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EIZO's IP decoding solutions provide high performance, long-term reliability, and flexible installation to a wide range of environments.
The DuraVision DX0211-IP connects to an IP camera or switch and streams video directly to a connected monitor. It does not require a PC, software, or other hardware to operate, greatly simplifying installation and saving on time and labor costs. This also eliminates several potential points of failure and addresses security concerns typical of a conventional setup by heavily reducing the amount of equipment needed to manage sensitive visual data.
Innovative Decoding Technology in Box Form
The DuraVision DX0211-IP brings EIZO's innovative decoding technology from its unique IP decoding monitors to an external box format. It decodes multiple feeds from IP cameras for displaying video in real time. It can be used with varying monitor sizes and resolutions, making it ideal for video walls and multi-monitor environments.
The DuraVision DX0211-IP can decode H.265 (HEVC), as well as H.264 and MJPEG codecs, displaying them in real time for assessing any situation quickly. In addition, the decoding technology ensures a high fps (frames-per-second) for displayed content, even when streaming high-resolution video. For example, 16 Full HD (1920 x 1080) video feeds displayed simultaneously on a single monitor achieve a consistent 20 fps.
Examples of framerate at different resolution and screen combinations.
4K Output to Dual Monitors
The DuraVision DX0211-IP is equipped with two HDMI outputs that support 4K UHD resolution (3840 x 2160) on up to two monitors. This allows users to view two monitors side-by-side in an extended display, or flexibly combine different resolutions, such as Full HD and 4K, for an optimal multi-monitor viewing environment.
Secure Investment with Support for Over 300 Cameras
The DuraVision DX0211-IP supports cameras with ONVIF Profile S, Axis VAPIX, and Panasonic protocols for flexible installation and ensured interoperability with a wide range of products. In addition, a direct connection through RTSP is available (Direct URI).
Register up to 48 IP Cameras
Up to 48 different IP cameras, including 4K cameras, can be registered to the IP box through the intuitive web UI. Cameras can be discovered automatically or registered manually, and individual settings are easily managed from a central location.
Live Streaming Directly from IP Cameras
Connecting IP cameras directly to the DuraVision DX0211-IP allows for the live streaming of video without a decentralized recording solution, such as edge recording or cloud archiving. This provides a solution for scenarios which require live streaming without the storage of recorded images.
Adjustable Screen Layout
With the user-friendly web UI, you can easily adjust the layout of the video streams with 7 default options, displaying up to 32 screens simultaneously across 1 or 2 monitors. In addition, flexible arrangement of the screens on each monitor in a custom layout allows you to fulfill individual viewing needs. With custom layout you can merge individual windows to focus on specific areas, or split them to see more on a single screen. Video feeds can be viewed in the original aspect ratio or stretched to fill the custom-created space.
Choose from 7 default layouts.
Create a custom layout.
When using the sequential image display setting, users can select an image to remain static, even through page changes. This allows operators to keep eyes on a single focus point while maintaining coverage in several other areas.
Privacy Mask and Virtual Line
The DuraVision DX0211-IP allows users to assign static privacy masks to hide private information or virtual lines to track barriers and other areas of concern on the live video stream. Up to 10 objects can be applied at once and they do not alter the source stream. This ensures operators can reliably monitor activity while observing necessary privacy rules and regulations, with the original data securely stored separately.
Example of privacy mask used to protect private information at an ATM.
Example of virtual line used to track road barriers.
Intuitive Camera PTZ Control
Operators can easily control individual camera PTZ settings using the buttons displayed over the selected video stream. This intuitive interface streamlines operation for more efficient viewing.
Secure Network Communication
The DuraVision DX0211-IP supports HTTPS protocol to ensure authenticated access for secure communication over a network.
This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit. (https://www.openssl.org/)
This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young (email@example.com).
User Control with USB Connection
The IP decoding box is equipped with a USB downstream port so you can connect a USB-supported mouse, keyboard, or joystick for controlling and navigating the user interface or web UI. To maintain access security, the USB port does not support USB memory or storage devices so you can rest assured that data is not transferred to or from the box.
