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Viewing video from multiple video sources on an a/c/e/eS/gS-Series MFD
04-27-16, 11:19 AM (This post was last modified: 04-09-19 01:29 PM by Chuck - Raymarine - Moderator.)
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Viewing video from multiple video sources on an a/c/e/eS/gS-Series MFD
Viewing video from multiple video sources on an a/c/e/eS/gS-Series MFD

As the a/c/e/eS/gS-Series MFDs are not designed to share video from NTSC/PAL video sources among a network of a/c/e/eS/gS-Series MFDs and these MFDs will accept video input from, at most, two NTSC/PAL video sources, it is generally recommended that those having more than one MFD and/or those having more than two video sources to be viewed on these MFDs consider installation of compatible IP cameras (ex. CAM200IP, etc.) rather than NTSC/PAL video cameras (ex. CAM100, CAM50, etc.). The MFDs would typically be interfaced to an Ethernet network switch(es) (ex. HS5 RayNet Network Switch, etc.) which would in turn be interfaced to the IP cameras.

The 9", 12", and 16" e-Series MFDs feature a single NTSC/PAL video input BNC (F) plug on their respective Power/NMEA 0183/Video Input Cable. An accessory cable (part #R70003) is available to support an additional NTSC/PAL video input to the e-Series MFDs. The 9" and 12" eS-Series MFDs feature a single NTSC/PAL video input BNC (F) plug on their respective Power/NMEA 0183/Video Input Cable. An accessory cable (part #R70414) is available to support an additional NTSC/PAL video input to the eS-Series MFDs. The gS-Series MFDs feature a single NTSC/PAL video input BNC (F) plug on their respective Power/NMEA 0183/Video Input Cable and an additional NTSC/PAL video input on their Video IN/Alarm Cable. Should the vessel be equipped with more than two NTSC/PAL video sources which one would desire to view on and a/c/e/eS/gS-Series MFD(s), then a third party NTSC/PAL video switch/amplifier would typically be installed. Another option would be to consider installation of a compatible third party NTSC/PAL to IP video encoder(s) to bridge the video signal from each camera into an single IP video source or from multiple cameras into a single IP video source. The latter has been successfully demonstrated using the AXIS M7011 video encoder.

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