The INOmini 635 is a Web-enabled FM receiver for remote signal monitoring. It is essentially a remote-control FM radio with remote audio monitoring capabilities via the Internet. Installed at a transmitter/translator site or any remote location, it streams off-air audio or a wired audio feed back to any computer, tablet or mobile device. The browser interface enables remote tuning, displays audio levels and RDS data, and logs signal parameters. Email, SMS messaging and SNMP protocols are fully supported.
The Station Rotation™ feature permits monitoring of station presets by ‘round robin’ sequencing of up to 30 stations - each with its specific alarm parameters.
- Eric Schecter: KJZZ/KBAQ/Sun Sounds - AZ
- Eric Schecter: KJZZ/KBAQ/Sun Sounds - Phoenix, AZ
- Gordon Heffler - CFEP Radio. Halifax, Nova Scotia, CANADA
- NewBay Media Radio World - January 29, 2016
Extended FM band: 64MHz to 108MHz in 100kHz steps.
≤10uV for 50dB monaural SNR.
±1dB, 30Hz–15kHz; 50μs/75μs de-emphasis.
Active-balanced (XLR) left/right analog inputs; internal jumpering for +4dBu or –10dBu “zero-VU” levels; local and remote switching between off-air and line feeds.
LAN (RJ-45) jack accepts universal TCP/ IP connection to Local Area Network, and via router to the Internet.
12VDC at 140mA (2.1mm x 5.5mm coaxial); inline switchmode power supply included.
An optional rack adapter mounts one, two or three INOmini format units in a standard 19-inch, 1U rack space.
1.6”H x 5.5”W x 5.5”D; 4 lbs. shipping weight.
Continuous operation at ambient temperatures between 32ºF/0ºC and 122ºF/50ºC; 0-95% relative humidity, non-condensing, altitudes to 10,000ft/3,048m.