USB2.0 4 Channel DVR Recorder

Overview

USB2.0 4 Channel DVR Recorder  ~ makes you feel more secure and safety!

You don’t need to set up a complicated, expensive recorder to capture surveillance video around your home. Turn your PC into a digital video recorder with this USB 2.0 DVR. You can even access surveillance video over the Internet when you’re away. Attach this to your desktop or laptop USB port, and you have a full featured 4 channel security DVR, including network remote view through IE browser or remote client.

Product Specifications & Feature :

  • USB2.0 4 Channel DVR Recorder is the safety system and ideal design
  • for home/office/shop guard or baby care purpose
  • 4 channel video input in one device, the maximum display/recording rate is 25 fps under PAL format, and 30 fps under NTSC format
  • 4 screen display modes are available
  • Multi alarm triggering method: sensor, motion, video loss, and HDD space shortage
  • Support schedule recording mode, recycling recording method available
  • MPEG4  video compression format. 5 level recording quality options available, and the recording frame rate range from 1 to 30 fps adjustable for each channel
  • Support multi-channel playback, searching by time/date and recording events, images can be zoomed/captured/saved/printed/backed up
  • Support remote surveillance and PTZ control through web browser, support dynamic domain name
  • Configurable auto reboot function for preventing PC deadlock
  • Video input : One RCA composite, One S-Video
  • Audio input : Stereo audio (RCA)
  • NTSC :  720×480@30fps
  • PAL  : 720×576@25fps
  • Support : Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7
  • Dimension : 89 x 27 x 15cm (approx.)
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Posted on May 14, 2010, in Camera. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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