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The Pelco KBD4000 is a full-function keyboard controller for the Pelco MX4000 Genex Multiplexer and the MX4000SVR Genex Multiplexer Server. The keyboard controls major camera functions including, pan/tilt, zoom, iris, start/stop as well as control of a monitor and any auxiliary devices attached to the camera. A built-in 3-axis joystick enables smooth and effortless maneuvering when controlling the camera's pan/tilt and zoom features. Depending on the number of multiplexers in use, up to 256 cameras can be controlled with a single KBD4000 keyboard.
3-D joystick for smooth and effortless maneuvering when controlling the camera's pan/tilt, zoom functions.
In this mode, the keyboard controls up to 144 cameras when connected to sixteen, 9-channel multiplexers or up to 256 cameras when connected to sixteen, 16-channel multiplexers.
Multiplexer Server Mode
Up to four keyboards can be attached to a single server which accepts up to eight multiplexers. In this mode, a single keyboard controls up to 72 cameras when using 9-channel multiplexers or up to 128 cameras when using 16-channel multiplexers.
The keyboard can also be used to control the main and spot monitors attached to the multiplexer. Four, nine or sixteen images can be displayed side by side on a single main monitor while the spot monitor is used for various camera controls including pan/tilt, zoom and to operate presets, auxiliaries and patterns.