A High Resolution Video Server (Codec) unit for converting analogue equipment to IP. Works with any analogue device with a video or audio output! Supplied with free 64 device recording and playback software for Windows PCs. A quick and easy way to upgrade your existing CCTV cameras to IP! Even works with Speed Domes, adding full web based remote control of pan, tilt and zoom. Main features include: Excellent 704x576 D1 picture quality View and hear analogue CCTV cameras and DVRs remotely from anywhere in the world using a PC, Mac or Mobile Phone Make recordings directly on to the Video Server by inserting a Micro SD Card into it, then log in remotely to play them back Receive Email Alerts with videos or snapshots whenever the Video Server detects motion Connect a pair of speakers for 2 way audio communication or an Audible Alarm when motion is detected Allows remote pan, tilt and zoom control of Speed Domes Simple to setup and use, can be connected directly to your internet connection, no PC needed! Power over Ethernet compatible Expand your system easily using the powerful Xvision 64 device Viewing & Recording software provided, which will work this video server and X100 range cameras 2 year warranty Performance Resolution: The Video Server will capture video at a maximum resolution of 704x576 pixels, which is often referred to as D1. Other Picture Quality Enhancements: Brightness, Contrast. Colour and Sharpness control for adjusting the camera image characteristics to obtain the best picture quality Digital Zoom for seeing extra detail Vertical Flip and Mirror functions for rotating the image if required Full Screen function for viewing the image full screen on your monitor Features Excellent Network Performance: The Video Server uses H264 compression to create efficient video streams that can be accessed over the local network or the internet without requiring large amounts of bandwidth. Resulting in a better picture quality and higher refresh rates than MJPEG and MPEG4 based Video Servers. A total of 11 Video Streams are available, including 2 Region Of Interest (which allow you to send portions of the whole image at a different resolution and speed to the whole image) streams. Allowing the Video Server to provide the optimum image size and refresh rate for a variety of applications simultaneously. Video and Audio Multicasting for sending video and audio to a group of destinations simultaneously using the most efficient strategy Speed Dome & Pan, Tilt, Zoom Camera Support: The Video Server has an RS485 port for connecting to Pelco D/P compatible cameras that feature Pan/Tilt/Zoom functionality. The Pan/Tilt/Zoom function of these cameras can be controlled through the web browser or using the free Multi Camera/Device Software supplied PC free operation: The Video Server does not need to be connected to a PC to operate, it can connect directly to a wired or wireless network or internet connection. Network/Internet free operation: The Video Server does not need to be connected to a Network/Internet connection to record video and audio. Simply pop in a Micro SD memory card, use a PC/Mac to set up the Video Server and then leave it plugged in to the mains. Remote Viewing & Recording: When connected to a local network or an internet connection the Video Server can be accessed remotely by a: Windows PC - allowing you to: View live images Zoom In to the image (digital) Configure the Video Server Listen to audio Make recordings Playback recordings Take snapshots Mac - allowing you to: View live images Zoom In to the image (digital) Configure the Video Server Listen to audio (using Quicktime) Take snapshots Mobile Phone (including iPhone, Android, Nokia, Windows Mobile) - allowing you to: View live images Listen to Audio (Nokia and Windows Mobile only) Take snapshots 3GPP compatible device - allowing you to: View live images Listen to Audio On Board Recording & Easy Playback: The Video Server has on board recording, whenever it detects any motion it will record on to a Micro SD Card (not supplied) These recordings can then played back by: Remotely accessing the Video Server using a Windows PC Removing the Micro SD Card and playing back on a PC/Mac Remote (Across the LAN or Internet) Recording: Recordings can be made across a LAN or over the Internet (offsite) in the following ways: When logging in to the Video Server via a Windows PC Using a Windows PC running the free Multi Camera/Device Software Using a Mac running the Mac Multi Camera/Device Software (available to purchase) Using a compatible NVR Using a compatible Hybrid DVR Using the built in FTP function Using the built in HTTP file transfer function Using the SAMBA server file transfer function Intelligent Motion Detection: The Video Server has built in intelligent motion detection, the Video Server will detect movement from 10 different zones and will allow you to specify the size of object it is looking for (eliminating any chance of false alarms). When it detects motion the Video Server can respond in the following ways: Send an Email Alert with video or snapshots of the image that triggered the motion detection Sound an Alarm if speakers are connected Record directly on to a Micro SD Card Send images via FTP Send images via HTTP Send images to a SAMBA server Trigger the Alarm Output and any equipment connected to it, for example a Siren or Light Switch (additional relays etc... may be required for this function) Move a Speed Dome or Pan Tilt Zoom camera, if connected, to a preset position, or start a Guard Tour Email Alerts: The Video Server features Email Alerts, these are sent to the email address of your choice whenever the Video Server detects movement, along with a video or snapshot of what triggered the detection. This is a great function for being alerted of any intruders at your premises whilst you are away. Alarm (Voice Alert): When speakers are connected to the Video Server the Video Server will make an Alarm noise through the speakers, to scare of intruders and let passers know that an intrusion is taking place. Microphone/Audio Input: The Video Server has a built in microphone/audio input for recording and monitoring sound from the analogue device connected or a microphone. 2 Way Audio Communication: When speakers are connected to the Video Server it is possible to have a 2 way conversation from your Windows PC with someone that is near the Video Server. This function can be used to verify who people are, to warn of intruders or simply to have a conversation with staff or family. Multiple Users: The Video Server supports multiple users with different rights, so you can setup Administrators who can change the Video Server settings and playback recordings and Guests who can view only Industrial Grade Access Security: Password Protection - To access the Video Server a user name and password is required, this ensures that your Video Server is secure and can be accessed by authorised users only. IP Filtering - It is also possible to specify which IP addresses are allowed to access the Video Server, further increasing the security of the Video Server. Multi Camera/Device Software: If you require permanent recording or want to record and view multiple Xvision X100 range IP cameras and video servers from a single PC, free Windows Multi Camera/Device Software is provided. This software offers: Recording and viewing of up to 64 cameras or Video Servers on a single Windows PC The ability to view and record cameras/video servers from the local network or from remote sites via the internet Smart (Object) Searching of recordings Mac compatible Multi Camera/Video Server Software is also available for an extra charge. Connectivity Wired Networks: The Video Server supports wired networks DDNS: The Video Server supports DDNS for use in environments where a static external IP address is not available. Dynamic IP Service (DIPS): A simple plug and play way to access your Video Server from the internet, simply connect the Video Server to the internet via a UPnP compatible Router, visit www.xvision.com click on the Dynamic IP Service link and enter your Video Server's unique ID, you will then be connected to your Video Server, for extra security you can also setup a user name and password. UPNP: The Video Server supports UPNP for easy plug & play setup. Alarm Input & Output: The Video Server has an Alarm Input and an Alarm Output The Alarm Input can be used to connect an external sensor like a PIR, when this is triggered the Video Server can: Send an Email Alert with videos or snapshots of the image that triggered the motion detection Sound an Alarm if speakers are connected Record directly on to a Micro SD Card Send images via FTP Send images via HTTP Send images to a SAMBA server Trigger the Alarm Output and any equipment connected to it, for example a Siren or Light Switch (additional relays etc... may be required for this function) Move a Speed Dome or Pan Tilt Zoom camera, if connected, to a preset position, or start a Guard Tour Design and Mounting The Video Server is small in form factor and designed for indoor use only.
Xvision X100VS IP Video Server (Codec) with H264 compression, Power over Ethernet & SD card recording
December 21, 2011 By