With the recent introduction of two multi-screen digital video recorders (DVR), model VR-616E, a sixteen channel DVR and the VR-609E, a nine channel DVR, JVC Professional Europe Ltd offers a comprehensive range of digital and analogue CCTV products that can be configured for security systems.
"The main advantage of system configurations is that a system is easily scalable and upgrades are simple with the possibility to combine both analogue and digital products. This ensures long term viability, high image quality and cost effective results," comments Greg Gregoriou, Senior Sales Manager - CCTV at JVC Professional Europe.
Standard System Configuration The simplest of configurations is either a 9 or 16 channel DVRs which can be used to record from colour and day and night static cameras and domes.
Using a high resolution JVC colour monitor, this configuration is ideal for virtually any situation where reliable, high quality surveillance is required.
A CD-R/RW unit for duplication and storage of images is optional.
Standard System with System Controller The addition of a keyboard system controller, model GSC-2000J gives added flexibility to the CCTV system. Not only can it control the 9 or 16 channel DVRs but also it operates up to 16 high speed cameras or domes. This system provides the building blocks for a reliable surveillance system.
Images produced from colour and day/night static cameras and domes can be displayed immediately using a JVC high resolution monitor. Where display of images from selected cameras is critical, a spot monitor can be effortlessly added to the system.
Standard System with System Controller and External Storage The addition of a CD-R/RW unit and HDD storage component of up to 1.5 terabytes makes this system scalable enough to cope with the storage demands of a large security monitoring system. The keyboard controller can also be used.
Network System Configuration The system incorporates the addition of LAN/WAN networking, and is scalable with the option of a CD-R/RW unit and a removable hard disk (HDD). This allows the system to be expanded easily to 1.5TB. The unit can be controlled by the keyboard system controller.
The DVRs offer built in 10/100 BaseT network access for complete IP integration and compatibility. The unit can be controlled over a network using a PC through either a standard web browser such as Internet Explorer or via the viewer application that is bundled with each DVR unit.