Verint S1712e-T Nextiva 12-port Video Encoder

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: Verint
  • Model code: S1712e-T
  • Video Inputs: 12
  • Alarm Input: Yes
  • Compression Type: MPEG-4
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The Verint S1712e-T Video Encoder video encoder combines low cost of ownership with a compact, efficient design. The S1712e video server incorporates Verint’s industry-leading video encoding technology for superior imagery and optimal bandwidth utilization. The Nextiva S1712e accommodates 12 video streams in a 1U, 6-inch (15-cm) deep enclosure. Ideal for large installations, the S1712e delivers dual stream, MPEG-4 SP or SM4 video up to 4CIF/15 frames per second or 2CIF/30 frames per second. Dual streaming enables video to be viewed at high resolution for excellent image clarity, but stored at lower resolution, optimizing use of storage resources

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Make Verint
Manufacturer Verint Systems
Model code S1712e-T
Video Inputs 12
Alarm Input Yes
Compression Type MPEG-4
Network Protocols RTP/IP, UDP/IP, TCP/IP, or multicast IP, DNS, NTP, HTTP, FTP, and DHCP
Interface 10 ~ 100Base-T Ethernet
Resolution TVL 704 x 576
Image per second (IPS) 30 fps
Bandwidth MHz 30Kbps ~ 6Mbp
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 432 x 155 x 44
Weight g: 2400
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 12 V DC
Power Consumption: 20W
Environmental Specifications Operating Temperature oC: 0 ~ 50 C (32 ~ 122 F)
Operating Humidity %: 95
Video Inputs Overview 1 Vpp into 75 ohms
Additional info The Verint S1712e-T Video Encoder video encoder combines low cost of ownership with a compact, efficient design. The S1712e video server incorporates Verint’s industry-leading video encoding technology for superior imagery and optimal bandwidth utilization. The Nextiva S1712e accommodates 12 video streams in a 1U, 6-inch (15-cm) deep enclosure. Ideal for large installations, the S1712e delivers dual stream, MPEG-4 SP or SM4 video up to 4CIF/15 frames per second or 2CIF/30 frames per second. Dual streaming enables video to be viewed at high resolution for excellent image clarity, but stored at lower resolution, optimizing use of storage resources
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