considering purchasing more then one or two
SKU-8900 DVR cards then you may want to consider
the SKU-16120 DVR card shown above instead. Click
on the image to read more about this DVR card
The 16120 only takes up one PCI slot in your
computer instead of four slots like the
Also has four audio inputs so they will record
audio along with the video unlike the 8900 series
DVR cards that don't record any audio.
The 16120 can also record images at resolutions up
to 640x480 instead on 320x240. It also lets
you play back all cameras at one time instead of
having to play back each camera individually like
These are just a few of the advantages the model
16120 has over the 8900 cards.
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consider that two 8900 cards will cost you $270.00
and three will cost you $405.00 while the model
16120 is only $399.00 it's pretty much a no
buy back program
If you already own the 8900 cards and are here
to get another but your interested in the new
model 16120 we do have a buy back program. While
it's not a full recovery of your investment it's
better then a total loss.
If you have questions call
Terry at 1-888-724-1641.
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The SKU-8900 Software is loaded with features.
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Records Video Directly To Your PC's Hard Drive! Browser Based Remote Access From Anywhere In
Acceptable for both home and commercial use.
Unlike many other systems on the market, adding more cameras doesn't
reduce he overall frame rate.
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SKU-8900 series is an expandable video surveillance
recording system that will allow you to start off small and
expand as necessary to meet your surveillance needs. You can
start off with the SKU-8900A and when you need to
expand you simply add a SKU-8900B, C or D.
Each card gives you an additional four ports. You can put up
to four cards in one PC giving you a maximum of 16 cameras per
computer system. Never put two of the same letter cards in the
The included software that comes with the SKU-8900 is
loaded with features like Motion detection technology
that will detect changes in the cameras view to automatically
start the system recording.
This significantly cuts down on the amount
of disk space needed to store video because the system will
only record when there is actually something there to
record. Of course you still have the option to set it to record full
time like a traditional VCR based system. There are actually several recording modes that
you can choose from like 24-hour mode, Schedule Mode, Motion
detection Mode and Manual Record mode. You can even combine
Unlike most other systems you don't have to install
soft ware of from a disk on the PC at the remote location.
This system let you login a view your cameras with a web browser
like internet explorer or Netscape. Remote Access using a standard browser to login and
view your cameras live. You can even play back previously
recorded video remotely.
Completely Digitized Video Recording is saved to the PC's hard
drive. No more tapes to search through. No more Tapes to buy. Convenient
smart search options make accessing video a snap.
Unlike any other system that I have ever seen this system lets
you play the video back at 64 times the normal play speed.
Normally that wouldn't be a good thing but they have incorporated
a video activity spike chart that shows under the video so you
can see when activity is coming giving you the opportunity to
slow the speed down before the activity reaches the point
where it's actually being displayed. You can shoot
through an entire day and not miss a thing and in very little
time. Of course if you have the system set to use strictly
motion detection then there will be no dead time because it
will only be recording when there is something to record. They
though of just about everything when they wrote this
Event Notification options can be configured to notify you Via
email, Call you on the phone and play a preset audio
recording. Each camera can be configured to play a different
Several user levels for security. Administrator, User and
Guest. Remote and local access to the system requires a User
Name and Password.
Flexible disk management options. You define amount of disk
space that each camera is allowed to use. You can either
have the system stop recording when the defined amount has
been reached or set it to push off the
oldest video to make room for new video.
There are just to many features to list them all....
LAYOUT AND IDENTIFICATION
Note: The video
"Pass-Through" only passes through one camera, not
all four. It passed through AV1-IN.
It can be made to pass through AV2, 3 or 4 by moving a jumper
on the card.
The video pass through can be used to connect
to a TV. For Example:
If you have a secretary thatís sits by the front door and
you have a camera that watches the backdoor, you can set a
monitor or TV on her desk connected to the video pass through
so she can watch the backdoor from her desk with out having to
go over to the surveillance computer.
This system incorporates
the BT878 Video Capture Card format for quality video capturing. You
can connect four cameras or any video source to the four RCA Video
Inputs. The system also has one RCA Video Output that you can
connect to a Monitor or Television.
Extendable 4 Cards (Each card has 4 ports)
Stackable: Use up to 4 card for up to 16 Cameras
Supports 4,8,12 and 16 RCA inputs from camera or any video
Frame rates of each camera up to 10 fps,
Still image and motion video capture,
Motion detection technology,
Real-time video record and schedule record,
Video file database management includes delete, backup and storage
Adjustable motion frequency, detection area ,image quality,
Alarm supports to send captured image to E-mail, Message, Modem to
Remote access supports standard browser, like IE or Netscape,
Remote access supports TCP/IP protocol (Internet and Intranet)
One Card (4ports) up to 10 FPS per camera or 40 FPS total
Two Cards (8 ports) up to 10 FPS per camera, 80 FPS total
Three Cards (12 ports) up to 10 FPS per camera, 120
Four Cards (16 ports) up to 10 FPS per camera, up to 160 FPS total
800 or Faster Processor, P4 2.0 GHZ or faster recommended,
One free PCI Bus per card,
32 MB RAM (More is defiantly better),
50 MB Hard Disk Drive Space Available (The more the better),
CD-ROM (For driver installation),
Microsoft Windows 98SE,ME,2000,XP
It's not recommended to used these cards with systems that have the
video graphics adaptor built on to the motherboard unless you plan
on disabling the onboard video and adding a separate video card with
at least 64MB.
here to see some screen shots
of the software
sure to check the Bargain Bin for slightly used discounted DVR cards
of this model! (Click
information to consider when choosing the model DVR cards you get
Q: I have a
cable modem connection at home where I will be running my
video server. My problem is that my IP address changes all the
time. What's the solution to my problem.
A: You can sign up for the
free service that www.no-ip.com
provides. There is a small program that you will install on
your video server PC that will automatically update your no-ip.com
account when your IP address changes. At this point you will
have two options. You can either log into your NO-IP.com
account to retrieve the current IP address of your video
server or your can take advantage of another free service they
offer which will let you set up a IP referrer. This will make
it so that you don't need to log in to get the current IP. For
example your would type into your browser http://www.myhomevideoserver.no-ip.com
and your browser will automatically be forwarded to your
current IP address. Pretty neat and best of all it's all FREE!
Of course they would like you to sign up for their pay service
too but it's not required. To learn more about this service
this is a good place to start -- Click
Q: Can I save the recorded video to a format that I
can burn to a CD for easy transportation of the Video?
A: Yes... While by default
the video is saved in a preparatory format you do have the
option to save selected video as an AVI file. You can then
burn a copy of the AVI file to a CD if you have a CD ROM
that's capable of burning CD's. You can then use a program
like Windows Media Player to playback the video files.
If you have any questions please feel free to email us at Sales@spyshop2000.com
or call us toll free at 1-888-724-1641.