Videoswitch 4 Camera Digital Video Recorder From ¡ê1,300.00 (inc VAT )
This high end professional security system achieves 80GB, 160GB or 250GB digital storage and multiplexing across 4 cameras in one box removing the need for separate units.
Record up to 4 cameras simultaneously
80GB, 160GB or 250GB hard disk included
Record at up to 12.5fps
Uses wavelet compression to record onto the hard disk
Built-in CD writer for back-up
Built-in motion detection
Data Protection Act Compliant
Quick multiple search function by date/time, alarm, full list.
Simultaneous record and play
Security password protection
Easy to use
1 Year Guarantee
Some examples of recording times (80GB) are as follows:
Record for nearly two days!
4 cameras, high quality at 12 fps = 46hrs.
Capture an entire week!
4 cameras, basic quality at 12fps = 180hrs
Continuously record for nearly 3 months
4 cameras, basic quality at 1 fps = 2160 hours
Some examples of recording times (160GB) are as follows:
Record for over three days!
4 cameras, high quality at 12 fps = 92hrs.
Capture an entire fortnight!
4 cameras, basic quality at 12fps = 360hrs
Continuously record for nearly 6 months
4 cameras, basic quality at 1 fps = 4320 hours
Some examples of recording times (250GB) are as follows:
Record for nearly 6 days!
4 cameras, high quality at 12 fps = 138hrs.
Capture three weeks!
4 cameras, basic quality at 12fps = 540hrs
Continuously record for nearly 9 months
4 cameras, basic quality at 1 fps = 6480 hours
If it is an industrial strength DVR you are looking for at a great price then this is the DVR for you.
Connect to your TV
Simply connect the DVR to your TV`s video input via a BNC to SCART lead and you will see the cameras displayed.
Connect your cameras
The DVR can support up to 4 cameras - connect the video signal cable from the camera to the DVR and plug the camera into the mains - simple!
Factory default setting is 12.5 frames per second. The higher the record frame rate is, the more natural the footage will look when played back. The lower the record frame rate is, the more footage you can fit on the hard drive. You can set recording times for how long you want to record for. The DVR will than automatically calculate the appropriate frame rate.
You can also set the video quality level to either high, normal or basic and set the fps rate depending on how long you want to record for.