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Vaddio Releases its Newest Architectural Camera
Posted on Tuesday, October 13, 2020
Vaddio Releases its Newest Architectural Camera

Meet the all-new RoboFLIP 30 HDBT Camera

Minnetonka, Minn., USA (Oct 2020) – Vaddio adds the RoboFLIP 30 HDBT to its architectural line of cameras. The RoboFLIP 30 HDBT is an HD PTZ camera that can fully rotate into its recessed ceiling case for a smooth, unobstructed view. This unique "flipping" feature also allows room occupants to know when the camera is in use.

Equipped with a low distortion lens and a high definition image sensor along with Vaddio’s Enhanced Wide Dynamic Range, the RoboFLIP 30 HDBT delivers detailed 1080p/60 HD picture quality even in low-light situations. It also features 30x optical zoom and a wide 70.2 horizontal field of view making it perfect for a wide variety of room sizes and applications in government, education, corporate and house of worship.

The new RoboFLIP 30 HDBT joins Vaddio’s architectural line of cameras including the RoboSHOT IW, an in-wall solution available with Vaddio’s Smart Glass, and the DocCAM 20 HDBT overhead document camera.

"In addition to high quality video, security is a main concern for government and legal applications" said Vaddio Product Manager Scott Rolfes "The RoboFLIP camera provides confirmation at a glance that the camera is safely stored away and inactive when in standby mode."

The RoboFLIP camera has just one HDBaseT port providing PoE++ power, video, control and network connection for flexible installations. It can be paired with Vaddio’s OneLINK extension system for a variety of video outputs including HD-SDI, HDMI, USB 3.0 and IP streaming.

Featuring a modern web-based user interface, the RoboFLIP 30 HDBT can easily be configured, controlled, monitored and managed. Integrators can adjust 16 stored PTZ presets, color, white balance, focus and more. Further, presets can now be programmed in strings for repetitive movements, enabling automated panning shots. Control is available through Telnet, RS-232, the Vaddio Device Controller touch panel, or presenter friendly IR remote. IT administrators can access system diagnostic logs, streaming settings and perform software updates across devices with the free Vaddio Deployment Tool desktop application.