The VA-813T video tracking host can cooperate with the high-speed dome camera and the VA-8100 wireless series conference host to realize the video tracking function of the conference microphone. With the software module with video tracking, the tracking setting can be quickly and easily established, and the high-speed ball can be quickly controlled. The camera and various standard protocol pan/tilt, with fast switching video images, cruise track settings, preset position rotation, and various high-speed ball control requirements, the host panel with control buttons and remote control, simple and intuitive.
Built-in video switching matrix (8 input 2 output, can be expanded to more) with remote control
Up to 255 camera position tracking control points in a single unit.
Support two high speed cloud ball protocols. (Pelco-D baud rate 9600, VISCA baud rate 9600)
The central processing unit can communicate with external devices such as a computer or a video switching matrix through the RS-232 port, and has a linkage control function.
The high-speed dome camera tracks the last microphone position in all the delegates. When the last opened microphone is turned off, the high-speed dome camera tracks back to the previous tracking point. When all the conference microphones are closed, the camera automatically resets to the standby position.
When you are away from the computer, you can use the host panel buttons to preset the camera position, or you can preset it with the remote control.
Supports high-definition camera balls, which can be selected according to different HD interfaces (HDMI or RGB matrix).
Digital design for use with video tracking setup software
Can display camera number, preset point, speed and other parameters
Programmable preset points, auto cruise, etc.
Can directly control camera action up/down/left/right, zoom in/out, focus, etc.
Direct control of image switching between multiple cameras
Programmable control, with preset points, auto cruise, etc.
Support RS-232, RS-422 control protocol, control distance up to 1200 meters
Control point figure