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September 14, 2010

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Returning to the workplace: How access control plays a vital role in a safe and secure return strategy

Coaxial control equipped additions to Samsung H.264 DVRs

They have each been equipped with both Pelco Coaxitron and Samsung SSVC coaxial control protocols that have been designed to provide users with full control of camera functions. They should also give users access to set-up menus through a digital video recorder from a control room.

The SRD-850DC and SRD-1650DC are eight and sixteen channel DVRs, made to simultaneously record CIF images across all channels and selectable channels up to 4CIF, while the SRD-870DC and the SRD-1670DC have been designed to record real time images across all channels at 4CIF.

The SRD series, now made up of 20 DVRs, provides Virtual Progressive Scan (VPS) while selected models have been fitted with an HDMI output able to upscale images to 1080P.

Samsung said: “Additional installer and operator friendly features include a fully removable back panel so that hard drives can be swapped and upgraded without having to unplug all the cables and a multiple language on screen display. Data from ATM, POS or access control devices can be captured with the text data saved along with associated images to be played back if required at a later date.”

“Dual codec operation delivers different streams for both high performance recording and optimised transmission, whilst a built-in web-server allows live and playback viewing options with the ability to back up incidents via a web browser.”

The DVRs have been made to work with Samsung’s Centralised Management Software which provides enhanced functionality as part of a complete integrated security system. They also share the same Graphical User Interface menu structure.

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