Custom Event Response with Alert-to-Action
The web API supports custom integration with local security systems and devices to allow communication with and response to alerts over the network. When an event occurs and an alert is sent from IP cameras, access control, hazard detection, VMS, or other systems, EIZO's IP decoding solution responds with a preassigned action, such as layout adjustment, message display, audio activation, camera adjustment, masking, and more. Implementing an intelligent visual communication system into the workflow ensures operators have the most pertinent information at the right time to respond to situations quickly. EIZO works closely with security system providers and end users to custom tailor Alert-to-Action to streamline individual environments.
Issue Commands to Network Devices
Through the event notification settings, users can manually send HTTP commands directly to the IP monitor or network device from the live view screen. For example, activate a door lock or turn off the alert and return to original viewing state.
Synergy with Leading VMS
EIZO works with security & surveillance leaders to ensure technical compatibility and streamlined functionality with various video management systems/software (VMS).
Co-Development of User-Requested Plugins
EIZO came together with leading VMS makers to design plugins to meet highly requested end user requirements. By fully integrating into these VMS frameworks, users can easily setup, manage, and command EIZO's IP decoding solutions from a centralized platform.
|Read more on the plugin for Genetec Security Center.||Download the plugin for Milestone XProtect.|
EIZO's in-house development team continues to provide upgraded features and functions to its IP decoding solutions through periodic software updates. Innovating these updates in-house ensures EIZO provides its customers with the latest functionality and technical support with efficiency and reliability.
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Users can subscribe to an optional Enterprise License which includes advanced features, such as those listed below, to meet specific environment or application requirements. Contact EIZO for more information about licensing.
Playback Recorded Video
Video segments recorded to the registered IP camera's SD card can be played back for quick review. Simply select the camera and the recorded data from the pull-down menu.
Supported by cameras with Panasonic or AXIS protocols only.
Requires Extension Playback License in addition to the Enterprise License. Contact EIZO for details.
View Remote Monitor Live Streams via the Web UI
Live video streams displayed on remotely located monitors can be viewed in real-time via the web UI so operators can check display status without needing to visit the installation site.
Video plays back at 1 fps in the live stream window.
Live Image Menu Customization
Customize the live view menu with preset icons of your choice using the Icon arranger function. You can also save up to seven custom layout presets and add it to the live view menu. Presets can also be renamed for easier menu navigation.
The screen can be rotated to adapt to the connected monitor in portrait position for environments requiring this layout.
When used with a VMS (video management software/system), a monitor receives IP camera video streams through the VMS server. In the event the server is disrupted, the monitor may stop displaying the live video feed. With the failover feature, if the IP monitor or box loses communication with the VMS server, it connects directly to the cameras registered to continue to display video.
Requires Extension Failover License in addition to the Enterprise License. Contact EIZO for details.
Support for a Range of Protocols
SRT (Secure Reliable Transport)
SRT is an open source video transport protocol that enables the delivery of high-quality and secure, low-latency video across the public internet. It is ideal for video streaming in environments where latency and consistent connection pose a challenge, such as onboard ships or in remote locations.
Requires Extension SRT License in addition to the Enterprise License. Contact EIZO for details.
LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol)
LDAP is a protocol for connecting to directory services that centrally manage network devices and users. User and password management is simple and secure when under the LDAP server.
AXIS SRTP (Secure Real-Time Transport Protocol)
AXIS SRTP support enables the IP monitor or box to receive encrypted video streams from AXIS cameras, further increasing security.
SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol)
SNMP is a communication protocol for monitoring and controlling devices connected to a network. It consists of an SNMP manager and SNMP agent. The IP monitor or box acts as an SNMP agent to return device information in response to a request sent by the SNMP manager, and to notify a change in status when a specified event occurs. The DuraVision DX0211-IP support SNMP v1 and v2c.
Enterprise License is not required for SNMP support.
Minimal Footprint for Mounted Solutions
The DuraVision DX0211-IP can be easily mounted to the back of any VESA-supported monitor* using the VOP-01 mounting plate. The box's slim, compact design allows it to fit perfectly behind a monitor that is mounted on the wall or ceiling, occupying minimal space in the installation area. Direct attachment to the monitor also helps to keep cabling controlled to the designated space, reducing overall clutter.
Some monitors require the VESAMP100 mounting plate in order to attach the VOP-01.
Clean Workspace for Desktop Solutions
The DuraVision DX0211-IP can be attached directly to many of EIZO's desktop monitors using the the PCSK-03 or PCSK-03R monitor stand bracket. This provides a cleaner workspace when using a desktop solution. The attachment does not interfere with the balance of the monitor so it stays firmly in place on your desk.
