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Motion detection built into latest Honeywell DVR range

Honeywell Systems Group : 28 July, 2008  (New Product)
High resolution digital video recorder range from Honeywell feature additional value with such functions as express search and motion detection
Honeywell has announced the introduction of the Performance Series HRDP Digital Video Recorder (DVR), which has been designed to offer security installers and integrators a feature-rich, low-cost embedded DVR solution.

Available in 4-, 8- and 16-channel versions and positioned alongside Honeywell’s existing embedded DVR range, the Performance Series HRDP DVR has proven to be easy to use and install, with features such as an intuitive graphical user interface, an ‘Express Search’ function that saves time searching for video evidence, and a convenient set-up wizard with a 4-field menu.

“The Performance Series HRDP DVR includes the features that are commonly specified but at a price far lower than comparable DVRs,” said Matthew Flatley, EMEA product manager, Honeywell Systems Group. “With this new range, Honeywell now offers one of the broadest portfolios of embedded DVRs in the industry, serving the specific needs of virtually any business.”

The Performance Series HRDP DVR can be configured and managed remotely, thanks to integrated remote control software. This makes the system easy for end users to operate and helps installers to configure the unit more quickly. In addition, built-in diagnostics help reduce the need for on-site maintenance, lowering operational costs.

The Performance Series HRDP DVR features a built-in DVD-RW drive, making it easy for users to copy video clips – up to 4.7 GB per single clip – to CD-RW, DVD-RW or USB. Other features include MPEG4 compression technology, which provides efficient use of hard drive capacity; a recording rate of up to 100 ips (PAL) to capture more video evidence; and integrated motion detection, which looks for movement within a specific, defined area and begins recording when motion is detected. This feature saves hard drive space and makes it easier to search through video.
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