artec GW2001 Multieye-Hybrid GreenWatch recorder with 8 channels

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The MULTIEYE-HYBRID GreenWatch recorder with 8 channels is the ideal product for demanding surveillance tasks in smaller objects.  The GreenWatch HYBRID recorder features 4 analog and 4 IP video inputs. It can process image data rates of up to 480 megapixels per second thus being perfectly suitable for applications in connection with megapixel cameras. For easily integrating network cameras the software supports more than 800 of the most common IP cameras and video servers of more than 80+ different manufacturers which allows ultra-fast and uncomplicated adaptation.

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Manufacturer artec technologies AG
Model code GW2001
Series MULTIEYE GreenWatch Hybrid
Recording Mode Real Time / Timelapse / Event
Video inputs 8
Software solution Yes
Hardware solution Yes
Inbuilt multiplexer Yes
Multiplexer type Quadplex
Recording system HDD
Storage capacity 1 TB
Secondary storage DVD-RW
Storage rate 200 fps
Video motion detection Yes
Multiple NVR support Yes
Instantaneous playback Yes
Voltage 110 ~ 230 VAC
Power consumption (W) 90W
Weight (kg) 7300
Dimensions (mm) 222 x 190 x 351
Operating temperature (°C) -10 ~ +35
Operating humidity (%) 5 ~ 70
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The MULTIEYE-HYBRID GreenWatch recorder with 8 channels is the ideal product for demanding surveillance tasks in smaller objects.  The GreenWatch HYBRID recorder features 4 analog and 4 IP video inputs. It can process image data rates of up to 480 megapixels per second thus being perfectly suitable for applications in connection with megapixel cameras. For easily integrating network cameras the software supports more than 800 of the most common IP cameras and video servers of more than 80+ different manufacturers which allows ultra-fast and uncomplicated adaptation.

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