Mitsubishi show off latest innovations on stand M130
The newly launched DX-TL5000E will be prominently featured on the stand. The DX-TL5000E is an advanced 16 channel digital recorder, which utilises the latest JPEG2000 technology to ensure high picture quality and efficient image compression. It also boasts a recording rate of upto 200 pictures per second and a viewing rate of 800 pictures per second. The DX-TL5000E can be equipped with upto 3 internal hard disks, while the optional HDD extension unit can house 2 hard disks each (a maximum of 7 HDD extension units can be connected), providing as much as storage as you could want. The extraordinary versatility, host of features and the easy setup and operation of the DX-TL5000E, allow it to satisfy a wide variety of security demands, reliably and efficiently.
Also on stand M130, Mitsubishi will display the advanced custom built DS security system, a 2x2 50” video wall ideal for use within control room situations, and examples of Mitsubishi’s highly reliable timelapse VCRs and dye sublimation printers.
Ifsec stand M130
|Recording Mode||Real time / Timelapse / Event|
|Storage Capacity GB||500|
|Image per second (IPS)||200 over all cams|
|Mount type||16 in, 2 out|
Dimensions mm: 425 x 390 x 175
Weight kg: 14 kg
|Electrical Specifications||Power Consumption: 0.3A|
Operating Temp oC: 5 ~ 40
Operating Humidity %: 30% ~ 80%
|Additional info||16 channel, Real time / Timelapse / Event, 500 Gb hard drive, minimum playback 30 hours, max playback 48518 hours, max 200 (PAL) Fps, Triplex Multiplexer, CCTV digital video recorder DVR - The DX-TL5000E uses the latest compression method, JPEG2000 for improved video quality and compression efficiency. It features triplex recording, allowing for playback of data and display of live images whilst recording current data. Two multiplexer outputs make it possible to display both different live cameras with multi-screen formats. If connecting two or more DX-TL5000Es, one unit can be set-up as a master connected to the monitor outputs, with other units just connected to the master.|
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