Dedicated Micros to exhibit their latest EcoSense digital video recorder along with other new products
At the recent ISC West 2010 Dedicated Micros and AD Network Video exhibited their range of surveillance solutions.
A key development for Dedicated Micros was undoubtedly the company's revolutionary Integrated Camera Recording concept, as realized in the CamVu ICR, which will be on display at this year's ISC West.
The groundbreaking CamVu ICR brings together a megapixel or standard IP camera with a powerful enterprise class video server - all in one compact package - to deliver robust, failsafe, local storage,
local viewing and playback, remote access, metadata integration, event logging/management and even analytics at the edge of a customer's network. In practice this should mean that - unlike centralised NVR based solutions - recording can actually be maintained regardless of the status of the IP network.
Supplied with megapixel, VGA or analogue resolution, the CamVu ICR offers one day of full rate recording thanks to onboard solid state storage provided by a microSD card or similar storage media.In addition, the CamVu ICR has the potential to access further tiered storage,including a locally connected SATA drive via ATA over Ethernet (AoE). Using the AoE protocol allows the highly-secure, point-to-point, transfer of video files to a separate storage device, for backup and long-term archiving. A key point is that this can continue to operate, even in the event of complete failure of the TCP/IP architecture and network infrastructure.
|Recording Mode||Real Time / Timelapse / Event|
|Alarm I/O||17 in, 2 out|
|Storage Capacity GB||500|
|Image per second (IPS)||200 pps|
|Compression Type||JPEG, MPEG-4|
|External Storage||USB, DVD writer|
|Type of Multiplexer Functions||Viewing, Playback, Recording|
Dimensions mm: 292 x 439 x 99
Weight kg: 4,900
|Electrical Specifications||Voltage: 12 VDC|
|Additional info||The EcoSense DM/ECS2/500/16 can be accessed and controlled from the state-of-the-art, touch sensitive front panel or via a mouse or keyboard, giving the user full access to all the DVRs features including PTZ control, alarm and event management and activity detection.|
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