9Matrix44The Vicon Matrix44 describes a family of Video Switching System components consisting of:V1344 Video Switching SystemV4481SCC-HD Video Switching Card Cage
10V1344 Self-Contained CPU Components: V1344SCPU-HDA, an internal CPU that controls matrix switching for up to 128 cameras and 24 monitors. Also provides data control for pan, tilt and lens functions.V1344TDT-HD, the Time/Date/Titler card to provide titling capabilities for up to 8 monitors.
11V1344Full Matrix Programming Capabilities128x8 ConfigurationCompatible with:RS-422 PTZ Data ControlSupports up to 32 KeypadsCapable of Host Computer Control
13V4481SCC-HDThe major difference between a V4481SCC-HD and the V1344 is the absence of an internal CPU card. The V4481SCC-HD requires an external CPU and external titling.With the proper external CPU, a series of V4481SCC-HD Video Switching Card Cages may be assembled to create a 1024x256 Video Matrix.
14V4481SCC-HDInstead of a CPU card, the V4481SCC-HD uses a V4430ADEC-HD Address Decoder card.The V4481SCC-HD also requires the use of external Titler cages, the V1300X-TCC series.
15V4481SCC-HD Rear Panel J4 Video Control Input Input 1 Video Inputs J3 Video Control OutputMonitor OutputsLooping Output
16Matrix44Video can loop out to another card cage or to another device (DVR, etc).Looping to another card cage:Use the V44RC-21-1 cables to pass 8 videos.Looping to another device:Use the V44RCB-12-1 to loop out and/or terminate.
18Matrix44In a one-cage matrix system, camera video must either be terminated or looped to another video product.Termination:V75TR-1 - terminates 8 cameras in a 16-pin connector.V75T – terminates one camera with a BNC connection.
21Matrix66The Vicon Matrix66 describes a family of Video Switching System components consisting of:V1466 Video Switching SystemV6680SCC-HD Video Switching Card Cage
22Matrix66V1466:This is a self-contained Video Matrix Switching System.Components:V1466SCPU-A, an internal CPU that controls matrix switching for up to 256 cameras and 32 monitors. Also provides data control for pan, tilt and lens functions.V1466TDT-SHD, the Time/Date/Titler card to provide titling capabilities for up to 16 monitors.
23Matrix66 V1466 Configurations: There are two basic configurations of the V1466.128x32 This configuration allows for 32 monitor outputs in one card cage. This configuration is available as 32x32, 64x32, 96x32, or 128x32.256x32 This configuration is available as 32x16 through 256x32 in 32 camera increments.
24V1466 Rear Panel, 64x16 System Status Display J2 Serial Printer J1 Host PortJ4 Receiver PortJ3 Keypad PortJ9 Alarm Input8RUJ11 Control Out33-641-32
25Matrix66V6680SCC-HDThis is a card cage that will support video switching components for up to 256 cameras by 16 monitors.The V6680SCC-HD requires an external CPU for video switching control and external Time/Date/Titling for the monitor outputs.The external CPU governs the system size limit.
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27V6680SCC Card cage with two V6610S-1 Video Input cards and one V6616AMP Monitor Amp card with V6670X Card Extender
28V6680SCC-HD 160 x 16 SystemV75TR-SHD Terminators
29V6680SCC-HD Two styles of card cage rear panels are available: 1Two styles of card cage rear panels are available:81-89-169V6610RP-BThis panel has 32 BNC’s for video inputs and 4 D-shell connectors for terminating or looping.16172417-2425-3225It is used for both Camera Inputs and Monitor Outputs.32
30V6680SCC-HDCam 1-8 Loop InCam 1-8 Loop OutCam 9-16 Loop InCam 9-16 Loop OutV6610RP-RThis panel has 8 D-shell connectors for looping video.Cam Loop InCam Loop OutCam Loop InCam Loop Out
31Rear Panel Connections, V6680SCC, 256 x 16 Card Cage Address SwitchIn from External CPUOut to Next Card CageMON97-12865-9633-641-32Rear Panel Connections, V6680SCC, 256 x 16
33V6680SCC-HDIn a one-cage matrix system, camera video must either be terminated or looped to another video product.Termination:V75TR-SHD - terminates 8 cameras in a 15-pin D-shell connector.V75T – terminates one camera with a BNC connection.
35V6680SCC-HDVideo can loop out to another card cage or to another device (DVR, etc).Looping to another card cage:Use the V66RC-36 cables to pass 8 videos.Looping to another device:Use the V66RCB-24 to loop out and/or terminate.
41External CPUs Vicon CPU Evolution VPS (Vicon Programmable System) First CPU released in 1981
42External CPUsVPS1200Used the 1200 series softwareVery limited field programming optionsOnly supports fixed speed PTZ
43External CPUs VPS1300 Released 1990 Use the 1300 series software Provided more field programming options, i.e., alarms, etc.Original software version only supported fixed speed PTZSoftware Ver 2.0 supports variable speed PTZ
44External CPUs V1400 Series V1400 V1422 V1466 Uses the 1400 series softwareProgramming more user friendlyAdded programming options, i.e., scheduled and timed events, Comm delays, etc.
