EIZO Announces 46-inch IP Decoding Monitor for Security and Surveillance Environments

EIZO today announced a 46-inch IP decoding monitor– DuraVision FDF4627W-IP, for security and surveillance environments. The EIZO DuraVision FDF4627W-IP comes equipped with decoding technology that ensures that images are displayed with no delay and are true to the original source data. This eliminates the need for an additional decoder, simplifying the installation area. The VESA mount configuration makes it easy to install the monitor on a wall or ceiling. The monitor does not require a PC to operate, significantly reducing the time, costs, and labor of installation while also simplifying cable management.
Duravision_FDF4627W-IP_monitorVideo from up to sixteen separate IP security cameras can be displayed simultaneously across the monitor’s large 46-inch screen. This provides ample space for clearly viewing multiple video feeds at once in security and surveillance environments. Operators can select from five different video layout options to suit their needs. Video layout and camera options are adjustable manually using the included remote control or via a user-friendly web UI for flexible operation. The monitor’s high brightness of 700 cd/m2 and 4000:1 contrast ratio provide exceptional visibility in a variety of security and surveillance environments.
DuraVision FDF4627W-IP_smart_insightThe DuraVision FDF4627W-IP is equipped with EIZO’s Smart Insight visibility-enhancing technology, which automatically detects areas of the screen that are too dark and difficult to see and adjusts the brightness of each pixel. It’s Smart Resolution blur-reduction technology which corrects blurred areas without over-accentuating noise for a sharper image. In addition, noise-reduction technology minimizes the amount of block noise that results from video compression. EIZO which means image in Japanese is a visual technology company that develops and manufactures high-end display solutions and is headquartered in Hakusan, Japan.

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