American Dynamics™ Intellex® Ultra Digital Video Management System with new v4.1 software features!
Intellex Ultra is a new platform in the suite of Intellex digital video management systems that raises the competitive bar for delivering value, performance, reliability and integration capability.
Intellex Ultra is a reliable, high performance platform that captures higher resolution, de-interlaced images (4CIF, 200 ips; 2CIF, 400 ips) without compromising the capability to record full motion video. It seamlessly integrates with the entire Intellex product line as well as other critical business applications.
Intellex® Ultra Key Features
- 4 CIF resolution. Intellex Ultra supports 704 x 576 (PAL) format. This increased resolution means a wider field of vision for customers, allowing them to see more of the video that is captured
- Unparalleled reliability - an industry first, separate, solid-state, embedded system drive means no moving parts to wear out or fail
- 3U chassis - saves valuable rack space
- RAID 5 configuration and swappable drives - optimise security and flexibility
- New version 4.1 software
|Recording Mode||Real Time / Timelapse / Event|
|Alarm I/O||16 in, 16 out|
|Storage Capacity GB||1536|
|Image per second (IPS)||25 (PAL)/30 (NTSC)|
|Compression Type||ACC Compression|
|External Storage||DVD-RW, CD-RW|
|Mount type||16 in, 16 out|
Dimensions mm: 130 x 429 x 546
Weight kg: 17.3 kg
Voltage: 100 ~ 240 V AC
Power Consumption: 3.0 A
Operating Temp oC: 5 ~ 35
Operating Humidity %: 5 ~ 95
Intellex Ultra is a reliable, high performance platform that captures higher resolution, de-interlaced images (4CIF, 240 ips; 2CIF, 480 ips) without compromising the capability to record full motion video. Its 3U chassis saves expensive rack space, making it an ideal solution for applications like casinos or government facilities with limited space for security equipment. For ultimate flexibility and security, Intellex Ultra has up to four front-accessible, swappable 3.5 inch hard drive bays which can optionally be used in a RAID 5 configuration. Plus, an industry first, separate, solid-state, embedded system drive means no moving parts to wear out or fail.
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