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Speco Technologies Offers Real-Time Surveillance For Buses

Posted on April 27, 2010

AMITYVILLE, N.Y. - Speco Technologies new mobile four channel, H.264, pentaplex DVR is designed for installation in buses, emergency vehicles, police cars, trains and more. It allows for capturing and delivering real-time video through a compact surveillance system in moving vehicles.

About the size of a radar detector, it is small enough to fit on top of or under the dashboard. When used with a separately purchased Verizon USB Aircard the DVR can be accessed remotely allowing the video and GPS information to be available to authorized viewers. Features include:

  • GPS (optional) data can overlay location,   speed and record w/video onto the DVR
  • Impact sensor built into the optional GPS
  • Works with Verizon WirelessTM USB   Air Cards for remote access of live and playback video
  • Driving information (warning lights, brakes,   turn signals) can be superimposed onto   the recording
  • SD card memory - 2 and 6 card models: no HDD to worry about H.264 Compression 
  • Max 120fps (HD1) / 60 fps (D1) recording in NTSC

 

  • Pentaplex Operation/1 channel synchronized audio
  • 4 level image quality setting
  • Panic alarm allows for emergencyrecording in full frame rate of every channel
  • Digital watermark support
  • 3-year warranty

 This mobile DVR includes one 2GB SD card, remote control, mounting hardware, CMS software & vehicle cigarette lighter adaptor. Both models are available with a powerful GPS module and antenna which tracks the vehicles location on a real time basis.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Knowledgeable customer support people are in place to help the customers who purchase Speco Technologies' products and a technical support group is available to assist with designing a system, installations and other professional advice.

Information:

Speco Technologies
200 New Highway
Amityville, NY 11701
(631) 957-8700
(800) 645-5516
Web Site: www.specotech.com
Email: [email protected]

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