Tomohawk DR16100-80 – High Speed DVR

Product Profile

The Tomohawk DR16100-80 Digital Video Recorder brings together reliability, true real time display of up to 16 video cameras and up to 100 frames per second recording capabilities.

Advanced features include multi-zone VMD detection, user definable quality/speed/scheduling of each camera, external connectivity via PSTN/ISDN/LAN, local backup to integral CDRW, PTZ control (local or remote), industrial standard IPC rack case with managed cooling system etc.  Despite its functionality, it is very simple to use.

Proven track record in retail, finance, and forecourt sectors, the Tomohawk DVR is suited to a variety of demanding applications.

Real time display mode provides hi res visuals, with up to 16 cameras displayed in graphic full motion.  Multi-screen options include 2x2, 3x3, 4x4 and split screen.  There are also 2x spot monitors (multiscreen) and a dedicated composite video output i.e. for transfer to VCR.
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Technical Specification

Make Tomohawk
Manufacturer Quick Solutions Limited
Model code DR16100-80
Channels 16
Recording Mode Real Time / Event
Monitor Outputs 3
Inbuilt Multiplexer Yes
Multiplexer Type Triplex
Storage Capacity GB 80
Image per second (IPS) 100 over 16 cameras
Compression Type JPEG, MPEG
Recording System HDD,CD-ROM
Mount type 16 in, 3 out
Electrical Specifications Power Consumption: 220
Environmental Specifications Operating Temp oC: -10~+55
Additional info THE TOMOHAWK DR-16100 combines Triplex multiplexing hard drive recording with remote transmission. Archives up to 600MB of video footage to CDR. Multi screen display in live and replay modes. Displays up to 400 fps for all cameras. Built in hardware watchdog for unattended operation. Comes with 19” rack ears and blank plates. 16x10x40 buffer under-run protected CD archiver for CDRW. PTZ, OSD and sequencer. Optional expansion up to 800GB internal storage and RAID storage. Video PLAYER software (local) replays archived footage on any PC. Remote CLIENT software allows remote access of live and stored images.
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