45External CPUsV1500Software is almost identical to the 1400 seriesPC basedSupports network communicationsCapable of greatly increased system sizes
52Standard Video Switching All Wiring Has to Come Directly to HeadendCamera VideoVideoSwitching SystemMonitor Output(s)STD Video MonitorsCoaxial CableThis represents the current CCTV System capabilitiesOnly Simple Video Switching.Operator’s Joystick Controller
53Joystick Control Panels V1300 Matrix DesignJoystick Control PanelsTime & TitlesMovable CamerasV1300CPUMovable CamerasAlarm InterfacesMatrix66Switching SystemAmericanAirlines’ CCTV system and its componentsare still working as originally configured.This is a testament to the equipment and the peoplewho installed and maintained the system.However, current & future service demands exceedthe capabilities of what is now in place.STD Video MonitorsVCRs
54High Maintenance / No Digital Access V1300 Matrix DesignRestrictionsOperator’s Joystick ControllerTime & TitlesMovable CamerasV1300CPUMovable CamerasAlarm InterfacesMatrix66Switching SystemM44 Inefficient compared to today’s standards.Production has stopped.V1300 Still offered but slated for retirement.Two revisions behind.No options for network capabilities.Crestron PanelProprietary Interface.No direct joystick control.VCRs VCRs are also of an older vintage.Upgrade to Higher resolution.Long Term - Replace with Digital.Not Leading-EdgeLAN Based TechnologySTD Video MonitorsVCRsHigh Maintenance / No Digital Access
55V1500 Matrix DesignUpgrade System to support Network Based CommunicationsReplace current V1300CPU with versatile LAN-based V1500CPU
56V1500 CPU Features Latest Technology Compatible with all existing Vicon productsControls Local & Remote Switching SystemsAll Communications Via LAN/WAN ConnectionCapable of 8192 individual camera stations per siteGreater Stability for Critical InstallationsExtensive Hot Standby Capabilities
57V1500 Standard System Capacities 8192 Inputs by 512 Outputs8192 Direct Alarm Connections64 Keypad / Consoles / Host RS232512 Video Switching Patterns128 Time Activated Events2RU Height
58Support & Updates V1500CPU Off-the-shelf, industrial PC components Floppy Disk / CD Software UpdatesBuilt-in Graphic Configurator
59V1500KVM In-Rack Programming & Control Station Built-in Keyboard, Monitor and PointerBuilt-in Switching for 8 to 128 PC Based DevicesV1500CPUDigital Recorders
60Redundant CPU Capabilities Built-in Support for Multiple Hot Standby CPUsSecure StorageV1500CPU-1V1500CPU-4EthernetV1500CPU-2V1500CPU-3Network HUB
61V1500CDU Communications Node Flexible Communication ModulesRedundant CapabilitiesHot Swap Replacements3RU Height
62V1500CDU Communications Node Flexible Communication ModulesRedundant CapabilitiesHot Swap Replacements4 Video Switch B/U43 Video Switch355 Keypad/Host Port77 Receivers110 Titler B/U88 Receivers B/U66 Keypad/Host B/U99 Titler1131321212 Alarm B/U111 Alarm InterfacePSPSV1500X-CDU1 Network Card2 NIC BackupPS Power SupplyPS Power Backup
63Flexible Communication with Peripherals 16 Monitors128 CamerasMatrix66 CageV1500CDULANHUBLANV1500CPULAN Based Distributed Communications
64Flexible Communication with Peripherals 16 Monitors128 CamerasV1500CDUAccess ControlLANMatrix66 CageV1500CDUIntercomsLANV1500CDULANHUBLANV1500CPULAN Based Distributed Communications
65V1500 Matrix DesignUpgrade System to support Network Based CommunicationsConsolidate Independent CCTV systemsBuilding ABuilding B
66V1500 Matrix Design Cameras Cameras Monitors Monitors Matrix66 System V1300CPUV1300CPUBuilding ABuilding B
67V1500 Matrix Design Cameras Cameras Monitors Monitors Matrix66 System Outputs to TerminalV1500CDULANLANV1500CDUBuilding ABuilding BNetwork HUBV1500CPULAN
77System Controls – V1300X-DVC Two Operating Modes:Standalone ModeKeypad Mode
78System Controls – V1300X-DVC The V1300X-DVC must be programmed prior to use.To enter the Keypad Programming Mode:The Run-Pgm Switch can be in either position.Hold down F1 and press SEQTo step through without changing, press SEQTo change a programming option, use the joystick.To store a change and move to the next option, press A/P.To exit the Keypad Programming Mode, press SEQ until the end of the menu is reached. The keypad will exit programming.
