February 27, 2007 by Arlen Schweiger
CCTV and security networks in larger residences are more than just a couple of cameras to monitor these days. Every area needs to be covered, and that means huge quantities of video to be viewed and stored.
To help with this trend, security and low-voltage product distributor ADI has teamed with Digimerge Technologies to market a new line of advanced Pentaplex Network Digital Video Recorders (DVR) to the North American security industry, the DHU 500 Series.
Digimerge’s DHU 500 Series of Pentaplex Network DVRs maintains out-of-the-box video storage capacity up to 300 GB, and allows for 4-, 8- and 16-channel modes.
The DHU 500 Series features MPEG-4 video compression for efficient file transfer, a built-in CDRW, video management software and up to 1 TB of internal storage, the company says, to help deliver a high-performance real-time solution for complex security networks.
Visit www.digimerge.com for more.
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