Extended Switching (Draco tera tool): Bundle 1 contains the Extended Switching function. By activating this function you can switch any console to any available CPU according to the existing access rights.
Presets (Draco tera tool): In addition, Bundle 1 contains the presets function. This service allows you to save and activate completely predefined matrix switchings at the push of a button.
Option Bundle 2 (Part No. 480-B2):
API Service: Bundle 2 contains all Bundle 1 features plus API (Application Programming Interface) Service for external media control to enable external switching of the matrix.
External control can be done by serial commands via serial (RS232) or network (TCP/IP) connection.
Option Bundle 3 (Part No. 480-B3):
SNMP: This bundle enables controlling of all function critical and safety critical parts of the matrix.
When using the SNMP function the matrix status can be monitored at any time.
In case of failures SNMP will output alerts, e. g. via e-mail, if you are using a SNMP server with monitoring function.
By using the SNMP function you definitely stop wasting time for fault tracing.
Syslog: This bundle supplies an overall protocol function. It offers complete logging of the Draco tera matrix regarding activities, switching operations and the surveillance of function critical components like fans or power supply.
Syslog monitoring can easily be filtered, allowing quick and target-oriented searching of relevant messages out of a number of logged activities.
Option Bundle 4 (Part No. 480-B4):
Matrix Grid (dynamic cascading): This bundle supports the realization of applications exceeding the number of available ports. You can easily extend the system by connecting different Draco tera matrices bi-directionally.
Option Bundle 5 (Part No. 480-B5):
Multi-Screen Control: Bundle 5 contains Multi-Screen Control. This function supplies access to up to 4 connected sources from one single console, consisting of keyboard and mouse. You can easily address and operate the sources by mouse movements or keyboard commands.
The monitors can be arranged in sequence or as a square.
Switching is done smoothly by crossing the mouse pointer beyond the respective monitor to the next one.
It is also possible to display multi-head sources, simultaneously, using simple hotkey commands.