RMX4CD

Speco 4-Channel Color Multiplexer

Speco 4-Channel Color Multiplexer

Description

The Speco 4-Channel Color Multiplexer allows viewing of up to 4 image sources on screen.

Features

  • Built-in time and date generator with an 8 character title function
  • Full-screen, multi-screen or sequential switching with adjustable dwell time
  • Uniquely programmable for recording between 2 - 999 hours
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Speco Technologies' color triplex multiplexer allows the viewing of up to 4 image sources on one screen, while simultaneously recording full screen images on a VCR and playback at the same time. It has an array of features. Viewing options include full-screen, multi-screen or sequential switching with adjustable dwell time. During VCR playback, full-screen and multi-screen viewing options are available. It is uniquely programmable for recording between 2 - 999 hours. It conveniently has a built-in time and date generator with an 8 character title function. The video loss alert and alarm detection are structured. The best part is the RMX-4CD's compatibility with all standard and time lapse VCR's and most DVR's. RoHS compliant.

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Speco 4-Channel Color Multiplexer RMX4CD 4-channel color multiplexer
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