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GeoVision GV-VS2401 CCTV Camera IP Video Encoder, Analog, HD-TVI, AHD
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Product Code: GV-VS2401


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Description
 

The Geovision GV-VS2401 is a 4 channel IP video encoder / video server for analog CCTV, AHD, and HD-TVI security cameras. This video server allows installers to use analog CCTV and HD-over-Coax security cameras with network IP camera systems. By digitizing the analog video signals, coax cameras appear on the network, just like an IP camera. This allows them to easily be added to an NVR for recording.

The GV-VS2401 supports IP video encoding for for up to 4 cameras at 3MP, 5MP, 1080p / 720p or analog 960H / D1 resolution. It can be fully integrated with GeoVision GV‐DVR / NVR / VMS software to form the most powerful IP surveillance solution. The video server converts analog signals into high‐resolution digitized images of up to 5 megapixels and supports over 50 PTZ models to fulfill various project demands. GV‐VS2401 can record videos to a local USB storage, performing as a compact video recorder. It is also able to trigger Tampering Alarm alerts when the cameras are tampered with, which can be used to prevent criminal activities.


GeoVision GV-VS2401 Features

  • H.264 IP Video Encoding for CCTV Cameras
  • CVBS, HD-TVI, and AHD Camera Support
  • 4ch BNC Video Inputs
  • Frame Rate: 18 fps at 3MP, 15 fps at 4MP, 12 fps at 5MP
  • Frame Rate: 30 fps at 1080p / 720p, analog 960H / D1 real-time video
  • Tampering alarm
  • Optional USB HDD Storage Support
  • Optional WIFI - UMTS / 3G / 3.5G / 4G
  • Automatic switch between WiFi and 3G / 4G
  • Support over 50 PTZ models
  • Support 29 languages on Web interface
  • HD-TVI 1.0 / 2.0 standards supported
  • ONVIF (Profile S) Compliant
  • 12V DC Power Supply Included

Installation Diagram

GeoVision Network Video Server

The above diagram shows some how an analog CCTV camera (CVBS, HD-TVI, or AHD) can be connected to the GV-VS2401 video encoder so that video from the cameras can be managed using GV-DVR, GV-NVR, VMS, GV-Control Center, and GV-Edge Recording Manager software. The diagram also shows how many optional accessories can be used with the GV-VS2401 such as WIFI dongle, GV-I/O Box, and USB hard drives.


Network Video Server Specification

Download the GeoVision GV-VS2401 product specification here.


32 Channel GeoVision NVR Software

Each GeoVision network video server also includes a free 32 channel software license which can be used with any GeoVision video sever and GeoVision IP cameras. Install the software on a Windows computer and create a PC based surveillance DVR / NVR for your GeoVision cameras. Click here to view the latest GeoVision software specification.


Network Video Server Installation Options

Below are two typical installation options for users that want to use the GV-VS2401as an add-on device to enable remote camera viewing with a legacy surveillance DVR that does not support it.

Option #1: If your DVR has video loop outputs, which means that for each BNC video input on your DVR, there is also a BNC output, the below installation option is for you.

IP Video Server Setup using DVR Video Loop Output


Option #2: If your DVR does not have video loop outputs, you can use an AHD-VD104 2 to 4 channel BNC AHD video splitter to share the video signals from up to 2 cameras between the GV-VS2401 server and your surveillance DVR.

Network Video Server Setup using BNC Video Splitter

Note: In both of the above examples, GV-VS2401 must also be connected to your network router or switch using CAT-5 cable, in order for remote Internet camera viewing to work.


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