LevelOne 1-Port PoE Video Server - FCS-7011

SGD $599.00

LevelOne 1-Port PoE Video Server - FCS-7011

Product Overview
LevelOne provides video servers that enable analog surveillance cameras to be incorporated into an IP-based surveillance system.

Analogue to Digital IP Conversion
The LevelOne FCS-7011 PoE Video Server converts analog video signals from analog surveillance cameras into digital video signals that are then transmitted via an IP-based network to a monitoring station. Also, these video servers can control Pan/Tilt cameras without the need of a PC installed.

PoE Functionality
Enabled with PoE functionality, the FCS-7011 receives its power requirement from the LAN and there is no need to install power outlets close to the video server. Instead of receiving power from DC12V1A, it
will still transit by plugging in PoE switch.

Multiple Video Compression and 2-way Audio
The FCS-7011 Video Server transmits digital video signals at 704x480 pixels at 30 frames per second. It also supports MPEG4 and M-JPEG video compression; provide 2-way audio and features advanced
motion detection.

Free Bundled Software
The FCS-7011 video server also comes bundled with LevelOne’s 32- channel surveillance software, IP CamSecure Lite that is upgradeable to IP CamSecure Pro, IP CamSecure Pro Plus or IP CamSecure Pro Mega for added functionality and advanced surveillance management features.

  • Supports simultaneous MPEG-4/M-JPEG dual-streaming
  • Supports IEEE802.3af standard for PoE functionlity
  • Features 2-way audio
  • BNC connector for video
  • Built-in advanced motion detection capability
  • Digital Input/Output ports to connect to sensor and alam systems

Warranty: 2 Years Local Warranty

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  • Model: FCS-7011
  • Manufactured by: LevelOne

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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 26 March, 2009.