Developed for demanding video surveillance installations, Axis Communications has introduced the video encoder card chassis Q7436 and Q7920, allowing support up 84 analog security cameras.
The manufacturer of network video systems Axis Communications has developed a new video encoder card, Q7436, and the frame of video encoder Q7920, for locations with demanding security needs, as airports, train and citizen oversight, requiring high performance, flexibility and reliability.
Erik Franlid, Director of Product Management at Axis, notes that this new video coding system "is an optimal solution for monitoring, that allows customers with large installations of CCTV analog cameras can be connected to an IP network, providing immediate access to all the benefits of digital surveillance, capabilities including video analytics, remote access and scalability ".
The video encoder card provides Axis Q7436 video sequences 50ips, with crisp images even in scenes with fast moving objects. Offers multiple video streams simultaneously, individually configurable for each channel, at maximum resolution and the maximum number of frames per second. Q7436 accepts up to six channels and incorporates specific quality characteristics of image, as noise reduction, Optimized sharpness and contrast.
Centralized systems for large scale, solutions in high density rack with video encoder card is a very reliable and flexible solution. The chassis developed by Axis Q7920 is an expandable system and suitable facilities for migrating analog video surveillance IP.
This chassis can accommodate up to fourteen video encoder card, with the ability to swap in 'hot' and support to 84 analog cameras. Thanks to its power and network redundancy, is a highly reliable solution for demanding security installations.
Axis Q7920 incorporates two RJ45 ports and two SFP tickets (Fiber Optic) to ensure network connectivity long distance, flexible and affordable, because it allows the use of different types of card and PTZ control through RS-485 connectors.
The Q7436 video encoder card is supported by the base of video management applications program Axis Development Partner Program (ADP) and Camera Station, and includes support for hosted video solution AVHS and Onvif for easy integration into camera systems.
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