Site Map - Video Recorders

Network Recorder

- San Diego-based Dotworkz is offering a new line of network video recorders for entry-level, corporate, and enterprise-class applications. The Dotworkz NVR Series servers are fully customizable, with a choice of rack-mount or desktop cases, up to 16 hot-swappable bays, preconfigured software solutions, and maximum data storage of 32 terabytes.

Network Recorder

- The new i-Pro WJ-ND400 NVR Series network video recorder from Panasonic Security Systems of Secaucus, New Jersey, can record video from up to 64 network cameras simultaneously. It offers multiformat recording in MPEG-4 and JPEG to deliver recording performance that supports high-resolution IP cameras.

Digital Recorder

- Lenel Systems International of Pittsford, New York, has launched goVision, a powerful standalone digital video recorder. Built on an efficient embedded platform, it simplifies storage and retrieval of surveillance video and enables monitoring and maintenance of multiple units. The recorder also provides an upgrade path to the company’s full OnGuard installation when needs increase.

Digital Recorder

- The new Pelco DX8100 Version 1.2 Series DVR from Pelco of Clovis, California, offers enhancements that will aid security professionals. It provides a server dual-display that allows users to view up to 72 cameras at the server.

Digital Recorders

- HRSD Systems Series embedded digital video recorders from Honeywell of Louisville, Kentucky, use the company’s XtraStor compression technology to provide more storage space without compromising image quality. With models accommodating four, eight, and 16 channels, the recorders offer full-featured local and remote operation with flexible configuration.

Video Distribution

- Atlanta-based Steelbox Networks, Inc., has introduced the Steelbox 1250 video appliance and the Steelvault 5300 network-attached storage array, designed to enable enterprises to handle large camera networks via a compact solution.

Digital Recorder

- The ADPRO FT-R is a new digital video and audio recorder for installations requiring the highest quality image and voice recording and retrieval. It can be used to monitor live interaction at a remote site or to review events that have occurred via recordings.

DVR Storage

- For applications requiring extra storage for digital video recorder decks or additional electronics, Minneapolis-based Winsted Corporation offers a DVR Storage Cabinet for its line of Prestige Slim-Line consoles.

Video Recorder

- Vicon Industries Inc. of Hauppauge, New York, has introduced upgraded video digital recorders. The VDR-304 is a four-channel unit and is available with a choice of hard drives up to 500 gigabytes. The VDR-308 has eight video channels, and the VDR-316 is a 16-channel unit, both with a 300-gigabyte hard drive.

Video Recording

- Speco Technologies of Amityville, New York, has introduced a surveillance-recording product that requires no networking. The EZVDR4 Video Digital Recorder offers digital features with a 160-gigabyte hard drive for up to 960 hours of recording.

Digital Recorders

- New from the Imaging Products Division of Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America is the DX-TL4700U series digital video recorders, which feature high-density recording of up to 240 pictures per second (pps), intuitive navigation, and ease of use.

Increased Storage

- Vicon Industries Inc. of Hauppauge, New York, now offers greater storage capacity for its Kollector Series digital video recorders and its ViconNet network video recorders.

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