A flipping, recessed ceiling camera from Vaddio, the RoboFLIP 30 HDBT, is shipping and fully rotates into its enclosure when in standby mode, allowing room occupants a visual assurance that video feeds are not active. The RoboFLIP is a native [email protected] resolution camera (via HDBaseT and HDMI) using the Exmor R CMOS sensor.
Equipped with 30x optical zoom, the RoboFLIP camera captures video from greater distances and the HDBT output of the camera allows for flexible installation options. Power with a PoE++ network switch or mid-span power injector for an IP streaming configuration, or connect to an HDBT video switch or OneLINK extension system for a variety of video outputs. Depending on the OneLINK system you choose, you can have options such as HD-SDI, HDMI, USB and IP streaming.
Take control of the RoboFLIP in a number of different ways. The camera comes with an IR remote control, plus Telnet and Serial RS-232 for connection to an external third-party controller. RoboFLIP is also compatible with Vaddio’s recently released Device Controller, for touch panel control of the cameras pan, tilt, zoom, presets and more. Within its modern web-based user interface, integrators can adjust 16 stored PTZ presets, color, white balance and focus, access system diagnostic logs, streaming settings and more.
Vaddio’s successful architectural camera line, the RoboFLIP camera is straightforward to install. The camera has only one connection point, a HDBT port, that provides PoE++ power, video, control and network. Clean line and minimalistic design provides another great architectural videoconferencing solution for interior designers.