Technical Specification

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  • Make: Pelco
  • Model code: DX9216H
  • Series: DX9200 Series
  • Channels: 16
  • Recording Mode: Timelapse / Event
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The DX9200 Series Digital Video Recorder (DVR) is an enterprise class recording system that can store and play back images from any number of cameras at 7.5, 15, or 30 images per second per camera simultaneously. These images are transferred to a number of RAID storage units for safekeeping and can be recalled from Viewstations that are connected to the network. The storage units use RAID technology. Level 5 or Level 5+1 is available. In Level 5, data is divided between drives in such a way that if one drive fails, the data can be reconstructed from the remaining drives. Because of the low bandwidth requirements on the network, the system can be distributed over many buildings in many different physical locations in different cities or even countries.

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Make Pelco
Manufacturer Pelco by Schneider Electric
Model code DX9216H
Series DX9200 Series
Channels 16
Recording Mode Timelapse / Event
Monitor Outputs 1
Inbuilt Multiplexer Yes
Multiplexer Type Duplex
Storage Capacity GB Unlimited
Image per second (IPS) 12.5(PAL) / 15(NTSC)
Compression Type MPEG-1
Resolution 352 x 288
Signal Mode PAL / NTSC
Recording System RAID
Mount type 16 in, 1 out
Network Type LAN / WAN
IP Ready PTZ
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 177.8 x 482.6 x 497.8
Weight kg: 24.4
Electrical Specifications Power Consumption: 235
Environmental Specifications Operating Temp oC: 5 ~ 29
Operating Humidity %: 80%
Additional info The DX9200 Series Digital Video Recorder (DVR) is an enterprise class recording system that can store and play back images from any number of cameras at 7.5, 15, or 30 images per second per camera simultaneously. These images are transferred to a number of RAID storage units for safekeeping and can be recalled from Viewstations that are connected to the network. The storage units use RAID technology. Level 5 or Level 5+1 is available. In Level 5, data is divided between drives in such a way that if one drive fails, the data can be reconstructed from the remaining drives. Because of the low bandwidth requirements on the network, the system can be distributed over many buildings in many different physical locations in different cities or even countries.
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