ELMO Launches TD4114IPII Day/Night Network Dome with PoE

New Power over Ethernet capacity reduces cabling requirement to a single RJ45 port


PLAINVIEW, NY - DEC 2006- The ELMO TD4114IPII Day/Night network dome has added PoE (power over Ethernet) support via the camera's RJ45's port network connection and readily available third-party PoE bridges. This eliminates the need for an external power source and reduces cabling infrastructure requirements to a single cable, simplifying integration and installation. The dome's unusual flexibility delivers video and audio for surveillance, facility management and AV program applications

The camera incorporates a built-in-web server with a dual compression format, network interface, and analog video output in a single unit. It delivers simultaneous MPEG4 and MJPEG output over the network to make high quality video viewable by standard web-browsers or through PC software, at the same time that their NTSC video outputs are sent to an analog CCTV system for display or recording. Users can monitor sites on their network and view identifiable real time images on a PC from almost anywhere at anytime. The dual formats permit users to adjust frame rate up to 30fps and image size/quality up to full D1 to meet changing network conditions or application requirements. The 30fps rate in both formats provides clear, detailed moving images. Up to 50 users of MJPEG or 3 users of MPEG4 can access a site simultaneously.

This full-featured camera is designed to make it possible to identify intruders, even at extremely low light levels. Minimum illumination requirements are 0.5lx, (color); and 0.05lx, (B & W). The unit includes a removable IR cut filter, DSP circuitry with a 1/3 inch IT 410,000 pixel CCD and backlight compensation. A 4x digital zoom complements the high quality 2.5-6.00mm vari-focal auto iris lens to assure detailed close-ups.

The dome's bi-directional audio capabilities enable clear 2-way voice communication with remote locations to sound card-equipped PCs over standard computer networks. It integrates easily into distance-learning or AV applications where synchronized quality audio is needed.

Built-in motion detection sends alarm outputs to alert security personnel. Images captured at time of entry can be transferred to an FTP server for later viewing. IP filtering assures site security by restricting access to authorized users. The camera's three-axis lens mount allows for either wall or ceiling mounting. An optional smoke dome is also available.