Pelco NET5404T H.264 Network Video Encoder with Video Analytics (4-Channel)

Pelco NET5404T H.264 Network Video Encoder with Video Analytics (4-Channel)

Pelco NET5404T H.264 Network Video Encoder with Video Analytics (4-Channel)

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Pelco NET5404T H.264 Network Video Encoder with Video Analytics (4-Channel)

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Product Highlights

  • Analytic Alarm Triggers
  • PTZ from Web GUI
  • SNMP Support in Web GUI
  • OSD On/Off from Web GUI
  • Coaxitron & Pelco D PTZ Protocols
  • H.264 Compression
  • Open Standards-Based Architecture
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The Pelco NET5404T H.264 Network Video Encoder with Video Analytics (4-Channel) is a high-performance, 4-channel video encoder that integrates analog cameras and positioning systems into an IP video surveillance system. It delivers crystal clear images while drastically reducing the network bandwidth and storage requirements for IP video surveillance applications.

This video encoder is capable of compressing a single video input into 2 streams, each up to 4CIF (704 x 480 for NTSC and 704 x 576 for PAL) and 30/25 ips. With individually configurable streams, each channel of the encoder can be configured to meet differing bandwidth, resolution, and frame rate requirements. The high profile H.264 compression option delivers high picture quality at a drastically lower bandwidth, while H.264 compression provides significant bit-rate savings over JPEG and MPEG-4 compression schemes, high profile H.264 enables sophisticated tools that further reduce bit-rate while also improving picture quality under certain scene conditions. The video encoder provides Baseline, Main, and High profile H.264 compression to optimize the cost of deploying IP video surveillance while improving image quality.

With a dedicated analytics processing unit per channel, each input can be independently configured to run multiple algorithms to analyze frames of video in real time. Once configured, object and activity detection algorithms can interpret activity in the field of view and trigger an alarm when unwanted activity is detected, thus making the surveillance operator significantly more effective and efficient. The ability to run analytic behaviors at the edge reduces network bandwidth requirements in transmitting video to a central server. In addition, edge-based analytics also allow for more graceful scalability as centralized servers can introduce bottlenecks.

Integrated audio inputs for each video input can capture audio from various sources and associate it with the video. One alarm for each video input and one relay output for the encoder allows for I/O communication with external components.

The Pelco Analytics Suite enhances the flexibility and performance of the NET5404T video encoder. The video encoder is preloaded and configured for the Pelco Analytics Suite. Eight Pelco behaviors are preloaded and included as standard features. Pelco behaviors can be configured and enabled using a standard Web browser. The encoder is capable of running up to 3 behaviors simultaneously for each associated camera. No additional licensing or license activation is required. The Pelco Analytics Suite is easy to configure for alarm notification when used with Endura. The NET5404T encoder provides full access to the entire Pelco Analytics library for each channel.

The NET5404T video encoder uses a standard Web browser for powerful remote setup and administration. Live video streams can be viewed from an intuitive Web interface, and on-screen displays can be accessed directly from the Web browser for additional camera configuration. A simplified user and group management page makes user setup even easier.

The Pelco Analytics Suite is configured with an Endura system, which enables the behaviors to automatically detect and trigger alarms when specific activity is detected. Multiple Pelco analytics can be scheduled to work during a certain time or condition. For example, during the day, a camera can be configured with Object Counting to count the number of people that enter a lobby door. At the same time, Camera Sabotage and Directional Motion can also be running to detect any attempt at tampering with the camera or someone moving in the wrong direction. Further, profiles can be created and scheduled such that the behaviors on any given camera are changed throughout the day or as a result of an alarm or event trigger.

Note: Available processing power is determined by the settings for compression standards, resolution, image rate, bit rate, and analytic configuration.

