Supports Three Operation Modes: ASCII, Matrix Digital Decoder, and Virtual Matrix
Diagnostics Available Through Self-Contained Endura® Diagnostics and Single Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
The UDI5000-MTRX provides users with a powerful means by which to leverage investments in legacy analog systems and integrations, while affording customers the benefits of today's IP and megapixel camera technologies. The UDI5000-MTRX supports three operating modes: ASCII mode, Matrix Digital Decoder mode (MDD), and Virtual Matrix mode (V9700). In ASCII mode, third-party systems interface with Endura® utilizing the Pelco ASCII protocol. MDD mode processes commands from Pelco's CM9700 matrix to access and pull live and recorded Endura video onto matrix monitors through a network decoder and a third-party video down converter. V9700 mode makes use of familiar CM9760 keyboards to control Endura devices and monitors, and takes full advantage of megapixel and HD camera technology advancements.
ASCII Protocol Management
When operating in ASCII mode, the UDI5000-MTRX allows third-party systems that integrated with the analog matrix through the Pelco ASCII protocol to work with Endura. The UDI5000-MTRX in ASCII mode presents 1,024 virtual alarms that can be configured in Endura for scripted responses to alarms or to convert ASCII switching commands to Endura software commands, allowing ASCII-driven switching of cameras onto Endura monitors.
V9700 Virtual Matrix Mode
In V9700 mode, the UDI5000-MTRX partially simulates a Pelco CM9780 analog matrix. A traditional PSM file is loaded onto the UDI5000-MTRX, which also processes Pelco P protocol commands from CM9760 keyboards and CM9760 alarm interface units connected through third-party serial to ethernet converters. While operating in V9700 mode, security administrators can continue leveraging most standard security operating procedures developed around analog matrix switches but in a virtual matrix environment. In addition, operators with previous experience using the CM9760-KBD keyboard can leverage their past experience and training when switching to a virtual matrix implementation. The V9700 mode supports Satellite Matrix Functionality (SMF) through the CM9700-NIU, thus allowing the Endura system to extend the useful life of existing analog matrix installations. When configured for V9700-SMF, CM9700 analog video can be converted and displayed on Endura digital monitors, and digital video from the Endura system can be converted and displayed on V9700 analog monitors. Matrix operators can have access to Endura cameras on matrix monitors, and the ability to call up and switch matrix cameras and IP cameras onto Endura decoder monitors through the CM9760-KBD.
Matrix Digital Decoder Mode
In MDD mode, the UDI5000-MTRX bridges Endura products to the CM9700 Series matrix system (using 9.03.012 software or later versions). Adding the UDI5000-MTRX with a NET5402R-HD to a matrix system allows security professionals to leverage the digital advantages of Endura with their tried and true CM9700 Series matrix system. This allows users to continue viewing live analog video through the matrix while viewing digital live or recorded video from the Endura system through the NET5402R-HD high definition digital decoder connected as an input on the matrix through a third-party video down converter.
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