Virtual Matrix Display Controller Multi-Station Installation
Viconnet Virtual Matrix Display Controller (VMDC) Tower Unit
Viconnet Virtual Matrix Display Controller (VMDC) 3RU rack-mount unit

Virtual Matrix Display Controller (VMDC)



Viconnet Virtual Matrix Display Controller (VMDC)

  • Scalable matrix control solution for small and large installations
  • Create large multi-monitor displays
  • Local and remote control
  • Tower and rack-mount configurations
  • Intuitive GUI provides simple, easy-to-use controls
  • Compatible with IP keypads and Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC)
  • Connect up to 6 monitors to each unit and add more units for multiple monitor solutions
  • Supports 4K resolution; 16 × 9 viewing
  • H.264 compression; ViconNet masking feature
  • Control can be shared by multiple operators
  • Smart WatchDog function continuously monitors memory management


Virtual Matrix Display Controller (VMDC)

The Virtual Matrix Display Controller (VMDC) is a self-contained, matrix control solution for the ViconNet® Video Management system designed to provide users with the ability to direct network video to multiple monitor displays.

The VMDC solution is composed of both a matrix command and control center software interface and a hardware decoding component that enables the high-quality ViconNet remote network video streams to display sharp and clear high-resolution images on multiple monitors in multiple locations.

The design enables each operator to display any camera on any monitor connected to the network.

Camera selection may be controlled via a dedicated keypad (up to 4 keypads) or by using the graphical user interface.

This enhancement over the standard ViconNet interface is specifically designed to support the typical environment of a command center, which includes workstations and video walls.

Each VMDC can control up to 6 high-definition monitors.

The unit may be rack or desk mounted. Control of additional monitors is as easy as connecting additional units to the network, providing a scalable, cost-effective management solution.

Typically, a VMDC would be installed in the command and control center for the video management system and provide both local control of monitors in the center and remote control of monitors located elsewhere in the facility; including monitor wall displays.

In a real-world situation, an operator who sees something on his station that bears additional scrutiny can direct that video to a monitor wall, another station or any monitor on the network.

The Main Monitor display interface allows dynamic control of the layout, and content is easily added by dragging and dropping cameras into the monitor views. Multi-level map displays can be used to provide an alternative means of identifying camera locations and graphically depicting alarms.



Viconnet Virtual Matrix Display Controller (VMDC) Datasheet

Additional information

VMDC Display

Installation on 3rd party server, 2 Display Outputs. 3RU Rack Mount Unit, 4 display outputs. 3RU rack-mount unit, 6 Display Outputs. 3RU Rack Mount Unit, 2 Display Outputs. Tower Unit., 4 Display Outputs. Tower Unit., 6 Display Outputs. Tower Unit.


Virtual Matrix Display Controller (VMDC)

Minimum Hardware Requirements (COTS)
Operating System: Microsoft® Windows® 10 IoT LTSB*, 64 bit.
CPU: Intel® Core™ i7-7700 processor.
Motherboard: ASUS Z270-A.
RAM: 8 GB minimum.
Hard Drive: 1 TB.
Video Card: GeForce GT710 (EVGA). Supports 4K resolution.
Power Supply: 510 W minimum.
Graphical Map: Graphical site map that supports realistic camera location.
Quick Playback: Starts video playback of live camera with a few clicks.
Local and Remote Monitor Control: The interface graphically displays a virtual representation of all monitors connected in the system and permits flexible display configurations and drag-and-drop camera selection.
PTZ Control: The operator has full PTZ control of any PTZ camera in the system using the GUI, keypad or PLC.
Macro Configuration: Macros can be defined for recording or displaying/ playing cameras, microphones and related devices (sensors) as well as sending alarm notification through email or SMS text message.
Authorization Rights: Group rights can be configured by specific site. Rights provide authority to perform all system functions.
Alarms: Alarms can be programmed to annunciate under special conditions.
Central Failure Notification (CFN): Utility that provides notifications indicating certain applications have failed.
Search Function: Search list of devices at each the Site List in the
system. Includes Next and Previous function.
Input Voltage: 90-230 ±10% VAC, 50/60 Hz.
Current: 1.4 A @ 115 VAC; 0.7 A @ 230 VAC.
Power Consumption: 161 W nominal.
Heat Output: 563.5 BTU/hour.
Power Connector: Standard 3-conductor female socket.
CPU: Intel Core i7-8700 processor.
Memory: 8 GB minimum.
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 IoT LTSC*, 64-bit.
Hard Drive: 1 TB.
Motherboard: Gigabyte C246 C246WU4.
Network: 1 Gbps onboard.
Video Card(s): Nvidia VCQP620V2-PB. Supports 4K resolution.
Cooling: Internal fans; 79.92 CFM flow rate each.
Certifications: Rack-version: CE and FCC, Class A; UL. Tower: FCC.
Application: Indoor.
Mounting: Standard 19 in. (483 mm) rack mount and stackable, 3RU height or desk-top PC tower.
Dimensions: Rack: 5.3 in. (135 mm) H × 17.1 in. (435 mm) W x
20.5 in. (520 mm) D, including connectors
Tower: 16.9 in. (430 mm) H × 8.5 in. (217 mm) W × 19.5 in. (495 mm) D
Weight: 30.0 lb (13.6 kg).
Construction: Steel case and hardware.
Color: Black.
Operating Temperature: 32 °F (0 °C) to 104 °F (40 °C)
Humidity: Up to 95% relative, non-condensing.
Storage Temperature Range: -4 °F (-20 °C) to 158 °F (70 °C) maximum.
Warranty 3 years parts and labor


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