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VM-16RT Video Multiplexer Available from CCTV Camera Pros

The unit can be used as a video preprocessor for surveillance VCR recorders, compatible with both NTSC and PAL video formats.
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CCTV Camera Pros, a provider of surveillance equipment located in Boynton Beach, Fla., announces the availability of the VM-16RT video multiplexer with real-time video refresh which can be used as a stand-alone processor.

The VM-16RT, also known as the “CCTV video mux,” controls the layout and configuration of screen output to a signal monitor for up to 16 security cameras, or other analog video devices, the company says in a written statement.

The VM-16RT can also be used as a video preprocessor for surveillance VCR recorders; it has two BNC video outputs; and is compatible with both the National Television System Committee (NTSC) and “phase alternating line” (PAL) video formats, says the company, which adds the device is easy to switch video screen modes using an infrared wireless remote control that is included.

The VM-16RT multiplexer supports several display modes, including 16 camera/channel grid; nine camera/channel grid; eight camera/channel grid; quad screen (four camera view); split screen (dual camera view); single screen view (one camera); sequence rotation (where the screen scrolls between the cameras configured for a set amount of time that is also configurable; picture in picture mode; and dual “private internet protocol” (PIP). A power supply for the VM-16RT is available along with a wireless remote channel.

“The VM-16RT provides an exceptional value by offering a real-time 16 channel processor at price lower than most non-real time units on the market,” says Mike Haldas, CCTV Camera Pros managing partner.

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