Video camera, transmitter, and receiver kit for tactical surveillance offered by IMT
MOUNT OLIVE, N.J., 17 June 2014. Integrated Microwave Technologies LLC (IMT) in Mount Olive, N.J., is introducing the DropCam Tx-II/Mini MobilCMDR video camera, transmitter, and receiver kit for rapid deployment and tactical surveillance.
The DropCam Tx-II/Mini MobilCMDR video camera, transmitter, and receiver kit is a rapid-deployment video and audio solution that includes the DropCam Tx-II Transmitter with integrated camera and microphone, along with IMT's Mini MobilCMDR receiver and monitor.
It uses COFDM digital RF transmission, enabling non-line-of-sight performance in buildings, culverts, and urban environments, giving users a level of performance that is unattainable with conventional analog or 802.11 (Wi-Fi) products.
IMT's DropCam Tx-II HD transmitter is a small, ruggedized COFDM transmitter with integrated camera and microphone, housed in an IP66-rated enclosure. This next-generation product comes with an assortment of removable sensor modules, making it even more versatile.
Depending on the application, a user may choose an SD or HD video module. The SD module has an integrated low-light swivel camera combined with an infrared LED and high-dynamic microphone.
HD cameras have a wider field of view and won't sacrifice resolution when the user is digitally zooming into a region of interest. The HD sensor modules are also available with a quad video matrix option. The transmitter also features a new optional internal edge video recorder for offline analysis.
The user can download the video via a USB connection. The DropCam Tx-II's lightweight and rugged design features a three-hour runtime with a robust range exceeding one mile.
IMT's Mini MobilCMDR is a small, ruggedized IP54-rated COFDM (DVB-T-compliant) diversity handheld receiver and monitor that offers RF performance and durability, ease of operation, and H.264 and MPEG2/4 decoding.
Weighing less than three pounds, the unit, a miniature version of IMT's full-size MobilCMDR, displays COFDM video transmissions on a five-inch integrated bright-daylight, high-resolution LCD screen.
In addition, the unit features an HDMI output, which allows users to output the video on any large screen that has HDMI connection, including most off-the-shelf TV screens. The run time for internal batteries is more than two hours and can be extended with a small, lightweight clip-on external battery. The Mini MobilCMDR also features a 32-gigabyte internal storage record capability.
For more information contact IMT online at www.imt-government.com.