If you are integrating components from a Vicon MX T-Series system into a Vicon Vantage system, it is assumed that your MX T-Series cameras are already set up and connected to MX Giganet unit(s). It also assumed that you have already set up your Vantage cameras and PoE+, as described in Set up a simple Vicon Vantage system or Add cameras and connectivity to a basic Vantage system.
The way in which the MX T-Series system is connected to the Vantage system depends upon whether you are adding a Vicon Lock unit with your Vantage cameras:
- If you are adding only Vantage cameras, the existing TSeries system stays intact and the additional Vantage cameras and associated PoE+ switches are added in the same way as if you were adding more Giganets to the system. For more information, see Integrate an MX T-Series system without a Vicon Lock unit
- If you are also adding a Lock+ unit, you must make the changes described in Integrate an MX T-Series system with a Vicon Lock unit.
When the integrated system requires a Lock unit, you may need to transfer any broadcast video reference signal and any associated LTC-In signal from the primary Giganet to the Lock unit.