Axis Communications introduces a new line of video encoder blades supporting high performance H.264 with true multi-streaming and 2-way audio support on each channel, allowing operators to communicate with visitors.
The new AXIS Q7414 video encoder enables analogue cameras to be integrated into a more powerful IP-based video surveillance system.
The AXIS Q7414 includes intelligent capabilities such as enhanced video motion detection and active tampering alarm as well as pan, tilt, zoom support on each individual channel.
Wai King Wong, Country Manager ANZ, Axis Communications says that the new video encoder blade brings the benefits of intelligent network video and audio to existing and new analogue systems.
Axis now offers one of the market’s most comprehensive sets of network capabilities, optimising the network video solution for security, efficiency and manageability.
Key features of the AXIS Q7414 video encoder blades:
- Supports all types of analogue video cameras
- Converts analogue signals into digital streams that are subsequently sent over IP networks for viewing and recording on networked computers
- Supports high performance H.264 with true multi-streaming from each channel
- Has four analogue video channels as well as four bi-directional audio channels
- Can provide multiple, individually configurable video streams from each channel at full frame rate in all resolutions
- Built-in power source with adjustable input gain simplifies the installation of balanced microphones
- Fits perfectly into the AXIS 291 1U Video Server Rack and AXIS Q7900 Rack, a high-density rack solution with support for up to 84 analogue cameras
- Supported by AXIS Camera Station video management software
The AXIS Q7414 will be available in Q2 2011 via Axis’ Australia distributors including Alloys International, Anixter Australia Pty Ltd, Lan 1 Pty Ltd and Pacific Communications.