GE Security's DIGI-4 DVR offers more than a month of hard disk recording, is well-suited for smaller applications and MPEG-4 compression.
Austin, Texas -- GE's Security business has announced the availability of its DIGI-4 digital video recorder, which offers more than one month of hard disk recording in a package that's easy to use, install and maintain, making it an ideal solution for the small business environment.
"GE's new DIGI-4 digital recorder provides a 'fit-and-forget' solution for small businesses, with a simple search function for reviewing video," said Robert Siegel, Security's general manager for Video Solutions.
The DIGI-4 also includes security features such as external alarm inputs and motion detection that triggers an alarm when movement in a user-definable area of the image is detected. This entry-level digital solution for smaller applications also provides MPEG-4 compression for small file sizes, along with greater storage capacity and faster streaming over Ethernet.
The DIGI-4 operates in Triplex mode for viewing, recording and playing back images simultaneously, with a recording speed of up to 30 pps (NTSC) or 25 pps (PAL).
With full remote viewing over local Ethernet and no degradation of video images, the DIGI-4 offers both high reliability and exceptional quality. Other notable features include a USB-2 port for archive capability, full duplex audio, and fast searching.
The DIGI-4 digital video recorder is available now.