Pelco CM9760-CCC Computer Changeover Control

Pelco CM9760-CCC Computer Changeover Control

Pelco CM9760-CCC Computer Changeover Control

Pelco CM9760-CCC Computer Changeover Control

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The Pelco CM9760-CCC is a computer changeover switch designed to switch control from an inactive 9700 series CC1 (central processing unit) to an active CC1. At the event of the first CC1 failing to operate, an alarm will sound, triggering this unit to automatically transfer control to a standby CC1. All devices that were originally controlled by the first CC1 will now be controlled by the standby CC1, ensuring uninterrupted operation. This unit ships with rack ears for installation in a standard 19" rack.

Continuous monitoring of active and standby CC1s
Automatic or manual switching to standby CPUs in the event of a failure
LED status indicator
Audible alert in case of CPU failure
Backward compatible with older Matrix systems
Rack-mount ready
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Pelco CM9760-CCC Computer Changeover Control
  • Rack ears
  • 2-Year Warranty
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    Connectors RS-422: RJ-45 x2 (female)
    RS-232: DB9 x2 (female)
    Common Bus: DB37 x2 female (1 in, 1 out)
    Logging Printer: DB-25 x1 (female)
    Construction Body



    Black polyester powder coat


    Fits standard 19" rack (1 RU wide x 1 RU high)
    Electrical Power Connector: 3-wire, 18 AWG
    Input Voltage: 120-240 VAC (auto-ranging)
    Power Consumption: 30 VA
    Fusing: 2A, fast acting
    Power Indicator: LED, green
    Dimensions (WxHxD) 19 x 1.8 x 7.9" (44.2 x 4.5 x 20.1 cm)
    Weight 5.87 lbs (2.6 kg)

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