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DVR (Digital Video Recorder), compared to traditional analog video recorders with hard disk recording, it is often referred to as hard disk recorders, also known as DVR. It is a computer for image storage and processing system, with the image / voice for a long time video, audio, remote monitoring and control functions.
Divar-2 Digital Video Recorder • 6, 9 & 16-channel Color Versions • Combined Multiplexer & Digital Recorder • 50/60 IPS Recording (PAL/NTSC) • Simultaneous Recording & Playback • AutoDome Control • Remote Operation via the ‘Control Center’ • Smart motion search • External CD/DVD writer option The Bosch Divar digital versatile recorder series are playback of the secure video files to a DVD or CD by extremely compact, low profile units that combine advanced connecting an optional Bosch Security Systems external digital recording and multiplexing, not only saving space, DVD writer. The Divar uses video authentication that can but ensuring integrated functionality. The Divar has been automatically detect any alteration of the recorded video. designed with both operator and installer in mind, by making the unit easy to use and install, and maintenance- For easy installation, a “Quick install” feature is included. free. Additionally, on-screen menus are provided in eight languages and context sensitive help is always available by The Divar allows simultaneous recording and playback of just pushing the yellow button. A configuration tool is video images. “Overwrite protection” of marked video clips supplied to simplify setting up a system using a PC. prevents the loss of vital material. Owing to its high degree of integrated functionality, the The images per second (IPS) record rate and image quality Divar can be the central element in a self-contained security are selectable for each connected camera. This makes it system with up to 256 cameras. Because the Divar is fully possible to prioritize recording between high-risk areas and compatible with any standard 10/100 Base-T network, it is low risk areas. By having a higher refresh rate only for ideal for distributed security surveillance systems. critical or high-risk security areas, considerable hard disk space can be saved. Recording rates of 50 IPS (PAL) or 60 An optional ATM/POS bridge enables financial transaction IPS (NTSC) are guaranteed, without the need for details to be recorded together with video. This makes the synchronization. Divar suitable for use at cash dispensers, check out desks and other similar applications where it is sometimes As well as control of external alarm inputs, the Divar's necessary to verify or identify what happened during a motion detector triggers an alarm when movement in a particular transaction. user-definable area of the image is detected. Full control is also possible when using the user-friendly Smart motion search can be used for easy retrieval of Control Center software that allows remote viewing of live motion that has taken place within a user-specified part of and recorded video from multiple Divars at the same time. the image during a specified time-span. This makes it ideal for multiple location systems such as chains of shops or fast food outlets. The Divar is expandable with an optional keyboard, allowing AutoDome control as well as enhanced playback Where additional storage is required, optional storage arrays control. can be connected to expand the storage capacity. It is even possible to calculate the required capacity by visiting Where video is required for evidence of an incident, it is www.boschsecuritysystems.com and use the Divar storage simple to archive the video with a dedicated PC player for calculator. Security you can rely on SPECIFICATIONS storage arrays type DVAD or DVAS to a maximum Type Numbers: of 17TB File sizes High quality: 40 KB Medium quality: 24 KB Standard quality: 16 KB Record Rate (IPS): NTSC: 60 total, configurable per camera: 30, 15, 10, 7.5, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 1/2, 1/5, 1/10, 0 30 PAL: 50 total, configurable per camera: 25, 12.5, 8, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 1/2, 1/5, 1/10, 0 Recording resolution: 720 x 288 PAL - 720 x 242 NTSC Rated Voltage and Power Display Modes 100-240 VAC; 0.7 - 0.3 A; 50/60Hz Mon A: Full, full sequence, quad, quad sequence, Video multi-screen, alarm call-up (live and playback) Video standard: PAL/NTSC auto-detect Mon B: Full, full sequence and alarm call-up Resolution: 720 x 576 PAL - 720 x 484 NTSC Recording Modes Linear, Continuous, Continuous with AGC: Automatic adjustment or manual adjustment for conditional overwrite each video input MECHANICAL Digital Zoom: 2 or 4 times Dimensions: 442 x 315 x 45 mm / 17.4 x 12.4 x 1.8 inch Compression: Wavelet Weight: Approx. 