The Bosch LTC 8200/90 Allegiant Matrix Switcher (16 Inputs / 5 Outputs) offers full matrix switching capability that allows
the systems to be programmed, either manually or via independent automatic switching sequences, to display the video from any camera on any monitor. It
comes in a compact single bay construction.
Programmable with up to 60 sequences that can use SalvoSwitching, which allows any number of
selected system monitors to switch as a group. The sequences can run independently in either forward or reverse direction. Based upon the time of day and
the day of week, sequences can be made to automatically activate and deactivate, by using the optional LTC 8059/00 Master Control Software package or the
LTC 8850/00 Graphical User Interface software package.
Any Allegiant model can serve as a master or a remote satellite switcher that allows design
of a distributed matrix video switching system to be centrally controlled at one location, and individually controlled at the local sites. The SatelliteSwitch feature
of the LTC 8200/90 Allegiant Matrix Switcher enables a single system to communicate with remotely located "Satellite" systems. Satellite sites can view/control
only cameras connected with their own site while the main system can access up to 256 cameras located anywhere in the system. Connections to on-site
receiver/drivers are easily made by using the integral signal distribution ports. The onsite receiver/drivers offer PTZ (pan, tilt, and zoom) control, multiple
pre-positions, 4 auxiliaries, auto-pan, and random scan.
The LTC 8200/90 has a built-in operator priority level, and supports full programming functions
and variable speed operation of AutoDome Series dome cameras. The LTC 8200/90 Allegiant Matrix Switcher also supports operations using Bilinx
communication when used with an LTC 8016 Allegiant Bilinx Data Interface unit. Using an external contact closure or logic level, any camera can be
automatically activated by the built-in alarm interface capability that can be set to display a 16 character alarm title instead of the camera title during alarm
conditions. Alarm interface has 3 response modes in the base system - basic, auto-build, and sequence & display, with the option of combining any or all 3
modes. It includes a black outlined 48-character OSD (On-screen Display) for camera number, camera ID, (16-characters), time-date, an icon to identify
controllable cameras, monitor (12-characters), status information, and over 235 characters for programming camera ID and monitor titles.
- Compact single bay construction
- Integral alarm interface and signal distribution
- Powerful alarm handling features
- Salvo Switching® and Satellites witch® capability
- PC-based software package available