Mitsubishi Introduces New Slim-Line 16-Channel DVR

IRVINE, CALIFORNIA — June 15, 2006 — Bringing high-end performance and intuitive ease of use to the mid market category, Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America today introduced its 16-channel DX-TL4516 Digital Video Recorder with built-in multiplexer for simultaneous live and record viewing. The new slim-line DX-TL4516 features an included CD/DVD drive, motion detection and JPEG 2000 compression, and is ideally suited for 24/7 digital video surveillance in a wide array of applications where quality video performance and bulletproof reliability are required.

"The new DX-TL4516U elevates the performance threshold of DVRs in the mid-market category while at the same time reducing the learning curve for operation," explained Jeff Kiuchi, product specialist, Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America Security Products. "This new unit, along with our DX-TL910 and DX-TL5000U models, means we can now offer our customers a 'very good,' 'better' and 'best' solution for nearly any application."

Other features of the network-ready DX-TL4516U include pan/tilt/zoom control of dome cameras, long pre-alarm recording, up to one terabyte (TB) internal storage capacity with optional seven TB external storage, mirroring functionality, alarm partitions and emergency recording. The Linux-based DX-TL4516U also boasts user-friendly GUI menus for easy recording set-up and image management. The unit features synchronous audio recording and remote monitoring via the Web or a PC running Mitsubishi's DX-PC55U remote software.

Mitsubishi's DX-TL4516U comes with a five-year limited warranty and its industry-renowned Emergency Replacement Assistance that provides 24-hour replacement product in the event of specific system failure. Optional accessories include the DX-ZD5UE HDD extension unit for additional storage up to seven terabytes, and a DX-KBUE security controller keyboard.

Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America's comprehensive line of DVRs offers the superior recording capabilities, flexibility and advanced functionality that only digital technology can bring. From the versatile DX-TL5000U for enterprise-class applications to the DX-TL910U, a nine-channel DVR with built-in network that is ideal for smaller applications, all Mitsubishi security recorders are based on solid embedded architecture, ensuring optimal efficiency and long-term reliability.

Headquartered in Irvine, Calif., Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America, Inc. is a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation of Japan, a worldwide leader in premium quality imaging and presentation products that set the standard in innovation, performance and reliability. For more information visit