Until some years ago, new released cameras, encoders, domes and decoders that were introduced into market after a BVMS release could not be connected to an existing BVMS version because these cameras where not known to the BVMS.
In the BVMS 4.5.1, a new concept was introduced.
This concept treats Bosch video encoders and decoders as generic devices, and automatically recognizes specific device functionality (for example the number of streams, relays and inputs).
Based on this information, unknown device is added to the system and can be used by the operator.
The attached document provides a detailed description of this functionality.
This article explains how to integrate the Bosch MIC IP 7000 HD camera series into any existing analog CCTV system using the Bosch VIDEOJET decoder 3000. The most common integration scenarios are listed below:
Simple integration using direct connectivity to analog monitor and joystick, typically found in single camera installation (for example, mobile surveillance vehicles)
Integration into an existing analog matrix switcher typically found in large installations (such as for city surveillance)
A password prevents unauthorized access to the device. You can use different authorization levels to limit access. Proper password protection is only guaranteed when all higher authorization levels are also protected with a password. Therefore, you must always start from the highest authorization level when assigning passwords.
This article will guide you step by step to set the destination password for decoders.
Before you can operate your VIDEOJET decoder 7000/ 8000 within your network, it must have a valid IP address for your network and a compatible subnet mask.
This articles explains how you can change the IP Address of VIDEOJET decoder 7000/ 8000 using Configuration Manager.
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
According to the Release letter (Firmware 9.51) of VJD-7513, VIDEOJET decoder 7000 supports IP Matrix application as built-in feature.
According to the Release letter (Firmware 54.8.02) of VJD-7000, IP matrix remote monitor is only possible with UDP. TCP not supported.
** VJD-7000 can be used as an extended monitor to IP Matrix in single and quad view.
Please check also the following article and find out: Which are the system requirements for configuration/ operation of VIDEOJET decoder 3000/ 7000/ 8000?
A single system can support:
2 physical monitor displays
One KBD-Universal XF keyboard
32 camera sequences
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If your VIDEOJET decoder does not seem to work properly , most likely it is because the software (SW) version used is not compatible with the firmware (FW) version of your device.
But which are the system requirements for configuration/ operation purposes of VIDEOJET decoder 3000/ 7000/ 8000?
In certain situations of the support process for a particular product, the customer number and the material/ serial/ commercial type number of your Bosch device may be required.
But where can you find them?
The purpose of this article is to help you find this information in different ways.
This article aims to define the way you can display camera video via decoders. Moreover, fifteen different settings scenarios and their effects will be outlined for the live video to be displayed through the decoder.