indication
The level measurement data converge on the XCPU card and can be visualized via the operating program.