Designed specifically for security applications, the Sanyo archiving software allows anyone to easily manage the recording and playback of image data from Sanyo network cameras linked via existing local or wide area networks, or the Internet.
Installation on the hard drive of a networked camera enables it to be used as the local server of a video surveillance system equipped with an array of functions allowing a diverse range of executable operations.
Enabling simultaneous recording of scenes from up to 16 cameras, VA-SW2000 displays its considerable powers by allowing detailed analysis of recorded images thanks to the ability to record high-resolution images at 30 fps. (30 fps is the best possible speed with a system connected with four cameras.)
Live and recorded images from one camera displayed full-screen or up to a maximum of 16 camera images displayed simultaneously can be randomly selected and arranged on-screen.
Simultaneous recording and playback capabilities enable playback of video images to be monitored from the same point.
Security provided by passwords
Network archiving software can be simultaneously accessed by a maximum of 16 users. Access by users is restricted passwords designating two access groups: an administrator with full viewing and configuration control; and users with viewing control only.
Notification regarding camera alarm events and images can be sent to pre-set e-mail addresses.
User-friendly graphic interface
On-screen functions have all been designed for user-friendliness that extends from image search functions, record and play button operation and all the way through to camera and network settings, and adjustable parameters such as backlight and white balance.
For more information contact Cynthia Lubbe, Sanyo, 011 448 2929.
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