Connect with Vision: Delivering the Power of Total Video Security Systems

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Connect with Vision: Delivering the Power of Total Video Security Systems


VIDEO SECURITY OVER A NETWORK IS NOW A REALITY

ENDURA[TM] IS A HIGH-QUALITY, HIGH-PERFORMANCE NETWORK-BASED VIDEO SECURITY SYSTEM. WITH ITS POWERFUL DISTRIBUTED ARCHITECTURE, ENDURA TAKES FULL ADVANTAGE OF TODAY'S IP NETWORKS, ELIMINATING THE CONSTRAINTS OF TRADITIONAL APPROACHES. THERE IS NO END TO HOW A SYSTEM AND ITS COMPONENTS CAN INTERACT AND SHARE VIDEO, AUDIO, AND CONTROL INFORMATION. ENDURA IS THE FUTURE OF NETWORK-BASED VIDEO SECURITY SYSTEMS.

IT ALL STARTS HERE

The Endura system begins with a set of high-performance encoders and decoders. These units convert analog video and audio signals into digital packets that are transmitted over IP networks. The units also convert the digital information streams back into video output for viewing on Composite, S-Video or VGA monitors.

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NETWORK VIDEO RECORDERS

Endura network-based recorders store and playback high-quality video and audio for a wide number of simultaneous users. Sophisticated self diagnostics, EnduraStor technology, and high levels of fault tolerant storage ensure reliable operation and amazing system performance.

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HIGH-PERFORMANCE VIDEO STORAGE

The Endura Storage Expansion Box is a high-performance storage system. Each SEB adds up to 3.9TB of storage. Multiple SEBs can be attached to a single unit, providing a very large, very scalable network storage solution.

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TOTAL SYSTEM MANAGEMENT

The Endura System Manager is an integrated hardware/software component that provides administration and security of multiple Endura devices. The core of the Endura system, this unit manages User and Device Authentication, Alarm Management, and the administration of user profiles, rights, and permissions. Advanced diagnostic tools ensure that the Endura system operates continuously at optimum levels.

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VISIONARY DISPLAY CAPABILITIES

The Video Console Display is a high-performance, multiple-stream decoding unit. It converts multiple digital MPEG4 streams into video signals to be viewed on either Composite, S-Video, or VGA monitors, providing amazing flexibility. Using an Endura keyboard, the VCD becomes the true virtual matrix for the Endura system.

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REVOLUTIONARY KEYBOARD

The ergonomic Endura control keyboard offers swappable USB pods, including a Joystick, Jog Shuttle, and Function keys. Security professionals can now control an Endura System in a manner that is already familiar. Combined with the industry's lowest latency, the Endura keyboard creates a familiar "matrix" feel within an all-digital system.

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USER WORKSTATIONS

Endura workstations are Windows[R]-compatible systems used for viewing video and configuring Endura systems. From a single software interface, users can control, view and playback video and audio as well as perform configuration, scripting and other functions that are critical to the operation of a video security system.

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TOTAL CONNECTIVITY BRINGS MAXIMUM FLEXIBILITY

WHEN IT COMES TO IMPLEMENTING A COMPREHENSIVE VIDEO SECURITY SOLUTION, YOU NEED A TOTAL SYSTEMS APPROACH--AND PELCO DELIVERS LIKE NO ONE ELSE. FROM VIDEO MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS TO POWERFUL AND EFFICIENT TRANSMISSION AND RECORDING CAPABILITIES, INTEGRATION WITH THIRD-PARTY DEVICES AND MUCH, MUCH MORE, PELCO OFFERS AN ARRAY OF PRODUCTS BACKED BY A FANATICAL COMMITMENT TO THE CUSTOMER THAT REDEFINES THE INDUSTRY EACH AND EVERY DAY.

FIBER OPTIC TRANSMISSION FOR VIDEO AND DATA

The PelcoFiber system offers an all-digital, laser-based, 8-bit video/data transmission solution specifically designed for the requirements of video security systems. And even better, these USA-made units can be easily set to work with the industry's most popular data protocols. …

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