The EverFocus EVS110A Single Channel Video Server facilitates the viewing of your surveillance zone even when you are poles apart. Simply install the server hardware along with your surveillance camera and you know you can keep a check on that zone, from another part of the globe, directly on your PC; the best part is you don't even have to install any additional software.
This single channel video server supports MPEG4 formatted video at the rate of 30 FPS, so that you get to see clear DVD quality video on the browser. Capable of broadcasting in both NTSC and PAL format you get to choose one from the four different types of video resolution (D1, half D1, CIF, and QCIF) it offers thus ensuring complete broadcast without any chance of data loss due to non compatibility. Besides, these multiple video resolutions let you choose the best video clarity that goes with a particular broadcasting format.
The 10Base-T/100 Base-TX auto negotiation along with RJ45 socket ensures minimal data loss and drop frames. The network interfaces ensure faster data transfer so that you do not miss out on the broadcast of any critical event. Besides HTTP and TCP/IP, the server supports 10 different types of data transfer protocols to get you the maximum benefit out of this system. The system emails you, stores still images in an FTP location for future download, lets you set your user ID and password for secured access and many more.
From a different geographical location you can even set your surveillance camera to record a particular footage. With the dual benefit of manual and auto recording option you can either choose to record yourself or let the camera record when it detects any motion. With motion detection recording setting on, at a rate of 30 FPS you set a 30 second pre event and 50 second post event recording to get a clear picture of a complete event. Moreover, you can even set motion detection alarm with the help of this IP99 single channel video server. On any doubtful event the system sets off the alarm trigger, sends you an email notification, and uploads the image on an FTP server besides starting to record the event and display the same on your PC browser.