Orionty Hardware devices


* Ethernet <->(both direct.) S/PDIF soundcard (PC audio-interface)

Main tech. spec. for Ethernet to S/Pdif converter:

Purpose: Digital interface (soundcard for PC)
Digital Inputs: N x S/Pdif and N x AES/EBU (IEC60958), you can connect many different connectors
Digital Outputs: N x S/Pdif and N x AES/EBU (IEC60958)
Analog IN/OUT: - (temporary)
Connection to PC: Ethernet 802.3, forced to 100Mb/s full-duplex only
Currently supported OS: Linux (ALSA)
Chipset: FPGA (for example Xilinx Spartan 3E)
Samplerate: tested up to 192 kHz, now fixed at 192kHz (limited by bandwidth)
Resolution: 24 Bit
Sync: Now it works for Input from input stream and from internal oscillator for output
Power: AC-adapter

Description

This S/Pdif to Ethernet interface may be used to connect to PC in home or professional studio for record (play) Hi-resolution digital audio stream.

We starts a Orionty audio project for recording very high-quality audio. We need an audio interface for resolution not less then 24/192. Main requirements for this device was:
- Stable work at 192 kHz samplerate
- Digital S/Pdif or AES/EBU input, with support samplerate of 192kHz
- External mobile device for outdoor recording with Laptop computer
- Price up to $2000
- Linux drivers
It's amazing, but we tried to search this device for some weeks continuously. Our search was failed, because we couldn't found any soundcard, that has at least 3 of requirement criterions!

Thereby, we forced to open Orionty Hardware project and our specialist worked hard and developed some devices, that fully complain whit requested characteristics. In addition some characteristics exceeded out requirements and some of them have an unlimited potential.

You may open development webpage, and learn technical details or download full documentation and firmware or drivers.

You can proceed to sales page, and buy completed devices or kits for build device by yourself.

* Comfortable wristwatch with binary indication

Details overview:

-Comfortable, ergonomic clock
-Binary indication of time (Hours, Mins/Secs)
-Selectable format - 24h/12h
-2x battery elements power
-AVR Atmel ATMEGA
-Useful setup and control by only two buttons
-Sleep mode of microcontroller

Description

One of our engineers got an idea of binary clock at start of 2000th.

User manual

This clock display time in binary digits.
Upper LED row display an hours.
Down row display min/sec.

Indication:
- In normal mode clock display hours and minutes
- It is possible to show a seconds, by holding "change button"
- Clock sleep automatically, after 30 sec of inactivity, For battery saving
- For exit from sleep mode you may shortly press any button

Time Setup:
- Clock have a two buttons named "set/select" and "change"
- For enter to setup mode you must hold "set/select" button for 3 sec
- Minutes setup will activate first
- You will notice about setup mode by one short flash of minutes row leds
- Use a "change" button for change minutes current minutes
- Indication is flashing in setup mode
- When you finished to setup minutes or if you do not want to change it, press "set/select" button
- When you push "set/select" button in setup mode this will change setup mode
- Next mode is hours setup, that activated also with upper led row short flash
- Setup of hours is same as minutes
- Then push "set/select" button, it will return clock to normal mode
- Exit from setup indicated by double flash of all leds

Download and documents

Download an archive file with schamatic, PCB, photos and docs.

You may open development webpage, and download a source code of AVR Armel ATMEGA15 microcontroller firmware and know additional technical details.

You can proceed to sales page, and buy completed devices or kits for cuild device by yourself.

* Linear summing mixer (for studio mastering)

There is no description now / dev is on early development stage