The black ADMPR1128N MegaPower 3200 Matrix Switcher/Controller System from American Dynamics is a modular, scalable video matrix switcher/controller system designed for complex and large number of CCTV users, such as airports, corporate or government complexes, casinos, and large medical centers.
The Switcher comes with an AD2016BP-1 Input Card Rear Panel that has 112 inputs and 8 outputs. Dual CPU mode provides redundant CPU backup protection with fault detection and hot switch failover to ensure uninterrupted system operation. You can achieve a full cross-point video matrix of up to 38,528 video inputs by 256 video outputs with a satellite connection of up to 30 systems. This matrix switcher is maintenance- and user-friendly, letting you easily swap out the CPU, video input, and video output modules without removing system cables. Plus, an LCD displays CPU status while LED indicators provide information on port activity. You can customize matrix keyboards to perform a multitude of system tasks via simple, easy-to-remember keystrokes.
The Switcher connects seamlessly to your network to enable PC-based configuration, firmware updates, activity logging, snapshots, time synchronization, and email text messaging. In addition, you can send activity logs and reports of user control, alarms, and configuration changes to any PC on the network. The Switcher also enables you to switch back and forth between live and recorded video using the same keyboard and monitor. By integrating with Network Client Remote Management Software, users can achieve important Intellex digital video management system functionality such as camera playback, tours, and salvos using the same CCTV keyboard and monitor.
The Switcher uses an Enhanced Administration System (EASY) configuration and monitoring software tool to retrieve, archive, and load back MegaPower CPU data. It provides IP network connection to all satellite systems and can concurrently update dual-mode CPUs. In addition to the powerful macros that allow you to customize your keyboards, this switcher also lets you control standard video recorder functions such as play, stop, pause, record, rewind, and fast-forward directly from any suitably equipped keyboard. Similarly, you can control fixed or variable-speed domes, pan/tilts, motorized lenses, auxiliary outputs, and 72 presets per video input at camera sites. For each video input, you can assign a 4-digit number to replace the default video input number. This can aid in identifying specific locations in applications like multiple-level buildings or satellite configurations.
Selectable on-screen display enables you to display the date/time, video input number and title, site number and title, and monitor status. The date/time can be set directly using the system keyboards and configure beginning and end date/time for Daylight Saving Time within the CPU application.
The user can turn the following displays On and Off: video input number and monitor status, video input title, and date/time displays. Text controls include incremental horizontal/vertical positioning and display brightness. When attempting to control a dome/PTZ, each monitor can also display which user or keyboard of equal or higher priority has control or has locked the camera.
Expanded satellite systems interconnect up to 30 systems. System flexibility is further enhanced by defining authorized access to keyboards, video inputs, and video outputs. Partitioning can also be used to limit access to remote systems. RS-232 ports allow standard communication with keyboards, alarm interface units, satellite system CPUs, recorder control devices, third-party interfaces, computers, etc. Each port is individually programmable for standard data rates from 300 to 38,400 BPS. Each port can expand to four ports with the optional port expander.
The Switcher supports universal system and individual monitor tours for consistent surveillance. A tour is a sequence of video inputs with each input featuring an individual dwell time, a preset/pattern, and an auxiliary action. Tours can run forward or in reverse.
Salvo switching allows multiple video inputs to be called simultaneously to multiple contiguous video outputs. 200 individual groups (salvos), consisting of up to 16 video inputs (each with a preset and an auxiliary action) can be called either manually or as a part of a tour and can be programmed from one through 9999.
There are 35 user-programmable times available that can be independently designated for multiple days of the week to call universal tours to video output(s). Event timers also enable you to activate and deactivate alarm contacts.
SpeedDome Programmable Dome Camera alarms can be integrated using the SensorNet and the duplex RS-422 protocols. Alarms can be programmed to call a video input or groups of video inputs to any one or more video outputs. Custom text messages can be displayed on alarming monitors. A preset, auxiliary action and individual dwell time may be defined for each alarm input.
Any of the 25 alarm display/clearance methods may be selected independently for each video output. Alarms can be cleared from a configured block of monitors using normal, automatic, or instant alarm clearing, for convenient, effective alarm management. The occurrence and removal of all alarm and video loss events can be logged on a networked PC. An alarm event message includes date/time of event, contact number, video input number, and alarm status. Video loss messages include date/time, video input number, video loss status, synchronization loss status, and detection mode.
An internal video loss detection (sold separately) alerts an operator to the complete or partial loss of each video input. Advanced detection circuitry detects loss of video sync or 25%, 50%, 75% loss of video signal for each input.
Keyboards or users can be assigned one of eight levels of priority control of remote camera sites. Up to 64 user codes, each with a unique password can be assigned to operators. Access to certain system features may be restricted depending on a user’s priority level.
Note! Supports ControlCenter 1100 and AD2089 keyboards. Requires AD2010DBVL module(s) to detect loss of video sync or signal for each input.
- Supports SensorNet, Manchester, and RS-422 dome control protocols directly from the CPU without the need for additional accessories
- Integration of SpeedDome Programmable Dome Camera alarms using SensorNet and duplex RS-422 protocols
- Enhanced salvo functionality with view programming option
- Programming options for setting date/time, including Daylight Saving Time (DST)
- Scalable, high-density modular architecture for easy expansion
- Supports up to 3,200 video inputs, 256 outputs, and 128 keyboards 1
- Dual CPU mode provides inherent passive hot switch failover for system reliability
- Synchronize time to Network Time Protocol (NTP) for integration with other devices on the network
- Stores snapshots of important scenes on your network
- Windows-based system management software provides a powerful tool for remote configuration and monitoring
- Workstation experience can be customized with powerful macros
- Video presets, patterns, tours, and salvos to keep a watchful eye
- Controlling recorded video just as easily as live - even switching from one to the other with a simple keystroke 2
- RoHS and CE compliant