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  • Please explain: VIQS (Variable image quality on specified area)

    A technology allows for selecting a desired area of the image to be set at highest image quality while the unselected areas maintain a lower quality. This increases efficiencies in bandwidth usage ...

    • No:317
    • Open Date:2013/03/04 13:40
  • What is PoE+ (Power over Ethernet Plus)?

    PoE+ (PoE Plus) is a standard with which PoE is upward compatible. Some models of network cameras with the PTZ (pan-tilt-zoom) function need to be connected to a hub compatible with PoE+. A ma...

    • No:6697
    • Open Date:2017/12/01 15:29
  • What is IR LED (infrared LED)?

    IR LED is infrared LED lighting, which allows shooting even in a zero-lux illuminance condition.

    • No:6694
    • Open Date:2017/12/01 15:28
  • What is ONVIF (Open Network Video Interface Forum)?

    ONVIF is a forum that provides standardized interface specifications for IP-based security products, including network cameras and video products. The products complied with ONVIF can be contro...

    • No:6692
    • Open Date:2017/12/01 15:27
  • What kind of function is HLC (high light compensation)?

    This function reduces the overexposure of objects even when the camera is exposed to car headlights.

    • No:6685
    • Open Date:2017/11/30 18:48
  • What is Zoom? 

    Zoom is a viewing angle control by zooming in and out.

    • No:6684
    • Open Date:2017/11/30 18:48
  • What is Tilt? 

    Tilt is a camera angle control by vertically swinging the camera.

    • No:6683
    • Open Date:2017/11/30 18:50
  • Please explain: DNS (Domain Name System)

    The long lists of numbers or IP addresses that are used in network environments are difficult to remember, which makes them impractical. This is why PCs are given an easy-to-follow name (domain nam...

    • No:380
    • Open Date:2013/03/04 13:40
  • Please explain: Event recording

    Function for starting recording automatically when an event occurs. Event recording includes Pre-event recording that records images before the event and Event recording that records images after t...

    • No:375
    • Open Date:2013/03/04 13:40
  • Please explain: Primary (DNS) server

    DNS servers usually have more than 2 systems and the primary server is the main system.

    • No:342
    • Open Date:2013/03/04 13:40

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