You May Have A Need! Analog to IP Converter!


How does it work? 

Connect your existing analog cameras with BNC connectors into the Bolide video encoder.  There is currently a 1-channel and an upcoming 4-channel encoder available.  One Ethernet Cat5 cable also connects to the Bolide video encoder which simply connects your CCTV cameras to your network.  It is really that simple!

Once your CCTV cameras are converted to IP technology, you are now free to use any IP surveillance software or service available on the market today.  Better yet, access your entire system from any PC using a web-browser.  No software is needed and ongoing support and updates are included! 

Specs: 

Bolide BN5001 video server features built-in webserver and network interface, it also supports http data encryption algorithm to ensure the safety of transmission network data. 









  •  Video compression: H.264, Multi-Stream
  •  Audio compression: G723. 1/6.3kbps, Two Way Audio
  •  RS-485 for external device control (Pan/Tilt/Zoom control)
  •  Built-in SD Card Socket
  •  PoE Support
  •  Powerful SDK for software integration
  • Support multi level user password protection and IP address filtering
  •  Allow authorized users to configure the network cameras and access modifications
  •  Support for RTP/RTCP, TCP/UDP, IPv4/IPv6, HTTP, DHCP, DNS Client, PPPoE, DDNS etc. Transfer Protocol

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