Video Storage & Retrieval
Feb 1, 2003 12:00 PM
Digital Video Recorder
18-, 16- and 32-channel configurations
The recorder offers up to 240 pictures-per-second recording, up to 960GB on-board storage and a compression algorithm producing a 3KB average file size. It operates on a stable Microsoft Windows 2000 platform and can be integrated within existing network infrastructures. Network Video Management Software (NVMS) enables up to 100 units to be connected, controlled and monitored. Users may capture images at resolutions of 320¡Á240, 720¡Á240 or 720¡Á480 depending on application requirements.
Features: ATM and POS support, up to one minute pre- and post-alarm recording, support of 16 inputs and 16 outputs on alarm activation.
TOSHIBA SECURITY PRODUCTS
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Digital Video Recorders
The 16-video channel DVRs feature a docking station for installation and video frame rates for varying requirements. All units perform with IP-networkability and provide scalability in multi-site installations. Video recording and streaming capabilities include: 240 fps for the 4410, 120 fps for the 4310 and 60 fps for the 4210. Software is compatible with all three units.
Features: expandable internal storage, plug-and-play SCSI RAID integration and an optional PDA-based video viewer.
4410, 4310 and 4210 DVR
MARCH NETWORKS CORP.
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Digital Video Recorder
Four internal hard drives
Users can capture and archive more than 1 Terabyte (TB) of continuous recordings. The control panel features jog shuttle dial to scan through recordings frame-by-frame without image distortion. The recorder also features TCP/IP flash, Ethernet connectivity and an "about" menu that includes the MAC hardware address. Upon start-up, the recorder senses whether the connected video input source is NTSC or PAL.
Features: available with storage capacities of 40, 80, 160, 320 and 640 gB.
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16-Channel Digital Recorder and Multiplexer
320GB internal storage
Recorder and multiplexer unit is outfitted with two 160GB hard disks and on CD-RW ROM drive. The hard disk stores the motion video with audio in a proprietary format along with alarm, time and titling information for each camera. The unit is capable of 16 channel live view or playback while simultaneously archiving data without affecting record performance. A wavelet compression scheme is used to record and play back video files to maximize total recording time.
Features: AURC-NIU network interface option transmits video and data control over a standard Ethernet network.
VICON INDUSTRIES INC.
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