The Pelco CM6700-MXB4-X Switcher
provides switching and control for up to 16 video inputs and up to 4
monitor outputs from any one of up to 8 keyboards. The CM6700 Matrix
switching unit is designed to be remotely operated from desktop
keyboards or external computer systems.
On-screen menus make configuring the CM6700 simple and easy. The
user-enabled character display shows time and date, operation mode,
camera number, and a 20-character title for quick, easy identification
of the on-screen video. The display characters are white with black
outline for viewing under varying lighting conditions. The display can
be located anywhere on the viewing monitor and can be turned on or off.
The CM6700 supports two system macros, or salvo sequences, to allow
quick call-up of up to four cameras to four monitors simultaneously.
Salvo sequences include preset call of suitably equipped (PTZ or dome)
receivers. When an alarm is received, the CM6700 will switch the camera
for that alarm to the selected monitors. If a PTZ function is being
performed when an alarm is received, an alarm-pending message will
appear. Alarms can be cleared either by keyboard acknowledgement or
time-out after contact deactivation.
The versatile mounting system allows for a variety of installation
options: either in a 19" rack (front or rear mount), wall, or shelf
mount. This versatility allows the bulk of the video cables to be routed
to a convenient area such as a telephone room instead of the operator