PeopleLink Teacher Tracking Alpha is a state-of-the-art camera designed for the education sector. With advanced lecturer and student tracking algorithms, it captures high-quality 4K images at a 95° field of view and performs well in low-light environments. This camera offers multiple outputs, including 3G-SDI, NDI/IP, USB 2.0, and RS485, for easy integration into broadcasting and live streaming systems. With support for RTMP protocol, webcasting is made effortless and hassle-free. Whether you need a full or PTZ view, the Teacher Tracking Alpha delivers the versatility and quality you need.

    Product Features:

    Ultra 4K HD

    Apply 4K Sensor and 4K Lens, to achieve high-definition EPTZ effect .

    Intelligent Teaching Tracking

    Built-in advanced image recognization and tracking algorithm, a smooth and natural tracking effect can be achieved without any extra positioning camera or tracking host. Different lenses are used to achieve teacher tracking or student tracking.

    Low Light

    Ultra-high noise ratio of the new CMOS image sensor can effectively reduce the low noise in the case of image noise, while the application of 2D and 3D noise reduction algorithm, significantly reducing the image noise, even under low light conditions, still keep the picture Clean and clear, the image signal to noise ratio up to 55dB or more.

    AF Lens

    40° lens with auto focus is used on teacher tracking camera, low distortion lens is used on student tracking camera, horizontal field of view is up

    Two interfaces output at the same time

    Support 3G-SDI interface, effective transmission distance up to 150 meters (1080p25). SDI and network can be output at the same time.

    PoC & PoE supported

    Support PoC(Power over Cable) & PoE(Power Over Ethernet). Power, video, audio, control three-in-one.

    Support interleaving mode

    Achieve single camera and single SDI interface to simultaneously output panoramic and close-up signals.

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