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JVC RM-LP100 controller

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Date Expires: 28/03/2021
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JVC RM-LP100 controller

JVC RM-LP100 controller

For use with JVC's KY-PZ100 PTZ camera, we have the RM-LP100 controller in stock at Finepoint. This advanced controller connects to your network and provides complete IP control of cameras in your facility or anywhere in the world through the internet. A 7-inch (diag.) touch screen panel gives you control of camera groups, presets, PTZ speed, and CCU control of basic camera settings including white balance, shading, iris, record functions, and more. A solid joystick and zoom rocker provide smooth and precise camera movements with PTZ cameras.


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