Integral Technologies is already expanding on the newly released DVXe line of Digital Video Management Systems with the addition of a 32 camera system. The 32 camera DVXe stands at only 3U high (about 5 inches) with up to 900 GB of hard drive space. DVXe can record at up to 120 images per second (ips) and includes four audio channels that are integrated with every video channel on the system.
DVXe is a new approach to Digital Video Management Systems from a company that pioneered the industry. The "e" in the product name indicates that DVXe is an embedded product, meaning that the operating system is never accessible to the user or exposure to outside, unauthorized access. The DVXe is not open to external downloading of applications, e-mails, viruses or Trojan horses which are potentially harmful to the operation of most systems. The DVXe line is also available in 4, 9 and 16 camera versions housed in a single unit 2U chassis.
With the increased security risks that face computers and computer networks today, it is important to protect against viruses and potential attacks on security systems. Integral has carefully designed the DVXe with security and reliability as its top priority. A closed, locked-down system, DVXe is designed as an embedded DVR that easily operates with all of Integral's legacy product lines. DVXe systems can be networked with other Integral Technologies' systems and accessed via the RemoteView software.
"We know that 32-camera Digital Video Management Systems is an extraordinary market with double digit growth," notes Bill Beach, Director of Sales for Integral Technologies. "By expanding the DVXe line to fill this demand we are offering a highly featured product in a convenient size with the added security needed in today's hostile network environment."
In addition, DVXe comes standard with Integral's new Easy Evidence functionality. With Easy Evidence anyone can easily and quickly export video. Simply push the Easy Evidence button and up to seven days of captured video from selected cameras is automatically exported to the included CD-RW drive. The video is recorded in a format that can be played on any PC. If an incident occurs, simply press the Easy Evidence button and give the completed CD with exported video to the proper authorities. The Easy Evidence feature greatly simplifies the video exporting process and reduces the amount of time needed to train users. The new Bookmarking feature allows users to store recorded video segments on the hard drive indefinitely. They are not recorded over when the hard drives reach capacity. As with all of the recorded video on the system, bookmarked segments are included when the user performs recorded video searches.
As with all systems from Integral Technologies, DVXe is loaded with powerful recording, viewing and administrative features that can be accessed from the individual system or remotely including:
' Simultaneous recording, playback and live viewing (triplex)
' Pre- and Post-Alarm recording
' Full PTZ Control
' Automatic e-mail and alarm output notification
' Passive looping outputs
' 4 switched video outputs
' 16 input alarm triggers
' 1 output alarm trigger
' Multiple camera display
The new 32 input DVXe will be on display at the upcoming 2004 ASIS Exhibition in Dallas. Visit us at booth #401.
About Integral Technologies (www.integraltech.com)
Integral Technologies designs and manufactures a complete line of powerful, yet easy to use digital video management systems, electronic access control systems and fully integrated solutions. With well over 20,000 systems in the field worldwide, and the backing of Schneider Electric, a multi-billion dollar company, Integral Technologies is a world-wide leader and innovator in the industry. To find out more about our security solutions, visit us at www.integraltech.com.