Teleste MPH412 Two Channel Rack Mount H.264 Video Encoder

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: Teleste
  • Model code: MPH412
  • Video Inputs: 2
  • Other Inputs: 2
  • Data Input: Yes
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Teleste MPH412 two channel rack mount H.264 video encoder delivers two independent video streams per video input at full frame rate and full SD resolution using H.264, MPEG-2, MPEG-4 or MJPEG, or any combination of these. This allows security professionals to optimize each of the individual streams for its purpose, e.g. live viewing, recording, web applications, PDA etc. It also ensures safe and seamless migration path from any legacy hybrid video network towards fully H.264 based network. The built-in EIA RS data channels provide multi-vendor PTZ camera control through Ethernet network. The alarm inputs and output can be used to trigger events and control external devices.

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Make Teleste
Manufacturer Teleste Corporation
Model code MPH412
Video Inputs 2
Other Inputs 2
Data Input Yes
Alarm Input Yes
No of Other Outputs 1
Compression Type H.264/MPEG-4
Network Protocols RTP, UDP, TCP, IP, SAP, RTSP,
Interface 100BASE-FX
Image per second (IPS) 30
Control PTZ
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 130 x 26 x 170
Weight g: 1,000
Electrical Specifications Power Consumption: 5.5 W
Voltage: 28 V DC
Environmental Specifications Operating Temperature oC: -10 ~ +60 C (14 ~ 140 F)
Video Inputs Overview BNC female CVBS video
Additional info Teleste MPH412 two channel rack mount H.264 video encoder delivers two independent video streams per video input at full frame rate and full SD resolution using H.264, MPEG-2, MPEG-4 or MJPEG, or any combination of these. This allows security professionals to optimize each of the individual streams for its purpose, e.g. live viewing, recording, web applications, PDA etc. It also ensures safe and seamless migration path from any legacy hybrid video network towards fully H.264 based network. The built-in EIA RS data channels provide multi-vendor PTZ camera control through Ethernet network. The alarm inputs and output can be used to trigger events and control external devices.
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