IES SiteScape Digital Video Recording and Management System

Product Profile

SiteScape is a scalable system that can be networked and controlled remotely.  From a simple 16 camera installation through to hundreds of cameras on multiple sites, the SiteScape DVR provides programmable control of PTZ and dome cameras, offering total integration with alarm and access control systems.  It records high quality full frames, not merely changes between frames, onto high capacity hard disk and can be archived onto various media.  It can record, playback and monitor live images simultaneously from multiple camera sites, using PSTN, ISDN & GSM networks, plus TCP/IP.  Sitescape offers many different record modes including variable time-lapse, Video Motion Detection (VMD), alarm interrupt mode, variable pre-event and manual trigger.

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Technical Specification

Make IES
Manufacturer IES Digital Systems Plc
Model code IDVS16C/300
Series SiteScape Series
Channels 16 channels
Recording Mode Real Time / Timelapse / Event recording
Inbuilt Multiplexer Yes
Multiplexer Type Triplex
Storage Capacity GB 300 GB storage
Image per second (IPS) up to 25 fps storage rate
Compression Type JPEG
Resolution 768 (H) x 576 (V) resolution
Recording System HDD/DVD
Mount type 16 inputs
Network Type LAN / WAN
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 485 x 200 x 120
Weight kg: 16 kg
Environmental Specifications Operating Temp oC: 0 ~ 25
Additional info Comes with 650MB Read/Write CDRW Drive or 12GB DDS3 Tape Drive (model IDVS16D/300) or 25GB AIT Tape Drive (model IDVS16A/300). Telemetry Interface: RS232. Control Interface: System keyboard with variable speed joystick, or keyboard & mouse. Video Loop Through, 9 or 16 composite 1v p-p into 75 ohm via BNC patch panel, with selectable termination. Can be configured remotely (TCP/IP, ISDN, PSTN, GSM).
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