Video decoder

Siqura

S620 D

Universal HD video decoder

S620 D

The Siqura S620 D universal decoder displays different formats video from full HD (1080p) to standard definition (D1, CIF) on a widescreen LCD or LED monitor. It can decode up to 2x full HD H.264 streams and multiple D1 streams. The S620 D acts as a stand-alone decoder and can be configured using its easy-to-use web interface or REST API.

Features

  • Compact multi-channel HD decoder
  • Multi-codec support (MJPEG, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, H.264)
  • Supports 2 monitors
  • x Full HD or 9x Full D1
  • Supports Lip-Sync Audio
  • Intuitive REST API for remote control
  • Compatible with all Siqura cameras and video encoders
  • Compact and VESA mount

Description
The Siqura S620 D universal decoder displays different format video from full HD (1080p) to standard definition (D1, CIF) on a widescreen LCD or LED monitor. It can decode up to 2x full HD H.264 streams and multiple D1 streams. The S620 D acts as a stand-alone decoder and can be configured using its easy-to-use web interface.

Compatibility
The universal decoder supports every camera or encoder which is ONVIF compatible and can connect to most devices based on RTSP or multicast. It is fully compatible and tested with all Siqura branded cameras.
Video and audio The decoder is fitted with one mini HDMI and one mini DisplayPort , which can drive two large screens in different lay-out options. Mini DP output can be converted to HDMI using the supplied adapters. One output may act as spot monitor (1 image), while the other shows all images (2x2 or 3x3 layout, for example). Lip sync audio is available via the display ports and a front panel analogue audio jack.

Design
The compact decoder is based on a 5th generation Intel Core i-3 with stunning graphics and CPU power performance, while the dissipation is kept remarkably low. Designed for 24/7 operation, the decoder is extremely reliable. The small box can easily be mounted on the back of a monitor using the included VESA bracket.

Interfaces
The decoder is controlled by its web interface, ONVIF, and an HTTP based API.