Power Delivery without AC Adapter
The DuraVision DX0211-IP is equipped with a PoE+ hub so it stays powered without needing an AC adapter and cable, keeping the installation area clear. An optional AC adapter is available for environments where PoE+ is not supported.
Fanless Solution with Low Heat Output
The DuraVision DX0211-IP provides noiseless, fanless operation while maintaining low heat output for long-term reliability. The top of the box is designed so that heat escapes efficiently, keeping it cool even during long periods of operation.
Heat escapes from the top, keeping the box cool.
24-Hour Use, 2-Year Warranty
The DuraVision DX0211-IP is built for 24-hour use and is backed by a 2-year manufacturer's warranty for long-term reliability.
EIZO's IP decoding solutions also include 23- and 46-inch monitors (generation 1), as well as a 27-inch monitor (generation 2).
|Simultaneous Display Channels||32 (maximum)|
|Registrable Cameras||48 (maximum)|
|Camera Protocol||ONVIF Profile S, AXIS VAPIX, Panasonic, RTSP|
|Video Codec||H.26510, H.264, MJPEG13|
|Streaming Protocol||RTP (H.265, H.264, MJPEG, MPEG2-TS), SRT14 (H.265, H.264), SRTP15 (H.265, H.264), UDP (MPEG2-TS)|
|Video Input Performance (resolution / framerate) *Bitrate 4096 kbps||
1-screen display: 3840 x 2160 / 30 fps, 1920 x 1080 / 60 fps
4-screen display: 3840 x 2160 / 20 fps, 1920 x 1080 / 60 fps
16-screen display: 1920 x 1080 / 20 fps
32-screen display: 1280 x 720 / 15 fps
|Bitrate||8192 kbps (maximum)|
|Input Terminals||IP Camera: RJ-45|
|Output Terminals||HDMI x 2|
|Output Resolution||3840 x 2160 (maximum) / 60 Hz|
|Wired LAN||IEEE802.3ab (1000BASE-T), IEEE802.3u (100BASE-TX), IEEE802.3at Type2 (PoE+12)|
|Transmission Rate||1000 Mbps, 100 Mbps|
|Host||USB 2.0: Type-A|
PoE+ Input: 42.5 V - 57 V (48 V typ.)
AC Adapter (option): DC12 V
|Maximum Power Consumption||
PoE+ Input: 25.5 W
AC Adapter (option): 21.5 W
|Features & Functions|
|Others||Key Lock, USB Lock, Remote Controller Lock, Privacy Mask, Event Rules, LDAP15, SNMP|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||165 x 44.2 x 130 mm|
|Net Weight||770 g / 1.7 lbs|
|Operating Temperature||0 - 40°C|
|Operating Humidity (R.H., non condensing)||20 - 80%|
|Certifications & Standards (Please contact EIZO for the latest information.)||CB, CE, UKCA, cTUVus, FCC-A, IC ICES-3 (A), VCCI-A, RCM, RoHS, WEEE|
|Supplied Accessories (May vary by country. Please contact EIZO for details.)|
|Signal Cables||HDMI (0.5 m)|
|Warranty||2 Years (24-hour use)|
- 10 Please check IP camera compatibility.
- 12 DX0211-IP can only receive power from a switch that supports 2-Event Classification.
- 13 MJPEG is only available with the ONVIF Profile S protocol.
- 14 Enterprise license and extension license are required.
- 15 Enterprise license is required.
|June 21, 2022||IP Camera and DuraVision DX0211-IP, FDF2711W-IP Compatibility|
|March 1, 2022||
EIZO IP Decoder Functional Comparison between Generations [PDF]
EIZO IP decoders are divided into the 1st generation (FDF2304W-IP, FDF4627W-IP) and the 2nd generation (FDF2711W-IP, DX0211-IP). This document describes the functional differences between the generations. Some functions of the 1st generation are not supported by the 2nd generation. Please check if the functions you are currently using are also available in the 2nd generation.
Dedicated bracket for attaching a client to the back of the FlexScan Frameless models
Dedicated bracket for attaching a client to the back of the FlexScan Frameless models
VESA offset plate for attaching an IP decoding box directly to a monitor
VESA mounting plate for attaching an IP decoding box to certain FlexScan monitors using VOP-01
An optional AC adapter for to be used in systems without PoE+ support.
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