Using a multiplexor to display 4 Security Cameras on One Monitor

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    Mike Haldas
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    A customer recently contacted CCTV Camera Pros with the following questions related to displaying multiple security camera feeds on one monitor without using a recorder. Below is the chat transcript:

    Customer Support:

    Hi Frank. How can I help you?

    Frank:

    We are looking for a video monitor that takes multiple input feeds from a controller so we can see three cameras on the screen at one time. Do you have such monitors or a device that can do this?

    Customer Support:

    Do your cameras have BNC connections?

    Frank:

    We are using an r-THREE interface box which has three inputs BNC.

    Customer Support:

    Please confirm, do you have 3 BNC outputs that you are looking to input to a monitor?

    Frank:

    yes

    Customer Support:

    OK, you can use one of these 4 channel video processors / multiplexors: http://www.cctvcamerapros.com/Quad-Video-Processor-p/vm-99015.htm

    and connect it to a monitor that has a BNC or RCA monitor such as this one: http://www.cctvcamerapros.com/Composite-Surveillance-Monitor-p/mon-lcd-22w.htm

    frank:

    on this page:

    http://www.cctvcamerapros.com/CCTV-Monitors-s/34.htm

    I see a 22inch widescreen can that do the trick?

    Customer Support:

    Yes, this composite LCD monitor will work just fine: http://www.cctvcamerapros.com/Composite-Surveillance-Monitor-p/mon-lcd-22w.htm

    Frank:

    No special other equipment.

    Customer Support:

    you would just need the cables also.

    Frank:

    SO I am clear. Does this monitor have multiple BNC inputs?

    Customer Support:

    No, you connect the 3 BNC connections to the Quad processor, then connect the quad processor to the monitor.

    Frank:

    so the quad processor will display the multiple video? Do you have quad processors?

    Customer Support:

    Yes, you can see the quad processor here: http://www.cctvcamerapros.com/Quad-Video-Processor-p/vm-99015.htm

    Frank:

    Thanks for your help. I will order online.

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