Plustek to launch new network video recorder

Plustek Technology, a manufacturer of affordable yet robust workplace communications and video tools, announced today that the company will exhibit its award-winning line of products at the ASIS 2008 conference, a security-focused event, from September 15th through the 18th at the Georgia World Congress Center.

Plustek is pleased to announce its extension in the video surveillance arena with the launch of the Plustek NVR 4000, a Network Video Recorder that provides motion-JPEG recording that connects directly to a network and is managed through a LAN or the Internet. Working concurrently with Axis, Mobotix, Panasonic, and Pelco IP cameras, the Plustek NVR 4000 helps record images and manages up to four IP cameras at the same time.

The NVR 4000 bundled software application enables simultaneous recording and remote access to live views and playback of recorded images from up to four network cameras. With a built-in 320 GB hard drive, recording speed up to 60 fps (frames per second) in VGA (640x480 pixels), 120 fps in QVGA (320x240 pixels), and QCIF (160x120 pixels), the Plustek NVR 4000 makes it easy to detect shoplifters, reduce false alarms, increase personal safety, and view any premises for security needs, making it ideal for locations such as; shops, gas stations, businesses, hotels and offices.

-Distributed Management System
-High-speed Video Recording
-Weekly Scheduled Recording
-Auto IP System
-Ultra-Slim Compact Size
-Module Design

Those interested in scheduling an on-site demo or briefing can do so by calling Jason Kirshner at 949-579-9569 x 801.