Panasonic Enhances WJ-HD220 DVR with More Storage Space

Secaucus, NJ – Panasonic Security Systems, a division of Panasonic System Solutions Company (PSSA), has introduced an enhanced version of the company’s popular WJ-HD220 DVR that features 33% more recording capacity at the same price point. The enhanced WJ-HD220 DVR features a 160GB hard disk drive (previously 120GB) and is also available with a 320GB hard disk drive for more demanding recording and storage applications. The versatile units offer 8 inputs plus PTZ camera control for stand-alone or satellite systems applications, and is an ideal replacement for a wide range of system applications using VCRs.

“Panasonic’s WJ-HD220 DVRs are an important component in our growing line of recording solutions since they fill an important application niche, especially for small systems operations,” said Paul Robinson, Product Marketing Manager – DVR’s, Panasonic Security Systems. “With an increase in recording capacity up to a maximum of 320GB, the WJ-HD220 DVRs are clearly a superior replacement for VCRs in those applications looking to enhance their recording capabilities with a cost-effective digital solution.”

Panasonic’s new WJ-HD220 DVRs deliver a wide range of performance features including: up the coax control up to 3000 feet using Panasonic VD2 for control of Panasonic dome camera pan/tilt/zoom operations; direct time/date and list search functions; simultaneous live monitoring, recording and playback; electronic zoom and motion detection capabilities. In addition, the unit features on-board networking capabilities for integration into networked systems which allows the units to be configured in a wide range of systems applications employing distributed architecture.

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