Xenyum launches The XDVR-B series a high quality video recorder based on embedded Linux and high performance embedded microprocessor. The XDVR-B system support 4, 8, and 16 video channels with Simultaneous camera viewing formats and Scheduled or continuous video recording.
XDVR-B series works with pentaplex functions enabling simultaneously live view and playback while continuing to record and network transfer with supported remote control devices access like USB mouse and keyboard. Recording is activated upon motion detection. User may select specific areas of coverage to be recorded. The following tasks can be triggered upon motion detection: sending captured images by e-mail, sound alarm, recording video. The remote monitoring cameras plays -back recorded video through Internet with Zoom-in / zoom-out function on the camera view. All images are time/date stamped, works with Pan / Tilt / Zoom functions and supported PTZ cameras.
The XDVDR-B operates at a temperature range of -10°C to +55°C. The system comes equipped with playback and backup recorder. The network software supports TCP/IP, DHCP, DDNS, PPPOE, and FTP. Along with remote operation system like monitor, PTZ control, playback, system setting file download and log information.