The DX7016 Series Digital Video Recorder (DVR) is the perfect storage solution for unattended recording. Phenomenal compression technology and flexible, internal storage capacity alleviate the need for on-site personnel and external storage devices.
Product Features 16 Inputs for Fixed/Moveable Cameras Camera Pan/Tilt/Zoom Control Via RS-422 Multiple Hard Drive Configurations for Video Storage Multiple Camera Displays for Live Viewing or Playback While Recording Continuous, Motion Detection, Alarm, Pre-Alarm, and Scheduled Recording Modes Records Up to 60 Images Per Second High-Speed Searching (Date, Time, and Alarm) Back-up Management with External Storage Device Playback by Date, Time, and Camera 16 Alarm Inputs 16 Control Outputs Built-in Video Motion Detection Hardware Watchdog On-Screen Menu Programming and Operation Remote Viewing, Access, and Control Via PSTN, ISDN, and TCP/IP (LAN/WAN/INTERNET) Recognition of Image Alteration The DX7000's high capacity recording capabilities are enhanced with built-in video motion detection, alarm-based recording, and relay outputs to controls. Record and display images from one, four, nine or sixteen camera inputs to a single SVGA monitor. Analog monitor output available for viewing purposes. View live video while recording and process commands to operate pan/tilt/zoom functions on controllable cameras such as Pelco's Spectra and Esprit Series. The DVR also features remote site access (through free software), individual remote site settings, and multiple password levels. The DX7000 Series DVR's remarkable recording features make it easy to customize a recording schedule. Continuous, motion, and/or sensor detection can be programmed using up to 24 available group schedules. Each camera has an alarm input that triggers alarm recording when a ground signal is received from the alarm device. This input will tell the unit to start recording, or if it is already recording, to record at a higher speed. If the recording is already in progress, a pre-alarm recording function can be set to record images before the alarm sensor detects disturbances. When the unit is not recording, it can be set to activate when a camera detects motion. Each camera can be programmed to detect motion, including the capability to select up to 10 motion detection areas (per camera) and motion sensitivity. Digital zoom permits the user to zoom in on a selected area of the image during live viewing and playback. Versatile high-speed search operations include time and date searching, index searching, skip searching, and alarm list searching. To handle applications requiring long-term storage of recorded images, the DX7000 Series DVR is capable of using supplementary devices to create backups and copies without interrupting hard disk recording. Free remote site software is included with the DX7000 to provide remote site viewing of live and recorded video. Remote site users have search, pan and tilt and relay capabilities.