AXIS P7224 (0418-001) Video Encoder Blade
AXIS P7224 (0418-001) Video Encoder Blade
AXIS P7224 (0418-001) Video Encoder Blade
AXIS P7224 (0418-001) Video Encoder Blade
AXIS P7224 (0418-001) Video Encoder Blade

AXIS

AXIS P7224 (0418-001) Video Encoder Blade

Sale price$459.00
Discontinued
SKU: P7224 (0418-001)

AXIS P7224 Features

  • Resolution: 176x120 to 720x576,176x120 to 1536x1152 for quad view
  • Video Compression: H.264 (MPEG-4 Part 10/AVC) Baseline and Main Profile Motion JPEG
  • Frame Rate: 30/25 (NTSC/PAL) fps, 15 fps in quad view in full resolution
  • Video Streaming: One individually configured H.264 and one Motion JPEG stream per channel at full frame rate. More streams if identical or limited in frame rate/resolution, Controllable frame rate and bandwidth, & VBR/CBR H.264
  • Image Settings: Compression, color, brightness, contrast, Rotation: 90°, 180°, 270°, Aspect ratio correction, mirroring of images, text and image overlay, privacy mask, enhanced deinterlace filter, video termination, antialiasing, temporal noise filtering
  • Audio Streaming: Two-way, full duplex and half duplex (mic/line input 1/line output). Two-way, full duplex and half duplex (mic/line input 2/line output)
  • Audio input/output: External microphone input or line input, Line level output, Audio streaming, record (AU) and play uploaded (WAV, AU) clips, AU (G.711 µ-law 8-bit 8/16 kHz mono), WAV (PCM 16-bit 8/16 kHz mono)
  • Alarm/Event Management: Video motion detection, active tampering alarm, audio detection, Intelligent video, external inputs, video loss. File upload via FTP, HTTP and email; notification via email, HTTP and TCP; external output activation; video and audio recording to edge storage; pre- and post-alarm video buffering, PTZ preset, play audio clip.
  • Pan/Tilt/Zoom: Wide range of analog PTZ cameras supported (drivers available for download at www.axis.com) Support for one PTZ driver, 100 presets/camera, guard tour, PTZ control queue, Supports Windows compatible joysticks
  • ONVIF: Yes
  • Security: Password protection, IP address filtering, HTTPS* encryption,IEEE 802.1X* network access control, digest authentication, user access log
  • Connectors: 4x analog composite video BNC inputs, 1x Terminal block for four configurable external inputs/outputs (on back of rack), 1x Terminal blocks for RS-485/422 (half duplex, on back of rack), 2x 3.5 mm jacks for microphone or line input (mono), 1x 3.5 mm jack for audio output (mono)
  • Dimensions: 129mm x 30mm
  • Weight: 210 g (0.46 lbs)
  • Operating Temperature: 0 °C - 45 °C (32 °F - 113 °F)
  • Operating Humidity: Humidity 20-80% RH (non-condensing)
  • Power: 12 V DC, max 6 W
  • Casing: Compatible with AXIS 291 1U Video Server Rack or the AXIS Q7900 Rack
  • What's Included: Installation Guide, CD with installation and management tools, software and Users Manual, Windows decoder user licenses
AXIS P7224 Overview

AXIS P7224 Video Encoder Blade is a cost-effective four-channel video encoder blade with great video performance and excellent audio quality. It can simplify migration to network video without upgrading existing camera systems. When AXIS P7224 blades are used with AXIS Q7900 Rack, up to 56 analog cameras can be supported in one 4U, 19-inch rack. The blade can also be used with the AXIS 291 1U Video Server Rack. AXIS P7224 supports all types of analog cameras including PTZ (pan/tilt/zoom) and PTZ domes. The video encoder features both RS-422 and RS-485 for controlling analog PTZ cameras. Configurable inputs/outputs can be connected to external relays and sensors for activating lights, locking/unlocking doors etc. AXIS P7224 is perfect for large analog video installations, especially where an IP network infrastructure is already in place. It is powered from the rack, which simplifies installation. AXIS P7224 can deliver two simultaneous video streams, one in H.264 and another in Motion JPEG, at full frame rate in all resolutions up to D1 (720x480 in NTSC, 720x576 in PAL). The H.264 video compression format drastically reduces bandwidth and storage requirements without compromising image quality. Motion JPEG is supported for increased flexibility.