Realtime DVR cards for local and remote surveillance

May 2002 CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring

The EAGLE-DVR PLUS is a realtime digital video recording product for Pentium 4 computers. Consisting of 4 or 8-channel PCI-bus cards, the system is able to simultaneously record video at high frame rates from up to 16 channels.

Identical in function to the EAGLE-DVR, the PLUS model features a higher frame rate card with the same software interface. With the PLUS model the user is able to monitor and record at high speed or in realtime. Other standard features include motion or schedule activated recording, adjustable resolution/recording speed, simultaneous record/view/playback and e-mail alarm notification.

Each Eagle-DVR product also comes supplied with client software that can be used to remotely view the system over TCP/IP or can be used to playback pre-recorded video. The EAGLE-DVR PLUS system is supplied as a board level kit or as a complete Pentium 4 system.

A range of combinations can be chosen from, providing :

* 4 or 8 realtime recording channels (25 fps),

* 16 high speed recording channels (5 fps), or

* 12 combination channels (4x 25 fps; 8x 5 fps).

Eagle Technology

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021 423 4943


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