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January 2005
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Jan2005, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p34
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The article presents information on the new high-technology products in the market. Bosch Security's Digital Video Reorder 1C is a replacement for traditional time-lapse recorders. The recorder hard disk has a capacity of 160 gigabytes, equivalent to seven videotapes. This allows continuous or time-lapse recording for a week or even longer. It also eliminates the need for frequent and costly maintenance of read write heads and other moving parts. The digital video recorder from Panasonic Security Systems is a self-contained system with eight inputs plus camera control and networking capabilities. The coaxial cabling supports direct control of cameras, direct search, list search, multi-language capability, electronic zoom, motion detection, pre-alarm screen.


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