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HAI 87A00-1 Camera Server DISCONTINUED

HAI 87A00-1 Camera Server DISCONTINUED

The HAI Camera Server converts up to 4 analog surveillance camera signals, including HAI’s Indoor Dome Camera (68A01-1) and Day/Night Bullet Camera (68A02-1), to IP video streams. These streams are viewed via the Camera Server's embedded web server or through its output for a camera monitor.

The Camera Server has PTZ and audio support. It supports a maximum of 640 x 480 resolution, and its output is in MJPEG format.

The HAI Camera Server may be installed stand-alone or with an HAI home control system.

Cameras may be viewed at home or over the Internet using a Web browser or Snap-Link (1120). Cameras maybe viewed on an HAI portable OmniTouch 10p Touchscreen (67A00-1) or in-wall OmniTouch 5.7e Touchscreen (53A00-2), using HAI Automation Studio (1126).

Cameras may also be viewed on a handheld mobile device, such as a PDA, Smartphone, or other device running Windows® Mobile operating system, using HAI Snap-Link Mobile (1120M) or HAI WL3 (1112). BlackBerry™ phones require HAI WL3 to view cameras. iPhone™ users may view cameras without any additional software.

Click to view HAI Camera Server Tech Sheet

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