Ikegami VDO Digital Video Recorder

Product Profile

The Ikegami VDO digital video recorder offers recording from up to 16 cameras for a period of up to two months, using its proprietary SMICT technology (1400:1 video compression).  This unique compression technology facilitates high frame rates but with low bandwidth usage, enabling remote connectivity over LAN and even PSTN.  Incorporating a built-in motion detector, the VDO can operate as an automatic surveillance system, transmitting images and alert messages to a remote site.  Key features include:
  • Transmission over LAN, WAN and even standard telephone line
  • Stand-alone system or networked for up to 32 simultaneous users
  • Read/Write CD to make copies of key scenes / archiving
  • Up to 4 separate detection zones per camera
  • Alarm transmission to a mobile phone or other dial up device
  • Built-in video authentication for court admissibility
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Technical Specification

Make Ikegami
Category Video Surveillance>Digital video recorders (DVRs)
Model code SDR-G8000-16
Series VDO Series
Channels 16
Recording Mode Real Time / Timelapse / Event
Inbuilt Multiplexer Yes
Multiplexer Type Duplex
Storage Capacity GB 75
Image per second (IPS) 2
Compression Type SMICT
Resolution 352 x 288
Signal Mode PAL
Recording System HDD
Color Type Color
Mount type 16 in
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 19
Electrical Specifications Power Consumption: 300
Environmental Specifications Operating Temp oC: 0 ~ 50
Additional info Average frame file size: 10-2500 Bytes. Internal 75 GB removable hard disk drive with cooling, max 3 internal HDD’s. Recording duration: 16 cameras at 2 fps, 30~90 days depending on motion. Longer recording times in areas where there is
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