TV Control via Enplug and Mersive Solstice Pods

TV control typically requires external hardware that uses an additional data port, power outlet, and some type of custom programming. Costs are usually around $80 to $150 per display and have to be managed on some type of proprietary system. In commercial and corporate environments, most displays have some form of hardware behind them for […]

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Monitoring Ashly Protea Amplifiers with Zabbix

Ashly makes their own software to operate their Protea amplifiers. They are really, really powerful amplifiers that have no business being in a 600 square foot apartment. I bought two of them on eBay anyway because they were such a good deal and maybe one day I will need 8 channels of audio, each with […]

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Monitoring Mersive Solstice Pods with Zabbix

The company Mersive manufacturers a product called the Solstice Pod that allows for users to wirelessly share/cast the screens of their phones and computers to displays. They are popular devices for conference rooms where HDMI ports can be worn out or damaged. They also benefit from not needing any special hardware dongles/adapters/hubs and also reduce […]

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