From this article you will find out how to set up the IP Matrix configuration on the VIDEOJET decoder 7000 (VJD-7513) using Configuration Manager.
The built-in IP Matrix functionality, together with a connected keyboard, allows VIDEOJET decoder 7000 to run as a stand-alone system.
An operator can manage up to 32 cameras via the keyboard without any PC or management system required. System setup is quickly done with Configuration Manager. After that, no PC is required to run the IP Matrix
** VJD-7000 can be used as an extended monitor to IP Matrix in single and quad view.
A single system can support:
1 Open Configuration Manager, select you VJD-7513 from My devices and authenticate on it with its credentials
2 Select the IP Matrix menu and click on the “Set this device as master” button to set the decoder as master.
If the decoder is not a part of an IP matrix, the fields are dimmed. All configuration setup is done on the Master decoder
3 Displays – Number of physical monitors connected to the decoder
4 Display 1 and 2 starts monitor – Logical number assignment of the first digital monitor
5 Max monitor count – Maximum number of videos that can be displayed on the digital monitor
6 Click on the save icon to make your changes effective
7 An error alert is going to pop-up in case of wrong setup
“Error in the following settings page: Decoders
**This means that Display start monitor ID cannot be repeated within the IP Matrix system.
The correct setup is:
8 Click on the “Show text overlays” button to display the monitor details on the physical monitor for 5 seconds.
9 Select the “Cameras” menu and click on the “Edit” to add cameras
10 From “Available devices” area you can drag and drop to the “Allocated devices” area the cameras that you want to be added to decoder and click OK
** Each line under the “Allocated devices” area: the video input of an encoder
11 Key: The logical number of the assigned IP camera
Stream: specifies the video stream to be used when camera is displayed
*Only Stream 1 or Stream 2 is supported
Preset: executes preset position of PTZ camera when camera is displayed on monitor
*Applicable for IP PTZ camera
12 Click on the save icon to make your changes effective
13 Select the “Camera Sequences” menu
14 Click on the “Cameras” button and drag & drop your cameras from “Available devices” area to the “Allocated devices” area and click OK
15 Click on the “Add” button and add as many sequences as you want
16 If you click on the Wheel icon you can create manually the sequence cameras using the camera logical numbers
17 Click on the save icon to make your changes effective
18 Select the “General” menu
19 “Passcode” is the login password to unlock the KBD-Universal XF keyboard and the “Auto-lock” is the inactivity time after the keyboard locks automatically
** Maximum 8 numeric characters and only numeric characters are supported
20 Save again and start using your new setup!
You can refer also to the following YouTube video: