Digital Watchdog DW-BJCUBE Linux-Based Blackjack Cube NVR with DW Spectrum Software (9TB)

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Digital Watchdog DW-BJCUBE Linux-Based Blackjack Cube NVR with DW Spectrum Software (9TB)
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Digital Watchdog DW-BJCUBE Linux-Based Blackjack Cube NVR with DW Spectrum Software (9TB)

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Digital Watchdog DW-BJCUBE Overview

The DW-BJCUBE Linux-Based Blackjack Cube NVR with DW Spectrum Software from Digital Watchdog is a user-friendly video management solution that is optimized to provide scalability, bandwidth savings, and simplified system setup and management. The NVR supports recording from four 2.1MP IP cameras. The capacity can be expanded to support up to 16 cameras at 30 fps, with 80 Mb/s throughput with additional licenses (available separately). It features 9TB of storage space.

The DW spectrum software automatically discovers, populates, and configures cameras on the network. It also allows you to easily drag and drop cameras across servers. The Spyglass feature lets you zoom into any area within a camera's field-of-view and watch the selected region as a separate display, allowing you to monitor smaller regions of interest separately from the overall camera's image. Fisheye screen dewarping capability allows the NVR to record and display images from a camera with hemispheric lenses. It translates the camera's feed into multiple viewing formats, including panoramic view.

This NVR can be configured to send popup notifications, voice alerts, or an email with the event link for events such as network and storage failure, motion detection, or sensor activation on a camera. The software enables you to track any event through a logging system, which features detailed filtering methods to help you identify a specific problem and exporting options for your personal records. It also allows you to quickly and accurately search for a specific video with calendar and panoramic search options.

NVR with DW Spectrum Software

  • 1080p screen recording
  • Supports audio input/output from server to cameras
  • Features the DW Spectrum central management software
  • Supports H.264, MJPEG, and MPEG4 codecs and streams
  • Supports Linux, Windows, and Mac remote clients
  • Dual stream recording
  • Automatic firmware upgrade via FTP server and manual
  • Import / export configurations between multiple NVRs
  • Network bandwidth control
  • ONVIF conformant
  • S.M.A.R.T health check with email notifications
  • Email notification with playback link and JPEG image
  • Panic recording
  • Features go to, multi-date and time, panoramic, smart search, smart motion search, thumbnail search, preview search, single channel playback during live, and frame-by-frame search options
  • Web-based client with multi-user access for live and playback video feeds
  • Remote backup using DW Spectrum IPVMS software
  • Can be configured to record only when motion is detected
  • Features continuous, motion recording, motion recording + low resolution recording modes
  • Automatic device discovery and display
  • Network troubleshooting notification
  • Storage failure and camera disconnection alerts
  • Mobile applications available for iPad, iPad mini, iPhone, iPod Touch, and Android smartphones and tablets
  • Digital watermark authentication


  • Features digital zooming capabilities in live and playback viewing modes
  • Fully customizable layouts
  • Help menu on major functions
  • Multiple recording schedules per camera
  • Simple enterprise scalability
  • Advanced thumbnail search and calendar search
  • Seamless transition from live to search
  • Instant motion-based smart search
  • Motion / smart search allows you to easily pinpoint and identify general motion, missing and foreign objects
  • Automatic device discovery and display
  • PTZ control allows a radial controller (sold separately) to alter camera’s direction in all three axes, or simply draw a box within any region to immediately focus and zoom in the area
  • Region of interest with forensic Spyglass
  • Easy drag-and-drop camera management
  • Dual stream recording
  • Graphical system health monitoring through informative, easy-to-understand graphical format
  • Thumbnail search allows you to chronologically narrow down your search to frame-by-frame display
  • Quickly and continuously watch video on user-selected areas (marked in red)
  • Mark your selection and export as an AVI, MKV, and executable file in a quick, simple, and intuitive timeline interface
  • Enables you to easily switch between live and review mode by simply scrolling back in time
  • Fisheye screen dewarping capability allows viewing images from cameras with a panoramic lens
  • Dual stream recording allows camera to record at high resolution when motion is detected and at a lower resolution at all other times
  • E-mapping
  • Hybrid capable via software integration
  • Pop-up notification
UPC: 813379014390

Digital Watchdog DW-BJCUBE Specs

Playback ResolutionDVI:
Throughput80 Mb/s (Recording)
IP Camera Support16
A/V Ports1 x DVI-D
1 x DVI-I
1 x RCA Audio Input
Communication Ports2 x RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet
Drive Interfaces3 x SATA
Simultaneous Connections10
Network ProtocolsDHCP, IP, Static
Supported Video CodecsH.264, MJPEG, MPEG4
Software UpgradeUSB, FTP, Network
Backup MethodOptical Drive, USB Drive
Installed Operating SystemUbuntu 14.04
CPUIntel Core i3
Memory4 GB
Max Capacity Supported9 TB
Number of Bays3 x 3.5"
Software System Requirements
Supported Operating SystemsWindows 7
Windows Server 2008
Windows Vista
Ubuntu 10
Memory Requirement4 GB
CPU RequirementIntel Core i5 and Faster
Display Resolution Requirement1920 x 1080
Power Consumption250 W
AC Input Power100 VAC, 60 Hz at 2.5 A
Operating Temperature50 to 95°F / 10 to 35°C
Operating Humidity0 to 80%
CertificationsCE, FCC, RoHS, as per Manufacturer
Dimensions (W x D x H)12.8 x 8.5 x 7.5" / 32.5 x 21.6 x 19.1 cm
Weight12 lb / 5.4 kg (Without HDD)
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