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Geovision 84-DSLPR-300U GV-DSP LPR V3 1 Port Linux

SKU# 84-DSLPR-300U

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Price: $550.80

Quick Overview



    • 1/2.5’’ Progressive Scan CMOS

    • Non-PC based solution for 1 port traffic or mobile license plate recognition

    • Wide operating temperature range

    • Web-based configuration for image, security settings and firmware upgrade

    • Recognition triggered by video motion detection or sensor inputs

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The 84-DSLPR-300U from Geovision is a GV-DSP LPR V3 1 port linux. The GV-DSP LPR is a Linux-based system built in a small box without a fan and hard drive. Integrating with a Web server, the GV-DSP LPR can deliver live images and host its own Web site, as well as sending recognition results and captured images to the GV-LPR System and GV-LPR Center. The GV-DSP LPR is beneficial for license plate recognition over long distance and in an outdoor environment.

Features

  • 1/2.5’’ Progressive Scan CMOS
  • Non-PC based solution for 1 port traffic or mobile license plate recognition
  • Wide operating temperature range
  • Web-based configuration for image, security settings and firmware upgrade
  • Recognition triggered by video motion detection or sensor inputs
  • Compatible with GV?LPR System and GV LPR Center
  • Digital watermark
  • Hardware watchdog
  • IP address filtering
  • Wi-Fi
  • UMTS
  • GPS tracking
  • Recognition results, images and live videos compatible with other system through OCX SDK
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Specifications

 SKU 84-DSLPR-300U
 Manufacturer Geovision
 HDD N/A
 Camera Type N/A
 System Type N/A
 Features N/A
 Software Type N/A
 Number of Channels 1 Channel
 Features License Plate Recognition
 Video Compression JPEG
 Operating System No
 Mobile Phone / PDA No
 protocol HTTP, TCP, UDP, DHCP, NTP, DDNS
 Video Analytics N/A
 Access Control N/A
 ATM / POS N/A
 Alarm Panel N/A
 Video Wall N/A
 License Plate Recognition N/A
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