VCL launch Microsphere dome camera
 
VCL has taken CCTV dome camera technology a significant step forward with the launch of the Orbiter Gold VIP Microsphere range

 International Marketing Manager Nick Bowden said...
"These cameras offer unrivalled flexibility, including delivering images onto an Ethernet network while the camera is residing on an analogue system. It also allows a virtually unlimited number of network users to view images and to access telemetry control"

The solution was achieved with the use of IP Multicasting technology, using a single stream of a specified bandwidth, which remains constant regardless of how many users are logged on.

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Every VIP camera can connect by coaxial cabling or NVT-based CAT 5 as well as Ethernet-based digital video transmission.

The new cameras not only offer a ground-breaking 27X optical zoom option, along with 10X digital, but for the first time allow three methods of video transmission including Ethernet digital as standard.

 Each offers optical zoom options of 18X, 22X, 23X and 27X, plus 10X digital and includes bundled viewing and administrative software. All have the full range of mounting options for internal or external use.


A supporting software suite is also available, providing many additional benefits including digital recording and client privilege control.


 
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