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Network Video Recorders - Toshiba Surveillance & IP Video Products Group - Facility Management Product Release
The IPR series of network video recorders is a cost-effective solution for entry- and mid-level networked video surveillance systems. Each IPR is a complete visual security management system that can be controlled remotely over and Ethernet LAN, WAN, or the Internet. The recorders operate using Microsoft Windows for integration with networks, and offer support of 16 megapixel IP cameras.
IPR Series recorders are available in both 16- 18-channel versions with optional 250 GB, 500 GB, or 1000 GB on-board storage. Video from up to 16 IP network can be recorded at their encoded resolution and stored locally on the IPR using efficient MJPEG compression. In addition, those cameras featuring PAN/TILT/ZOOM can be controlled from a remote viewing station. Users are able to define settings on a per camera basis, including resolution, motion detection, alarm recording, and frames-per-second. IPR Series recorders are designed to mount into a standard rack.
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