Camera Video 4 Camera Audio AV DVR with CD or DVD WRITER
Alarm I/O, RS485 Pan/Tilt/Zoom/Focus, RS232 Remote Control & TCP/IP
Local Area Network interfaces, Infrared Remote Control.
2000 coding system that uses state-of-the-art
compression techniques based on Wavelet technology
for improved image quality, smaller file size and negligible mosaic
effect during motion playback.
Five user configurable
compression levels to balance Image Quality against Storage
Semi-Triplex operation allows simultaneous Recording / Network
Access / Playback.
up to * 480
(ips) Recording rate.
Provision for Two internal Hard
Disk Drives up to 500 GB.
Firmware upgrade via USB.
VCR like Shuttle-Jog Playback
Set-Up via Menu using front panel Buttons.
Multi Level Password Protection
allows Playback, disallows unauthorised deletion/destruction of data,
tampering with Setup parameters, etc.
Push-Button & Shuttle-Jog
control via Front Panel or Remote
Control, no Keyboard, Mouse or VGA Monitor required.
Efficient Embedded Operating System no Windows OS or PC knowledge
Control and RS232 ASCII Remote Control.
Detection with Masking and adjustable sensitivity.
Motion, Emergency (@ Max Speed, Resolution & Quality) & Alarm recording
modes with recycling of storage.
Pan / Tilt / Zoom / Focus control via Front Panel Buttons &/or Remote
View application, Protocols: Pelco-P, Pelco-D, DRX-502A, HID-2404,
AECD-2000, LJD-Dominator, SCC-641, HMC-250, ACCUDOME, 1200, 2400, 4800,
9600, 19200, 38400, 57600 & 115200 bps.
1 000 GB
storage capacity, provision for 2 IDE HDDs up to
500 GB each. 35 + Days storage
@ 5 / 10 / 20 images-per-second with one 500 GB HDD @ Super-Fine Image
Quality, much longer @ lower Capture Rate &/or using Motion Detection
&/or Alarm Inputs &/or Higher Compression &/or additional HDD &/or
Scheduled (Business Hours) recording.
Worldwide Market compatible with
Systems & Mains Voltages.
207 360 Pixel
Full Screen Switching recording of each Camera @ 100 ips (PAL).
A low-cost TV
with AV input can be used for Monitoring / Playback or a PC VGA Monitor
using VGA Option.
Full Motion 50
ips Live Monitoring in Full-Screen, Full-Screen with sequential
Picture-in-Picture or 4 / 6 / 8 / 9 / 13 / 16 Split-Screen mode
via Composite Video or VGA
Full Screen Image
Pop-Up instantly display Camera(s) in
Full Screen mode when Motion is detected &/or Alarm input is triggered,
instantly draws user's attention to events - alleviates monitoring
recorded @ 720 x 240/288 or 360 x 240/288 in Full-Screen or 4 / 6 / 8 /
9 / 13 / 16 Split-Screen modes, Playback images recorded @ 360 x 120/144
Full-Screen using Zoom or 4 / 16 Split-Screen modes via Composite Video
or VGA Option
Freeze & Zoom
in Live-Monitoring & Playback modes.
to 64 times Forward & Reverse Playback Speeds using Jog-Shuttle.
1/999 to 400 ips @ 360 x 144, 200 ips @ 360 x 288, 100 ips @ 720 x 288
* 480 ips @ 360
x 120, 240 ips @ 360 x 240 or 120 ips @ 720 x 240
Audio Recording NOT available
in 360 x 144/120 Recording or Triplex mode. Audio Playback available at
normal speed via DVMR Audio Output.
Alarm Inputs &
Watchdog to maximise Recording
reliability, Hardware and Software are continuously monitored and system
is reset if a fault or error is detected (boot-up default settings apply
after a reset).
12 Volt DC
Powered via Universal Mains Power Supply.
Power Cords available for United Kingdom, Europe, Hong Kong,
Singapore, United States of America and most other countries
Images can be
Copied in 700 MB blocks (~ 25 000 to 150 000 + images per CD) to CD or
DVD (option) using inbuilt WRITER and viewed on Windows PC using
Images can be
Copied to Plug-In USB Flash Memory
Images can be
Copied from DVMR to VCR, DVD recorder, HDD recorder, PC, etc., via
Composite Video outputs.
Images can be
Copied to PC via LAN interface using Remote Viewer.
This device is designed for
surveillance, recording & playback may not be as fluid as that produced
by a device designed for entertainment, audio recording may be affected
by minor break-up (similar to Cellular Telephone) depending on DVMR
2000 compression algorithm ???
2000 advantages include: Higher Resolution
207 360 Pixels/Camera @ 100 ips, Higher Recording Rate up to 480 ips,
easier image indexing, no mosaic (block) effect during playback, better
Playback Image Quality, stable images when rapid movement occurs.
Comparably priced 16 Camera MPEG-4 DVR disadvantages include: Lower
Resolution usually 103 680 pixels @ 100 ips, Lower Recording Rate
usually 100 ips maximum, Poorer Playback image quality, unstable images
when rapid movement occurs.