Video-Surveillance System Features and Benefits
- Real-Time, Full-Motion Video - Broadcast Up to 35 Miles
- Wireless Connection to Any Network
- Connects Directly to Analog Cameras, Monitors and Ethernet Networks
- Internet Protocol (IP) Based for Ease of User Configuration
- Weather-Resistant, Powder-Coated Pole
- Completely Assembled
- No License Requirements
- Solar-Powered - Eliminates Cabling/Electric Costs*
- Optional AC/DC Power
- Battery Backup
- Proprietary Power Conversion Board with Remote Management Capability
- Advanced Digital System Processing (DSP) Camera - 23x Optical Zoom with Pan and Tilt Capabilities
- Infrared Mode
- Video Loss Alarm
- Tamper-Resistant Silent Alarm - Sent to Monitoring Station, Cell Phone, and Pager
- Remote Management of Camera and its Binary I/O Trigger Functions; i.e., On/Off, Pan-Tilt Zoom (PTZ), Record Speed, Refocus, Etc.
- Selective Viewing Allows One or More Users Monitoring Across Multiple Locations Using Standard Networks, Including the Internet
- Configured as an Encoder, the Unit Digitizes and Compresses Video Signals from Analog Cameras, Typically at Ratios of 80:1
- Configured as a Decoder, the Unit Decodes and Displays Video on Standard Analog Monitors
- High-Frame Rate Video Over Low Bandwidths; i.e., 30 Frames Per Second (FPS) Common Interchange Format (CIF) Resolution Video Requires 384 Kbps Bandwidth
- Configurable Bandwidths from 8 Kbps to 3 Mbps Provide Choice of Constant Video Quality or Capped Bandwidth Utilization
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* Solar-powered units can be designed to be on 24/7, or limited to perform random sampling and selective viewing schedules to conserve battery charge. A dispatcher or the controller has the ability to power-up, power-down and check the amount of charge in every video unit. Variables that could adversely affect the operation of the unit with respect to power consumption and draw could include: continuous use; excessive pan tilt viewing; solar panels that aren't efficient; panel orientation; and excessive use during low light times of the year. A power-usage survey is provided to determine each application's feasibility.