Convision V700 DVR

Product Profile

The Convision V700 series is setting new standards in the field of digital recording (DVR) and remote surveillance via LAN and ISDN. Developed with high video performance in mind the Convision V700 has 6 video decoders meaning with 6 cameras connected, 3-4 images per second can be recorded from each camera simultaneously. In addition, there are patrol, sequencer and snapshot functions and numerous possibilities for event-controlled recording through time, activity detection and contact controls.

It is possible to store large amounts of digital images on the integrated hard disks (80-400 GByte), considerably reducing any risk of overburdening the network.

The Convision V700 series is being used around the world in the following applications to prevent vandalism and theft and provide protection and identification:
  • local transportation
  • leisure industry (casinos, hotels…)
  • banks and ATM machines
  • factories and industrial surveillance
  • road traffic monitoring
  • retail chains

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Technical Specification

Make Convision
Manufacturer Convision Systems GmbH
Model code V700
Series V700 Series
Transmission type ISDN
Channels 6
Video Inputs 6
Recording Mode Timelapse / Event
Alarm Inputs 1 ~ 3
Monitor Outputs 1
Inbuilt Multiplexer Yes
Multiplexer Type Duplex
Storage Capacity GB 160
Image per second (IPS) max 3-4 per camera
Compression Type JPEG
Video Outputs 2
Resolution max 768 x 576
Recording System HDD
Network Properties Compression Type: JPEG
Mount type 6 in, 2 out
Signal Mode PAL, NTSC
Network Type ISDN, LAN
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 440 x 88 x 250
Dimensions mm: 440 x 88 x 250
Environmental Specifications Operating Temp oC: 0 ~ 40
Operating Temp oC: 0 ~ 40
Electrical Specifications Power Consumption: 1.5 A
Additional info HDD of 160 GB. ISDN, LAN 10/100 Base T, Modem. Protocols: TCP/IP, HTTP, FTP, SMTP Client. Max 25 fps PAL, 30 NTSC. Resolution max 768 x 576.
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