Two-Channel Internet-Based Digital Video Server
 

  • Plug & Play with easy software installation
  • Embedded system enables remote watch
  • Control video display via Internet or network

    Video surveillance doesn't require a dedicated computer, even if it is to be broadcast to your local network. The IP Video Router/TLR-DVR Controller is an Internet-based digital video server capable of connecting up to two channels of video sources, such as security cameras. As a video web server, it will even turn a standalone digital video recorder into an IP-enabled, network-ready recorder. Video sources such as cameras and DVRs are sold separately.

    This video router broadcasts compressed live video to your local network or to the Internet via an Ethernet connection using the included cat. 5 cable. It also enables DVR-series products and cameras to connect to the Internet for remote monitoring or remote control. The IP Video Router/TLR-DVR Controller supports video over IP for most CCTV video output devices, including cameras, multiplexers, quad processors, time-lapse VCRs, and DVRs.

    This is a self-contained web server, meaning that you can access the camera server by browsing the website over the Internet using a standard browser. The included user-friendly, intuitive software allows for simple management, configuration and monitoring. Its automatic email warning system will even send alerts upon events.

    The IP Video Router/TLR-DVR Controller contains an image compression chipset that is capable of delivering standard JPEG and real-time video into a limited network bandwidth. Its cuplex operation provides view, record or playback simultaneously.

    Specifications

    Lorex Product No.:
    L4202

    UPC:
    778597042023

    Dimensions:
    5 1/4" x 7" x 1 3/8"

    Power:
    12V, 500mA

    Video Input:
    2 channels, 1.0 Vp-p, 75, composite, BNC

    Network Interface:
    Ethernet (10/100 base-T)

    Image Compression:
    JPEG

    Video Adjustment:
    Brightness, contrast, saturation, quality level

    Protocols:
    TCP/IP, ICMP, HTTP, SMTP, FTP

    Resolution:
    VGA: 640 x 480; QVGA/CIF: 320 x 240

    Performance:
    NTSC: Up to 15 fps; PAL: 12.5 fps; up to 700Kbps/second maximum

    Trigger:
    GPIO input

    Action:
    Email images or upload images to FTP site account

    Software Compatibility:
    Windows 2000, 2003, XP

    Alarm Input:
    4

    Remote Access:
    6 max.

    User Accounts:
    10 max.

    Minimum Bandwidth:
    64K

    Security:
    3-layer password protection

    Approvals:
    FCC compliant, UL listed



  • Router

  • Software CD

  • Power adapter

  • Cat. 5 cable

  • Terminal block

  • Quick start guide

  • Instructions


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