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Data Sheet PDF
All CCTV systems require a certain number of cameras at the installation phase, but should also provide facilities for future expansion. Therefore the Ernitec systems are built on a modular base. SYSTEM 1000M can be configured from 16 - 160 camera inputs. Several single systems can be combined forming a matrix with more than a thousand cameras.
The systems can activate telemetry receivers for controlling standard or high-speed pan/tilt and zoom cameras. Control of all cameras can be selected from any keyboard, or automatically in an alarm situation. Pan/tilt and zoom cameras can also be sequenced between any or all of the pre-set positions, stopping at each position for a pre-programmed time.
As many as 8 different camera sequences can be defined. These sequences can be displayed on any monitor: Each camera sequence can contain up to 64 entries in any order and each entry can have an individual dwell time.
SYSTEM 1000M operates with a changeable 4 digit camera ID, SYSTEM 500M with a 3 digit camera ID, providing the operator with easy and logical camera identification for both local or remote cameras.
For easy identification of the camera location, site location all SYSTEM 500M and 1000M units provide text information to the system monitors. For each camera in the system, it is possible to have a text string of up to 20 user programmable characters. Camera text is located at the bottom of the monitor as standard, but can be moved to other positions.
The Ernitec systems provide facilities to display each alarm group on its own monitors. This makes the operator able to distinguish between the different alarm groups in an easy and fast way. It is possible to select which camera(s) will be displayed as the result of an alarm event and the relevant monitor(s). Each alarm event can call up to 4 cameras, allowing the system to supplement the alarmed camera with pictures from the surrounding or important areas.