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Easy surveillance upgrades with the VM9 matrix switcher

Vista CCTV : 26 September, 2008  (New Product)
VM8 range enables flexibility in camera control options and the ability to replace static cameras with PTZ units without additional cabling
Vista has released the VM8 matrix switcher range available in six options, from 16-96 camera inputs, in groups of 16 cameras. Control of PTZ or static cameras is possible from up to four keyboards, switching any camera to up to eight different monitors.

The range is packed with advanced features, including multi-protocol telemetry on both coaxial and RS485 formats. This gives a wide choice of control options for new installations and the easy upgrade of existing systems by simply adding PTZ units as the need arises using existing coaxial cable. Up to 96 optional alarm inputs are available; each individual alarm input can be programmed to alarm four different cameras, including switching cameras to different monitors, presets and triggering output relays. The simple menu-driven programming makes the range very easy to set up and use whilst the robust construction ensures it won't let you down.

"The VM8 range provides users with a simple tool to allow them to get the most out of their systems," says Mark Pritchard, divisional director of Vista. "The system allows for the replacement of static cameras with PTZs without any additional cabling, and the one-box solution is ideal for medium sized matrix requirements."
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