DigiView
DigiView
Apollo has expanded the
functionality of its enterprise class solutions by
adding a digital video module. Integration with
access control and system provides such benefits
as: video and alarm association, pre-alarm
recording, events reports with associated video
data, and ability to control all systems from the
same user interface. Apollo APACS security
system software now supports 4/8/16-camera
digital video recorders and provides easily
scaleable solutions for systems from four to
hundreds of cameras. Apollo DVR features frame
rates of up to 240FPS, audio recording, and
inexpensive and easily expandable storage.
Introduction:
Integration: Events from all sub-systems are displayed via one user interface.
Events from the video system are displayed via the same security management interface as events
from access control and alarm systems. DigiView system events: Video Motion Detection, Video
Signal Loss, and Auxiliary Alarm Inputs.
Video system events are treated in the same manner as all other events. They appear on the graphic
maps and have to be acknowledged by operators. It is possible to link automatic reactions, like
playing sound files or controlling relay outputs with events from the video system.
Control all systems from the same user interface.
DigiView control window is fully integrated with APACS software and features the following
manual functions: start and stop recording, select camera, pan-tilt-zoom, start sequence, export
snapshot, switch between cameras, select prepositions, multiplexed view, video clip playback, export
part or complete video clip, export snapshot.
Automatic links between events and DVR functions.
Some of the actions, like starts and stop recording, export snapshot and select preposition may be
executed automatically or triggered by security system events.
More informative event reports
Another important benefit of integration is ability to link video clips and system events. This is an
excellent tool in incident investigations, when a simple click on alarm event brings up the associated
video recording. Since DigiView also features pre-alarm recording the system users get complete
information on what happened before, during and after alarms.
Loaded with useful features
Other feature configurable is the multiplexed view, where operators can easily configure how many
cameras they want to see simultaneously, sequencing, video recording schedules based on time zones
from the APACS software. High capacity local storage and the possibility to expand using
inexpensive external USB drives or network storage.
Apollo offers
configurations:
4
standard
DigiView
DVR
DigiView-4 – 4 cameras DVR
DigiView-8 – 8 cameras DVR
DigiView-12 –12 cameras DVR
DigiView-16 – 16 cameras DVR
Frame rate in standard solutions is limited to 120FPS
and divided by the number of video inputs. Apollo
also offers Enterprise level DigiView DVR with the
240FPS frame rate.
DigiView DVRs are based on highly reliable Dell Optiplex workstations:
Processor: Intel Pentium 4 (2.4 GHz or higher processor)
Memory: 512MB PC2700 DDR SDRAM
Backup: CD-RW
Network: Ethernet 10/100/1000 NIC
Operating System: Windows 2000 Professional
Internal storage: 80GB - 400 GB
External: USB 2.0 external storage modules supporting up to 6TB of local storage per server
Specifications:
Resolution (NTSC), Live Display
Recording Mode Supported
Compression
Video Inputs
Video Outputs Supported
Alarm Inputs
Remote Access
Pan/Tilt/Zoom Control
320 X 240 / 640 X 480 / l6oxl2o
Circular (FIFO)
MPEG-4
4/8/12/16
One composite / S-Video output (optional)
4/8/12/16 (optional)
LAN, WAN, Internet (via TCP/IP)
PTZ connects to the DVR via an external
RS-232 to RS-485 adapter (optional)
Maximum Frames Per
Second Recording (NTSC):
4 Cameras:
8 Cameras:
16 Cameras:
320 X 240
Resolution (Normal)
30 FPS
15 FPS
7.5 FPS
Video Input Connectors
Camera Recording Modes
Intelligent Storage Management
Camera Settings
Video Search Method
iSearch "Intelligent Search Agent"
Export File Options
Video File Format
640 X 480
Resolution (High)
9 FPS
6 FPS
2.5 FPS
BNC
Motion Detection (resolution and frame rate are
camera independent); Post Motion Recording
supported
Camera recording to local drives or network
location
Brightness, hue, saturation, and contrast can be
modified per camera
Search based on camera, date, event and
selected times
Ability to use motion detection to search
archived video
Snapshot (BMP file); Video clips (save to
location or CD-recordable)
Exports to Microsoft Standard AVI
Remote Management Configuration
Alarm Trigger Notification
Full administration capabilities are available
locally and remotely
E-mail notification with image snapshot on
motion detection alarm
PTZ Camera Protocol Supported:
Pelco D, Ultrak / Diamond, SAE, Philips Bi-phase, Pelco ASCII,
Panasonic New & Conventional, Canon VCC4, Vicon, Kalatel,
Samsung, Sensormatic, Sony.
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