X hits on this document

PDF document

UNIFIED ACCESS CONTROL AND VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM - page 13 / 32

99 views

0 shares

0 downloads

0 comments

13 / 32

Rev.A

XAD Unified Access Control DVR

SPECIFICATION DATA

at CIF. Each standard configuration must include a writable digital video disc drive (DVD-RW) and a universal serial bus (USB) port to record incident clips onsite. The Unified DVR must operate set to either NTSC or PAL utilizing identical software, at either 115 VAC or 230 VAC.

  • 16.

    The Unified Access Digital Video Recorder (UADVR) in a continuous mode (circular buffer), offering either a choice of three (3) different resolutions (NTSC), selectable on a per camera basis: 352 x 240, 704 x 240, or 704 × 480, or a choice of four (3) different resolutions (PAL), selectable on a per camera basis: 352 × 288, 704 × 288 or 704 x 576. The resolution setting for recording video must be configurable by the administrator of the UADVR for each camera and be automatically optimized for the display of live video Access Controls. The recording format shall feature 24-bit, true color with over sixteen (16) million colors.

  • 17.

    The Unified Access Digital Video Recorder (UADVR) shall be available with minimum system update rates of 240 / 480 / 960 FPS (NTSC at CIF) or 200 / 400 / 800 FPS (PAL at CIF) for recording, and a capable of simultaneous live Access Control. The frame rate for the recorded video from individual cameras shall be selectable from 0.1 FPS to thirty (30) FPS (NTSC) or from 0.1 FPS to twenty-five (25) IPS (PAL). The frame rate setting for recording video must be configurable by the administrator of the unified DVR for each camera and be automatically optimized for the display of live video Access Controls.

  • 18.

    The Unified Access Digital Video Recorder (UADVR) must be engineered for durability and expandability, and be of a rugged, modular design, suited for desktop or rack-mount installations. It shall be designed to fit into a 19” EIA rack without additional hardware, or in an optional slide rack-mount kit for convenient servicing and installation.

  • 19.

    The Unified Access Digital Video Recorder (UADVR) shall offer long-term digital storage for recorded Video, Motion Video, Audio, and Data. The unified DVR must be available in 1,000 GB (8 channel), 1,500 GB (16 channel), 2,000 GB (32 channel) with increased storage up to 6,000 GB.

  • 20.

    The Unified Access Digital Video Recorder (UADVR) shall incorporate motion detection capability, and it shall allow the user to configure and program via a USB keyboard and mouse. The main monitor shall display multiple-screen formats and shall provide for the user interface. Programmable spot monitors shall be available with optional TV out matrix. Users shall be able to use one 17-pin VGA and one 15-pin Digital Video Input (DVI) VGA monitors as main monitors. The Unified Access Digital Video Recorder shall use TCP/IP Protocol-based Internet networking to deliver control and monitor of video recorders. All connections shall be made over a secure VPN connection, reducing the risks prevalent with public Internet-based data transfers.

13

Doc.2009

Document info
Document views99
Page views99
Page last viewedFri Dec 09 00:58:20 UTC 2016
Pages32
Paragraphs946
Words9346

Comments