During Intersec 2011 Mitsubishi will be demonstrating its new range of IP cameras with H264,MPEG4 compression, the latest MPEG-4 & JPEG2000 digital video recorders, NetHunter IP software and LCD display panels.
Mitsubishi's security products fulfil the purpose in domestic, retail, banking, corporate as well as the public sector
Mitsubishi Electric, a world leader in the design and manufacture of advanced security solutions, will be exhibiting at the Intersec trade fair and conference in Dubai on stand 2-33C from 16th - 18th January 2011.

With continual advances in technology, customer's expectations for a complete security system that offers extensive reliability, flexibility and innovation is increasing.

Mitsubishi's comprehensive security products utilise the latest technology and are built to the highest standard making them ideal for applications where high quality recording and display is essential.

From recording to storage and display; Mitsubishi's security products can provide one complete solution that are ideal for a host of applications including domestic, retail, banking, corporate and the public sector.

IP Camera Solutions
Built to the highest standard Mitsubishi's new IP cameras are all network ready enabling on-screen security monitoring via the internet, regardless of distance and location. Ideal for multi site locations, our range of indoor and outdoor cameras are MPEG-4 and H.264 compatible, feature full frame rates and quality settings up to D1 and comes equipped with the very latest video analytics enabling motion based video recording.

Designed for accurate CCTV surveillance, the advanced video analytics function (available as an optional upgrade) is able to alert users of suspicious behaviour by detecting movements including direction, stopping, loitering, entering, exiting, appearing and disappearing motions. Easy to install and maintain Mitsubishi's cameras can be connected to the newly developed NVR and encoders and controlled through Mitsubishi's NetHunter IP software, an essential single server video system that has been designed to manage IP cameras, NVRs and DVRs.

MPEG-4 Digital Video Recorders
The DX-TL304E and DX-TL308E are compact and affordably priced 4 and 8 channel DVR's and the DX-TL5716E is an advanced 16 channel version. All utilise MPEG-4 compression providing reliable 24/7 surveillance. The 304E and 308E provide real time recording of up to 100 frames per second and 200 frames per second respectively.

Mitsubishi's new MPEG-4 recorders come with motion detection, time and date search facility

Designed as compact and lightweight solutions, both DVR's can easily and conveniently be installed in virtually any location. With a removable front panel for HDD access, up to two high-capacity HDDs are accommodated inside the unit to ensure a user friendly and easy maintenance DVR. Both models support multiple protocols for PTZ dome cameras.

The DX-TL5716E has a recording rate of 400 frames per second and features two built in high capacity HDDs, as well as a built-in USB, CD/DVD-R/RW drive a unique and advanced feature in today's market. All of Mitsubishi's new MPEG-4 recorders come with motion detection, time and date search facility, are easy to install and operate, and can be connected easily to a DX-KB5 keyboard for advanced control.

JPEG 2000 Digital Video Recorders
Mitsubishi's JPEG2000 DVR's have all been approved by the Kalagate imagery bureau as providing ‘safe evidence' for many courts of law in the UK. The DX-TL4509E, a 9-channel digital recorder, and the DX-TL4516E, a 16-channel version come equipped with many of the advanced features of Mitsubishi's most advanced and highly regarded DVR, the DX-TL5000E.

Mitsubishi DVR's utilise the latest JPEG2000 compression technology for high quality

These include triplex functionality and built in motion detection, as well as a dual monitor output that allows for the simultaneous monitoring of both live and recorded footage on monitor A and B positions. Fully featured, the 4516 come as standard with 1TB of HDD, and the 4509E with 500GB HDD. Both models can accommodate 2 HDDs internally providing a maximum of 2Tb, assuming 1TB drive are installed. Up to 15Tb, utilising 1TB HDDs can be added externally using the ZD6UE HDD extender box. Utilising the latest JPEG2000 compression technology for high quality, fine detailed pictures both 9 and 16 channel DVR's come with a built-in CD/DVD-R/RW drive.

Software Solutions
NetHunter IP is a CCTV software management system developed by Mitsubishi. Recent CCTV studies suggest a shift away from the most common form of security solutions including Digital Video Recorders (DVR's) and analogue cameras and more towards IP systems. NetHunter IP enables users to be able to operate both DVR and IP systems. An essential single server video system that has been designed to manage IP cameras, NVR and DVR's by combining Mitsubishi's expertise with a new user friendly design format, NetHunter can integrate IP and analogue cameras quickly and easily.

Display Solutions
There will also be examples from Mitsubishi's range of LCD monitors that have been specifically designed for public display use. The range includes 32", 42", 46" and slim bezel 42", 52" & 65" options that all produce high definition, dynamic images accurately, and feature multi-screen display and zooming functions, making them ideal for image and information communication. Come visit us at stand 2-33C.

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