Vivotek SC8131 Features
- CPU: Multimedia SoC (System-on-Chip)
- Flash: 256 MB
- RAM: 512 MB
- Image Sensor: 1/3" Progressive CMOS
- Maximum Frame Rate: 15 fps @ 2560x960
- On-board Storage: MicroSD/SDHC/SDXC card slot
- Compression: H.264 & MJPEG
- Maximum Streams: 3 simultaneous streams
- Meta Data Format: JSON
- Connectors: RJ-45 for Network/PoE connection DI/DO, USB 2.0 (Only as a power bank, not for data transmission), MicroSD Slot
- LED Indicator: System power and status indicator
- Power Input: IEEE 802.3af PoE Class 3
- Power Consumption: PoE: Max.12.95W, USB: Max. 300mA
- Dimensions: 160 (D) x 70 (W) x 38 (H) mm
- Weight: 396 g
- Safety Certifications: CE, LVD, FCC Class B, VCCI, C-Tick, UL
- Operating Temperature: Starting Temperature: 0°C ~ 40°C (32°F ~ 104°F), Working Temperature: -10°C ~ 40°C (14°F ~ 104°F)
- Warranty: 36 months
- Included Accessories: Quick installation guide, mounting bracket, screw pack
Vivotek SC8131 Overview
VIVOTEK’s SC8131 is a stereo counting camera, armed with VIVOTEK’s 3D Depth Technology and video surveillance functionality, providing 2-Megapixel real-time precise tracking video and high accuracy counting up to 98%. The stereo camera generates data information such as people counting, flow path tracking that applied to in store layout improvement, promotional evaluation, staff planning, and the control of service times, providing business owners key metrics to effectively make operating decisions and increase ROI.
Mounted over a store entrance, the dual-lens camera enables the stereo vision to accurately track the 3D positions of objects moving across the field of view. Adults or children, single individuals or groups, can be distinguished from non-human objects such as shopping carts and strollers, providing accurate counting analytics even at the busiest and most congested times.
Furthermore, seamless integration with VCA (video content analysis) reports in VIVOTEK’s VAST, the metadata is displayed in comprehensive graphs and line charts, making the SC8131 ideal for retail analytics. The computation of height disparity data is embedded in the stereo camera, instead of sending video streams to a dedicated computer running a separate analytics software. The counting solution saves bandwidth and reduces the risk of data loss in the event of network or power disruption.