Moxa VPort 461-ON-T Video Encoder
Moxa of Brea, Calif., releases the VPort 461-ON-T video encoder, which enables migration of analog cameras into IP network video systems, according to the company.
Providing up to three video streams simultaneously for use in viewing, recording, and analyzing in either H.264 or MJPEG, the ONVIF-compliant encoder comes equipped with Moxa’s innovative DynaStream function for minimizing bandwidth consumption of the video transmission by automatically increasing or decreasing the video frame rate by the system settings or a system administrator.
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