Function: Support D1, remote/local viewing, remote/local realtime recording, capture picture timely, character superposition, many kinds of recording mode ( realtime, time, all kinds of alarm record, and so on), cycle recrod, two sides voice communication, Multi-user accessing,the user account protected by three grades password, and support IE viewing and PTZ.Backoffice Management Software Large-scale monitoring platform neutral, neutral monitoring client, network monitoring Web.
CPU:32bit,ARM9 Operating System:Embedded real-time operating systems (RTOS); Compression Format:H.264; Resolution:D1(PAL:720*576, NTSC:720*480) CIF(PAL:352*288, NTSC:352*240) QCIF(PAL:176*144, NTSC:176*120) HALF-D1(PAL:720*288, NTSC:720*240); Display Rate:PAL 25fps,NTSC 30fps; Audio Compression Format:ADPCM; Bit Rate:8Kbps; Alarm Input and Output: 2CH input,2CH output; CCD Sensors:18X ZOOM, f = 4.1 ~ 73.8mm (f1.4 ~ f2.4), digital X magnification 12 / (optional movement); SNR:More than 48 DB ; Field of View:48 degrees (wide) ~ 2.8 degrees (tele); Level Rotational Angle: Level 360 continuous rotation, vertical 0 -90 ; Level Rotational Speed: Level 240 / S, 120 vertical / S; Communication Interface:1RJ45 10M/100M Ethernet network,1 RS485; Network Protocol:HTTP TCP UDP; Power Supply:DC 12V,3A; Working Temperature:-10--+50; Working Humidity:10%--90%.
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