Technical Specification

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  • Make: eneo
  • Model code: DLR2-09N/280
  • Series: DLR2 Series
  • Channels: 9
  • Recording Mode: Real Time / Timelapse / Event
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The DLR2 series duplex recorders feature a very efficient compression method (ML-JPEG).  As a result they only take up approximately 18K for one best quality image, which is significantly less than comparable models.  As storage capacity can be expanded to up to 750GB, recording long periods of time is no problem.  Recorders of the DLR2 series are network compatible and are equipped with supporting remote software.  Via the integral USB port image sequences up to a size of 2GB can be stored on an external hard disk for data back up or archiving.  A player software is automatically stored as well, which enables image playback and analysis on any Windows 98/ME/2000/XP based PC system.

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Make eneo
Manufacturer eneo
Model code DLR2-09N/280
Series DLR2 Series
Channels 9
Recording Mode Real Time / Timelapse / Event
Monitor Outputs 1
Inbuilt Multiplexer Yes
Alarm I/O 9 in, 4 out
Multiplexer Type Duplex
Storage Capacity GB 280
Image per second (IPS) 25 per camera
Compression Type ML-JPEG
Resolution 720 x 576
Signal Mode PAL / NTSC
External Storage CD-RW via SCSI-Interface
Audio Recording and Properties 1 in, 1 out
Recording System HDD
Color Type Color / Monochrome
Mount type 9 in, 1out
Network Type 10Base-T/100-Base-TX, RJ-45
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 88 x 430 x 357
Weight kg: 8.35
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 24 V DC
Power Consumption: 220 W
Environmental Specifications Operating Temp oC: +5 ~ +40
Additional info The DLR2 series duplex recorders feature a very efficient compression method (ML-JPEG).  As a result they only take up approximately 18K for one best quality image, which is significantly less than comparable models.  As storage capacity can be expanded to up to 750GB, recording long periods of time is no problem.  Recorders of the DLR2 series are network compatible and are equipped with supporting remote software.  Via the integral USB port image sequences up to a size of 2GB can be stored on an external hard disk for data back up or archiving.  A player software is automatically stored as well, which enables image playback and analysis on any Windows 98/ME/2000/XP based PC system.
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