What is the VCD5000 video console display?

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Issue

What is the VCD5000 video console display?

Product Line

Pelco Video Management

Environment

Endura VCD5000- All versions

Cause

Information on the VCD5000 is needed.

Resolution

The VCD5000 video console display is a high-performance, multiple stream decoding unit. Its main function is to convert multiple MPEG-4 streams into video signals to be viewed on a VGA or analog monitor. The VCD5000 provides a user interface to the Endura 1.0 system. The VCD5000 is obsolete and has been replaced with the VCD5202.

 Features:

  • Video Console Display Provides User Interface to an Entire System Without the Need for a PC
  • Decodes up to 64 Streams of MPEG-4 Video at up to 30 ips per Stream (Model VCD5004)
  • Video Output Options: NTSC/PAL Composite, NTSC/PAL S-Video, VGA (Maximum VGA Resolution: 1024 x 768)
  • Scalable Number of Workstations and Video Inputs
  • Customizable for Small to Enterprise Systems
  • Provides Full Access to Operations through User-Friendly, Highly Intuitive, Semitransparent On-Screen Menus
  • Heads-up Operation
  • Multiple Display Views for Live or Playback Cameras or Devices


Note: Please view Lessons Learned article LL#15143 for additional recommended Endura replacements