User manual for Pelco CM9770L480x32 High Density Looping System CM9770L480X32
- Manufacturer: Pelco
- Basic description and contents of package
- Product classification: Surveillance - Surveillance Video - Matrix Solutions - Matrix Switches
- Safety instructions
- Startup and operation of the matrix switches
- Tips for setting up your Pelco
- Settings and expert assistance
- Contact Pelco service
- Warranty information
- Price: 52 USD
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User manual for the Pelco CM9770L480x32 High Density Looping System CM9770L480X32
The user manual for the Pelco CM9770L480x32 High Density Looping System CM9770L480X32 provides
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The Pelco CM9770L480x32 High Density Looping System is a full-featured video matrix switching control system that allows you to view and control up to 480 cameras and 32 monitors on a single node. The expanded monitor capacity in the matrix bay allows implementation of larger systems with a smaller footprint (less hardware).
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Additional parameters of the Pelco CM9770L480x32 High Density Looping System CM9770L480X32:
| Input Voltage || 120 VAC, 60 Hz or 230 VAC, 50 Hz, auto-ranging |
| Power Consumption || 57 W |
| Diagnostics || Monitor Output: 1 VGA |
| I/O Ports || 16 RS-422 ports (expandable to 32); total system capability is 120 ports (The CM9700-CC1 is equipped with 16 RS-422 COM ports; total capacity can be expanded to 32 ports by adding two CM9700-SER serial communication cards (8 ports each). Total system capability can be expanded to 120 RS-422 COM ports by adding three CM9700-SER-32 port expansion units (32 ports each) to the CC1.) |
2 RS-232 ports
1 parallel printer port
1 VGA output port
2 PC-AT compatible keyboard ports
| Operating Temperature || 32 to 120°F (0 to 49°C) |
| Mounting || Fits 19.00" (48.26 cm) EIA-standard rack (4 RUs) |
| Dimension (D x W x H) || 19.50 x 19.00 x 7.00" (49.53 x 48.26 x 17.78 cm) |
| Weight || 29.7 lb (13.5 kg) |
| Input Voltage || 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, autoranging |
| Power Consumption || 60 W maximum (Fully populated) |
| Communication || Full duplex RS-422 using an RJ-45 connector |
| Bandwidth || 15 MHz |
| Signal-to-Noise Ratio || -70.5 dB |
| Adjacent Channel Crosstalk || -60.9 dB at 3.58 MHz |
| Differential Gain || -60.9 dB at 3.58 MHz |
| Differential Phase || 0.38° |
| Tilt || Line Tilt: 0.40% |
Field Tilt: 0.59%
| Switching Time || 16 msec |
| Input || Card slots support up to 480 inputs per bay |
| Output || 2 output card slots for supporting 32 outputs per bay |
| Video Input Level || 0.5 to 2 Vpp, RS-170 composite video |
| Impedance || 75 Ω, terminating (looping versions available) |
| Sync || V-Sync signal (sent up the coaxial cable) provides a synchronization pulse which allows roll-free switching between cameras within the same matrix bay |
| Drive || Vertical Drive: Input connector available on rear panel |
| Overall Frequency Response || Flat to 8 MHz |
| Luma Nonlinearity || 20% |
| Operating Temperature || 32 to 122°F (0 to 50°C), non-condensing |
| Mounting || Fits 19" (48.26 cm) EIA-standard rack (matrix bay: 6 RUs; mounting baffle: 1 RU) |
| Dimension (D x W x H) || Matrix Bay: |
21.70 x 19.00 x 10.50" (55.10 x 48.26 x 26.67 cm)
24.00" x 19.00" x 1.75" (60.96 x 48.26 x 4.45 cm) Included with each MXB unit. Total height of MXB with baffle installed is 12.25" (31.00 cm)
| Weight || 33.00 lb (14.99 kg) |
57.00 lb (25.85 kg), fully populated
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