The DVR1C1161 digital video recorder is the ideal and logical replacement for analog video recorders in CCTV systems. There is no need for costly and frequent maintenance, nor are there any videotapes to change and store. And, being digital, it offers many advanced recording and playback features, as well as continuous or time-lapse recording for up to a week or longer.
The DVR1C can connect directly to a single camera, or to multiple camera inputs routed via a multiplexer. It is compatible with Bosch and many other brands of multiplexers. The DVR1C allows the recording of both video and audio signals.
Easy access to stored images
One of the main benefits is the easy access to stored images. Search, for instance, by date/time or alarm events, and images are retrieved instantly. To make it even easier to view, store and share recorded data, individual frames or video can be exported to a Compact Flash card at the touch of a button, then transferred to a PC. Video data is stored in M-JPEG format to ensure compatibility across computer platforms.
Simple to use
The DVR1C is characterized by its ease-of-use. Simple front panel controls, including jog/shuttle playback control, make it extremely easy to navigate through the menu (displayed on a connected monitor), select options as well as view images. Operation is also possible via an optional supplied remote control. An optional cable incorporating an IR sensor enables remote control even if the recorder is out of the line of sight.
Recording can be triggered by an alarm connected directly to the DVR. All video images pass through a buffer. When an alarm is activated the video footage recorded just prior to the alarm is transfered to the hard disk, allowing users to view events leading up to the alarm at later time. Various recording modes are available, giving users the choice of optimized image quality or longer uninterrupted recording periods.
Remote access via Internet
For added convenience, the DVR1C incorporates a network facility that allows remote, Internet-based viewing using a standard web browser. Live or stored images can be accessed from any location, without disrupting recording. Users with the appropriate access clearance can even stop or start recording remotely. This is part of the multi-level password protection, which makes it possible to determine precisely who can view recorded and/or live images.