Premiere of the AXIS 241 video server family

Product Profile

Axis Communications exhibited the new AXIS 241 video server family, the first product family in the next generation of video products built around the new ARTPEC-2 video compression chip.  Based on the feature set of the world's most sold video server, this new family will add vital functions such as full frame rate simultaneously on all channels, powerful event management based on triggered or scheduled events and built-in Video Motion Detection.

Key function enhancements include:
  • High quality full frame rate video on all channels simultaneously
  • 10 different resolutions up to 768 x 576 (PAL)
  • five different compression options
  • Built-in Video Motion Detection
  • Advanced event handling with multiple ways of notification and video uploading
  • Security package, incl. HTTPS, IP address filtering and more.
  • Extended integration possibilities through extended API (AMC).
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Technical Specification

Make Axis Communications
Manufacturer Axis Communications
Model code AXIS 241Q/S
Video Inputs 4 channels
Video Outputs 1
Interface 10Base-T/100Base-TX Ethernet
Resolution TVL 768 x 576
Image per second (IPS) 25/30
System Requirements System Requirements: Windows/Linux/Unix/Mac OS/Mac OS X operating system, MS Explorer/Netscape/Mozilla browsers
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 42 x 140 x 155
Weight g: 540
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 7 ~ 20
Environmental Specifications Operating Temperature oC: 5 ~ 50
Operating Humidity %: 20 ~ 80%
Video Inputs Overview Analogue composite video inputs (BNC)
Additional info The AXIS 241 is a video server designed for professional IP-Surveillance systems where specific camera feature needs are required. This high performance video server is ideal as an integrated part of a large system. Network utilization is optimised with built-in video motion detection and a complete set of security features such as HTTPS and IP address filtering adds value for the demanding customer.
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