Vista releases industry-first IP monitor
Vista is pleased to announce the release of its new, industry-first IP monitors, designed to remotely display images on an IP system without the need for a PC or client software.
Until now, the standard solution to remotely display images on an IP system has been to use an analogue camera looped through a monitor and into an encoder, which results in a lower resolution D1 image. The new 24” and 32” IP networked monitors from Vista have an in-built hardware decoder and can display high-definition, 1080p video from a single stream or four D1 streams from separate cameras in quad format.
Focused on the user experience, they are extremely simple to set up via a mouse-driven GUI. Because they’re based on ONVIF, they decode streams from the Vista range of IP cameras as well as 3rd party cameras – providing the user with the greatest flexibility possible.
Bob Forehand, Product Manager for Vista, comments: “These IP monitors are a great example of Vista’s drive to provide customers with highly relevant solutions before anyone else in the market. They’re ideal for use as public display monitors in retail, as well as for use in receptions in commercial premises and hospitals. They also make great staff awareness monitors in areas such as petrol stations.”
Built-in IP decoder
Removes the need for additional PCs and clients to remotely display images on IP systems
Full HD images
Gives crystal clear identification
Full screen or quad displays
The monitor can be programmed to display any 4 cameras from the network
Allows the display of images from multiple manufacturers’ cameras
Mouse driven OSD menus
Very simple set up procedure