NA-3 Fohhn-Net Ethernet bridge for integrating Fohhn-Net devices into a local Ethernet-based network. Fohhn-Net devices can be operated from a PC within the same LAN as the NA-3 using Fohhn Audio Soft. Aluminium housing, adapter cable and power adapter.
The NA-3 can be used to control Fohhn-Net devices via a media control with an Ethernet connection. Documentation relating to the required UDP protocol is available in PDF format.
The NA-3 can be connected to a WLAN router or access point to enable wireless operation using Fohhn Audio Soft installed on a laptop.
The Fohhn Control Network (Fohhn-Net).
The remote control devices are extremely user-friendly and give the user complete control over the audio system from acentral location. Individual devices and entire systems can be operated synchronously fromone of several devices, opening up a whole range of different application possibilities.
All Fohhn active speaker systems, DSP amplifiers and DSP controllers are equipped with two Fohhn-Net network interfaces as standard, which can be used to monitor and remotely operate each individual device. If you are using several Fohhn devices, you can easily interlinkand monitor or remotely operate them from a central location.
The Fohhn-Net system is nothing more than a control network, i.e. no audio data is transferred, only control data. Fohhn-Net can operate a maximum of 254 devices simultaneously via cable at distances of up to 1800 m. At live events, you can use any available microphone cables or your multicore and for fixed installations, you can use conventional telephone or network cables. Bus or star networks are also an option here. A circular cabling arrangement will achieve additional redundancy and ensure that the network will function correctly if interrupted atany point. The Fohhn-Net was designed in line with established industrial standards andis very reliable due to a stable transfer protocol and permanent monitoring (continuousfeedback during data transfer).