AUDEMAT FM MONITOR (formerly known as GOLDENEAGLE FM) is a powerful and professional solution for FM monitoring at the transmitter site or in the coverage area.The unit sequentially monitors a set list of stations and continuously ensures that your FM network complies with both legislation and your expectations.
The unit includes a complete set of tools which will alert you to any alarms that occur, perform real time analysis including audio and RDS streaming, and also allow you to remotely control your facilities with ScriptEasy and optional GPIO.
ScriptEasy is the revolutionary facility control software developed by WorldCast Systems to give users the power and flexibility to create “Smart” sites; ones that can automatically take action to correct any critical errors that affect operations.
Featuring an intuitive Graphic User Interface (GUI), ScriptEasy incorporates GPIO functions, serial communications, logic operators, live user inputs, timers and more. This allows the site operations to be “scripted”, to allow evaluation of multiple parameters and even automatically engage backup systems, while simultaneously alerting relevant technical personnel.
The WorldCast Manager simplifies the management of all SNMP-enabled devices in a network, providing real-time status, historical data and visualization of multiple devices from a single screen. The intuitive and simple-to-use interface shows all devices located at your site(s) displaying product information, alerting you to any alarms and providing one-click access to the unit’s web-based control interface.
The WorldCast Manager is compatible with all WorldCast Systems’ equipment as well as SNMP devices from ANY manufacturer.
With this method of monitoring we never send out an engineer on a false alarm because we know exactly what’s going on at the transmitter site.
Guy Le Marc, CEO, STIC, Paris, France
|RF Reception||3 independent FM receivers|
|Frequency range||87.50 to 108.00 MHz|
|Number of monitored FM stations||Up to 40|
|Monitored parameters||RF level, RF intruder, MPX Power, Modulation level (MPX) , Audio level (L, R,),|
Stereo presence, Pilot level, Phase opposition, RDS (Sub-carrier level, RDS parameters, RDS content, BER)
|Real-time display||RF Spectrum, MPX Spectrum, MPX Power and peak, RF measurements, RDS content|
|RDS streaming||Codes, AF list, Groups, TMC, RT+, ODA|
|Audio streaming||From 16kbps to 320kbps|
|Audio recording||4 modes: Continuously, on alarm, on demand or scheduled|
|Measurements history||Standard: 1 month with export|
|Event log||Standard: 30.000 events|
|Notification||By SNMP, Email, SMS or Voice message|
|RF input||3 – SMA type (delivered with splitter and BNC adapters)|
|LAN ports||2 – 10/100/1000M Base-T RJ45 ports|
|USB ports||4 – A type (can be used with RS232 or RS485 adapters)|
|Communication Protocols||TCP/IP, UDP, HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, SNMP, NTP, …|
|Serial port||1 – RS232, configurable for console mode, modem or serial communication|
|LED indicators||RUN, HDD, Power, and 4 alarm indicators|
|LCD screen||Alarms, measurements and configuration|
|Remote facility control|
|Advanced scripting capabilities||With ScriptEasy application|
|Customized web pages||MasterView web interface|
|SNMP concentrator||10 devices possible per default (more as option)|
|Monitoring of 3rd party devices||With ScriptEasy drivers (RS232/RS485) or IP|
|Telemetry boards||Optional: relays, status and metering inputs|
|External Dimensions (W / L / H)||483 mm (19’’) x 88.5 (2U) x 345 mm (13 ½“)|
|Weight||≈ 6 kg – 13 ½ lbs|
|Main Power Supply||100-250 VAC / 50-60 Hz|
|Power Consumption||Max: 60 W (with telemetry) @ 230 VAC|
|Optimal Performance Temperatures||+5°C - +45°C|
|Guaranteed Working Temperatures||0°C - +50°C|
|Storage Temperatures||-20°C - +70°C|
|Humidity||10-95% non-condensing relative humidity|
|TF01000||AUDEMAT FM MONITOR - Standard version|
|TF01000-A0||AUDEMAT FM MONITOR with SSD card|
|CD00064||ScriptEasy SNMP – 1 license allows managing 10 additional SNMP devices|
|TF00249-A0||Remote Control Package with 3 telemetry boards (8 relays, 16 status & 8 metering inputs)|