Grandstream GVC3202 Video Conferencing Camera
Manufacturer: Grandstream
SKU: GVC3202
Condition: New
Grandstream GVC3202 Video Conferencing Camera
Product TypeVideo Conferencing Camera
Brand NameGrandstream
ManufacturerGrandstream Networks, Inc
Product ModelGVC3202
Product NameGVC3202 Video Conferencing Camera
Manufacturer Part NumberGVC3202
Manufacturer Website Addresshttp://www.grandstream.com
Environmentally FriendlyYes
Environmental CertificationRoHS
Country of OriginChina
Package Contents
  • GVC3202 Video Conferencing Camera
  • External USB speaker/MIC
  • Remote Control
  • 2 x AAA Batteries
  • Universal Power Supply
  • Network Cable (1.5 Meters)
  • USB Extension Cable (5 Meters)
  • Mounting Kit
  • 3 HDMI Cables (1 x 1.5 Meter Cable, 1 x 3 Meter Cables and 1 x 5 Meter Cable)
  • Lens Cover
  • Lens Cleaning Cloth
  • Quick Installation Guide
  • GPL License
Maximum Video Resolution1920 x 1080
Maximum Frame Rate60 fps
Effective Resolution2 Megapixel
Image SensorCMOS
Network (RJ-45)Yes
Host InterfaceUSB 2.0
Weight (Approximate)12.68 lb
SIP/Android Video Conferencing Solution The GVC3202 is a ground-breaking solution that offers businesses a revolutionary video conferencing system with unprecedented flexibility and the power of support for multiple popular video conferencing protocols and platforms right out of the box. The SIP-based GVC3202 supports Grandstream's robust IPVideoTalk platform for plug and play video conferencing while also being interoperable with any 3rd party SIP video conferencing platform - thus offering a great option to expand or implement a 3rd party platform. Additionally, since it is based on Android 4.4, the GVC3202 offers full access to all video conferencing apps in the Google Play Store. In comparison to Grandstream's GVC3200, the GVC3202 offers a slightly lower capacity option for businesses looking for up to 3-way video-conferencing and support for up to 2 Full HD monitors. The GVC3202 sports an innovative, patent-pending embedded MCU that supports up to 3-way conferencing with local mixing between SIP and other protocols.