Feb 18, 2014 10:55 AM, By Bennett Liles | Posted by Web Editor Jessaca Gutierrez
The IK-WB16A/A-W from Toshiba represents a choice in connectivity with the IK-WB16A version wired and PoE capable while the IK-WB16A-W model is wireless. Both deliver 1600x1200 resolution at up to 30fps with a 4X digital zoom and stream it with dual MPEG4/JPEG codecs. Auto gain and white balance are standard features. Toshiba includes the REC-WB16A-1 recording software that allows a flexible monitoring layout and recording of up to 16 wired or wireless cameras. The camera has two-way audio and a micro SD slot for local recording. The IK-WB16A-W wireless model runs on local 12VDC power, but the IK-WB16A has PoE capability. Within its ±175-degree pan and +90 to -23-degree tilt range, it can be positioned at any of its 23 preset shots, and the alarms can trigger recording and upload to email and FTP. The unit supports IPv4/IPv6, and it comes with installation software that provides an easy setup wizard.
With the capability to receive power and data on the same Ethernet cable, the TRENDnet TV-IP672PI megapixel PoE day/night PTZ network camera has complete flexibility for installation options. It also comes with software that enables scheduled recording, email alerts, and motion detection recording. A wide area can be covered within its 340-degree pan and 115-degree tilt range. The video system outputs 1280x800 images at up to 30fps with H.264/MPEG-4/MJPEG image compression while simultaneously streaming a low-resolution signal to a compatible smart phone. Additional features include local SD card storage, time/date overlays, two-way audio, an adjustable lens, and auto patrol. The software also allows the user to manage up to 32 TRENDnet cameras while controlling brightness, contrast, auto-gain, noise reduction, saturation, sharpness, backlight settings, hue, and image flip among other parameters. Web-based access is possible from smart phones and tablets, and up to 20 user accounts can be defined.
The new PowerView HD30 PTZ camera was designed by Vaddio with a 2.2-megapixel MOS sensor to output up to 1080p/60 HD video for videoconferencing, HOW production, education, and industrial installations. The 30X optical zoom lens works well in large rooms providing up to a 66-degree field of view while the system performs in light levels down to 0.4 lux for color and 0.3 lux for monochrome images. In addition to HDMI and analog component video, Vaddio’s PowerView cameras are equipped with Quick-Connect systems using HSDS (differential power, video, and control) on Cat-5 cable. The camera has a pan range of +170 to -170 degrees and a tilt span of +90 to -30 degrees. There are 16 presets, six of which can be recalled with the IR remote. The system includes PowerRite power supply, IR Remote, and AC cord set.
The Vivotek SD8363E is well suited for monitoring wide open indoor and outdoor areas with its 360-degree continuous pan, 220-degree tilt, and 20X optical zoom. With video resolution up to 30fps @ 1080p, the camera supports H.264/MPEG-4/MJPEG compression and it can be quickly positioned at any of 256 presets. The system incorporates auto tracking, a removable IR cut filter, and audio detection. Local storage capability uses a SD/SDHC/SDXC card slot in the weatherproof IP66 rated and NEMA 4X housing. Audio capability includes an external microphone input and a line level audio output. The IEEE 802.3at-compliant system can also be powered on 24VAC. Alarms can be triggered manually, on a time schedule, on system boot, by video motion detection, and by audio detection with emails and FTP uploads automatically activated.
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