Sanyo's new DSR-2004Hxxx DVR can have up to 500Gb of storage, and can simultaneously support different usere clients for recording, play back and monitoring.
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Chatsworth, CA (January 3, 2007) â€“ Sanyo continues to expand its line of digital recording solutions and networked system solutions with the introduction of the DSR-2004Hxxx. The new DVR incorporates an impressive selection of features such as multi-client accessibility for multi-users and access capabilities with triplex function for simultaneous recording, playback and monitoring. Additional key features include MPEG-4 recording, up to 500GB storage capacity and built-in motion detection.
"DVRs are the backbone of today's video surveillance systems â€“ whether used stand-alone or in a larger networked systems environment," said Frank Abram, Vice President/General Manager, Security Products Division, Sanyo Fisher Company. "Our new DSR-2004Hxxx DVR offers a unique combination of features to deliver optimal levels of control, performance and operational versatility.
The unit offers MPEG-4 recording to provide high quality images with a low bit rate for optimal network transmission and storage capability with a recording rate up to 120 ips at 360 x 240 per channel and the ability to adjust the recording rate of individual cameras from 1 to 30 ips. Built-in motion detection enables alarm recording, while live capture allows JPEG still image output of live images. The DSR-2004Hxxx also features triplex function to simultaneously record, play back and monitor live camera images via the network. The DSR-2004 also has the ability to search recorded data by event, time/date or time line.
The DSR-2004Hxxx provides PTZ telemetry control of Sanyo and several manufacturers' cameras. An IR remote is also included to provide remote operation of up to 9 DVRs. The DSR-2004Hxxx supports composite and VGA monitor outputs, with easy backup of BMP or JPEG still images and AVI files using a USB memory stick.
More information: www.sanyocctv.com