IP camera with Ethernet for networked surveillance, and remote monitoring introduced by Active Silicon

March 2, 2022
Harrier 10x AF-Zoom with Tamron MP1010M-VC offers a 1080-pixel camera for remote monitoring, traffic and transport, and remotely operated vehicles.

SEVERNA PARK, Md. – Active Silicon Inc. in Severna Park, Md., is introducing the Harrier 10x AF-Zoom IP camera, an IP Ethernet autofocus-zoom block camera for applications ranging from networked surveillance to connected industrial inspection.

The Harrier 10x AF-Zoom IP camera with Tamron MP1010M-VC offers a lightweight and compact 1080-pixel camera for remote monitoring, traffic and transport, robotics, and remotely operated vehicles.

The camera offers low-cost cable range to 100 meters; connection to standard PCs and Ethernet infrastructure; ONVIF industry-standard camera control interface; and is compatible with third-party ONVIF-compliant software.

The IP Ethernet video stream comes from the Harrier IP camera interface board. A system-on-chip SoC processor enables the board to convert the LVDS output of the Harrier camera to a low-latency H.264 IP video stream over RTP.

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The board is compatible with all LVDS output Harrier cameras, extending IP video output to all of the robust, high-quality Harrier range of cameras that includes models with global shutter and up to 40x zoom.

VISCA commands also can go to the camera via the ONVIF server, enabling control of all camera features. Customized text and graphical overlays can be added to the live video stream.

For more information contact Active Silicon online at www.activesilicon.com.

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