SeCube release new standalone DVR

SST-400 features four camera inputs, full-motion recording and viewing


SeCube SST-400 Standalone DVRs feature embedded Linux operating system, enhanced MPEG-4 compression, 4 camera inputs, full motion display and recording as well as advanced network capabilities. Pentaplex operation provides for simultaneous Live Monitoring, Recording, Playback, Backup, and Remote Network Viewing. Cameo Live / Playback Function allow performing Live Monitoring and Playback on a same screen. The enhanced MPEG-4 compression ensures the fastest transmission possible over allowable bandwidth.

The SST-400 user-friendly control interface enables users to implement various DVR management procedures via VCR-like front panel keys, a remote IR controller, or a USB mouse. Front USB ports allow connecting various external devices like mouse, memory stick or external USB HDD. Easy-to-use tools speed the system configuration process. Flexible setup parameters allow system managers to record continuously or to customize recording based on individual camera schedules, motion, and sensor input. Each camera can be set individually for resolution, compression, frame rate, and recording events.

Pan/Tilt/Zoom control allows managing multiple PTZ cameras locally and from remote locations. Backup options include two USB ports and remote backup via network.

The included multi-site enterprise-level remote System Management Software (SMS) provides for multiple system video monitoring, status, eMapping, configuration, and backup. Remote Live viewer software supports up to 64 camera views from multiple DVR servers.

The new SST-400 model delivers the very best in user features, reliability and affordability for digital surveillance in education, retail, hospitality, banking, hospitals, business parks, government, as well as for residential use.