RD-85L Compact Rapid Deploy Remote Access PTZ  10x Optical Zoom HD 960P Day/ Night Outdoor IP CameraZoom

RD-85L Compact Rapid Deploy Remote Access PTZ 10x Optical Zoom HD 960P Day/ Night Outdoor IP Camera

Item# RD-85L

Compact Size and Light Weight 4G/LTE PTZ Camera

The RD-85L is a mobile camera system that can be monitored and controlled remotely.
This system Includes a high-resolution color PTZ camera, Pre-configured wireless 4G/LTE modem
and a super duty Rechargeable mobile batteries with 8Hrs battery life. The camera and its
components are mounted on a Light duty tripod with specially engineered quick
connect assemblies for easy set up and breakdown. Tripod can be extended up to 10 feet tall.

The camera's 10x motor-driven optical lens has digital multiplier providing higher total zoom.
Pan, Tilt, and Zoom functions can be controlled automatically and precisely from anywhere
in seconds. These features and much other features can be found on the camera's built-in
web-server. The RD-85L camera system comes with a DVR video recording software that can
connect up to 16 RD-85L cameras or other similar AES IP cameras.

The RD-85L has a high performance low-light Day/night HD 960P sensor. The Day/night option
can be enabled or disabled instantly. When enabled, the camera can switch into Black/White night
mode when surrounding light is low. 6 IR LED Lights will illuminate about 150 feet in the total dark
conditions. Auto Focus can be enabled to immediately adjust clarity when the camera is zooming
in and out and/or Panning and Tilting.

The RD-85L's 4G/LTE wireless network makes connecting to the camera easy. Zero configuration,
zero setup. The only setup is connecting the battery. When the battery is connected, full access
to the camera will be available in less than 1 minutes. All these features make the RD-85L the best
tool for law enforcement tactics, natural disaster evaluation, public events, hazardous environment
monitoring, remote monitoring, construction management, and any other operation where a camera
would be safer and more practical than an actual person.
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