5.8 kg / 12.8 lbs Inputs: Composite video 0.5-2Vpp, 75 ohm auto- Rack Mount Kit (Included): For mounting one unit in an EIA 19-inch rack. terminating ENVIRONMENTAL Outputs: 1Vpp, 75 ohm Temperature: BiPhase: Impedance 128 ohm, max. overvoltage - Operating: +0°C to +45°C (+32°F to +113°F) protection ±40V, max. cable length 1.5km - Storage: -25°C to +70° C (-13°F to +158°F) Alarm Handling Relative humidity: Inputs: 16 Inputs configurable NO/NC, max. input voltage - Operating: <93% Non-condensing 40VDC - Storage: <95% Non-condensing Outputs: 4 Relay outputs, configurable NO/NC, max. rated 30VAC-40VDC-0,5A continuous-10VA ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY Control EMC requirements RS232: Output signals according EIA/TIA-232-F, max. - USA: FCC Part 15, Class B input voltage ±25V - EU: EMC directive 89/336/EEC Keyboard input: Conform RS485, max. signal voltage ±12V, power Immunity: EN50130-4 supply to keyboard 11V-12.6V at max. 400mA Emission: EN55022 Class B Keyboard output: Conform RS485, max. signal voltage ±12V Mains Harmonics: EN61000-3-2 Connectors Voltage fluctuations: EN61000-3-3 Video inputs: 6, 9 or 16 looping BNC, auto-terminating Safety Ethernet: RJ45S modular jack 8 pins shielded: - USA: UL6500 2nd edition 10/100 Base-T according IEEE802.3 - EU: EN60950: 2000 Monitors: BNC (2), MON-A multi-screen, MON-B - Can.: CAN/CSA-E60065-00 spot/alarm MINIMUM PC SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS Alarm Accessories: Screw terminal input Control Center (CC) and Configuration Tool (CT) BiPhase: Screw terminal output Operating system: Windows 98, Millenium, NT 4.0, 2000 or XP RS232: DB9 male Processor: 450 MHz Pentium II for CC, 200 MHz Keyboard input: RJ11 modular jack 6 pins Pentium with MMX for CT Keyboard output: RJ11 modular jack 6 pins RAM memory: 128 MB for CC, 32 MB for CT SCSI: HD 50 pins max. 7 connected ultra SCSI Free disk space: 50 MB for CC, 15 MB for CT devices, 20 Mbytes/sec, terminated internally Video system: 8 MB video memory, 800 x 600 with 16-bit Storage color Internal: 80 - 160 - 320 - 600 GB Connection: 10/100-BaseT network interface or free RS232 Expandable via SCSI-2 with up to 7 external port (CT only) Storage Array COMPLETE STAND-ALONE SYSTEM Extending the functionality of a single Divar for active observation. This Divar system uses a universal keyboard for controlling fixed and AutoDome™ or PTZ cameras. It has a main monitor plus spot monitor, alarm I/O (for external alarms and sensors), a storage array and a PC with Control Center software. An external CD/DVD writer is used for making archives.An ATM/POS bridge can be used to connect to an ATM or point-of-sale machine. Keyboard Expander Video Manager MEDIUM LOCALIZED SYSTEM Using the Bosch Video Manager to build up CCTV recording system. Up to 16 Divar units with storage arrays for longer archive are managed by Video Manager. There can be two monitor locations, each with its own keyboard and alarm monitor. The alarm I/O is linked to external alarms. An ATM/POS bridge can be used to connect to an ATM or point-of-sale machine. MULTI-LOCATION WITH CENTRALIZED CONTROL Using a wide-area network to link Divar systems in various locations. Each location has a local Divar system (from basic to complete). All locations are linked via a local- or wide-area network (LAN or WAN) to a PC with Control Center software for remote observation and system management. An ATM/POS bridge can be used to connect to an ATM or point-of-sale machine. DIVAR / 390 Ohm ATM/POS 6 bridge 1 PC x16* AutoDome LAN / WAN RS232 8 VIDEO VIDEO IN IN External CD/DVD writer 9 Storage Array 11 OUT OUT VIDEO VIDEO SHIELD 1A R 3A E + 1B L 3B CTRL 1 - 2A A 4A 7 SHIELD 2B Y 4B + GND CTRL 2 - 1 9 IN SHIELD 2 10 + GND CTRL 3 - 3 11 IN SHIELD 4 12 + GND CTRL 4 - 5 13 IN SHIELD 6 14 + GND CTRL 5 - 7 15 IN SHIELD 8 16 AutoDome 5 4 110 - 240 Vac B 3 A 2 SYSTEM CONNECTION Accessories (Optional) KBD-Digital Intui-Key keyboard with joystick LTC 8782 Biphase code translators LTC 8557 Keyboard Extension Kit LTC 2604 Keyboard port expander DVAD LP Storage Array DVRXEDVD1 External CD/DVD writer DVAS RAID Storage Array DVRXEAP01 ATM/POS bridge LTC 2605/91 Video Manager DVRSEUG12 Software upgrade license for upgrading a Divar revision 1 to revision 2. Bosch Security Systems B.V. www.boschsecuritysystems.com 9922 141 00344en 04-04 | Printed in The Netherlands | Updated January, 2004 • Data subject to change without notice.
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