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STE-1200 (CCTV Security Camera Tester) « XFTP by Trilithic « Downloads

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The STE-1200™ CCTV Security Tester from XFTP by Trilithic is used for the installation and maintenance of closed circuit video monitoring systems. The unit can be used to display video feeds directly from security cameras, control the movement of Pan-Tilt-Zoom (PTZ) cameras, generate colorbar test images, capture addressing data from serial control systems, and test LAN cables.

These functions along with easy operation and portability makes it simple for a CCTV Technician to install and maintain CCTV systems, improving work efficiency by reducing time in the field.

The STE-1200 makes adjustments to PTZ controllers quick and simple. Support for more than 20 PTZ protocols such as PELCO and Samsung allow for easy adjustments. These adjustments include zooming, panning, tilting, adjusting focus, and creating preset positions for security cameras. Live video can also be displayed and generated in both NTSC and PAL formats.

The STE-1200 can be used to capture and analyze data from RS485 cable. It can also test cable in local area networks by displaying the connection status, sequence, and cable number. The STE-1200 is capable of baud rates ranging from 150, and 600 to 19200 bps along with support for RS232, RS485, and RS422 interfaces.

•3.5 Inch TFT LCD, 960 x 240 Resolution
•12 VDC, 1A Power Output for Camera
•Audio Input Testing
•Supports Pan-Tilt-Zoom Control for More than Twenty PTZ Protocols
•Automatically Adapts and Displays Video from NTSC or PAL Cameras
•PAL or NTSC Multi-System Colorbar Video Generator
•Captures and Analyzes RS232 and RS485 Controlling Data