The E-Darlex is the DVR system that caught the London bombers on camera. This ultra-stable DVR is extremely reliable and suitable for high-end CCTV systems.
Available with either 10 or 20 channels of composite video input, the E-Darlex-20 has a total recording speed of 50 images/sec, but at 500 TVL resolution per camera. Video recording is activated manually, via motion detection or via alarm input. The system can be set to record at a different rate for certain cameras on motion activation. During an alarm event, the system has a special function that automatically saves the alarm event video data to a special section of the unit's HDD, as well as to a DVD disk.
Fast image retrieval is one of the unit's biggest advantages. Before playback, the user selects playback from a DVD disk or from the HDD. Video can then be searched via date and time, alarm activity, movement detection and data field content. With the movement detection function, one selects an area of the image to search through for motion. The DVR will then search through till motion is located in that 'search area'. The duplex display support allows video to be played back on a separate monitor while still monitoring the other cameras on a separate monitor.
The internal HDD storage space of the DVR is able to accommodate up to 3 TB of HDD space. For extra storage space, the E-Gigabox is available which connects to the DVR via SCSI and accommodates a further 3TB of HDD space.
The E-Darlex is controllable via the front panel controls or through a variety of optional control keyboards.
Completely networkable, video can be replayed from the DVR across a TCP/IP network using the included client software. This video can then be stored to DVD and replayed on the DVR or using the client software.
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