DS-7204HI-S NVR

May 2008 Surveillance

Hikvision's DS-7204HI-S network digital video recorder, which adopts Embedded Linux OS and the latest TI DaVinci DSP, is a new generation of Hikvision digital surveillance product with an integration of digital video recorder (DVR) and digital video server (DVS). It can not only work standalone, but can also be used to build a powerful network widely used in surveillance fields.

Highlights of Hikvision DS-7204HI-S Net DVR include excellent image quality with H.264 compression; realtime operating system (PAL: 25 FPS, NTSC: 30 FPS); optional VGA card for VGA display; support of SATA HDD; support of HDD S.M.A.R.T. function; support of all-time record, motion detect record, external alarm record, motion and alarm record, motion alarm record and manual record; support of TCP, UTP, RTP, Multicast, DHCP etc; SDK and demo source code to shorten the application development time; and


FCC?CE?C-TICK and WEEE certification.

Hikvision products are available locally from Regal Security.

For more information contact Regal Security, +27 (0)11 553 3300, [email protected], www.regalsecurity.co.za



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