Genetec™ analog encoder cards - SVA-100E | SVA-101E | SV-100E | SV-300E | SV-300E-T4 16.4

Streamvault™ Appliance 16.4 Quick Start Guide

series
SVA-100E | SVA-101E | SV-100E | SV-300E | SV-300E-T4 16.4
revised_modified
2020-07-07

If you are using a Streamvault™ appliance to implement a video surveillance system with analog cameras, you must connect the cameras to the Genetec™ analog encoder card on the appliance.

Analog encoder card specifications

The following specifications apply to Streamvault™ appliances that include the analog video card:

  • 8 or 16 analog video inputs, depending on which card is installed
  • 4CIF max video resolution
  • Maximum frame rate: 30 fps
  • Supports H.264 compression format
Limitation: For the analog encoder card to be able to record, your Streamvault™ appliance must have a network connection. If a network connection is unavailable, you must configure a loopback interface so that the encoder card can function properly.

About connecting analog cameras

If your Streamvault™ appliance includes the Genetec™ analog encoder card, it is shipped with a breakout cable with BNC connectors to connect the analog cameras directly to the built-in encoder card.

About adding analog cameras in Security Center

To add analog cameras in Security Center you must use the Unit enrollment tool. For more information see About the Unit enrollment tool.

Consider the following when adding analog cameras:

  • You cannot add analog cameras in Security Center using the Manual add method. You must use the Unit enrollment tool.
  • To discover new units and use the Unit enrollment tool, you must connect to Config Tool locally.
  • When selecting the camera's manufacturer in the Unit enrollment tool, all analog cameras are listed under the manufacturer Genetec™ encoder card.