By leveraging the technology from the Route66 developed by associate company BroaMan, Optocore’s AutoRouter intelligent patchbay brings similar functionality to markets where the Optocore brand has greater recognition.

Optocore AutoRouter The Optocore AutoRouter is designed for audio systems, mainly in installation markets such as theatre, while BroaMan’s Route66 offers further options, such as video routing and software-based fiber stream routing, for wider broadcast and A/V applications.

Compatible with stand-alone Optocore networks and DiGiCo fibre loops, with the same functionality also available for Yamaha TwinLANe cards and AVID AVB network cards, AutoRouter essentially closes the loop automatically between active devices and mobile stage boxes. There is no longer the need to patch cables manually, as the system is always redundant. And without the need for user interaction, this speeds up system layout and configuration for any production.

The device can be equipped with up to 40 duplex LC sockets allowing up to 20 different connections from different locations, devices or device groups.

‘The Optocore AutoRouter automatically creates a redundant star out of ring topology, offering automatic routing of DiGiCo, Yamaha and Avid loops when thus connected,’ says Maciek Janiszewski, who serves as Technical Sales Manager for both companies. ‘It is the extremely close relationship that exists between Optocore and BroaMan – including a sharing of technical resources and expertise – that has enabled this to happen.’

More: www.optocore.com

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