Bosch DMX-16 Digital video recorder (DVR)

Product Profile

Live cameras can be displayed in full, sequence, quad, or multiscreen, while high quality pictures from all cameras are sent to a built-in Hard Disc Drive (HDD).  Instant access to critical recordings is provided by alarm, time, date, and camera search.  The DMX-16 provides high picture quality with instant access to video, eliminating hours spent searching tapes for critical events.  Additionally, the greater reliability and lower maintenance associated with digital technology results in lower service costs.  The record and playback functions closely emulate a security VCR, so operation is intuitive.  The DMX-16 records via the following event or continuous recording modes: 2, 24, 48, 72, 168, or 960.  For simultaneous playback and live multiscreen, a dual monitor setup is available to display playback picture on Monitor B and live viewing on Monitor A.  A built-in 30 GB HDD allows smooth operation in Play, Fast Forward, Reverse, Fast Reverse and Pause.
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Technical Specification

Make Bosch
Manufacturer Bosch Security Systems
Model code DMX-16
Channels 16
Recording Mode Real Time / Timelapse / Event
Inbuilt Multiplexer Yes
Monitor Outputs 3
Multiplexer Type Duplex
Storage Capacity GB 30
Compression Type WAVELET
Resolution 720 (H) x 484 (V)
Signal Mode PAL / NTSC
Recording System HDD
Color Type Color
Mount type 16 Inp / 3 Out
Network Type Ethernet: 10 Base T, 100 Base T (RJ45).
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 444 x 360 x 43
Weight kg: 4kg
Electrical Specifications Power Consumption: 35
Environmental Specifications Operating Temp oC: 0 ~ 40
Additional info Instant Retrieve with Time/Date/Search. Minimal PC Requirements: 200 MHz Pentium, 32 MB RAM, 6 MB free hard disc, 10 MB ethernet card, 4 MB SVGA card capable, Windows 95/98/NT. 9 channel version (DMX-9) also available.
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