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Blonder Tongue Laboratories, Inc. - Sentinel 200
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Model: Sentinel 200
  • Provides DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) services for communication within a private network and satellite receiver
  • Detects and controls satellite receivers on the headend network
  • Ability to create a channel line-up for a headend and keeps satellite receivers tuned to correct channels
  • Provides comprehensive GUI-based monitoring and control via standard web browsers
  • Easy to set up and configure through GUI
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The Sentinel 200 is a custom-designed and manufactured server specifically for use with DISH Network’s ViP211/k and ViP222/k satellite receivers. The Sentinel Server provides for the remote monitoring and control of these headend satellite receivers. The easy-to-use GUI (graphical User Interface) enables the operator to monitor/control up to 32 ViP211/k (singe tuner); 16 ViP 222/k (dual tuner); or a combination of these two supported satellite receivers in a headend environment.
  • Provides DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) services for communication within a private network and satellite receiver
  • Detects and controls satellite receivers on the headend network
  • Ability to create a channel line-up for a headend and keeps satellite receivers tuned to correct channels
  • Provides comprehensive GUI-based monitoring and control via standard web browsers
  • Easy to set up and configure through GUI
  • Small, compact design requires small footprint in work area
  • Ability to issue commands to receivers remotely providing convenience to operator
 
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