Audemat Scripteasy V2 Adds SNMP Get/Set Management


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Miami - May 27, 2008 - Scripteasy V2 from Audemat now includes SNMP Get/Set commands capabilities enabling virtually any broadcast equipment using the SNMP protocol to be monitored and controlled via TCP/IP. Get and Set commands appear via two new icons that Audemat added in the Graphic Script Designer module that behave as virtual digital inputs and relay outputs. These commands can be connected with other more traditional inputs and outputs for automatic actions or alarms sending. They send queries and get answers that are compared with normal operating conditions, or set values in the connected equipment.

More innovation resides in the fact that Scripteasy V2 software will be soon available and as standard software with about 10 Audemat products. All Audemat equipment that includes Scripteasy will be compatible with the Audemat Broadcast Manager management software for centralized management and monitoring. These units are also able to talk to each other as well as interact with other broadcast equipment or devices in the same IP network.




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