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Atlona HDBaseT PTZ Camera with 10x Optical Zoom (Black)

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Atlona HDBaseT PTZ Camera with 10x Optical Zoom (Black)
Key Features
  • 1080p60 Resolution
  • RS-232, LAN (Web UI), and Audio Ports
  • Auto/Manual Focus
  • VISCA, Pelco-D, and Pelco-P Support
The Atlona HDBaseT PTZ Camera with 10x Optical Zoom, in black, captures up to 1080p60 resolution video and allows you to extend the video signal, power, and RS-232 control up to 328' via the HDBaseT output. It requires a single Cat 5e/6 cable, sold separately. This HDBaseT version is designed for remotely interfacing into HDBaseT-equipped switchers and extenders, for distance conferencing and similar applications. When used together with an HDBaseT matrix switcher, such as the Atlona OME-PS62, the camera seamlessly integrates with a video capture or streaming device. Camera control over HDBaseT or TCP/IP (via the RS-232 port) facilitates remote integration into AV control systems. With a 10x optical zoom, the camera is suitable for small to mid-size meeting rooms.
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