The panoramic camera K2 is ideally mounted at a height between 6 and 8 m. It is important how far away the floodlight pole is from the edge of the field. If the pole is further away, 10 m or more in height are also conceivable. However, the camera should not be mounted below 5 m.
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On this page you will find everything you need to know for the installation of the fixed Staige camera K2: Starting with the requirements at the place up to the commissioning.
or mounting option
Power supply -> Base box -> Camera
via SIM card or LAN
= Camera K2
AI sports camera
The basic requirements to operate the Staige camera K2 are:
- Mounting possibility (Floodlight pole, roof beam, truss)
- Power supply (100 – 240 V at 50 – 60 Hz)
- Internet (Per LTE or LAN)
This is included
We provide you with everything you need to install the camera safely and easily at your place (outdoor) or in the hall (indoor):
- 8k panorama camera K2
- Base-Box(power supply)
- Antenna (Internet)
- Clamps for mounting
- Installation and operating instructions
Frequently asked questions
No, a camera is mounted that creates an 8k panoramic image through 6 camera lenses.
The K2 stationary camera must be supplied with external power. The supplied base box is connected to the local power supply and serves as the power supply for the camera.
You can do this yourself as a club with the help of a technician. There is also the possibility to order the installation from us. Please contact our sales department.
The camera is integrated into the existing infrastructure without damaging it. The camera is attached to the floodlight mast with clamps. No holes need to be drilled for this.
The camera has a built-in LTE stick, which can connect to the local wireless cell at up to 600 Mbit/s. An LTE SIM card is required for this. Basically, a SIM card from any provider can be used. We recommend the Vodafone network due to stability and network coverage. However, this should be checked beforehand.
Alternatively, the camera can also be connected to the Internet via LAN cable.
A stable connection with at least 15 Mbit/s is required to avoid delays or dropouts. A speed test can be started via the Backstaige tool, which tests the upload speed of the camera.
A personal conversation with highly accessible staff is superior to any website. Feel free to contact us at any time with inquiries or comments. We look forward to providing you with additional information, and, at your convenience, we can arrange a full-fledged demonstration.