The following diagram depicts the concept of Cinegy EAS Gateway Service and Cinegy Air Servers configuration:


There are two protocols supported. Using STD protocol, the unit sends the START and STOP alarm commands. By using the 'generic' EAS protocol, there is no STOP command being sent via RS232, but GPI signaling is supported to stop the alarm (GPI connection is required).

The next diagram explains the Cinegy EAS Gateway interaction with Cinegy Air Server and CG overlay application:


Cinegy EAS Gateway Service repeats Analogue audio as RTP audio output and activates the predefined emergency Cinegy Title template, passing the alarm text (if received).