Mini DVR

Mini DVR

The mini DVR (Digital Video Recorder) is a stand-alone, network enabled, hybrid digital video/audio recorder for security and surveillance applications, supporting both analog and IP cameras. The DVR converts any analog camera to an intelligent, high resolution, network-enabled surveillance system. The device enhances the functionality of the attached IP cameras by providing a store and forward A/V stream feature. Up to 4 IP cameras, including high definition camera are supported. Continuous, event based and scheduled recording modes are available.

The device can be fully controlled, via standard web browsers, over LAN/WAN. View live feed of an analog or IP camera or a pre-recorded A/V file; 2-way audio, start and stop recording; PTZ; download a file or segment of a file; and delete/rename files. The DVR is also a stand-alone player, with standard play back and smart search features that allow access to the recorded contents quickly & efficiently for local viewing. Both Event and Time based playback modes are available.

$2,850.00

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Small and rugged stand-alone system
Ultra-reliable, almost zero data loss on power failure
Supports both analog and IP cameras
Network-enabled plug and play with full network access, control and configuration
Event-based recording (e.g. motion detection)
Email, SMS & ftp notification of events
Full mobility (wireless & cellular networks)
Includes a GPS data logger (NMEA-0183)
Industry standard RTMP streaming
Records data to any USB storage device
Patented H.264 compression algorithm
One touch recorder/player (patent pending)
AVI file format for playback on any computer
Patented reverse play and other trick modes
Playback entire recording as a virtual tape
Smart search by event type, jump to time
Video frame and segment extraction
Symmetric decentralized monitoring, recording and playback (patent pending)

Video encoding H.264 (Analog camera)
Video capture MJPEG (IP camera)
Video transcoding (decode/encode) Real time conversion of MJPEG to H.264 for store and forward
Resolution Full D1 (720x480) for recording, QVGA (320x240) to Full D1 (720x480) for transcoding
Frame rate 30 fps (NTSC), 25 fps (PAL)
Video signal format NTSC, PAL and SECAM
Video input / output S-video input, CVBS input(BNC), S-video output, CVBS output(RCA), RJ45 input for IP camera
Video tagging Date, timestamp, frame number and GPS data
Audio compression MP3(16kbps, 8KHz)
Audio input / output Stereo Line-in (3.5mm jack), Mono microphone input (PC-compatible), Stereo Line-out (3.5mm jack)
Multiplexing AVI container for video and audio data
Circular mode Non-stop recording by overwriting the oldest data first
Linear mode Recording stops when storage media is full
Event mode Recording starts and stops based on events: motion detection, video signal loss, audio loudness detection and camera tampering
Event recording history Pre-event buffer (0-3 seconds), Post-event buffer (1-10 seconds)
Continuous mode Continues recording until manually stopped
IP camera mode MJPEG recorded in real-time at highest resolution supported by the camera
Tape mode Seamless transition between recorded files, Playback: play till end of recording, Rewind : traverses backwards to the beginning of the recording, Forward : traverses forward to the end of the recording
Control modes Pause, Fast Fwd (16x, 32x, 64x, 90x ) , Fast Rwd (1x, 16x, 32x, 64x, 90x), Reverse Play
Segment extraction Save a segment of interest during playback
TV or computer Playback on a TV or on a computer using off the shelf media players like VLC as well as via standard browsers with a flash player plug-in
Smart Search & Play Timestamp based or event based
Streaming Location free monitoring (Live streaming), Stream and store video simultaneously, Pre-recorded files
Protocols supported HTTP, RTMP, TCP, UDP, DHCP, SMTP; Standard analog PTZ protocols (Sony VISCA, Pelco D)
Web server File management ( rename/delete/download/update list )
Ethernet switch or router Two 10/100 Base Ethernet ports (RJ45), Supports cellular modems like Sierra Wireless AirLink™ Raven, CradlePoint CTR-500 and any DSL modem
USB connectivity USB 2.0 host port (Type A connector) for external USB storage devices, USB 2.0 host port (Type AB connector) for external USB storage devices
Serial interfaces (GPS, PTZ) RS232 | RS422 | RS485, GPS power (DB-9 connector) I2C (on header)
Alarm input/output Optocoupler isolated 2 inputs and 2 outputs (8-pin Mini-Din connector)
Switches 5 control buttons (front panel)
Power input 8 - 30 V DC range (2mm Barrel connector); Operable from an automobile cigratte lighter source
Power output 12VDC, 500mA (1.65mm Barrel connector), Regulated output for powering external cameras

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