Siqura’s 4 channel video server S-64E/32G simplifies installation by encoding two independent, real-time H.264 or MJPEG video streams per channel. ONVIF Profile S compliance ensures reliable network integration.
Edge recording in the video server protects the CCTV system’s integrity by recording video locally, should the system network or NVR fail. All four video channels are recorded, either simultaneously or individually, using a 32 GB μSDHC on-board memory card. Stored images can be accessed and managed through a password protected, AVI format web page or via OSA or ONVIF Profile S integration using the CCTV systems’ control devices.
CCTV system operators are alerted to any changes in video image contrast, exposure, sharpness and noise by the server’s built-in, camera health-check feature. It compares the current camera video images with pre-defined reference images, warning users if camera tampering, video blocking, cloaking, spraying, camera position change or video loss have occurred.
Telemetry control of PTZ cameras and two-way RS-422/485 communications are enabled via a serial data port. Most leading manufacturers’ PTZ protocols are supported, including Pelco D.
The Siqura S-64E /32G video server operates at 12 VDC at 7.5 W; has on-board video motion detection; and has the option to include Siqura’s unique, pluggable SFP connection for Ethernet over fiber optic or Ethernet over coaxial cables.