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ge DIGIA II Digital Video Recorder
With a robust, appliance-like interface and quick out-of-the-box setup, the Digia II series of MPEG-4 digital video recorders is an integrated Triplex video surveillance solution that enables users to view live video, playback previously recorded video, and record video simultaneously. GE Securitys Digia II, a cost-effective, compact 4-, 9-, or 16-channel digital video recorder, brings the benefits of digital security monitoring to small commercial applications. A user-friendly interface and more than one month of hard disk recording make the Digia II easy to use, install, and maintain in a small-business environment. Digia II provides a fit-and-forget solution, with a simple search function for reviewing video. The recorder includes security features such as external alarm inputs and motion detection that triggers an alarm when movement in a user-definable area of the image is detected. The feature set includes complete search by alarm, motion, and time and date. Simultaneously view, record, and play back video images with the Digia II. Easily archive video evidence to an external device connected through the USB 2.0 port and because USB 2.0 is hot-swappable, an external device can be connected at any time. Transferring video information is quick and easy, as Digia II creates an AVI file that can be viewed by any PC with Windows® Media Player -- no need to install special software on your PC. MPEG-4 compression technology also allows you to save high-quality images into smaller file sizes for easier storage and streaming over Ethernet. Digia Browser is a web-browser interface that enables easy viewing of live video, searching and play back of video, or configuration of the Digia II remotely. Securely view video from just about any computer in the world via the Internet. As the Digia II optionally supports DDNS, the recorder can be accessed through an easy-to- remember name instead of an IP address that may dynamically change through DHCP.
|Date Tested||June 20, 2008|
|Firmware Version||(V1.0.72) DST Compliant|
|Supports TZO Premier||Yes|
|WAN IP Detection?||Yes|
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