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Supports connecting 4 IP Cameras through PoE ports on back. 4 IP channels of audio & video inputs connectable; each channel supports up to 1080p resolution with H.264 encoding technology. Two HDD/SSD hard disks with 1T capacity can be plugged for data storage. Ignition start, delay (0 to 6h) shutdown and 24-hour scheduled startup/shutdown. WebcamXP offers quality IP camera viewer software for Windows, which enables users for live monitoring on computer or smartphone from literally anywhere. It gives the possibility to make camera recordings and with that, you can also use this software to do live broadcasts. Talking about the over-all surveillance of your home, I think you should go for iSpy for this.

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System Overview

High definition video

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The CopTrax Police In-Car Video System now records in HD-quality video for sharp, clear video evidence in all types of lighting environments while recording speech and sounds with exceptional clarity.

State-of-the-art H.264 / H.265 video compression keeps video file sizes small.

Automatic video upload

Video evidence is automatically uploaded through either 3G/4G cellular connection or wireless Wi-Fi, based on the fastest transfer available.

When a recording is stopped, the upload process begins immediately without officer interaction.

Video segments are automatically indexed according to date, time, and event identification, and by officer identification, GPS data, vehicle identification, case number, and type of incident. Ethernet and manual USB uploads are also available.

24-hour background recording

No Lost Video Evidence.

Redundant background recording ensures that no law enforcement video evidence is lost by activating automatically when the vehicle’s ignition is turned on. Running in the background, it captures up to 120 hours of video on a separate internal drive.

When the main CopTrax video system records an event, both the event video and the background video are saved.

Officers focus on the task at hand without worrying about recording.

The system fully integrates into the patrol vehicle and can be activated by up to 8 trigger events without officer interaction. Triggers include lightbar activation, siren, speed, and many more software setup presets. This way, officers do what they do best.

Powerful onboard computer

CopTrax ICV System moves video processing tasks from the patrol vehicle’s laptop to its own integrated computer. Doing this has the dual benefit of relieving the patrol vehicle laptop of some of its processing load, while shifting the processor-intensive video tasks into a standardized environment. The interface is controlled by an optional 7″ external monitor with multiple mounting options.

Evidence Files are Safe, Secure, and Department Owned.

Wireless, automatic upload maintains chain of custody by assuring the video evidence is untouched by human hands. Files can be uploaded to the Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) compliant Microsoft Government Azure Cloud storage for 24/7 security, backup redundancy, and high-speed access.

Ownership of evidence files is never a question, and access is never controlled or conditional.

Onboard crash sensor and battery backup

The DVR has an integrated crash sensor which will automatically start a recorded event in the event of a sudden vehicle impact. The sensitivity of the crash sensor is configurable to match your area road conditions.

The built-in battery backup maintains operation even if the vehicle’s battery is fully discharged, allowing an orderly system shutdown during the power outage.

Features of the CopTrax In-car video system

CopTrax has a powerful on-board computer for video processing and upload, redundant background recording, built-in battery backup, and on-board impact sensor. The most advanced in-car video system on the market today is now even better.

Video Resolution1920 x 1080 or 1280 x 720 in high definition
Camera Inputs3 (2 standard + 1 optional)
Wireless microphones2 (1 standard + 1 optional)
Impact SensorYes
Backup BatteryYes
Locking ConnectorsYes
Background Record / redundant recordYes – up to 24 hours of background record
Pre-eventConfigurable up to 2 minutes
Shutdown TimerConfigurable up to 4 hours
Record MethodRecords to solid state DVR – no moving parts
Front camera FOV140° panoramic or 60° with 12X optical zoom (120X digital zoom)
Stalker Body Worn Camera SupportYes
IP camera supportYes
External monitor supportYes – 7' touchscreen
Connection to PCEthernet
Minimum Laptop RequirementWindows 7/8/10 – 32 Bit4GB RAMi-3 Series processor(if used with laptop)
Add or Edit an IP Camera to application

An IP Camera is a digital video device that sends video over an IP network in real time. Captured images from an IP Camera can be viewed on your PC through a network connection. IP Cameras do not plug directly into your computer like webcams.

To connect a new IP camera, click Camera >> Add Camera and select the option IP Camera.

On opening the New Camera Settings dialog, IP Camera Viewer will start searching for both ONVIF and UPnP IP Cameras present in your network. All auto discoverable cameras will be listed in Cameras Found dropdown list as shown below:

Select a camera from the Cameras found dropdown and its associated camera details will be automatically updated on the New Camera Settings dialog. Some cameras require authentication to view the video stream. If your camera does not support ONVIF login, then uncheck the I am using ONVIF login option. Specify the User name and Password using Camera requires authentication checkbox. You can also manually connect to an ONVIF camera present outside your Network by clicking on Test Connection button after entering all the critical details of the camera.

Critical details of the camera include the following fields on UI:

If your IP camera is not compatiable with ONVIF then select the Brand and Model from the drop-down list. If your Model supports MPEG-4 / H.264 then RTSP Port will be visible.

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If your Model is a Video server then the Display Camera dropdown will be visible.

By default, the first camera will be selected. The number of supported cameras in the Video Server will be listed in ascending order.

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The Video resolution drop down list allows you to select a preview resolution for IP Cameras that offer multiple resolutions. If you want, you can name the camera in the Display name option. By default, the Camera Brand and Model will be displayed as the name of the camera.

Use the Rotate video by option when the camera is mounted upside-down, for instance when hanging from a ceiling or under a shelf. You can rotate your camera view by 1o up to 359o. The camera view, and all recorded videos and photos, are rotated by specified angle.

Use the Smart fit camera in window option when you want the camera image to fit in preview window. The camera image will be resized and adjusted according to the size of preview window.

To test if IP Camera Viewer is able to connect to the specified IP Camera, click Test Connection. If successful, the camera video stream will appear in the preview window.

My IP Camera is Not Listed

IP Camera Viewer supports different types of IP cameras. Selecting a specific model tells IP Camera Viewer which URL to use to get the video stream. If your IP Camera is not listed then send following information to our Technical Support Team.

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  • Camera Brand and Model
  • IP address and Port number
  • User name and Password

A profile will be created for your camera Brand or Model. In the next release of IP Camera Viewer, your camera model will be listed in the dropdown.

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