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DVR - AVerMedia - Facility Management Product Release
AVerMedia’s SA6000e Pro is a 16-channel standalone DVR with an embedded Windows operating system that combines the functions of a surveillance recorder with a multiplexer. Featuring MPEG 4 / H.264 compression, 16 video inputs, one SATA removable hard drive capacity, and ability to accommodate up to 6 USB external storage devices, the DVR is designed to offer video recording, playback, backup, search and editing features.
Other features of the SA6000e Pro include built-in video encryption to scramble remote video access, point of sale integration, and watermark image verification technology. Remote monitoring, recording and playback can be performed through either LAN or Internet.
It can be connected to most CCTV or LCD monitors to view video and playback. Cameras can also be monitored and controlled through web-enabled PDAs and Mobile Handy Views. A central monitoring package is also offered at no additional cost, enabling users to centrally control multiple DVRs simultaneously.
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