Panasonic to enter new millenium with exciting new CCVE products .

Dec '99 CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring

Panasonic has introduced some exciting new products including a new AV disc recorder, the WJ-DR200 and two new monochrome simplex multiplexers (the WJ-FS109 and WJ-FS116), to name but a few.

The Panasonic WJ-DR200 is an optical disc based digital recorder capable of large capacity recording using a DVD RAM optical disc for video surveillance applications, where still images are recorded instantly on receiving a signal from a sensor. Digital technology yields high image quality, and also makes possible a recording system with outstanding search and retrieval functions. The unit also has the ability to playback muliplexed images direct without using a multiplexer to play these images back.

The unit offers a 480 line resolution, three different recording modes, 52 dB S/N ratio, PC connectivity and unsurpassed user-friendliness.

New simplex multiplexers

Panasonic has also introduced two new digital simplex multiplexers for b/w system applications. The 16 channel WJ-FS116 and the 9-channel WJ-FS109 feature advanced digital image processing to provide multiplex operation with outstanding system flexibility.

The main thrust of these units is the incorporation of Panasonic's advanced digital multiplex technology to deliver full-featured and cost efficient operation for black-and-white system applications.

The WJ-FS116 accommodates 16 camera inputs for recording on a single VCR or AV disc recorder, with an impressive resolution of 720 x 544 pixels. Images can be viewed in multi or full screen modes with 2 x electronic zoom capability.

Additional features include alarm capability, video loss detection, on-screen set-up menu and alphanumerical camera tilting. The WJ-FS116 can also be programmed with up to 16 camera sequences and dwell times where the WJ-FS109 can be programmed with up to nine camera sequences and dwell times, as this unit has only nine camera inputs. All other features are exactly the same as the WJ-FS116.

Other products soon to be launched include a large scale matrix system with the ability to accommodate over 8000 camera inputs, a host of new cameras and monitors as well as some exciting lenses, all in keeping with the quest for zero defect.

For details contact Cedric E. Greeves of Panasonic CCVE Systems on tel: (011) 313 1492 or e-mail: cedricg@panasonic.co.za





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