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Rev.A

XAD Unified Access Control DVR

SPECIFICATION DATA

  • 21.

    The Unified Access Digital Video Recorder’s (UADVR) operating system shall be Windows® XP, Windows® Vista, and Windows® 7. Linux and other operating systems are not acceptable.

  • 22.

    The addition or replacement of hard drives shall require access to internal components or assemblies and must be accomplished by a certified technician without the removal or dismantling of The Unified DVR’s chassis or enclosure.

  • 23.

    A DVD-RW drive and a USB port must be available for distributing evidence clips of security video that can include motion video, audio and data, locally at the DVR, for event backup, archiving and distribution.

  • 24.

    The Unified Access Digital Video Recorder (UADVR) must include a key lock to conceal the DVD-RW drive. Also secured behind the lockable front panel shall be the Front Panel Control, which shall include the following:

    • a.

      Power Switch (low voltage control)

    • b.

      System Ready LED

    • c.

      Hard Drive Activity LED

  • 25.

    The BNC composite video inputs shall have a composite RCA video output. The BNCs inputs must have the ability to auto-detect cameras.

  • 26.

    A minimum of ten video compression rate settings (“1” to “10”) shall be available for storing video recordings, “1” producing bigger files (and a shorter archive of video, over time), and “10” producing smaller files (and a lengthier archive of video). Settings “1” to “10” are used only when connecting to legacy products. The quality 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.

  • 27.

    The Unified Access Digital Video Recorder (UADVR) shall work with either a 115 VAC or 230 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz input, 5 A or 10 A, and shall automatically select the correct supply.

28. The Unified Access Digital Video Recorder (UADVR) shall be equipped with one independent, bi-directional audio channel that offers users the ability to monitor and record synchronized audio streams. The audio channel must synchronize with the video and data streams. The audio inputs and audio outputs shall utilize a connector for a 3.5 mm stereo mini jack.

29. The Unified Access Digital Video Recorder (UADVR) shall include (8 /16 / 32) 5VDC TTL to 12VDC compatible alarm/control inputs on removable 3.5 mm terminal block plugs, to interface with devices such as: contacts, motion sensors as well as 12V alarm and access control panels. The inputs must have a programmable sense threshold and must be configurable via software as Normally Closed (NC), Normally Open (NO) operation.

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