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Ikegami SDR-608 8-Channel H.264 DVR (1 TB)

Ikegami SDR-608 8-Channel H.264 DVR (1 TB)

Ikegami SDR-608 8-Channel H.264 DVR (1 TB)

B&H # IKSDR6081TB MFR # SDR-608-1TB
Ikegami SDR-608 8-Channel H.264 DVR (1 TB)

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Product Highlights

  • Records up to Full D1 Resolution
  • Manages up to 8 Cameras
  • 16-Bit ADPCM Audio Support
  • Pentaplex Operation
  • H.264 Compression Technology
  • Multiple Record Modes
  • Dual Streaming for High-Speed Internet
  • Mobile View on 3G Smartphones
  • Self-Monitoring with Email Alerts
  • Intuitive & User-friendly CMS
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The Ikegami SDR-608 8-Channel H.264 DVR (1 TB) is a reliable Linux-based unit that meets the growing needs of demanding mission critical applications. It allows you to record real-time CIF resolution videos from up to 8 cameras for high-quality imagery. In addition, 16-bit ADPCM audio capabilities allow you to capture high quality synchronized audio along with the recorded footage.

Pentaplex operation ensures smooth and efficient operation even while simultaneously dealing with live viewing, recording, playback viewing, backup, and remote access functions. Multiple recording modes like continuous, scheduled, motion detection, etc allow you to easily configure your security system to record based on your requirements. H.264 compression technology in the 8-channel DVR allows you to save on storage space while also minimizing the bandwidth requirement for operations. You can control the DVR via a keyboard controller.

The local VGA/S-Video port lets you connect a display to monitor video feeds and perform administrative tasks. It features an Ethernet port and with an intuitive CMS that allows you to easily manage and monitor footage from a centralized location within your network. Capable of self-monitoring, the DVR sends email alerts to first responders in case of a critical event. Remote viewing of live video feeds is possible via a compatible Web browser. You can even watch recorded videos on your 3G compatible smartphones to remotely monitor your surveillance even while on the go.

8-Channel Storage
  • H.264 compression technology for efficient use of storage space and network resources
  • Supports real-time CIF recoding for high-quality imagery
  • Allows simultaneous viewing, recording, playback, backup, and remote control
  • 3 spot monitor output ports
  • Pre-installed 1 TB hard drive (expandable up to 6 TB)
  • Multiple record modes like continuous, scheduled, motion detection, etc.
  • Flexible and user friendly CMS for easily managing and viewing of recorded footage
  • Watermark check system ensures data integrity
  • Archiving ability to save on storage space
  • Smart search options for quickly locating a required video clip
  • USB port for data transfer onto a USB flash drive
  • Control via the front panel, keyboard controller, mouse, or an IR remote control
  • E-map functionality for precise and quick setup of your security network
  • Rack mountable case
Network Connectivity
  • Dual streaming for high-speed internet
  • Supports NTP protocol
  • POS / ATM text insertion on live or playback videos
  • Offers access to data over a network via a compatible browser
  • Mobile connectivity via your iPhone, BlackBerry, or other 3G smartphone devices
  • DDNS and DHCP support for advanced remote connectivity at all times
  • Supports camera PTZ control via RS-485/422 protocols
  • Software upgrade via network or USB port
In the Box
Ikegami SDR-608 8-Channel H.264 DVR (1 TB)
  • USB Mouse
  • DVD-RW Optical Drive
  • Remote Controller
  • 1-Year Limited Warranty on Parts & Labor
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    Specifications
    Compression H.264 (main profile)
    Signal Format NTSC or PAL (auto selected)
    Video Input Composite 8 BNC inputs
    VGA Output 1 BNC (1 Vpp, 75 ohm)
    Loop Outputs 8
    Spot Output 3 BNC
    Multi Spot Output None
    VGA Output 1 VGA
    Max. Recording Rate at CIF (FPS) 240 (NTSC)
    200 (PAL)
    Max Recording Rate at H.D1 (FPS) 120 (NTSC)
    100 (PAL)
    Max Recording Rate at Full D1 (FPS) 60 (NTSC)
    50 (PAL)
    Dual Streaming Record/network (frames individually selectable)
    Audio Compression ADPCM (16 bit)
    Audio Input 8 input (RCA)
    Audio Output 1 output (RCA)
    Ethernet 10/100 Mbps Ethernet (RJ45)
    PTZ Control RS-485/422 terminal block
    POS/ATM 1+3 (optional)
    Alarm Input / Output 8 (TTL) programmable as NC/NO
    USB Port 4 x USB (2 x front panel, 2 x rear panel)
    Control Device Keypad, mouse, PTZ control, remote controller
    Recording Quality Super/high/standard
    Recording Modes Schedule/alarm/motion/emergency
    Pre-alarm Record Up to 3 hours/user programmable
    Motion Detection Yes (22 x 15)
    Playback Speed x1, x2, x4, x8, x16, x32, x64, extreme
    Archive File Format EXE (video clip)/JPEG (still image)
    User Interface (GUI) Yes
    GMT Time Zone / NTP Server Yes
    Auto DST Yes
    Multi-Language English, Danish, Chinese (Traditional), Japenese, Korean, Italian, Polish, Russian, Chinese (Simplified), Thai, Turkish, Spanish, French, Chez, German, Persian, Portuguese, Croatian
    External Storage None
    3G Communication MS Mobile (Professional 6.1 or higher), Android, iPhone, Blackberry
    Operating System Embedded Linux
    OS Firmware Linux OS in Flash Memory
    Emergency Recording Key Yes
    Primary Storage SATA HDD (up to 3+1)
    Clip Copy Storage Built-in internal DVD-RW, memory stick
    Operating Temperature 41 to 104°F (5 to 40°C)
    Operating Humidity 0 to 90%
    Power Adapter 12 VDC, 5 A
    Power Consumption Maximum 39 W
    Dimensions (W x H x D) 16.93 x 3.46 x 14.96" (430 x 88 x 380 mm)
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 16.0 x 16.0 x 8.0"

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