The TP multiplexers are devices, which enable recording and decoding of up
to 16 TV signals (cameras) on the VCR. They also offer the simultaneous displaying of all
cameras on a divided screen in several displaying formats – views.
Simplex multiplexers have one universal digital channel, which is used
either for recording, playback or for LIVE camera pictures displaying. They also have one
spot analogue channel, which can be used for camera observing during recording. This
channel operates as a programmable sequential video switcher.
B/W and Colour Duplex Multiplexers
The duplex multiplexers enable simultaneous recording and playback with the
use of two digital independent channels. The first one is used for the live cameras
displaying or for the playback on the split screen and the second one is used for the
recording to the time lapse recorder.
The PAN/TILT camera heads and lenses are be controlled, with the help
of CAN interface and the TC telemetry receivers.
Telemetry function is standard for every type of multiplexers.
Remote Controlling of Multiplexers
The KB1 external keyboard enables remote
controlling of external equipment (PAN/TILT systems, lenses, multiplexers) by the CAN
interface. You can connect several external keyboards to CAN bus and control different or
the same devices by them. During controlling one device by several keyboards you are able
to operate controlled device by another keyboard five seconds after the last command of
the previous keyboard.
You can simply control several multiplexers by one external keyboard and one
auxiliary video switcher from one place and observe the picture of the actual controlled
multiplexer. You can use a multiplexer sequential switcher instead of a video
switcher. You are able to use the unused video inputs of the multiplexer no. 3 for
recording or displaying on a divided monitor screen. (At simplex multiplexers you can use
the unused video inputs just for displaying on a divided monitor screen.)
The integrated activity detector observes all connected cameras continuously
and provides their optimal recording. The alarm signal from the activity detector is
leaded out to the alarm output.
The multiplexers have a wide range of alarm processing from alarm inputs,
activity detector and camera fails. The alarm events are stored to internal memory