Miniature Surveillance System
Features of the RAPC Miniature Surveillance System:
- The use of miniature wide-angle cameras permits the capture of video anywhere.
- The latest miniature wide-angle cameras have total size of less than ½” cubed, and can be mounted and directed wherever required.
- The latest miniature cameras can operate in low light conditions.
- The wide viewing angle that can be achieved is at least 140 degrees.
- The video processor can accept one or more video signals.
- The video processor can insert a time-stamp (from an internal real-time clock) onto each video image.
- The data from the camera(s) can be recorded onto Compact Flash memory, which has size of 1.43" x 1.68" x 0.13".
- Industrial Compact Flash cards can store data for up to 10 years.
- The video processor and memory can operate over high-shock (10 G) forces and over a wide temperature range -40 degF to +185 degF (-40 degC to +85 degC).
The amount of video data that can be stored on a single Compact Flash depends upon:
- The capacity of the Compact Flash card.
- The video data frame rate (how many images per second)
- The video resolution (how sharp/clear is the image)
- The video compression used to store the video data (MPEG-3, MPEG4 etc).