Utah Scientific Announces Router Control Apps for Mobile Devices
Works from iPad and Android tablets
April 2, 2013
SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Scientific announced mobile router control
apps for the iPad and Android tablets. The new apps give users yet another
control solution for their Utah Scientific routing systems.
The apps connect directly to
the system controller and automatically download router configuration, labels,
and status for quick operation wherever a Wi-Fi connection to the controller is
available. Like all Utah Scientific control panels, the apps’ panel layout,
button assignments, button colors, and even button icons are user-configurable
for creating virtual control panels to suit specific applications or locations.
Using the RCP-3a Ethernet protocol, the apps
connect to a router controller to download the router’s source and destination
lists, then place the sources and destinations on buttons on the GUI. The apps
will work with any single-level router up to 144 x 144 in size as long as the
system controller is able to support RCP-3a communications (“E” model
Utah Scientific will demonstrate the new router
control apps at the 2013 NAB Show in booth No. N4607.