Grundig, the German electronics manufacturer, has upgraded its analogue DVR firmware to enable even greater, user-friendly functionality.
Grundig’s analogue DVRs, launched in 2010, have been well received across Europe. The DVR range offers 8 up to 32 video channels for a broad spectrum of applications. Higher specification models offer real-time, 25fps, D1 simultaneous recording on 16 video channels and support four monitor outputs. Grundig Control Software allows a 128 video channel, 4 monitor surveillance system to be controlled and managed from a PC.
Andreas Kronwald, International Product Manager for Grundig, explains, “The 8, 16 and 32 channel DVRs now feature enhanced user management, smart search by motion detection, extra recording modes, a privacy zone per video channel and playback compatibility with most web browsers, such as Firefox, Opera, Safari and Chrome.
“We continue to make secure back-up options a priority, so offer RAID mirror recording with up to 32TB of storage using our GDS-R04A rack unit. The DVR will automatically monitor hard drive status and send email alerts if problems occur. Smartphone remote access and email, Twitter, FTP, relay and buzzer alarm notifications are all standard. Customised access profiles can be set-up for each individual system user, including limited viewing of specific cameras within a system.”