Biamp announces Dante wall plates for Tesira

Biamp Systems has worked with Attero Tech to offer Dante wall plates specifically for its Tesira platform.

The plates enable audio connectivity and control, as well as individual device monitoring, and are available in three models with differing inputs.

Tesira 3.4 software allows customers to control specific wall plate elements, such as audio input signal types, mute state, volume level, invert state and source selection. The platform also features a locate function, which enables programmers or IT personnel to identify the location of a specific wall plate within the software.

The software can also act as a single point of connection for third-party control systems using Biamp’s control API, Tesira Text Protocol (TTP).

Tesira 3.4 also monitors the communication connection to each individual device, and a fault is triggered if communication from a device drops for any reason. A fault message will identify the specific wall plate in the device logs, in the software’s fault reporting window, and on the front panel of Tesira server-class devices. Faults will clear automatically once the connection issue is resolved.

The wall plates are available in three models, identified with a “-B” at the end of each part number. The unDX2IO+ model features two XLR inputs, two XLR outputs, and two line inputs; the unDX4I includes four XLR inputs and two line outputs; and the unDX6IO boasts two XLR inputs, two RCA or 3.5mm inputs, two 3.5mm outputs, and two line outputs. Each model is available in either a black or white finish.

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