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Euresys has launched the HD8R, an eight-channel HD-SDI / HDcctv video encoder in a 19 inch 1U chassis. It can offer video streaming of up to eight Full HD (1080p30) or HD (720p60) cameras over an IP network.

HD-SDI/HDcctv transports uncompressed digital video from Full HD cameras for industrial applications such as the monitoring of critical processes, production facilities or remote-controlled machinery. Live video is available for display on local monitors before being fed to the encoder and streamed over the IP network for recording or remote display.

HD-SDI/HDcctv uses the same coaxial cables as analogue (up to 100 metres of standard RG59 coaxial cables) for new or existing installations, which keeps upgrade-to-HD costs down in applications such as the video-surveillance of public, commercial or social infrastructure. is as secure as analogue video, as there is no way to hack into an IP network from a HD-SDI video camera or cable.

The system features a H.264 encoder that can deliver up to three encoded streams per camera. With the HD8R, HD video can be streamed, viewed, analysed and stored anywhere on an IP video-surveillance network.