Products: Ikegami > SDR-G8000

Proprietary SMICT (Super Motion Image Compression Technology) with 1400:1 video compression provides for the smallest compressed file sizes for high resolution image reproduction, and thus providing the user with "all-hard disk" recording featuring the longest recording times when compared to other technologies using MPEG,JPEG,Wavelet, H.242/243 etc.

  • All hard disk recording that may record video for months onto reliable lkegami Genius designed hard disk arrays.

  • No degradation over time of recorded data as well as immediate access to pre-recorded video without human intervention.

  • Password protected, multi-level: Supervisor, Administrator, Operator, Remote User. Built-in Video.

  • Authentication forcourt admissibility purposes.

  • Unparalleled zoom video enhancement capabilities.

  • Easy to use "make a clip", "take a snapshot" operator review mode.

  • Built-in 16xRW-CD for archiving of close to a days' video from 16 cameras at 2.5fps.

  • Built-in Glide-point mouse for system set-up and local system operation.

  • NTSC, PAL compatible. Variable frame rates per 4 inputs per video card.

  • Features "field upgradeable" addition of 2 extra removable hard drives for added storage capability.
    *Need to change wire configuration.

  • Built-in USB port for connection to storage devices.

  • Built-in Video Motion detector for alarm marking, increasing recorded frame rate, as well as r emote signal of alarm conditions.

  • Features 1 channel of audio recording, audible hi-temp and fan fail alarm.

  • Front mounted, accessible, washable air filter.

  • The system may be used as a stand-alone recording device with a VGA monitor and keyboard connected to the recorder.

  • The system with all 4, 4-channel Video capture cards installed, and all 16 cameras connected to the system will record Video from these 16 cameras at between 2.5 and 3 fps at 220 Horizontal TV lines at 320 x 240 tile size format onto a single factory installed 75 GB drive for between 30 and 60 days, more if ther e is less activity within the field of view of the cameras. Traditionally, other systems using other standard compression technologies would r ecord Video from the same number of cameras at a lesser frame refresh rate as well as lower resolution for only about 48 hours instead of one month as with Digital VDO.

  • File sizes are dynamically changing based on background and foreground high fr equency algorithmic calculations.

  • The system may be accessed once started by entering a valid password. Once entered, system parameters may be adjusted to account for lesser number of cameras connected to each Video capture card and thus increasing frame refresh rates on a percard basis, changes to r esolution and Video sensitivity, assignment of passwords, camera and system descriptions, alarm functions, setting up 4 Video motion detection zones per camera for alarm transmission/alarm marking/frame rate increase, etc.

  • Once the Video threshold of the defaulted 500 MB of spare overhead space in the standard 75 GB hard drive is achieved, the system will rewrite the oldest stored Video with the latest curr ent hour. To satisfy needs in other countries whereby a maximum of 31 days Video archival is allowed by local regulation, the user may change this Video recording threshold accordingly , but not below 500MB.

  • It is suggested that all the Video be stored onto the recorders hard drive, or additional hard drives, for the period that is required by the client, example, 2 month, 4months etc., and that files are transferr ed for scenes of interest or alarm onto the recorder's RW-CD.


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