AXIS M7011 1 Channel Video Encoder 0764-001 - BNC to RJ45

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AXIS M7011 1 Channel Video Encoder 0764-001

AXIS M7011 1 Channel Video Encoder 0764-001 - BNC to RJ45

Cost Effective, Easy Integration

AXIS M7011 is a small, yet effective single-channel video encoder. It offers easy and cost-effective integration of analog CCTV cameras into an IP-based videosurveillance system.

Easy Installation

The video encoder is suitable for all analog camera types, both fixed and pan/tilt/zoom cameras. Powered using PoE, the same Ethernet cable is used for both data and power, making installation flexible and easy.

AXIS M7011 1 Channel Video Encoder 0764-001 - BNC to RJ45

AXIS M7011 1 Channel Video Encoder 0764-001 - BNC to RJ45

Reduced Bandwith and Storage

AXIS M7011 provides excellent H.264 performance in a small package, without any limitation of the number of individually configured video streams. The H.264 video compression format drastically reduces bandwidth and storage requirements without compromising image quality. Motion JPEG is supported for increased flexibility. The video encoder also features a card slot for edge storage with microSD™ cards or NAS (Network-Attached Storage). AXIS Camera Companion and AXIS Video Hosting System are also supported.

Key Features of AXIS M7011 Video Encoder 0764-001

  • H.264 and MJPEG Video Compression
  • D1 720 x 480 Resolution at up to 30 fps
  • 1 Channel; Supports Multiple Streams
  • RS-485/422 Port for PTZ Camera Control
  • RJ-45 Ethernet Port for Networking
  • microSD Card Slot & NAS Support
  • 802.3af/at PoE; ONVIF Compliant
  • BNC to RJ45
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Additional Information

Audio Product Type:
Surveillance Microphones
Product Type:
3-year Manufacturer Warranty
Accessory Type:
Video Encoder
4K Support:
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2 Reviews

  • 5
    Nathan L.

    Nov 14th 2017

    I recently got hired for an upgrade job. The client wanted to switch from an analog to digital security system. Upon discussing the estimated budget we ran into a snag. Neither one of us could agree on the cost. At the end we came to an understanding where I sourced working analog cameras and attached encoders to it. Now this is not my preferred way of going about upgrades but the client requirements were met and he was happy about it. The encoder are so simple to use that one can navigate the task on their own.

  • 5
    Samuel A.

    Oct 14th 2017

    What I love is that the encoder doesn’t simply upgrade the connection. No, it also upgrades the function. The encoder I had purchased had data backup in the form of SD card. The level of security on the encoder is pretty decent with both motion detection and tampering alarm present. By hooking up the encoder you do yourself a favor of saving some cash while ensuring a safer security system.

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