AXIS T8415 Wireless Installation Tool

Nov. 5, 2015

The AXIS T8415 Wireless Installation Tool is a battery-powered handheld device able to directly power up network cameras during installation. It includes a free app for Android and iOS-based mobile devices allowing for live video feeds to be displayed via a direct Wi-Fi connection. From the live video, installers have easy access to basic key features to set the camera’s optimal viewing angle, focus and IP settings. 

AXIS T8415 is a battery-powered handheld device that connects directly to a camera and displays live video at the installation site. This makes setting the camera’s viewing angle and focus easier than with the use of a laptop or remote computer. With its powerful battery, AXIS T8415 can power up an Axis PoE camera up to 30 W for several hours. While the camera is mounted and connected via one-cable connection to the main unit, the installer can get close to the camera with a smartphone device and adjust basic camera functions, such as focus, IP address and image rotation. 

More Info: www.axis.com

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