Select up to 256 Cameras from One Keyboard Connected to a String of MX4000 Genex® Multiplexers
Select up to 128 Cameras from a Maximum of Four Keyboards through an MX4000SVR Genex Multiplexer Server
Variable-Speed Control of Pan/Tilt Units Made by Keypad Selection Using "Select-a-Speed" Feature
Preset Position and Pattern Control
Main and Spot Monitor Control
Digital Zoom Control on Main Monitor
The KBD4002 Keyboard is an economical full-function keyboard control-ler for the MX4000 Genex Multiplexer and the MX4000SVR Genex Mul-tiplexer Server.
There are two modes of operation - multiplexer mode and multiplexer server mode - depending on whether the keyboard is connected to a multiplexer or to a server.
In the multiplexer mode, a single keyboard interfaces up to 16 multiplex-ers that are daisy-chained together. With 9-channel multiplexers, the keyboard can control up to 144 cameras; with 16-channel multiplexers, up to 256 cameras can be controlled.
to a server, which interfaces up to eight multiplexers. Up to 72 cam-eras can be controlled with 9-channel multiplexers or 128 cameras with 16-channel multiplexers.
In addition to performing all the control functions that can be done from the front panel of the multiplexer, the keyboard also features additional keys for complete operation of the fixed-speed and vari-able-speed pan, tilt, and lens functions. Control of variable-speed pan and tilt receivers is accomplished with the number keypad using the "select-a-speed" feature. With select-a-speed, each digit (1-9) signi-fies a relative pan and tilt speed. The number 1 represents the slow-est speed available while the number 9 speed equates to turbo pan (for those receivers capable of supporting turbo pan speed). When the number 9 is entered, the tilt will operate at the number 8 speed. Entering the number 0 sets a mid-range speed.
Under control of the keyboard, cameras can be viewed on the main and spot monitor outputs of the multiplexer. On the main monitor, select full screen or multiple screen (4, 9 or 16) images or picture-in-picture dis-play. Get a closer look with the 2X and 4X zoom feature. Use the spot monitor for control of pan/tilt and zoom functions, and to operate pre-sets, auxiliaries, and patterns. The spot monitor shows a full screen view only and does not have the zoom feature.
When used with a Genex multiplexer, the KBD4002 keyboard is ca-pable of Coaxitron® control of pan, tilt, and lens functions, inluding setting and calling presets and patterns.
The keyboard provides two methods of camera addressing. One method allows selection of cameras by entering the multiplexer unit ID (1-16) followed by the desired camera (1-16). The second method allows selection of cameras by entering an incremental camera num-ber (unit 1 = cameras 1-16, unit 2 = cameras 17-32, etc.).
The keyboard is supplied with a 25-foot (7.6 m) data cable with RJ-45 connectors for connecting the keyboard to a multiplexer or to the Lo-cal Keyboard Port of a server. One keyboard can be connected to a multiplexer or the Local Keyboard Port of a server. Three additional keyboards can be connected to the Remote Keyboard(s) Port of a server. Multiple keyboards may not be connected without a server (MX4000SVR). If using the Remote Keyboard(s) Port, a remote key-board wiring kit (KBDKIT/KBDKIT-X) is required for each keyboard.
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