HRXD HIGH PERFORMANCE 16CH-240IPS-DVR REPLACES MODELS HRHD16C80 & HRHD16C180
The HRXD Series is a high-performance digital recording system that combines the benefits of digital recording up to 240 ips NTSC and 200 ips PAL with the advanced processing of a multiplexer. The HRXD DVRs feature Honeywell’s sophisticated, proprietary XtraStor compression technology that provides morestorage on smaller media without sacrificing image quality – providing days, weeks and even months of high-resolution video storage.
The HRXD Series performs advanced processing on video received from the 9 or 16 input cameras, allowing customization of time lapse, event, pre-event, and other recording parameters necessary to support a wide variety of surveillance applications. Additional options exist to control recording by schedules, external inputs such as text input, alarm sensors, or configurable motion detection. This flexibility provides a customized video processing system for each installation. The HRXD Series continues to record during playback, archive, and remote access sessions. The HRXD Series also provides users with fast and effective video clip copying and archiving functions via hard disk drives, built-in CD-RW, Ultra Wide SCSI, and USB (hard disk, CD-RW or FLASH drives).
The HRXD Series offers full support for remote access using Remote Administration System Plus Software (RASplus), which allows remote monitoring of up to 16 DVRs at once. Networking capabilities (LAN & ADSL) enable users to operate and manage the system remotely.
Market Opportunities The HRXD Series’ advanced feature set makes it ideal to support a wide variety of surveillance applications, including: Retail and financial (the text interface allows the HRXD to interface to ATMs and POS terminals) and law enforcement (high capture rate supports operating multiple simultaneous cameras). Educational facilities and other institutions benefit from HRXD’s intuitive user interface that makes it easy to search for desired video and copy the video clips to commonly available media such as CD-ROM or USB memory sticks. 9 or 16 looping video inputs (model dependent) Long-term video storage using XtraStor Technology Continues recording while archiving, transmitting to remote site and during playback Records up to 240/200 images per second (NTSC/PAL) Built-in CD-RW drive and 3 USB 2.0 ports Infrared remote control Text input for interface to automatic teller machines and point-of-sale (POS) terminals Time synchronization between DVR and time server or other DVR PTZ dome control for a wide variety of protocols Remote access through PSTN, LAN/WAN (internal NIC), DSL and ISDN (RASplus software included) Video archiving via Ultra Wide SCSI interface WebGuard remote access via PC with Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser