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Device Features - Yamaha NY64-D Owner's Manual

Audio interface card
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Device features

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[PRIMARY] and [SECONDARY] connectors
etherCON CAT5 connector that connects the card to a Dante audio network. Uses
an RJ-45 connector.
Supports star and daisy-chain arrangements.
NOTE
• To avoid electromagnetic interference, use shielded twisted-pair (STP) cables that are rated
at CAT5e or higher. Use conductive tape or comparable means to make sure that the metal
parts of the cable plugs are electrically connected to the STP cable shield.
• We recommend using RJ-45 plugs that are compatible with Neutrik etherCON CAT5
connectors. You can also use cables with standard RJ-45 plugs.
• The maximum length of cable that can be used varies depending on the type of cable. When using
CAT5e cables, data can be sent between devices that are connected by up to 100 m of cable.
2
[LINK/ACT] indicators
Flash in green when the corresponding PRIMARY or SECONDARY connector is
sending or receiving data.
3
[1G] indicators
Indicate the connection status of the PRIMARY and SECONDARY connectors. If an
indicator is lit, the corresponding connector is connected to a Gigabit Ethernet
network. If an indicator is not lit, there is a problem with the connection. In this
case, check all network cables and switches. If you cannot resolve the problem,
please contact your nearest Yamaha representative.
4
[SYNC] indicators
Indicate the status of the Dante clock sync.
When the green indicator is lit, the device that this card is installed in is the clock
slave, and the clock is in sync.
When the green indicator is flashing, the device that this card is installed in is the clock master.
When the card is turned on, the green indicator should either light or flash; if the
indicator does not light or flash, an error has occurred.
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