The Pelco DX4816 H.264 18-Channel Hybrid Video Recorder (8 TB) brings a new range of performance and capability to the Pelco DX series product line, including support for 16 analog channels plus 2 IP cameras (up to 3 MPx each). Customers can now benefit from megapixel image detail where they need it most. For example, customers can monitor registers, cash counting operations, high-value merchandise areas, or lobbies and entrances while still receiving maximum value from existing analog cameras and cabling.
Customers, who have continued requirements for 16 analog cameras and want to expand their systems with megapixel IP recording, have a cost-effective solution in the DX4816 HVR. The ability to support 2 Pelco megapixel IP cameras, or Axis cameras, gives customers new power and flexibility in their IP migration path. The CPU resource meter monitors system resources in real time and is a useful gauge for the addition of IP cameras to the system.
This HVR gives customers the ability to record at the speed and resolution they need. It records up to 30 ips on all channels. In addition, this HVR adds the ability to record full frame rate video at 4CIF resolution for all cameras. With this kind of recording power, previous analog investments gain extended life.
With 8 TB of internal storage, you can overcome the higher storage demands of megapixel and high speed recording without sacrificing speed for resolution. The H.264 Hybrid Video Recorder also matches the security requirements to storage needs with the unique HDD partitioning feature, which allocates individual disk partitions for normal and alarm recording. And, you can ease storage costs for backup video by using optional, external USB-attached HDD enclosures up to 1 TB (not included).
The HVR provides the unique ability to leverage installed systems. The DX series remote client provides operational functionality for DX4000 and DX8000 series DVRs/HVRs, and the optional DS ControlPoint software allows integration with DX series products as well as Digital Sentry systems.
This HVR is full-featured and meets the needs of a wide range of customers. Retail, branch office customers, and others will benefit from its robust capabilities including the ability to capture and overlay ATM/POS text with video recording, access instant playback for quick investigative work, and the use of bidirectional audio for enhanced security.
This recorder reduces installation overhead with out of the box recording. An intuitive interface makes custom installation easy and reduces learning time for end customers.
With a wide new range of capabilities, the DX4816 H.264 HVR well suits the needs of existing analog markets and becomes an integral part of an efficient megapixel IP migration strategy.
This HVR is perfect for customers who want higher resolution images than analog cameras can provide for specific critical areas of their business, including cash-counting, cashiers, entry/exit, or high-value merchandise areas.
Client-to-server connectivity allows operation from a remote location and can connect to as many as 100 DX series systems simultaneously. Up to 100 systems can be added to the DX series client site tree. Multiple DX series clients, running on dispersed computers, can host a variety of servers in their respective site trees. The DX series client can operate multiple DX series systems including DX4700/DX4800, DX4100, DX4500/DX4600, DX8000, and DX8100 systems. Each server supports 5 simultaneous remote connections. The optional DS ControlPoint client can be used to simultaneously operate any of the current DX series systems as well as any Integral or Digital Sentry DVR/HVR.
The DX4816 HVR expands security by adding the value of 2 megapixel cameras to an analog environment of 16 cameras and the performance of 4CIF/30 ips. It also supports ATM/POS recording. This HVR provides valuable audio recording capabilities for those applications where policy and legislation allow. Bidirectional audio is an excellent tool for training or for an increased security presence. With up to 4 audio inputs and 2 audio outputs, full recording, search, export, and playback capabilities are available at the server. IP streams can be viewed in standard resolution at the server and in megapixel resolution at the client.