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A basic four channel blade type video surveillance encoder, utilising state of the art image transmission and enhancement technology.
Designed for use in applications requiring a totally scalable and space saving solution, the SNT-EP154 is a powerful, fully featured blade type video four channel video encoder delivering a range of unique capabilities.
The SNT-EP154 delivers a unique blade type four channel camera encoding concept delivering highly flexible system expansion possibilities with a range of rack mounting accessories. The SNT-EP154 adds significant value and performance to existing medium to large scale analogue systems where a highly scalable encoding solution is required.
Converting up to four traditional analogue video signals per blade into multiple digital video streams for transmission via IP-based networks, the SNT-EP154 offers unrivalled network flexibility.
The combination of powerful features and the enhancements makes the Sony SNT-EP154 encoder the obvious choice when migrating from existing analogue camera systems, to a powerful, flexible and scalable IP based monitoring solution.
What’s more, this encoder comes with ONVIF (Open Network Video Interface Forum) compliance for easy interoperability with IP monitoring products from a variety of manufacturers.
This product comes with PrimeSupport, our enhanced warranty package available in EU countries, Norway and Switzerland. PrimeSupport provides access to a multilingual team of support engineers who will identify the fault or ship an advanced replacement unit if the fault cannot be resolved by the helpdesk.
Sony’s unique XDNR (Excellent Dynamic Noise Reduction) and VE (Visibility Enhancer) and DFI (Dynamic Frame Integration) Technology come as standard features within the SNT-EP series of encoders. This unique image enhancing technology delivers superior noise free images in the most challenging conditions. By utilising Sony’s SNT-EP series with XDNR, VE and DFI technology high quality D1 resolution support, analogue cameras can now deliver superior imaging performance
The SNT-EP series supports three compression formats: JPEG, the best choice of high-quality still images; MPEG-4, the format that provides clear moving images efficiently over limited-bandwidth networks; and H.264, the alternative for severely limited-bandwidth networks, providing twice the efficiency of MPEG-4. The camera can generate JPEG and MPEG-4 images simultaneously
XDNR (Excellent Dynamic Noise Reduction) technology virtually eliminates image blur in low-light conditions, enabling users to clearly capture images that have not been easy to portray in the past. It also overcomes the problems associated with many competitor camera models. What's more, when both XDNR and Visibility Enhancer are turned on, the cameras can achieve four times the sensitivity compared to when they are off. This technology is ideal for any outdoor surveillance monitoring, such as in a car park at night
VE (Visibility Enhancer) technology improves performance in challenging lighting conditions, for example high-contrast environments such as casinos and highways that had previously been difficult to monitor. The Visibility Enhancer’s advanced system suppresses extreme whites and boosts dark areas in a scene simultaneously and dynamically, to produce clearer images on the screen.
DFI (Dynamic Frame Integration) technology produces superior images from scenes containing both still and moving objects. DFI technology detects moving objects and reduces motion blur, simultaneously detecting stationary objects and reducing jagged edges. DFI delivers an optimised image with superior clarity and can be added to any analogue system by utilising Sony’s SNT-EP series.
The Sony SNT-EP154 encoders are complimented by a range of blade mounting accessories. Comprising of 1U and 3U rack options the encoding system can be expanded by adding SNT-EP154 blades to accommodate up to 16 or 48 analogue channels respectively
Video can be stored on optional USB memory media and then streamed using RTP/RTCP or RTSP protocols. This function is available with s/w version 1.1 or later.
External storage is also possible using USB flash memory. Continuous, pre and post event video may stored in compressed format for later retrieval.
The ONVIF (Open Network Video Interface Forum) defines a common protocol for the exchange of information between network video devices including automatic device discovery, video streaming and intelligence metadata. Allows interoperability between network video devices. By utilising Sony SNT-EP encoders, analogue systems can fully benefit from full ONVIF interoperability.