It runs on a Linux-based system that provides a user friendly web interface designed to simplify complex AV tasks.
The network controller’s auto-discovery feature scans the network and automatically identifies all MuxLab AV over IP equipment. Users can then easily configure and control these products and their connected devices such as sources and displays through the controller. Users can create video walls, virtual matrixed systems and more.
The network controller can also send RS232 and IR commands to Muxlab AV over IP devices to turn connected AV equipment on and off, such as sources and displays.
The network controller works hand in hand with the MuxControl app, also designed by MuxLab and available for both iOS and Android. This app supports features of the network controller from any smart phone or tablet, while offering additional capabilities to enhance ease of use.
MuxControl also supports configurable virtual handheld remote controls with unique button configurations that enable users to customise their remote controls with button shapes, colors and more, then customise what each button controls, putting creativity and control in the hands of users and integrators.
The network controller can also be managed with MuxLab’s 8-Button IP PoE control panel (model 500816-IP), a wall-mounted device that makes for a tailored installation.
To round out the various options for management, the network controller also supports an API for popular third-party app integration.