Virtual Matrix Controller from Vicon

Product Profile

This exciting product provides new options for designing and operating a CCTV system by enabling network video streams to be sent to an array of analogue monitors.  When used in combination with Vicon's KRX-3 Video Decoder and the powerful ViconNet ® 4.0 software platform, the VMC simulates the functionality of a traditional video matrix system.

Live or recorded video can be displayed on analogue monitors and each output can provide a quad display.  Camera selection may be controlled via a conventional keypad or using the simple and intuitive VMC graphical user interface.

  • Route any camera on the network to any monitor connected to a KRX-3
  • Transmission at up to 25fps (real time) per channel output
  • Fully compatible with Vicon keypads for camera selection and control
  • Alarm management and monitor titling functionality
  • The VMC supports wall designs typical of large-scale security control rooms

Yet another flexible, ultra user-friendly and highly effective CCTV solution from Vicon - the largest independent "complete source" CCTV manufacturer.

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Technical Specification

Make Vicon
Manufacturer Vicon Industries
Model code ViconNet 4.0
Series ViconNet Series
Accessories Video management software
Additional info

Assemble groups of cameras from any device for easy location and camera call-up, even if they are attached to different DVRs or other devices.  Make one grouping of all entrances and exits, another of all roof cameras, etc. ViconNet 4.0 also offers alarm reports, including email and text messaging.  ViconNet 4.0 allows you to view live feed at one fps rate and record at another, saving on storage space.  You can also set expiration limits, purging video archives automatically at any timed interval.

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