MPEG-4 Encoder Converts Video and Audio Into Digital for Networks
The Fusion Streamer by Honeywell Systems Group of Louisville, Ky., is a four-channel MPEG-4 encoder that accepts analog video and audio signals. The encoder then converts them into a digital packet-based IP format for network transmission, remote monitoring and recording.
The Fusion Streamer bridges the gap between traditional analog video and expensive, high-end IP-based alternatives.
According to Honeywell, this results in a cost-effective hybrid recording solution that is flexible, reliable and easy to expand. The device’s IP format can be streamed anywhere in the world using the Internet, a local area network (LAN) or a wide area network (WAN) connection. It can also be integrated with the Fusion DVR platform to further extend the analog recording infrastructure into the IP stream domain.
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