Sirius 800 Multiviewer by SAM
SAM introduces a fully featured integrated multiviewer for the Sirius 800 router series.
With each screen offering a view of an enterprise monitoring system with video, SAM’s (Snell Advanced Media) MV-800 Sirius Integrated Multiviewer features 48 Inputs/32+ outputs, 4-12 Direct connected screens, 20+ IP connected screens, 4K Output screen support, and 4K UHD Source support.
The multiviewer provides streamed and SDI displays with audio metering, UMD and tally lamp support, monitoring and alarming from video, and audio and metadata. It also provides the ability to display any streamed source in any position on all screens, system wide monitoring to display web pages, on screen statuses, and alarms from external devices.
Lastly, the control integration permits the monitoring of external devices with configurable on screen alarms, control and acknowledgement of alarms from hardware and soft panels, SAM and third party tally protocols, and hardware and soft panel control.
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