Marshall Electronics VS-102-HDI 2.0 MP High Resolution Encoder/Decoder with HDMI

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Marshall Electronics VS-102-HDI 2.0 MP High Resolution Encoder/Decoder with HDMI
Key Features
  • For Surveillance & IP Video Applications
  • Up to 30 fps at 1920 x 1080 Streaming
  • H.264 and H.264/MJPEG Dual Streaming
  • HDMI and Composite Video I/O
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The VS-102-HDI 2.0 MP High Resolution Encoder/Decoder with HDMI from Marshall Electronics is a Full HD video-over-IP selectable encoder/decoder that is adaptable to surveillance and broadcast streaming applications. It features an HDMI input and output for connection with digital and HD devices as well as composite input and output for connection with surveillance cameras and legacy analog devices. In addition, a stereo mini jack audio input allows a separate audio source to be embedded with the video stream when using it as an encoder, and there is also a mini jack audio output for local monitoring when using the device as a decoder. Plus the audio I/O also makes two way communication possible using this system. In addition to being able to encode or decode, the unit features a USB 2.0 port so that you can connect a flash drive to record or backup the video stream.
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Marshall Electronics VS-102 Overview

The VS-102-HDI 2.0 MP High Resolution Encoder/Decoder with HDMI from Marshall Electronics is a Full HD video-over-IP selectable encoder/decoder that is adaptable to surveillance and broadcast streaming applications. It features an HDMI input and output for connection with digital and HD devices as well as composite input and output for connection with surveillance cameras and legacy analog devices. In addition, a stereo mini jack audio input allows a separate audio source to be embedded with the video stream when using it as an encoder, and there is also a mini jack audio output for local monitoring when using the device as a decoder. Plus the audio I/O also makes two way communication possible using this system. In addition to being able to encode or decode, the unit features a USB 2.0 port so that you can connect a flash drive to record or backup the video stream.

The VS-102-HDI can encode either in H.264 or in a combination of H.264 and MJPEG for dual streaming. In addition, it offers two audio codecs, stereo AAC for broadcast applications and mono G.711 for surveillance. It can encode video at up to 1080 x 1920p at 30 fps with video bitrates going as high as 10 Mbps, or as low as 32 kbps for delivery over bandwidth-constrained networks.

In addition to streaming and surveillance monitoring, the VS-102-HDI may be configured to operate as a Point-to-Point talent monitoring system. For example, the unit can operate as an encoder to compress and transmit A/V data over a LAN to another VS-102-HDI located in a Green Room or other location. The other unit can act as a decoder which receives the compressed data through the LAN and restores the data to its original high definition state. Additionally, other computers or VS-102-HDI decoders connected to the same network can monitor both the audio and video in multiple locations throughout a venue such as dressing rooms, stage manager's room, or box office at the same time. When properly configured, the VS-102-HDI may be simultaneously monitored through the Internet.

The unit comes with a 12V power supply; however it also supports PoE (Power over Ethernet). When connected to a compatible switch, the VS-102-HDI can draw power directly from the Ethernet connection so that you won't need to worry about finding a local power source.

Configurable as encoder of decoder -- may be paired with second VS-102-HDI for point-to-point operation
Encodes in H.264 or H.264/MJPEG dual stream
Two-way audio communication possible
Record or backup video to a USB flash drive
Supports DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name Server)
Can be operated remotely using RS-232 or RS-422/485
Two sensor inputs and two alarm outputs
Integrated video motion detection
Watchdog for system recovery
Supports transmission of Video Data through FTP server
PSIA and ONVIF compliant
UPC: 373218156785

Marshall Electronics VS-102 Specs

System
System ModeEncoder, decoder
Network
Network InterfaceEthernet 10/100Base-T on RJ-45 connector
Network ProtocolTCP/IP, UDP, Multicast, DHCP, SMTP, HTTP, SNMP, RTP, RTSP
Video
StandardsMain Stream: H.264
Secondary Stream: H.264/MJPEG
Bitrate32 to 10,240 Kbps
Resolution1920 x 1080/60i to 352 x 240/30fps, 18 resolution steps
Frame Rates1 to 30 fps
Inputs1 x HDMI type-A, HDMI RX
1 x Composite on BNC connector
Outputs1 x HDMI type-A, HDMI TX
1 x Composite on BNC connector (Default)
Motion DetectionSensitivity adjustment
Audio
StandardsG.711, AAC
Sample RateG.711: 8 kHz
AAC: 32 kHz
BitrateG.711: 64 Kbps
AAC: 64 Kbps, 128 Kbps
Input1 x Line-in on 3.5 mm stereo mini
Output1 x Line-out on 3.5 mm stereo mini
Serial Interface
Connectors1 x RS-232 on terminal block
1 x RS-422/485 on terminal block
Bitrate2,400 bps to 115,200 bps
Sensor and Alarm
Sensor Input2 x NO contact on terminal block
Alarm Output2 x NO contact on terminal block
Beep1 x Buzzer (88 dB minimum)
Reset Button1 x Factor reset button
User Interface
System Status4 x LED
Storage
Recording and Backup1 x USB 2.0 port
Software
SoftwareVS Manager/VMS-16: Live Monitoring, recording, search and playback, backup
General
Power Requirements12 VDC at 0.8 A, PoE (Power over Ethernet): 802.3af
Power Consumption9.6 W maximum
Operating Temperature14 to 122°F / -10 to 50°C
Dimensions (W x D x H)5.3 x 4.9 x 1.4" / 134 x 125 x 35 mm
Weight17.8 oz / 504 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.6 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)11 x 9 x 3.8"
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Can you encode an HDMI signal and also decode an IP camera feed all in one box?
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The encoder can only encode one source at a time.
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Date published: 2018-08-25

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What is the encoding latency on this box?
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Hi Matt, not the best to be honest. The Antrica 34000 & 35000 are **significantly** better
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