The Q-SYS QIO-IR1x4 expands your Q-SYS system’s capabilities to enable streamlined interoperability with non-networked control devices via IR connectivity. By separating local I/O from processing hardware, the QIO Series offer modular and easily scalable network I/O to support your desired topology.
Features & Benefits
- The first native network IR connectivity solution for Q-SYS
- One (1) IR receiver input and four (4) IR emitter outputs
- Power over Ethernet (PoE) capable
- Daisy-chain up to four QIO expanders on a single network run (with local daisy-chained DC power)
- Simple drag-and-drop integration and comprehensive management via Q-SYS Designer Software and Q-SYS Reflect Enterprise Manager
- Surface- or rack-mountable (1RU, quarter width)
- Includes surface mounting hardware
- The first native IR connectivity solution for Q-SYS
The QIO-IR1x4 allows you to provide your Q-SYS system with greater flexibility to deploy IR control connectivity where it’s most convenient. The QIO-IR1x4 features one (1) IR receiver input and four (4) IR emitter outputs, enabling Q-SYS control for a broad range of professional/consumer devices including video displays, media players and more. Additionally, each of the QIO Series I/O expanders features a compact form factor that can be rack- or surface-mounted.
- Expanded I/O customization
QIO Series is intended to present a simpler way to add network I/O connectivity to Q-SYS systems, decoupling the physical location of the I/O from processing hardware to support distributed or centralized processing architectures. Additionally, QIO Series lets you customize your I/O configuration, and compliments the strengths of newer Q-SYS Core models that were designed with fewer onboard I/O options (Core Nano, Core 8 Flex, or NV-32-H (Core Capable)).
- Simplicity & scalability
Daisy-chain up to four of the QIO Series devices on a single network run (with local daisy-chained DC power) to consume fewer network ports, avoid rack clutter, and allow for quicker future expansion without pulling additional network cables. Alternatively, QIO Series are also PoE-capable, providing simple single cable connectivity (when devices aren’t daisy-chained).
- Designed for Q-SYS
The QIO Series deliver native network I/O customization to Q-SYS, a cloud-manageable audio, video and control platform, built to deliver scalable, flexible AV solutions into the future. Learn more about Q-SYS.
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|IR/Serial Output Ports|
|IR output or RS-232 (transmit only)||Four (4) configurable ports|
|IR||Configurable carrier frequency and drive strength|
|RS232||Configurable baud rate|
|LED indicators||IR transmit activity|
|IR Input Ports|
|IR Input Ports||One (1) port, bandwidth TBD|
|External power supply||24 VDC nominal, 2.5 A on Euro connector with second connector for daisy-chaining (QIO-PSU power supply sold separately)|
|LAN (PoE)||Gigabit LAN connection for Q-LAN, PoE|
|PoE specification||Conforms to IEEE 802.3af Type 1|
|LAN (Thru)||Ethernet daisy-chaining|
|Dimensions||5.5 x 4.25 x 1.59 in (139.7 x 108 x 40.4 mm)|
|Weight||1.18 lb (0.54 kg)|
|Mounting options||Surface- and wall-mountable (hardware included) |
Rack-mountable; 1RU, quarter-rack width (QIO-RMK rack kit sold separately)
|Ambient operating temperature range||0°C to +50°C|
|Humidity||0%-85% through 30°C non-condensing|
|Storage temperature||-20°C to +70°C|
|Compliance||FCC 47 CFR Part 15, IC ICES-003, CE (EN55032, EN55035), EU RoHS directive 2011/65/EU, WEEE directive 2012/19/EU, China RoHS directive GB/T26572, EAC, UL, C-UL, NOM-019|
All specifications are subject to change without notice.