Hsility PTZ Controller Camera Controller Keyboard 4D IP Analog Joystick with RJ45 RS485 for PTZ Camera Video Conference Camera

(4 customer reviews)



(1) Support network, analog two control mode, network mode with independent IP address.
(2) Support for multiple protocol.
(3) Realize the software function control to the camera, have the central control function.
(4) Adopt imported variable speed four-dimensional rocker to control, feel comfortable and good, joystick can directly control the all-round rotation of the camera, zoom of the lens, according to the strength of joystick control can change speed control, fast and slow rhythm with control.
(5) Support web browser to add configuration front-end device parameters

Additional information

Weight 1.12 kg
Dimensions 18.4 × 13.2 cm

‎1 Count (Pack of 1)



Power source type

‎Corded Electric

Item Package Quantity


Plug Profile

‎Wall Mount

Batteries Included


Batteries Required


Package Dimensions

‎33.6 x 18.4 x 13.2 cm; 1.12 Kilograms



Date First Available

8 September 2021



4 reviews for Hsility PTZ Controller Camera Controller Keyboard 4D IP Analog Joystick with RJ45 RS485 for PTZ Camera Video Conference Camera

  1. BenInGreen

    Generic interface, low quality
    Out of the box, all I received was the controller and it’s power supply. There’s no manual and very little internet info specific to this model. Luckily, the interface is generic and other hsility videos offer enough guidance to get it set up.It will not work on PoE.The build quality was meh, squishy buttons that aren’t backlit and the joystick throttles pan and tilt speeds seemingly at random.Then there’s the reason I’m returning it: it gets stuck on a random action and crashes, becoming unresponsive, and always when zooming in. The only solution is to cycle the power. Not exactly an awesome issue to have during a live stream.Maybe it was just my unit, but the other issues stacked up to me not wanting an exchange. I’ll use the web based controls for my IP cameras instead.UPDATE:Turns out my gigabit switch was set to throttle the Ethernet to 10mbps. This meant that, with only one PTZ cam and the controller trying to communicate while the camera was streaming, the network was maxed and created instruction hangs.Stupid me, I didn’t figure this out until I tried adding another two cameras. Once I flipped that switch on the router, the network switched to 100mbps, which was plenty of bandwidth for three cameras. Then I decided to try the controller again and it worked!The joystick is 4D, so it’ll pan and tilt at the same time when held at a diagonal position. The speed of movement depends on how far you’re pushing or twisting the stick. I have yet to dig in to preset cam positions and functions.

  2. Some Dude

    OK but not Pro
    This controller works OK (not great) until it doesn’t.Speed controls are pretty much useless as they aren’t adjustable.Iris controls are trash.Focus control works OK.PTZ speed is too fast at slowest setting, and there is no way to ramp the speed up to make a natural looking shot.All of the sudden, the controller will freeze mid-adjustment and my camera wont stop moving, rendering this controller useless.

  3. C. Nervik

    Solid Controller –
    This little guy works well. is stable and does what it is supposed to. had it long enough now to be able to rely on it. (about a month) the only “complaint” I would have is that it doesn’t run off of POE. but in the location that it is in that is not a problem for us. overall it appears to be a little easier and smoother to operate then some other units I’ve used before. Was used with a NDI – Onvif control camera.

  4. Del Bock

    Extremely easy to install with minimal knowledge!
    From the minute I unpacked the controller I was very pleased with looks and feel. I installed and controlled three cameras in under 5 minutes. The pan, tilt, and zoom comes with 3 speeds that is very smooth. I found that every aspect of integration was simple and intuitive! Thanks!

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