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Axis introduces Q7424-R rugged video encoder

Axis Communications has introduced the Q7424-R Video Encoder, a ruggedized encoder that enables flexible migration of analog cameras to an IP-based video surveillance system in tough environments. With a design to endure vibrations, electrical shocks and extreme heat, the new video encoder is ideal for demanding applications, such as traffic monitoring, city surveillance, airport terminals and car parks. The field-hardened Q7424-R encodes one to four analog video sources and provides high performance by using the benefits of digital network video surveillance technology. The video encoder supports key IP surveillance features, such as full frame rate (30fps) multi-stream H264 and Motion JPEG compression per channel, two-way audio, edge storage with the built-in SD/SDHC memory card slot and Power over Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af). The encoder also features a 1Gbps small form-factor pluggable (SFP) slot for single and multimode fiber connection, as well as an Ethernet port.

The new encoder is specifically designed to withstand tough environments and complies with the American NEMA TS-2 standard for temperature, vibration and shock. It is able to withstand operating temperatures of -40 to +167 deg F and provides powerful event management capabilities with embedded intelligent video features, including camera tampering alarm, motion detection and audio detection, in addition to support for 3rd party applications running on one video channel via the company’s Camera Application Platform. Fredrik Nilsson, Axis’ general manager, said, “We’ve made great strides in our video encoder portfolio to provide high-quality and cost-effective IP video migration options for analog users, specifically for segments like retail with the recent launches of the P72 and M70 Series Video Encoders. The ruggedized Q7424-R takes the next step to provide an analog-to-IP conversion strategy for practitioners in the city surveillance and transportation worlds, who deal with much harsher conditions.”

January 17, 2012

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