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Bosch DVR

by msecadm4921

The DVR1C Digital Video Recorder is a replacement for traditional video recorders in CCTV systems, say manufacturers Bosch.

It makes the recording, storage, retrieval and viewing of images more efficient, and is also less expensive and virtually maintenance-free, the makers claim. The recorder hard disk has a capacity of 160GB, equivalent to seven videotapes. This allows continuous or time-lapse recording for a week or even longer, the makers say. The DVR records both video and audio signals. It can connect to a single camera, or to multiple camera inputs routed via a multiplexer. Recording can be triggered via an alarm connected directly to the recorder. Footage recorded before the alarm, already stored in the buffer, is automatically transferred to the hard disk for later viewing.

It also eliminates, the makers claim, the need for frequent and costly maintenance of read/write heads and other moving parts. It is more convenient, the makers claim, as there are no videotapes to change or archive.

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