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  • What kind of standard is IEEE 802.1X?

    IEEE 802.1X is an IEEE standard for wired/wireless LAN authentication. 

    • No:6689
    • Open Date:2017/11/30 18:52
  • What are privacy zones?

    Privacy zones are areas that users do not want to display (record) in the shooting screen.

    • No:6688
    • Open Date:2017/11/30 18:26
  • What is the dehumidification device?

    It is a device that directly removes humidity in the camera by electrolysis.

    • No:6686
    • Open Date:2017/11/30 18:51
  • 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 kind of standard is IK10?

    IK10 is one of the IK code numbers specified by IEC 62262. The IK code number corresponds to the following impact conditions. IK10 denotes impact conditions where a 5 kg weight is dropped fr...

    • No:6679
    • Open Date:2017/11/30 18:25
  • What kind of standard is IEC 62262?

    IEC 62262 is a standard for degrees of protection of enclosures for electrical equipment against external mechanical impacts. The protection degrees are denoted by IK code numbers corresponding...

    • No:6678
    • Open Date:2017/11/30 18:47
  • What is JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group)?

    JPEG is a file format for compressing still images with a high compression ratio. Users can set the compression ratio to a range from several tens of percent to a few percent. However, the higher ...

    • No:6677
    • Open Date:2017/11/30 18:47
  • Please explain: Administrator

    Indicates a person responsible for management and operation of this software.

    • No:390
    • Open Date:2013/03/04 13:40
  • Please explain: Bit rate

    Indicates how many bits of data can be processed or transmitted in a unit of time. Generally, the units are in bps, or bits per second. Used to indicate the compression rate of video and audio data...

    • No:389
    • Open Date:2013/03/04 13:40

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