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03/08/2011

Huperlab releases 16CH HD-SDI Tribrid CCTV System

Taipei, Taiwan

Huperlab is launching the Hupervision HD-SDI CCTV Tribrid system that supports up to 16CH HD-SDI CCTV real-time display and recording whilst maintaining system stability 24/7.
Utilising the 2nd generation Intel Core processor, the Hupervision HD-SDI CCTV system delivers high performance, real-time 1080p/720p HD display and recording, which is perfect for CCTV professionals to upgrade to HD surveillance while preserving the coaxial cable infrastructure and operating interface. The 16ch models of huperVision HD-SDI CCTV Tribrid system supports real-time display while its 720p recording rates range from 240FPS to 480FPS, and the 1080p one is 240FPS.

With the Huperlab exclusive design, the Hupervision HD DVR card supports up to 4CH 1080p/720p real-time display and recording. Each channel is able to be individually connected to various HD-SDI cameras at different resolutions. System integrators and installers also can make good use of stackable HD DVR cards to further level up to a 16CH HD-SDI surveillance system. The Tribrid feature within the Hupervision HD-SDI CCTV system further enables the connection of HD-SDI, CCTV and IP cameras in one system. Different camera combinations can be assigned at various use scenarios on demand.

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