Digital video surveillance systems are the latest
industry innovation that brings not only significant improvement in video
quality, but also provides higher level of accessibility and flexibility.
Among some of the major characteristics that elevate digital components much
higher that their analog counterparts are
CONNECTIVITY: Many of the Digital Video
Recorders (DVR) can be incorporated into a network and operated from a
computer via Ethernet or Internet.
IMAGE QUALITY: DVRs support superior image
resolution than the analog ones and boast sharper and more detailed
picture, along with features like Digital Zoom.
STORAGE CAPACITY: Equipped with Hard Drive
devices DVRs can store much more information than the conventional
analog tape recorders--a few months vs. a few hours. Additionally, some
of our recorders can maximize their recording capacity by allowing for
SEARCH SPEED: Instant search by date and
time, camera, alarm or motion event, even in a predefined fraction of
LOW MAINTENANCE: No tapes change,
rotation, storing, or head cleaning. No tape jams or wearing out.
MINIMUM HARDWARE: Digital systems can
combine recorder, multiplexer, and/or switching device all in one unit,
thus saving space and increasing reliability.