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System Management and Control

DisplayNet Server™

DisplayNet Server DNS-200

System Management is Simple, Fast, and Powerful.

DisplayNet Server™ provides the interface layer required to control and manage the entire DisplayNet system. It is both a web server supporting the use DisplayNet Manager™ software as well as an API server supporting the use of third-party control devices.

The server is a rack-mountable PC running the DisplayNet API service, enabling clients with a network connection to the server to control the system. Using DisplayNet Server™ (model no. DNS-200), systems can be managed using a number of control methods, which enables the technology to be seamlessly integrated into a variety of workflows.

DisplayNet Server™ provides a central interface between the control equipment/software and the DisplayNet endpoint devices; therefore, it should be included with every DisplayNet system.

DisplayNet Manager™

Web-based Control from Anywhere in the Enterprise.

DisplayNet Manager is a web browser-based sofware application that control and configures DisplayNet endpoint devices, Video Walls, MultiViewer Displays, and overall systems. It provides a host of powerful control features, as well as tools to facilitate the use of third party controllers that enable DisplayNet to be easily integrated into a wide range of professional AV applications. DisplayNet Manager makes the system integration process easier, faster, and more efficient.

DisplayNet API™

DisplayNet API Code

Integrate DisplayNet with Any Third-Party Control System.

While DisplayNet Manager™ provides a graphically intuitive method of controlling DisplayNet systems, it is possible to use the DisplayNet API Command Set to interface directly with third-party controllers. For instance, DisplayNet API commands may be loaded into a third-party controller device and issued via Telnet to the DisplayNet Server™, which then distributes the commands to the overall DisplayNet system and enpoints. This approach allows DisplayNet systems to easily be integrated into existing control systems and workflows.

System Management Diagram

DisplayNet System Management Diagram