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Subject: New CCTV Catalog for Business & Residential
Posted by: Xtreme CCTV (web page)
IP #: 22.214.171.124
Date Posted: January 20, 2004 at 22:01:50
Subject: New CCTV Catalog for Business & Residential
Please take a look at our brand new CCTV catalog. We have a new name, new
owners, and a list of new and updated products.
If you own a business or a home, and are interested in high quality video
surveilance, give us a call or send us an email. Look through our catalog to
view the great products we offer. We also service or evaluate existing CCTV
We also have experience in the installation and service of High End Infrared
Video cameras from ExtremeCCTV.com. Check out their web site for a full list of
Infrared Cameras: http://www.ExtremeCCTV.com
Remote Video demos are available at request.
-------------DIGITAL VIDEO INFORMATION --------------------
Digital Video Recording w/ Remote Video
This multichannel recorder adds Triplex capability: Watch live and playback
images while it records. Display multiscreen views on two monitors. Search for
recordings with motion in a target area. Four internal hard drives provide
An embedded operating system ensures your recorder’s working when you need it.
DVMRe digital recorders use a proprietary, embedded operating system. The
result? Your digital recorder won’t be prone to system crashes like PC-based
recorders: It will deliver continuous, reliable performance. And the stored
video that’s so important to protecting your facility is safer from worms and
Viewing software lets you access your recordings while at home or on the road.
With the WaveReader software, you can connect to any DVRMe digital recorder in
your network to view live or recorded images. Or connect using a modem.
WaveReader opens your recorders to users who need access to them, and it
enables you to check in on the business while you’re at home or on the road.
WaveReader viewing software
WaveReader software gives you remote access to live or recorded images through
a network or telephone connection. WaveReader ships with all DVMRe models and
other Kalatel DVRs. WaveReader extends the advantages of digital recording to
authorized users anywhere on your network—or anywhere in the world.
Using WaveReader, you can view live video from any camera in your network or
search for recorded images by camera, time and date, alarm, event or receipt
text. You can choose from a variety of screen display modes, from full-screen
to a 64-way multiscreen view. Once you have the images you want, WaveReader
lets you enhance them by zooming in on selected areas or adjusting contrast,
hue, sharpness and more. Then you can save images or even e-mail them to law
enforcement officials or others. You can also control pan/tilt/zoom cameras.
Intoduction to Digital Video Recording
In any professional video surveillance system, a PC based DVR is not
acceptable, no matter how much you may like the ‘appearance’ of the graphical
user interface software, or their low price. They are not designed for
industrial use. PC computers can require service many times a year, from a
virus to simply corrupt software. They are not designed for 'tough'
environments such as dust, extreme heat, or years without powering it off. So
stand alone DVRs with a non PC based embedded operating system, is a must. For
that I use Kalatel, now owned by GE Interlogix.
Kalatel is one of the leaders in Digital Video Recording and Remote Video on
todays CCTV market, and with their many years in the business other CCTV
manufacturer companies are now leasing their technology.
Hard disk size plays an important role in Digital Recording requirements. The
larger the hard disk, the longer the recording. The larger the hard disk size
is, the faster you can record to get a faster playback of recorded video, and
better quality, and still record for days, weeks, or months.
The more cameras you add, the shorter the recording. Built-in motion detection
recording included in the Multiplexer/DVR all-in-ones (and most other brand
name multiplexers), also gives you a longer recording time.
Thirty pictures per second is considered Real Time Video by the human eye. From
experience, 8 cameras recording at 5 pictures per second, on a 320GB DVR, can
record for 28 days, in a busy 24 Hour Gas Station. In a 10 camera application
using a 320GB, recording at 20 pictures per second (which is almost real time),
it can record for 8 days.
Using Motion Detection Recording, this all depends on how many hours there is
movement in the camera’s field of view.
There is then the archiving options, for up to 10+ years of recording. Kalatel
makes the DVSe Digital Storage System, which can be purchased in hard disk
sizes ranging from 40Gb up to 2000GB (2 TeraBit). These can be rack mounted,
and can be upgraded at any time for longer recordings. For instance, if you
have a 160GB DVSe, and you find you would like to record longer, without
lowering any quality or recording speed settings on the DVR, you can simply add
another DVSe, or more than one depending on your requirements. Tape drives and
RAID towers such as those used on computer networked servers, can also be used
Still Want Tape?
If you need to give an investigator a VCR tape, or if you simply want to watch
a portion of video at home, you can plug in any VCR to the multiplexer monitor
output to record what you are watching on the monitor at that precise time. You
can also add a Video Printer to the output to capture and print from those that
are not connected direct to a network.
Each DVR with network support can connect to a local network or internet such
as Cable Bahamas, for remote viewing. Using the included Windows Software, you
can download recorded video, playback, or view live video. The Triplex models
support 16 user connections at one time. The current software, ‘WaveReader
3.0’, supports up to 60 cameras viewing simultaneously at one time, from
multiple sites. Custom software can also be provided at special request.
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