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360 Vision Technology has launched the TX range, offering wireless video transmission.
It’s available for the UK company’s Predator, Invictus and VR dome pan and tilt cameras. 360 says its TX option offers installers and end-users wireless transmission with no need for fixed infrastructure, saving money on installation time and cost of ownership. It’s suited the makers say to rapid, temporary or permanent deployment. You have video and PTZ control from just 6 Kbps and full 1080p high definition edge recording and remote retrieval on demand. Live video is captured, encoded and can be transmitted over any network; including mobile GPRS, 3G/4G, Wireless 802.n, microwave links, satellite and broadband.
Adrian Kirk, Strategic Account Director at 360 Vision says: “Unlike standard or off-the-shelf wireless video transmission systems, the new 360 Vision TX Range has been specifically designed to suit low bandwidth or unreliable network conditions, such as satellite or cellular networks. Always On and ‘Rugged at the Roadside’ IK10 certified, TX Range cameras include built-in cyber security, local point-to-point Wi-Fi access, easy Plug & Play set-up, require no fixed infrastructure and can be easily integrated into existing VMS control systems.”