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|Model Code||C-Cure NetVue|
|Model Info||C•CURE NetVue provides seamless integration with digital video management systems, such as American Dynamics’ Intellex, Nice Systems NiceVision, or Loronix CCTVware. This integration not only allows users to tie an event generated on C•CURE 800/8000 to a video clip, but also to automatically activate events based on alarms received from the DVMS. Using C•CURE NetVue, an administrator can double-click on camera icons next to events, such as “Door Propped Open”, which are generated on the C•CURE 800 monitoring Station. When the C•CURE NetVue window opens, the administrator can watch live video or “rewind” the video clip to the point where the event occurred. The video clips can easily be saved as .avi files for archiving or emailing.|
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