CCTV specialist Dedicated Micros is presenting its latest new products at IFSEC 2003.
The new model in its high-end BX2 digital multiplex recorder range offers an industry first: a 1 TB (terabyte) internal storage capacity on its four internal hard-drives - providing more than three months on-board recording without the need for additional external archiving.
The BX2 is a high performance 16-camera digital multiplex recorder with advanced features such as built-in CD-R, a maximum record rate of up to 50 pps variable per camera and advanced video motion detection facilities.
Dedicated Micros is also showcasing its latest innovation - DVIP Network Video Server - at IFSEC 2003. DVIP has been specifically designed as a networked security product and combines local recording to a choice of hard disk sizes with independently optimised network viewing, playback and telemetry control.
The company has also introduced a new 4-camera addition to the company's market- leading DS2 (Digital Sprite) range. Retaining the current feature set of the nine and 16 camera models, this entry-level version provides a fully featured solution for smaller installations.
For more information contact RGB Technologies, 011 760 6437, or VisionLine, 011 538 7000.
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