The Axis Communications AXIS 282Q is a surveillance kit containing 10 of the AXIS 282 bare board video servers. Because these boards are in the OEM form, they cannot be used out of the box, but are rather designed to be integrated by the end user as a stand alone product or as part of a complete system. Video servers effectively bridge the gap between old and new technology, providing a comprehensive solution for large, established security facilities looking to take full advantage of the latest in network technology without having to replace their existing high resolution and expensive analog CCTV equipment.
Simultaneous M-JPEG & MPEG-4 Streaming (30 FPS):
Video is captured simultaneously in both the MPEG-4 and the MJPEG compression formats and at speeds up to 30 FPS. This gives a user the necessary control over how data is distributed over a network and also provides a user with the image clarity and smooth picture movement required to better identify people and objects.
To further enhance video quality, this unit uses a de-interlace filter to eliminate motion blurring, color bleeding and other problems introduced when converting analog signals into digital.
Remote PTZ Control:
Working from a remote Internet location, a user can operate the pan, tilt and zoom function of an analog PTZ dome camera connected to the unit's serial port. In addition to these basic functions, this unit also supports more complex operations like preset positions, groups and tour programming.
Alarm I/O Ports:
As with a true network camera, this unit incorporates a number of alarm I/O ports to trigger alarm alerts and to activate devices following an alarm condition.
Built-In Motion Detection:
Built into the server is a motion detection function fully configurable for area and sensitivity. Motion detection not only alerts an operator to suspicious movement, but when used to trigger recording to a DVR, saves valuable time and network resources. To keep users apprised of all important events, this server can be set to send alarm alerts to a designated Email address over the network.
Secure Network Management:
An elaborate encryption and filtering system is incorporated to prevent hackers and other illicit network infiltrators from accessing the camera. Authorized users however will find it easy to access the camera for viewing images and for PTZ control, with a multi-user password system employed to determine the level of access for general clients and an administrator.
|Resolution||4CIF, 2CIFExp, 2CIF, CIF, QCIF|
Max 704 x 480 (NTSC) 704 x 576 (PAL)
Min 160 x 120 (NTSC) 176 x 144 (PAL)
|Frame Rate||Motion JPEG|
Up to 30/25 fps at 4CIF
Up to 30/25 fps at 2CIF
Up to 21/17 fps at 4CIF
|Video Inputs||34-Pin header (1 BNC, 1 S-video)|
|Control Ports||RS-485 or RS-232|
|Alarm I/O||1 Alarm input, 1 alarm output (via terminal block)|
|Network Interface||RJ-45 (10BaseT/100BaseTX)|
|Web Browser Access||Camera live view|
Sequence tour capability for up to 20 PTZ presets or other Axis video sources
Customizable HTML pages
|Network Protocol Support||HTTP, HTTPS, SSL/TLS, TCP, SNMPv1/v2cv/v3 (MIB-II), RTSP, RTP, UDP, IGMP, RTCP, SMTP, FTP, DHCP, UPnP, ARP, DNS, DynDNS, SOCKS|
|Simultaneous Client Access||Yes|
|Security||Multiple user access levels with password protection, IP address filtering and HTTPS encryption|
|System Requirements||Pentium III CPU 500 MHz or higher, or equivalent AMD|
128 MB RAM
AGP graphics card with 32 MB RAM and Direct Draw
Windows XP, 2000
Windows NT4.0, ME or 98 (MJPEG only)
DirectX 9.0 or later
Internet Explorer 5.x or later
|Power Requirements||8-20 VDC|
|Operating Temperature||41 - 122°F (5 - 50°C)|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||3.1 x 0.7 x 3.2" (79 x 19 x 82mm)|
|Weight||2.1 oz (60 g)|