Network Video Cameras & Servers

Network Video Cameras & Servers

60SVM1

H.264 Network Video Server with Digital 8-bit BT656 up to 1080p

H.264 Server Board
  • Smallest H.264 HD Dual Stream Encoder for OEMs
  • High definition (H.264/MJPEG) dual streaming video up to 60fps
  • Ultra small 42mm x 42mm server board set
  • Video motion detection

60SVM10

H.264 Network Video Server with Digital 16-bit BT1120 up to 1080p

H.264 Server Board
  • Smallest H.264 HD Dual Stream Encoder for OEMs
  • HD digital 1080p and analog simultaneous input to H.264 encoding and multi-stream outputs
  • Two audio inputs
  • Ultra small 42mm x 42mm

60SV12VA

Network Video Server Board

60SV12VA
  • Single channel miniature 38mm board
  • Development I/O board supports SD card with ERS coding
  • Composite video in - Ethernet out (MJPEG/MPEG4)

20N758 | 21N758

IP/Ethernet Network Camera

20N758 / 21N758
  • 1/4" Sony Wfine VGA progressive scan CCD (640 x 480)
  • Video recording at the edge - acts as a remote server or DVR
    No data loss via ERS
  • Motion-JPEG and MPEG4 streaming with audio

DW5E1XX

5" Outdoor Network Video 1.3 Megapixel Dome with H.264 Compression and POE

DW5E1XX
  • 1.3 megapixel CMOS progressive scan sensor
  • Vandal/weather proof outdoor (IP 66 rated) metal dome
  • 3 axis wall or ceiling mountable

DW5E6WXX

5" Outdoor WDR Network Video Dome with H.264 Compression and POE

DW5E6WXX
  • 1/3" Pixim Seawolf CMOS sensor
  • Vandal/weather proof outdoor (IP 66 Rated) metal dome
  • 3 Axis Wall or ceiling mountable

DW5E9XX

5" Outdoor 540TVL Network Video Dome with H.264 Compression and POE

DW5E9XX
  • 1/3" color CCD (540TVL)
  • Vandal/weather proof outdoor (IP 66 rated) metal dome
  • 3 axis wall or ceiling mountable

60SV12VA-B

Single Channel Network Video Server with Built-in SD Card

60SV12VA-B
  • Video recording at the edge - acts as a remote server or DVR. No data loss via ERS
  • SD files are guaranteed NO DATA LOSS when continuously overwritten with ERS firmware
  • Converts analog cameras to IP addressability