AXIS 2400 Video Server
- Dial-up connection via modem as well as direct connection to Ethernet networks
- PHP3 script support for developing your own application scripts
- Support for additional Pan/Tilt/Zoom devices
- Linux operating system
- Works with the AXIS 2191 Audio Module
- Wireless connectivity with the 802.11b Wireless Device Point
- Access to a power outlet not needed with use of Power over LAN Midspan and Active Splitter from Axis
The AXIS 2400 is a high-performance video server designed for professional surveillance applications. It can network up to four analog cameras -- a cost-effective single-box solution for transmitting digital video over intranet networks or the Internet.
Easy to install and use, the AXIS 2400 enables you to have a professional surveillance application up and running in minutes. Your system can be as open or closed as needed.
The application possibilities for the AXIS 2400 Video Server are limitless: remote monitoring, security systems, alarms verification, traffic surveillance, railway monitoring, airports, banks, manufacturing plants, process monitoring, remote image archiving, remote administration, shops, gas stations, car parks, and much more.
Users can enhance their existing CCTV systems with an AXIS 2400 Video Server and instantly have a state-of-the-art remote monitoring system – no expensive software, dedicated monitors or expensive coax cabling is required. All that is needed is a standard PC with network access.
Almost everything connectable
Based on worldwide standards, the AXIS 2400 Video Server seamlessly connects to a whole range of different Ethernet devices, such as Wireless Ethernet and Ethernet to ISDN, PSTN, xDSL or cable modem routers. This open standard approach to design gives the freedom to choose optimal transmission media for the specific application.
AXIS 2400: System overview
The AXIS 2400 Video Server helps you migrate your existing CCTV system into the digital world. One unit can network up to 4 analog cameras - a cost-effective solution for transmitting high-quality digital video over computer networks.
Bridging the analog-digital technology gap, the AXIS 2400 complements any previous investments in analog cameras and avoids extended problems with complex coaxial cabling.