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Lilin launches DVR with real-time recording

The real-time solution offers 25FPS per channel, with recorded images at D1 resolution.

Based on previous Lilin DVRs, the product has retained some of the same functions which should make it easy to install for users already familiar with the design, Lilin said.

“Simple to operate, the DVR can be controlled by the front panel buttons, IR remote control and also a mouse. All functions, such as live video and playback can be accessed across a network using Internet Explorer or Lilin’s own CMX software, supplied free with the unit,” Lilin said.

Dubbed the DVR-304 Series, it also boasts weighted recording designed to maximise hard drive space by lowering the frame rate per channel until an alarm is activated. That channel then reverts to real-time recording for the alarmed event.

With Super Video Graphics Array, composite and a HD monitor output of 1920x1080i, the unit has a variety of viewing options. A built-in power saving feature enables the DVR to put your monitor into standby mode.

There is also range of apps are available for iPhone, iPad and Blackberry devices.

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