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The BRCZ700/PAC2 EZ-2-Connect PTZ Camera Solution from Sony includes the BRC-Z700 PTZ Camera and RC2-HDS camera extension kit. The camera features 3 HD 1/4" CMOS image sensors with pan/tilt/zoom mechanism, wrapped in a sleek and compact body. It supports simultaneous outputs of analog HD Y/Pb/Pr output as well as Y/C and composite in standard definition (SD). It can be ceiling mounted and is equipped with a slot for optional cards to adapt to diverse needs.
The RemoteCam2 analog PTZ camera extension kit uses dual Cat5e/6 cables for extending camera signals for up to 300'. Both, the head-end and camera modules, entail small, clean metal enclosures to provide secure cable management. Provided threaded mounting holes on the side of the camera module allow for flexible mounting options with Sound Control Technologies Wall Mounts or custom design solutions. A rackmountable head-end module enclosure provides clean and easily terminated cabling for UTP wiring, video, control, VISCA, and power supply when deployed with Sound Control Technologies' rack shelves.
All-in-one robotic camera with a robust body
Three 1/4” HD ClearVid CMOS
Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar Lens
Built-in auto focus 80x zoom (20x optical, 4x digital)
Desktop and ceiling-mount installation capable
Both HD and SD outputs as standard
External sync input
16 position presets
RS-232C/RS-422 serial control (VISCA protocol)
Daisy chain capability (up to 7 units)
Silent and smooth pan/tilt mechanism
Optical image stabilization function to reduce vibration
Wide system expandability with interface card slot for optional cards
Multi-function IR Remote Commander unit
OSD (On-Screen Display)
Supports dual Cat5e/6 cables
Transfers camera power as well as data and control signals