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The For-A MV-1600 High Resolution 16-Split Multi Viewer can be used to display 16 CCTV cameras on a single screen at a high resolution of 1280 x 1024 pixels (SXGA). Cameras can also be viewed in full screen, or in blocks of 4 or 9 split screen images. Automatic switching is possible between full screen and multi image modes. Each camera input is paired with a loop-through output so that its video can be independently routed to a recorder or monitor.
On account of its LAN connection, this multiplexer can be accessed for viewing and control over a network using the provided software package. In an ideal network environment, images can viewed at frame rates of up to 60 FPS for each camera. There is also an RS-232C connection for controlling this unit from a local PC.
Alarm I/O ports are available for connecting external alarm triggering and relay devices. An alarm can also be triggered when a video loss is detected.
Input of up to 16 asynchronous composite signals (color, B/W)
Loop-through terminals for each input for support of system expansion
2 analog composite outputs: Full screen, 4-split screen, or 16-split screen can be displayed
SXGA (1280 x 1024) high-resolution output: Full screen, 4-split screen, 9-split screen, or 16-split screen is available
The screen size for each channel in 9-split screen is identical to the size for the 16-split screen
Network video transfer function: Monitoring video can be transferred over the network at a maximum transfer frame rate of 60 FPS
The maximum frame rate of 60 FPS may not be reached due to the transferred video, JPEG compression rate, connected PC, and network environment
Title display function: Up to 8 characters per channel (up to 6 characters in composite output) (alphanumeric characters, Japanese kana, symbols)
Automatic switching function: Enables automatic switching between full screen and split-screen displays