Yamaha Switches with Dante Optimization and Network Visibility
Complex network switch setup that was previously better left to an IT technician can now be easily accomplished by anyone. A simple switch setting is all it takes to optimize SWP1 series network switches for Dante operation, and a dedicated computer application called Yamaha LAN Monitor provides “network visibility” for comprehensive monitoring and control.
Yamaha first entered the network device business in 1995, and has grown to hold a significant share of Japan’s small to medium enterprise and SOHO network market. Yamaha gigabit L2 switches that could be linked to Yamaha routers/firewalls were introduced in 2011, with features that significantly reduced the network setup, maintenance, and management workload.
20 years later audio networking has become one of the fastest growing, most highly valued technologies in the live sound and pro audio fields. An expanding range of Dante capable Yamaha products, including the highly regarded CL series digital mixing consoles, continues to lead the way. SWP1 series network switches are a solution the pro audio market has been waiting for, offering an ideal balance of IT and pro audio know-how that only Yamaha can provide.
The SWP1 series makes audio network setup, monitoring, and operation easier and more convenient than ever before.
The SWP1 series L2 switch is ideal for Dante network systems. It features eight etherCON ports and option slots for two more ports as needed.
etherCON Connectors: 4 front / 4 rear
Optional optical module slot: 2 front
Power consumption: 11W
Dimensions (WxHxD): 480 x 44 x 362mm (18.9" x 1.7" x 14.2")
Net Weight: 4.2 kg (9.3 lbs)