These systems will not work with Windows
98 or Windows ME
surveillance systems below allow you to connect up to 4, 9, or 16 video signals
to your computer. The Video can be displayed as well as recorded on
Using TCP/IP, IPX protocols the video can be displayed and
recorded at a remote location. The computer that your going to be
using as the server must be running Windows 2000 and
Windows XP. You can install the remote
software on any system.
retail $ 249.00
retail $649.00 Model: RVS-XP-16
cameras, Cables or Power Supplies?
This system includes motion detection technology and Microsoft
Video Compression, thus users can record the moving objects and not waste
storage space. The compression rate, up to 300:1, can save time and costs
of continuous recording unlike traditional surveillance systems.
Answers to frequently asked questions: Video Saved in MPEG or AVI
formats as defined by the user.
Snap Shots images are saved in JPEG format
Disk Space and Record Times:
The amount of disk space used to record video depends on how
much compression is in use.
The compression rate is adjustable in the software..
With minimal compression it is approximately
1.33 MB per camera per minute.
With maximum compression it is approximately 133k per camera per minute.
Obviously the more disk space the better...
The user defines the the maximum amount of disk space the software is
allowed to use. Once this maximum has been reached the software will start
deleting the oldest files to make room for new recordings...
Display and record each camera or any
video signal simultaneously.
Adjustable video source (brightness,
contrast and etc.), quality, alarm, motion detection area.
Motion Detection: watch for movement
detected and record the video clips.
Preview size adjustable.
Image quality and Compression ratio
Allow the users to define the
environment that they do not wish to observe, by adjusting mask area
Video file database management, delete,
backup or review.
Storage Recycle: When running out of
disk space, you can delete the data of earliest date.
Remote view through TCP/IP or IPX
protocol (Internet/Intranet), fixed IP is recommended.
Remote view through modem communication
protocol (Only for 4 port).
Supports following network
architecture: T1, T3, ADSL, ISDN, PSTN, Cable modem, Hi building
Compression ratio (without motion
High Image Quality:4:1
Low Image Quality:30:1
Every camera frame
rates on server:
4 port : 3.0 to 5.0 fps
9 port : 1.5 to 2.0 fps
16 port : 1.5 to 2.0 fps
Remote: 10/N fps (10-Base
communication) only for 4 port
Hardware: Grand Bt878
Video Capture Card
Fully PCI 2.1 compliant
Supports the following
video formats which including NTSC-M, NTSC-Japan PAL-B,D,G,H, PAL
-M, PAL-N, SECAM, PAL-NC.
Supports 4,9, or 16
composite video input connectors
Bundled with the following
Grand X-Guard (Record and Display)
Remote Camera System
(Internet/Intranet or modem communication)
Grand File Database.
Intel Pentium II 500 or
above, Pentium III 800 is recommended
Windows 2000 or XP (Not Windows Millennium/ME)
Audio output: sound card
Network: Ethernet network
card or Modem
Hard disk space: Plenty of
disk storage for recording. At least 20 GB (more is better)
System RAM: 128 MB or
above Display card: 16 bit high color - xx