SKU: 2E-VCS-4KZ

This conferencing system – camera, speakerphone and hub – is useful for organizing video conferences with colleagues, partners or clients located in other places. The camera transmits 4K video, the speakerphone transmits sound, and PTZ technology allows you to control the direction, tilt and zoom of the camera. This system makes it easier to communicate, collaborate, and share information at a distance.

  • PTZ camera with Sony CMOS sensor
  • 12x optical zoom
  • 360° Voice Pickup function
  • DP, HDMI, RS232/RS485, USB-C connectors
  • H.264, H.265, MJPG, YUY2 formats
  • Supports Zoom, Skype for Business, Microsoft Lync (Teams), VooV Meeting, CISCO, WebEx
Characteristics
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Type Video Conference System
Camera zoom 12x zoom
Camera image sensor 1/2.8″ SONY CMOS
Effective camera pixels 8.29MP
Focal length f=3.9mm-46.8mm
Camera aperture F1.6-2.8
Camera resolution 4K30,1080P-60/50/30/25fps, 720P-60/50/30/25fps
Camera angle of view 70.82°(W) - 6.48°(T)
Camera focus Auto/Manual
Camera digitl noise reduction 2D&3D
Camera exposure Auto/Manual
Camera video interfaces HDMI, DisplatPort
Video compression format H.264, H.265, MJPG, YUY2
Camera protocol VISCA/Pelco-D/Pelco-P
Camera data transfer speed 9600/4800/38400/2400
Camera rotation angles ±175°,-90° +90°
Camera horizontal speed 0.1 -80°/sec
Camera vertical speed 0.1-60°/sec
Number of presets 10 for Remote Control, 255 for Pelco-D, 32 for Pelco-P, 7 for Visca
Speakerphone echo cancellation >65dB
Speakerphone speaker 4Ом 5W
Speakerphone volume 120dB
Speakerphone frequency 135Hz-20Hz
Speakerphone sound pickup radius 6m
Microphone sensitivity -27dBFS
Speakerphone signal-to-noise ratio 62dB
Speakerphone interfaces DisplayPort, Bluetooth
Hub interfaces 2xDisplatPort; Power connection; USB Type-C
Hub power supply DC 12V
Operating systems Windows 7 or higher; Android, Mac OS 10.10 or higher, Linux (Required to support UVC.)
Compatibility Zoom, MS Teams, Skype and etc.
Power DC 12V, 2.0A (Max.)
Storage temperature -10°C…~+60°C
Storage humidity 20% ~90%
Operating temperature -10°C…~+50°C
Operating humidity 20% ~80%
Camera dimensions 171.6x192.6x171.6mm
Speakerphone dimensions 180x37.4mm
Hub dimensions 98x98x20mm
Package contents Video conference camera - 1 pc., speakerphone - 1 pc., hub - 1 pc., remote control - 1 pc., DM cables (5 m) - 2 pcs., USB cable (3 m) - 1 pc., power supply unit - 1 pc., fasteners, manual
Manufactured China

Camera and speakerphone

The 2E-VCS-4KZ video conferencing system is the best solution for medium and large conferences. The conference system includes a PTZ camera with Sony CMOS sensor and 4K UltraHD resolution, as well as 12x optical zoom. The speakerphone is designed with a hub and 360° Voice Pickup function.

Camera connection multi-interface

The 2E 4K ZOOM video conferencing system can be connected to various devices via DP, HDMI, RS232/RS485 connectors. The hub has four interfaces: one for power, two DP and one USB-C, through which a USB-C/USB-A cable connects the system to the laptop.
The system is compatible with popular video conferencing applications. Supports Zoom, Skype for Business, Microsoft Lync (Teams), VooV Meeting, CISCO, WebEx and other conferencing applications.

Video formats

The camera supports several popular video formats to choose from, including H.264, H.265, MJPG, YUY2, as well as various methods of encoding and compressing video data, which have their own advantages and disadvantages. H.264 is a standard format for high-quality video providing a high compression ratio without noticeable loss of quality. H.265 is a new format that is the successor to H.264. It provides even greater reduction in bandwidth and file size while maintaining the same level of quality. Serves for transferring and storing high-resolution 4K and 8K video. MJPG is a format consisting of a sequence of images in JPEG format. It does not involve inter-frame compression, so the file is large, but provides high quality and ease of processing. Often used in webcams and IP cameras.
YUY2 is a format that uses a 4:2:2 chroma subsampling scheme. It uses 16 bits per two pixels. The file size is smaller than MJPG, but there is some loss of color detail. It is also often used in webcams and IP cameras.

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