Abandoned Object: Detects objects placed in a defined zone and triggers an alarm if the object remains in the zone longer than the user-defined time allows. An airport terminal is a typical installation for this behavior. Abandoned Object can also detect objects left behind at an ATM, signaling possible card skimming
Adaptive Motion: Detects and tracks objects that enter a scene and then triggers an alarm when the objects enter a defined zone. Adaptive Motion is primarily used in outdoor environments with light traffic to reduce the number of false alarms caused by environmental changes
Camera Sabotage: Detects contrast changes in the camera's field of view. If the lens is obstructed with spray paint, a cloth, or covered with a lens cap, the behavior triggers an alarm. It also triggers an alarm if there is any unauthorized movement of the camera
Directional Motion: Generates an alarm in a high traffic area when a person or object moves in the wrong direction, alerting operators to a safety or security threat. Typical installations for this behavior include an airport gate or tunnel where cameras can detect objects moving in the opposite direction of the normal flow of traffic
Loitering Detection: Identifies when people or vehicles remain in a defined zone longer than the user-defined time allows. This behavior is effective in real-time notification of suspicious behavior around ATMs, stairwells, and school grounds
Object Counting: Counts the number of objects that cross a tripwire or enter a defined zone. This behavior can improve business intelligence and operations by counting the number of people at a store entrance or exit. It can also monitor foot traffic inside a store to gauge areas of interest
Object Removal: Triggers an alarm if an object is removed from a defined zone. This behavior is ideal for detecting the removal of high-value objects, such as a painting from a wall or a statue from a pedestal
Stopped Vehicle: Detects vehicles stopped near a sensitive area longer than the user-defined time allows. This behavior is ideal for airport curbside drop-offs, parking enforcement, suspicious parking, traffic lane breakdowns, and vehicles waiting at gates
Simplified user and group management page in web GUI
Dual-stream at up to 4CIF, 30/25 images per second (ips) per stream
Integrated Coaxitron and Pelco D PTZ protocols
Gray metallic with black end caps, black matte finish
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Pelco NET5404T H.264 Network Video Encoder with Video Analytics (4-Channel)
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    Operating System Linux
    User Interface Integrated Web browser, requires Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 or later; supported video management system (VMS) user interfaces
    Media Player Pelco Media Player or QuickTime 7.6.5 for Windows XP/Vista, or QuickTime 7.6.4 for Mac OS X 1.4
    Video Standards NTSC / PAL
    Compression Format MJPEG and H.264 Baseline, Main, and High profiles
    Video Streams 3 independently configurable per video channel; up to 2 unicast streams; unlimited multicast streams
    Video Resolutions 4CIF: 704 x 480 (NTSC); 704 x 576 (PAL)
    2CIF: 704 x 240 (NTSC); 704 x 288 (PAL)
    CIF: 352 x 240 (NTSC); 352 x 288 (PAL)
    Frame Rates 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7.5, 8, 10, 12, 12.5, 15, 24, 25, 30 (varies with stream configurations)
    Video Inputs 4 BNC inputs; 1 Vpp; Hi-Z/75 Ω impedance
    Encoding Audio: G.711
    Audio Bit-Rate: 64 Kbps
    Audio Input Line-in, 3.5 mm connector
    Analytics Required Systems for Pelco Analytics Suite Open API:Pelco analytics streaming information communicate through Pelco's API Guide for Video Analytics version 0.55.30 (or later)
    Interface 2, Ethernet RJ-45 ports (100/1000Base-T)
    Protocols TCP/IP, UDP/IP (Unicast, Multicast IGMP), UPnP, DNS, DHCP, RTP, RTSP, NTP, IPv4, SNMP v2c/v3, QoS, HTTP, HTTPS, LDAP (client), SSH, SSL, SMTP, FTP, and 802.1x (EAP)
    Alarm Inputs 1 alarm input per camera input, configurable (supervised/unsupervised); 5.0 VDC, 10 kΩ
    Relay Outputs 1 relay; 30 VDC, 1 A; uses 3 of 16 pins on terminal block connector
    PTZ Interface: Coaxitron or RS-422 Protocols: Pelco D, Coaxitron
    Power Input 12 VDC ±10% (power supply sold separately)
    Power Supply 4-pin connection to external power supply
    Operating Temperature 41 to 95°F (5 to 35°C)
    Note: The temperature at the unit air intake can be significantly higher than room temperature. Temperature is affected by rack configuration, floor layout, air conditioning strategy, and other issues. To prevent unit damage, make sure the temperature at the air intake of the unit is continuously within the operating temperature range.
    Storage Temperature -40 to 149°F (-40 to 65°C)
    Operating Humidity 20 to 80%, non-condensing
    Maximum Humidity Gradient 10% per hour
    Operating Altitude -50 to 10000' (-16 to 3048 m)
    Operating Vibration 0.25G @ 3 to 200 Hz at a sweep rate of 0.5 octave/minute
    Construction Sheet metal
    Dimensions (DxWxH) 10.43 x 6.55 x 1.08" (264.92 x 166.37 x 27.43 mm)
    Weight 2 lb (0.9 kg)
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