Voice and video management systems developer has announced that it is launching four new new pan–tilt–zoom camera integration/extension, including a new ceiling mount
Sound Control Technologies (SCT) will be using ISE 2018 (Booth 11-F160) in Amsterdam’s RAI convention centre next month to unveil four new “ground-breaking” solutions in the RemoteCam product portfolio for digital PTZ cameras.
The new RemoteCam6 (RC6-CST), has been designed to deliver – what the firm states is a “reliable” and “cost effective” link between the Cisco SX80 and SpeakerTrack 60.
It will enable Dual HDMI, Ethernet control and power to the SpeakerTrack 60 over a single CAT6 cable. The RC6-CST is an industry exclusive.
The new RemoteCam7 (RC7-PD2) which has been designed to support Polycom Group Series codecs and the EagleEye Director II (pictured right). This product enables HDCI video, Analog audio, RS232 control, IR control and power to the Director II over a single CAT5e or CAT6 cable. The RC7-PD2 is an industry exclusive.
In addition, the latest in SCT’s RemoteCam5 product line, the RC5-RKP will be launched, which supports the Cisco Quad Camera and Codec Plus or SX80 codecs. Like the rest of the RemoteCam5™ products, this enables HDMI and Ethernet control plus power to the Quad Camera over a single CAT5e or CAT6 cable. The RC5-RKP™ is an industry exclusive.
All three new RemoteCam solutions deliver power up to a distance of 300’ feet over a single CAT5e or CAT6 cable
That’s not all…
Also showing from SCT are the RCS and RCT Series Ceiling Mounts (pictured above). The RCS Series solutions are sheetrock ceiling mounts designed for the Cisco Precision 60, PHD 12x, Precision 40 and Polycom EagleEye IV cameras.
These three-piece, all-metal solutions come with a common back box and mounting plate, and they become camera-specific with a custom cradle to securely hold the base of the camera.
The RCT Series’ acoustic tile ceiling mounts are designed for the Cisco Precision 60, PHD 12x, Precision 40 and Polycom EagleEye IV cameras. These three-piece, all-metal solutions come with a tile bar, plenum box and become camera-specific with a custom cradle to securely hold the base of the camera.
“SCT has forged a first-class reputation, which is growing steadily in Europe, and ISE will provide an ideal stage from which we can showcase our latest products,” said David Neaderland, CEO of SCT. “There is an increasing demand for stable camera integration solutions that offer multiple codec and camera interfaces, over increased distances. Our solutions connect cameras over Cat-5 or Cat-6 cables far beyond the usual 5 or 6 meter HDMI distance limitation. Our solutions provide the necessary power, control and video connections that ensure uninterrupted, stable links between the camera and the codec in all application scenarios.”