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XAD Unified Access Control DVR

SPECIFICATION DATA

    • e.

      The right to listen, and/or talk, utilizing the audio feature.

    • f.

      The right to use pan, tilt, and zoom (PTZ) commands, on cameras that have the capability, during a live session.

    • g.

      The right to operate outputs (for controlling gates, lights, and so on), during a live session.

    • h.

      The right to process alarms using an alarm session to acknowledge and reset alarms.

    • i.

      The right to access to any of The Unified Access DVR.

    • j.

      The right to access certain camera at a specific The Unified Access DVR, while allowing access to other cameras.

  • 6.

    The administration software shall feature encrypted password protection and the system administrator shall have the option of assigning individual unique passwords to operator accounts, or assigning the same password to a group of operators. The system administrator shall have access to and control of an optional system password that can be assigned to each UADVR, or subset of UADVRs, in the Unified Access Digital Video Recorder and access control System. When in use, the system password must block access by unauthorized users to UADVRs, regardless of whether they have access to the administration or remote viewing software, and /or the dial-up of the modem circuitry in the UADVR or the IP address used to connect to the UADVR when it is connected to a network.

Central Monitoring System Software

The Central Monitoring System software shall include, as a minimum, the following features / functions / specifications:

1.

The central monitoring system software shall be a feature rich, workstation based operator program that provides a user friendly Graphical User Interface (GUI) for complete operation and configuration of one or many different Unified Access DVR’s simultaneously. The user must have the ability to observe and monitor live or recorded video, audio and access control transaction event data from any UADVR. The user shall also have the ability to connect to multiple sites simultaneously using multiple connection methods from the same or multiple workstations for live and/or recorded information.

2.

The central monitoring system software shall be Windows based, and must be compatible with Microsoft Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7.

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