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The For-A 16-Split Multi Viewer allows up to 16 cameras to be displayed on one screen. In addition to a 16-split screen display, this unit supports various other multi-screen configurations to suit a variety of applications. Cameras can also be viewed in full screen, either by manually selecting a camera or by setting the unit to auto switch between cameras at timed intervals (0 - 30 sec). Automatic switching is also possible in multi-screen mode.
Each camera input is paired with a looping video output so that its signal can be independently outputted to another video device.
This unit will display an alert when it senses a video signal loss such as when a camera cable is disconnected, or if a camera's power is turned off. Additionally, alarm I/O ports allow the use of external sensing or triggering equipment.
In addition to RS-232C remote control, this unit features an Ethernet port and includes software for accessing the menu from a network PC (Windows).
Up to 16 asynchronous composite video (color, B/W) inputs
Loop-through in all channels for easy system expansion
In addition to the standard 4, 9, and 16 split-screens, various other unique screen displays are also possible with the 5+1, 7+1, 12+1A, and 12+1B split-screen patterns
Any input video can be fed to a selected split-screen frame
The same s=channel cannot be fed to more than one split-screen frame
In addition to split-screen display, two spot outputs capable of full screen display are available for any selected input videos
Includes video loss detection function that indicates when an input signal is cut off by a camera cable being disconnected, a camera being turned off, or other cause
Enables external control using an Ethernet interface in addition to remote and RS-232C interfaces
External alarm input/output terminal for alarm-linked displays
Date and time display function
Title display function (up to 4 alphanumeric, symbol characters for each channel)
Remote control software program equipped as a standard feature (Windows version)