Digital Sprite Lite has new RAID options

March/April 2001 Surveillance

Long-term hard disk storage is now available with the launch of Digital Sprite Lite's new RAID options. At the same time Dedicated Micros have added dome protocols for JVC, Ultrak and VCL domes, making it the first digital recorder to combine long term hard disk storage, true integrated telemetry control and multiple user network viewing, in a single easy-to-use and install package.

More in store

RAID is a box of multiple hard disks, providing additional capacity to Digital Sprite Lite's two internal hard drive options. By utilising RAID, one can access over 30 weeks of recording. But as disk sizes increase, the amount of storage becomes unlimited.

No distinction is made between internal and external hard disk storage capacity - Digital Sprite Lite sees all the hard disks as 'one big disk', meaning that operators can seamlessly access recordings on all disks using front panel VCR keys and event search facilities.

Direct to the dome

DSL's built-in dome protocols for JVC, Ultrak and VCL makes integrating digital recording and dome systems easy. The coax and serial control cable are run straight from the DSL direct to the dome, making installation quick and easy. Total control of recording, viewing and domes from the one DSL's keyboard makes operation straightforward.

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