March Networks Unveils 3-Megapixel Video Over Coax Surveillance Camera
The company says the MegaPX DPoC MicroDome is first to support the HomePlug AV/IEEE 1901 standard.
OTTAWA, Canada — March Networks, a global provider of IP video solutions, introduces its new MegaPX DPoC MicroDome. The company calls the IP camera the industry’s first 3-megapixel, video over coax surveillance camera to support the HomePlug AV/IEEE 1901 standard.
The MegaPX DPoC MicroDome works in conjunction with an NVT transceiver to stream IP video and audio over coaxial cable and convert the data back to digital Ethernet before achieving on a network video recorder or server. In addition to multichannel configurations, it can also be installed point-to-point to transmit video over as much as 2,000 feet via a single coaxial cable.
The camera is said to combine wide dynamic range and true day/night technology with progressive scan in high resolution to provide what March Networks deems excellent image quality in dynamic lighting conditions, including bright backlight and near darkness.
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