Product Id: 27142200
Description: Bosch MIC Series IP Power Supply MIC-IP-PS-115 - Video/audio encoder
Mfr Part #: MIC-IP-PS-115
A full range of MIC Series power supply units (PSUs), with integrated Bosch IP technology and built-in support for NTCIP protocol, provides all connections for power, telemetry and video for MIC Series cameras. These MIC IP PSUs ensure that the cameras can be installed in a variety of locations, including low voltage and mobile applications. They conform to the National Transportation Communications for ITS Protocol (NTCIP) specification. NTCIP conformance ensures that the MIC IP PSU integrates with transportation management devices.
Each power supply has UL, CE, and FCC approval, is rated to IP67, supports 50/60 Hz, and comes in a selection of input voltages. The PSU housing also has slots for optional cards, such as the 8-channel alarm card including washer pump drive (MIC-ALM). The built-in encoder features DVD-like quality H.264 video, at up to 25/30 images per second, over IP networks. It provides Dual Streaming (two independently configurable video streams) and bidirectional audio communication in parallel to video, and supports Bosch VCA algorithms.
- MIC power supply with IVA-enabled, integrated Bosch IP technology provides video and control over IP
- Easy-to-install, IP67-rated enclosure has high tolerance to vibration/shock for both indoor and outdoor installations
- Supports optional, user-installed Bosch Ethernet fiber optic
- NTCIP and ONVIF conformant encoder; integrates with transportation management devices and provides interoperability with other conformant systems
- Local storage on SD or SDHC card for flexible recording options
With built-in video content analysis, the MIC IP PSU reinforces the Intelligence-at-the-Edge concept where edge devices become increasingly intelligent. The MIC IP PSU comes with built-in MOTION+ video motion detection. This motion detection algorithm is based on pixel change and includes object size filtering capabilities and sophisticated tamper detection capabilities. Bosch offers more advanced video content analysis (VCA) applications with its Intelligent Video Analysis (IVA). An enabled option, it bases the IVA algorithm on digital imaging technology that uses multi-level image analysis of pixel, texture, and motion (trajectory) changes.
The MIC IP PSU offers unparalleled recording flexibility. Record on network-attached RAID iSCSI storage devices or locally on a user-supplied SD or SDHC card (32 GB maximum). The built-in iSCSI support enables the MIC IP PSU to act as a conventional DVR while streaming high-performance live video across the network.
- Dual streaming and dual H.264 recording
The MIC IP PSU uses Dual streaming to generate two independent IP video streams per channel if sufficient computational power is available. This allows viewing and recording at two different quality levels to save disk space and bandwidth. On alarm, they can send an e-mail with JPEG images attached.
- Recording profiles
The MIC IP PSU features a highly flexible recording scheduler, providing up to ten programmable recording profiles and allowing individually assigned camera profiles. With these profiles, you can accelerate the frame rate as well as increase the resolution on alarm, saving recording space during non-alarm periods.
- Access security
The MIC IP PSU offers various security levels for accessing the network, the unit, and the data channels. As well as password protection with three levels, it supports 802.1x authentication using a RADIUS server for identification. You can secure Web browser access by HTTPS using a SSL certificate that is stored in the unit. For total data protection, each communication channel - video, audio, or serial I/O - can be independently AES encrypted with 128‑bit keys, once the Encryption Site License has been applied.
- ONVIF conformance
The MIC IP PSU conforms to the ONVIF (Open Network Video Interface Forum) specification which guarantees interoperability between network video products regardless of manufacturer. ONVIF conformant devices are able to exchange live video, audio, metadata and control information. They are automatically discovered and connected to network applications such as video management systems.