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The UK manufacturer Redvision CCTV has released the CCTV Hub, a 4G camera station.
Redvision MD Paul Hucker describes it as an all-in-one solution, giving installers flexibility in wireless or remote CCTV. “The idea is to offer more than a single 4G camera; the Hub is a central connection-point for multiple cameras on one system, offering freedom of choice with its extensive ONVIF interface.” The product is designed to offer a central connection-point, to bring remote monitoring together in one enclosure. The product is powered by 110~230VAC or 24VDC (you should specify which model when ordering). A mix of up to four PTZ and fixed cameras can be used, powered and managed from the same unit. A range of cameras and manufacturers are supported through the ONVIF interface, besides the full Redvision IP camera range.
As for cable management, visible cabling is at a minimum as cables are out of sight and protected from potential tampering. Redvision’s IP camera range offers ‘Smart Encode’, which can reduce bit rates by up to 80pc from standard H264-H265 transmission, it’s claimed. The result; a reduction in storage requirement and strain on the bandwidth without compromising the full HD image quality, the makers add.
Local recording is provided, up to 8TB; coupled with an external 4G cellular link, providing full remote access, control, and playback functionality to multiple monitoring locations (Immix software compliant).