Frank Street introduces new DigiNet Systems

August 2001 Surveillance

Frank Street, digital video recording expert, has introduced the following new models to the DigiNet ranges:

* DigiNet 4404 - 4 channels realtime display - 25F/s recording speed per camera.

* DigiNet 4408 - 8 channels - 80F/s recording speed per eight cameras.

* DigiNet 4209 - 9 channels - 175F/s recording speed per nine cameras.

* DigiNet 4216 - 16 channels - 175F/s recording speed per 16 cameras.

* DigiNet 3416 - 16 channels realtime display - 80F/s recording speed per 16 cameras

The new DVR systems will incorporate the new Engine-K - image compression. The new Engine-K compression is an own invented algorithm using the best of JPEG, MPEG and Wavelet compressions. A new file size has also been added to the range ie 640 x 480.

An advantage of the system will be the LAN speed connection 240f/s (PSTN-1~5 F/s, ISDN 3~10F/s). All systems will include watermark software as a standard. The systems are available with 40 to 320 Gig hard drives. The Remocon-Motion tracking software will be available during August. This software enables 4 speed dome cameras to auto-track an object as the object moves from one area to another.

For further details contact Frank Street on tel: (011) 838 4515, fax: (011) 833 2841, e-mail: [email protected]

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