Hanwha Techwin launched the DVR series following its previous Analog Full HD camera series. With the latest line of products, Hanwha Techwin has completed its Analog Full HD system lineup
The newly launched Analog Full HD DVR Series SRD-1694/1685/894/494 is capable of stably transmitting 2 megapixel (1080p) videos through up to 500m of coaxial cable without any delay. The new system is compatible with existing analog cameras as well as coaxial cables, which reduces unnecessary costs by minimizing the level of system replacement required.
In addition, the new system addresses the current social issue of hacking by encrypting video information stored in the DVR and applying strict password setup standards to provide a more secure system and stronger protection for personal information.
It’s also impressively convenient and easy to use, claims the manufacturer. The Analog Full HD DVR series supports motion search, a function which performs a quick search of a video and plays a specific section in which motion is detected in a selected area of the screen. The 16/8 Channel DVR features an easy-access bay on the front, enabling users to quickly remove and install the system’s hard drives.
Source: Hanwha Techwin