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The application of Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet backbone architectures into ITS has ushered in the era of high-quality, high-resolution, full frame digital video for traffic management solutions.   Digital networks using H.264, MPEG2 and MPEG4 Encoding are the de facto standard for ITS.  Impath Networks iVolution and Video Surveillance Gateway platforms provide the ITS professional with all of the tools they need for a successful, reliable and maintainable sytem.

Impath provides hardened H.264, MPEG2, MPEG4 and MPEG2/4 encoders and decoders.   Rack mount options for high density encoding and decoding are also available, with up to 104 channels in a single chassis. 

Impath is now offering a standard 3 year warranty on all equipment

All Impath products are fully compatible with FLIR/360 Surveillance Software

Product CutSheets

  IP Camera Tester  
  iFocus    Portable CCTV test tool with LCD touchscreen and multiple PTZ protocols
  iFocus Manual    Operating manual which shows all functionality
   H.264 and Multi-protocol  
   i5110ET    Single channel, NEMA hardened multi-stream H.264/MPEG2/MPEG4/MJPEG  encoder
   i5110E    Single channel, non-hardened multi-stream H.264/MPEG2/MPEG4/MJPEG  encoder
   i5110D Decoder    Single channel H.264 decoder
   i4110    Single Channel Hardened Encoder



Product Presentations & Pictures



Impath VLC Commands

How to use the i5110 series with Wowza

i4000 and Vicon series wiring diagram

i4000 and RTMS detector wiring diagram

i5110ET and Vicon wiring diagram