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Site Map - Video Recorders

DVR Lockbox

- Video Mount Products of Stevens­ville, Maryland, has introduced a new lockbox for protecting digital video re­corders.

Hybrid DVR

- Vicon Industries Inc. of Hauppauge, New York, now offers a single-box solution to combine video management software with integrated access control. The Kollector Bridge is a hybrid digital video recorder that supports 16 analog and eight IP or meg­a­pixel cameras with the ViconNet open platform video management system.

Compact Recorder

- The Compact NVR-AS 3000 is a Linux-based stand­alone device from IndigoVision of Edinburgh, Scotland. The network video recorder can record and play back 20 MPEG-4 and H.264 video and audio streams simultaneously with a choice of 500-megabyte or 1-terabyte removable disks.

Recorder/Monitor

- Samsung Techwin Ameri­ca–CCTV Division of Carson, California, has introduced a new four-channel digital video recorder with a self-contained 3.5-inch LCD monitor on the front panel.

Wireless Video Kit

- The Super Video Commander Kit from San Diego-based Sperry West Inc. makes it easy to set up and record surveillance video.

DVR Upgrades

- Bosch Security Systems, Inc., of Fairport, New York, has introduced new firmware and control center software for its Divar XF Hybrid Digital Video Recorder, which supports eight or 16 analog cameras and up to eight H.264 IP video streams.

Video Surveillance

- Arecont Vision of Glendale, California, and Instek Digital of Highland Park, Illinois, have partnered to offer a seamless solution that integrates Arecont’s line of H.264 mega­pixel IP cameras with Instek’s network video recorders.

Hybrid DVR

- Dedicated Micros of Chantilly, Virginia, has introduced the SD Advanced Hybrid Digital Video Recorder for the mid-range CCTV market. The recorder comes in 16-, 12-, and 8-channel models with capabilities such as IP video source recording, front panel local control, transcoding, and VGA main monitor support.

Digital Video Recorder

- The new SHR-6164 Digital Video Re­corder from SAMSUNG | GVI Security, Inc., of Carrollton, Texas, uses dual codec to re­cord and transmit video via a network. It al­lows high-quality picture recording to the hard drive and continuous remote monitoring.

Video Storage

- Vicon Industries Inc. of Hauppauge, New York, is replacing its line of RAID storage devices with new iSCSI SAN RAID models that use newer networking and storage technology. The new models feature multiple hot-swappable hard drives that provide secure storage of recorded digital video.

Intelligent Video

- On-Net Surveillance Systems, Inc. of Pearl River, New York, has introduced a new distributed network video recorder.

Open Platform Video

- On-Net Surveillance Systems, Inc., of Pearl River, New York, has expanded its Ocularis open-architecture platform to include integration with third-party network video recorders (NVR), record­ers, and managed NVRs.

H.264 Recorder

- Speco Technologies of Amityville, New York, has introduced the Hybrid H.264 TH Series DVR, which features IP and analog camera support as well as advanced H.264 compression algorithms.
 




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