Panasonic has introduced new models of its WJ-HD220 series DVRs, with 33% more data storage. Previous models features 120GB or 240GB, while new models feature 160GB or 320GB at the same price point of the older models.
Secaucus, NJ â€“ Panasonic Security Systems, a division of Panasonic System Solutions Company (PSSA), has introduced an enhanced version of the companyâ€™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.
â€œPanasonicâ€™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,â€ said Paul Robinson, Product Marketing Manager â€“ DVRâ€™s, Panasonic Security Systems. â€œWith 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.â€
Panasonicâ€™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.
Panasonic Security Systems is online at www.panasonic.com/security.