79System Controls – V1300X-DVC Programming Menu Items:Keypad Type Sngl, 1200, 1300Speed Control Type Fixed, 1200, 1300Receiver Function Inhibit No, YesJoystick Response Profile Low, Med, HighBaud Rate – 19.2K (9.6 for CPU)Keypad Address Sngl: 0-71200: CO (192) – EF(239)1300: 1-64Modify Passcodes No, Mgr, UP1 – UP64Auto Logout Off, 5 Min – 60 MinInstall Defaults No, YesEnter Diagnostic Mode Enter or SEQ
86V1411X-DVC Intelligent Keypad Two Operating Modes:Standalone ModeKeypad Mode(Note: Unlike previous keypads, V1300X-DVC for instance, the V1411X-DVC cannot be connected in daisy-chain)
87V1411X-DVC Intelligent Keypad The V1411X-DVC must be programmed prior to use.To enter the Keypad Programming Mode:hold down the PROG key and press 4To step through the program without making changes, press A/I.To change a programming option, use the joystick.To store a change and move to the next option, press A/P.To exit the Keypad Programming Mode:hold down the PROG key and press 1.
88V1411X-DVC Intelligent Keypad Standalone ModeThis mode permits direct connection to a Vicon Dome Camera or receiver-driver.To select this mode, set the keypad address to --
89V1411X-DVC Intelligent Keypad Keypad wiring (in Standalone mode) to Surveyor VFT, TB3
90V1411X-DVC Intelligent Keypad Keypad ModeThis mode permits operation and control of a Vicon Matrix Switching SystemTo select this mode, set the keypad address to 01 thru 64
91V1411X-DVC Intelligent Keypad Keypad wiring (in Keypad mode) to V1400X-IDLFrom V1400X-IDLTermination BoxSupplied with theV1411X-DVC
92V1411X-DVC Intelligent Keypad Programming Menu:Display Contrast Sets the LCD contrastAddress -- Standalone, 1-64 for KeypadBaud Rate 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200Joystick Profile Low, Med, HighKeypad Sounder On or OffKey Click On or OffPreset 1 on Alarm On or Off (In standalone, recalls PP1 on alarm)Alarm Self Clear On or Off (Auto acknowledge mode when On)Pace Factor 0-20, 2 (only change when using 19.2kb Baud rate)Additional Stops 0-6, 1 (sends additional stop commands when in Spx)Auto Logoff -- Disabled, 1-60 minPasscode Length 2, 4, 6 digitsSet Defaults Reset factory defaults
102Matrix System Peripherals V1300X-TCC External Titler Card CageProvides Monitor Titling for up to 32 MonitorsA Master cage titles Monitors 1-32A Slave cage titles Monitors 33-64
103Matrix System Peripherals From Matrix Mon 1 OutV1300X-TCC Rear PanelFrom Matrix Mon 2 Out2RUFrom CPU Titler OutputMon 1To Slave Titler InputMon 2
104Matrix System Peripherals V1300X-IA Alarm InterfaceV1300X-IA-EX Alarm InterfaceV1300X-IA provides interconnection capability for 32 dry contact inputs.V1300X-IA-EX is similar but provides for 64 dry contact inputs.When used with the 1300 series CPUs, inputs are N/C. The 1400 and 1500 CPUs allow selection of either N/C or N/O contacts.
105Matrix System Peripherals Alarm Point #64V1300X-IA-EX Rear Panel2RUOut to next XIARelay Output, GlobalIn from CPUAlarm Point #1V1300X-IAs are addressable in groups of 32 inputs. V1300X-IA-EX are addressable in groups of 64 inputs.
106Matrix System Peripherals V1332AF-1 Audio FollowerThe V1332AF-1 provides relay switching that follows the camera to monitor selection to provide audio channel paths.The V1332AF-1 can be configured as 32x1, 16x2, or 8x4.
107Matrix System Peripherals V1332AF-1 Rear Panel2RUOut to Next AFInputsOutputsIn from CPU
108Matrix System Peripherals V1400X-VLD Video Loss DetectorUsed with the 1400 series of CPUs.Provides video loss detection for up to 256 cameras.Can trigger on sync loss or video loss.
109Matrix System Peripherals V1400X-VLD Video Loss Detector Rear PanelIn from XIA busVideo Switching In from CPUMenu Output1RUOut to Next UnitVideo Switching Out to next unitLocal Alarm InputsVideo from High Speed Sw Monitor
110Matrix System Peripherals V422-VI ViCoax TranslatorAdapts up to 16 sequentially addressed ViCoax controlled PTZ cameras to operate with a non-ViCoax Matrix.Addresses in groups of 16 (1-16, 17-32).Operates at 4800 Baud only.
111Matrix System Peripherals RS422 PTZ Data InAddress SwitchRS422 PTZ Data OutLooping Connectors
112Matrix System Peripherals V1311RB Universal Receiver-DriverV1311R-VPS-1: Interface card for RS422 Data ControlV1311R-VI-1: Interface card for ViCoax ControlCan be used to control either 24VAC or 115VAC Pan & Tilt DrivesHas internal Auto-Iris Control