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Overview: The On-Q F2295 IP Video Server allows cameras to
be viewed on the Internet with any popular web browser, without the need for
additional software. You can view video from up to 4 cameras from anywhere in
the world. In addition to the IP Video Server, the package also comes with a
metal bracket for installing the unit into an On-Q enclosure, terminal strips,
Motion JPEG Compression: The server can quickly and
efficiently compress four video inputs into packets of JPEG images. The
compression engine provides an excellent image that is small enough in size to
be transmitted efficiently enough to meet remote monitoring and storage needs.
Five levels of compression ratio and three sizes of image resolutions are
Password Protected: Password level protection is provided by
the system to prevent malicious intruders from accessing the IP Video Server
from your internal network or the Internet. Multiple users can be configured
with password authentication to access the server. Each user can have individual
access rights to view or control external devices.
Motion Detection: Each video channel can be setup to detect
any motion with customized settings. No external sensors are required. You can
tune the object size and sensitivity to establish a reliable motion detection
system for your home or office.
Inputs and Outputs: The F2295 IP Video Server has the
following inputs and outputs:
- Front Panel:
- Camera Inputs: 4 BNC jacks for attaching up to 4
cameras at the same time from an On-Q CM1001 Cat 5 Camera Module.
- Camera Outputs: 4 BNC jacks for looping camera
video to other capturing devices, such as time-lapsed VCR, etc.
- DIP Switches: DIP switches numbered 1 through 4
each enable 75-ohm resistance of video impedance (only needed if more
than one video source is connected to the input).
- Status LEDs: There are six LEDs (4 green and 2 red)
to indicate startup, self-test, and operating status.
- Clear and Reset Buttons (recessed): For use during
troubleshooting to clear custom settings and restore default settings.
- Rear Panel:
- General I/O Terminal Block: Two rows of 10 contacts
each for use with the two supplied green I/O terminal blocks to connect
optional security devices, such as sensors, alarms, lighting, or door
locks. A camera control cable is included.
- COM Ports: Com1 Port is a dedicated RS232 port for
controlling attached PTZ cameras. Com2 Port is an RS232 port for
connecting, with a modem or the supplied null modem cable, to utilize
dial-up networking when Ethernet is not available.
- Ethernet 10/100 Socket: You can connect to an
Ethernet network with a UTP category 5 cable of a length shorter than
100 meters. Once connected, the IP Video Server will utilize the