Vicon Introduces New Four-Channel Digital Video Server

March 16, 2006
120fps server is powered by ViconNet, allows collection from up to four analog inputs

Hauppauge, NY - Vicon Industries Inc., a leading designer and producer of video surveillance systems, is proud to release a new addition to the ViconNet family, the KTX-4 Digital Video Server. This 4-channel, 120 fps digital video server is powered by ViconNet and allows each KTX-4 to collect video from up to 4 analog inputs. Streamed video is then sent over the network for storage and viewing on ViconNet Network Video Recording Stations. Each KTX-4 server can be remotely configured from other Kollector Elite Recorders and ViconNet PC Workstations on the network.

In addition, the KTX-4 supports full PTZ control, alarm reporting, picture quality configuration, external sensors, macros, and alarm configuration. It distributes its own 4 channels of collected video to each workstation or Kollector Elite Server, upon request, over a network.

Vicon Industries Inc., listed on the American Stock Exchange under the symbol "VII," designs, manufactures and markets a broad line of products used in integrated video surveillance systems. Vicon's marketing and development efforts focus on today's leading edge security technologies including digital recording and IP video solutions, matrix controls, cameras, monitors, mounting accessories, remote positioning devices and fiber optic equipment. The company's products are used in a variety of surveillance, security, safety, and control applications, in banks, gaming casinos, traffic control, hospitals, retailing, multiple commercial and industrial installations, etc. For more information regarding Vicon, visit us at