Video Surveillance IP Server Transfers Existing Analog Systems to Network

iRes Technology's 4 Channel IP Video Server converts 4 Analog Video signals and 1 Audio signal to a Digital format, thus enabling remote surveillance

IRES Technology's new 4 Channel IP Server allows you to connect four legacy analog cameras to the internet for remote monitoring in real -time. The signals from 4 analog video sources are converted to digital format using a Dual Codec MPEG4/MJPEG compression, enabling transmission over a TCP/IP network. One audio input is also available for synchronization with video.

Select between QUAD mode for remote viewing of 4 cameras at 30 fps, or MUX mode for Multiplexed streaming at 15 fps. The device has a built -in Web Server, making it easily accessible from any browser by simply typing in the IP address. DDNS is also supported.
Recording can be configured via multi -zone motion detection or set scheduling. The SD Card slot allows for convenient storage and files can be easily transferred to PC using a USB connection. The system also supports a wide variety of PTZ cameras via RS -485 connection, plus I/O for sensors and alarms.
For more information, please visit: www.irestechnology.com

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