Pleora’s new iPORT Analog-Pro IP Engine

Expand your GigE Vision® video network to include analog cameras with Pleora’s iPORT™ Analog-Pro IP engine . Compact and simple to integrate, the iPORT Analog-Pro IP engine transmits high-quality video from analog cameras with low, predictable latency. Able to transmit video from up to two* analog cam­eras simultaneously, this video transmitter is ideal for systems integrators looking to realize the benefits of networked video connectivity, while leveraging high-value analog cameras.

The iPORT Analog-Pro IP engine is compatible with the GigE Vision® and GenICam™ for com­munication over a Gigabit Ethernet link, which increases interoperability between products from different manufacturers, while dramati­cally lowering system cost and complexity. With Gigabit Ethernet, cabling distances of up to 100 m can be achieved using standard CAT5/6 cabling; by incorporating common, off-the-shelf switches, cabling distances can be unlimited. Decreased cable size, increased flexibility, and a tighter cable bend radius are a few of the additional benefits gained when using Gigabit Ethernet for video transfer.

The Analog-Pro IP engine provides software-controlled general purpose inputs and outputs (GPIO), as well as two RS-232 ports to control external accessories such as motorized wipers, and pan/tilt housings.

Able to transmit video at full resolution at up to 30 frames per second with low, consistent latency, the Analog-Pro IP engine is available as a compact, low-power OEM board set designed for use in a variety of housings.

Compatible with Pleora’s vDisplay™ video receivers, as well as Pleora’s feature-rich application toolkit, eBUS™ SDK, the iPORT Analog-Pro enables analog cameras to become part of a complete networked video connectivity solution.


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