Geovision GV 250 Features
Independant camera configuration & settings
Each camera attached to your geovision card can have its own unique configuration settings for camera name, video recording quality, motion detection, alarm notifications, continuous recording, motion sensitivity, masked areas, MPEG4 or wavelet compression, frames per second, and picture settings (brightness, contrast, hue, and saturation)
Selectable Live Video Display
Geovision's live video display gives you the option to display a single camera on your monitor, a full screen format of a single camera's view, or a selectable multi camera view that you can configure. You can switch between these modes of viewing with a simple click of your computer's mouse.
Goevision cards enable you to configure cameras to record only when motion is detected in areas predetermined by you. You can select "masked areas" of view which you determine that it is OK for motion to occur in. If motion is detected outside one of the masked areas that you have defined, recording will begin. The surveillance recording will be time and date stamped in a log file, which can be stored locally or remotely on your network. Geovision's motion detection software is one of the best in the industry.
You can define areas inside of each camera's view where motion should be ignored (masked), and not trigger a recording event.
Smart enables the full available recording speed to be allocated only to cameras that are recording at any particular time.
Geovision Digital Watermarking
Digital Watermark is a pattern of bits inserted into the recorded video file that identifies the file's copyright and proprietary information. Geovision's digital watermark can not be tampered with which ensures that exported surveillance video from your system is authentic and has not been tampered with. This is expecially important when submitting surveillance video as court evidence.
Syncronous Recording and Playback
Geovision systems support the ability to view recorded video while the system is still monitoring and recording new video.
Flexible Viewing Options
The log files of surveillance video clips can be accessed and sorted by date and time to easliy allow you to find what you are looking for. While viewing recorded video, you can zoom in/out and move around the viewing area. The speed at which you view recordings can be slowed or sped up. You can also view video frame by frame if you need to carefully analyze a portion of video. Recordings can be played back by individual camera or all cameras at the same time. You can switch from a multi-camera playback view to a single-camera playback by clicking on a particular camera window.
Advanced editting and export options
Geovision software supports editing features for image sharpening, exporting, adjusting brightness, contrast and printing. Surveillance video can be exported as .avi files, which is playable in the Microsoft Media Player and many other common windows based programs. Individual frames from videos can be exported in many still image formats such as JPEG (.jpg). You may choose to have the date, time, and camera name stamped on the video in your choice of color.
Geovision cards support recording audio (cameras with microphones or external microphones are required). Audio can be recorded and played back in sync with recorded video.
- 1 audio channel support for GV-600 series cards.
- 2 audio channel support for GV-650 series cards.
- 4 audio channel support for GV-800 series cards.
- 8 and 16 audio channel support available for GV-1120 series cards.
- 8 and 16 audio channel support available for GV-1240 series cards.
- 8 and 16 audio channel support available for GV-1240 series cards.
- 16 audio channel support available for GV-1480 series cards.
Alarm notifications can be sent to a remote telephone, cell phone, pager, or another computer.
You can zoom each security camera that is attached to your Geovision system in or out with the click of your computer mouse.
Flexible Disk Storage
Video recording can be configured to write to single or multiple hard drives. As available disk space runs out, geovision will overwrite the video clips with the earliest dates.
Geovision GV 250 Technical Specifications
- Input Type: BNC or D-Type
- Video Inputs: 4, 8, 12, 16
- Total Recording Rate: 20 fps NTSC, 100 fps PAL
- Display Rate: 20 fps NTSC, 100 fps PAL
- Compression Format: Wavelet, MPEG-4, Geo MPEG4, Geo MPEG4 (ASP), Geo H264
- Compression Rate: Variable, 300:1 Maximum
- Video Resolution: FULL D1, Half D1, CIF
- Networking: TCP / IP, LAN, WAN, Internet, Modem Dial-up, Modem-to-Modem, ISDN
- Audio Inputs: 1
- Audio Codec: ADPCM 8Khz 4 bit Mono
- GV-DSP Support: Y
- GV-A16 Card Support: Y
- GV-Hybrid Card Support: Y
- GV-NET/IO Card Support: Y
- GV-IO 12-In Card Support: Y
- GV-IO 12-Out Card Support: Y
- Supported Operating Systems: Windows 2000 / Windows XP / Windows Server 2003
- Direct X: Version 9.0 or above
- CPU: Pentium 4 2.0 GHz
- RAM: 256 MB DDR SDRAM
- Required Hard Disk Space: 80 GB
- VGA: NVIDIA GeForce2 MX200 32 MB
- Backup Device: HDD, NAS, CD-R / R-W, DVD+R / +RW, DVD+R (DL), ZIP, JAZ
- PTZ Control Protocol: Ademco Jupiter, BOSCH TC700 & TC8560, Canon VC-C3 / VC-C4, CBC GANZ ZC-S120 Series, Chiper CPT-V9KRP, Directed Perception PTU Series
- Supported PTZ Cameras: D-Max Dome, Dong Yang DOH-240, DynaColor D-7720 / 7722, Elbex Matrix / 1000, GKB SPD-221, JEC Dome, JVC (TK-S576B / TK-S655),Kalatel Cyber Dome KTD-312, Kampro Technology K-ZC23, Kenko DMP23-H1, Lilin PIH-7000 / 7600 / 7600PL / 7625, MESSOA SDS600 Series,Mintron 54G2AHN/P, Minking Dome, Panasonic WV-CS850 / 854, Pelco Dome, Pelco Spectra 3, PTZ in I/O, SAE DR-E 588, Samsung SCC-641 / 643
Samsung SPD-1600, Sensormatic Ultra IV, Sony EVI-D100 / D100T, TOA CC551, VIDO Dome, YAAN Dome
- Language Support: English, Arabic, French, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Italian
- Input Type : DB15 with BNC leads
- Video Inputs(s) : 8
- Audio Input(s) 1 channels
- Recording Rate : 20 fps (NTSC), 16fps (PAL).
- Display Rate : 20 fps (NTSC), 16 fps (PAL).
- Video Resolution : 320x240, 640x240, 640x480, 640x480 S/W
- Compression Format: Wavelet, MPEG-4, GeoMPEG4
- GV-DSP Support : Yes
- GV-A16 Support : No
- GV-NET/IO Card Support : No
- Dimension: 120mm x 95mm
- System Recommendations:
- OS Supported : Windows 2000 / Windows XP
- CPU Pentium IV minimum
- Intel chipset motherboard
- RAM : 256MB minimum
- HDD : 80GB recommended
- VGA : NVIDIA GeForce2 MX200 32MB
- Currently GV Cards are not compatible with VIA series chipset motherboards
- Major Features
- - Windows based GUI user interface
- - Build-in motion detection
- - Integrated video server
- - MPEG4 and Wavelet compression
- - Up to 4 audio recording channels
- - Up to 640x480 video resoltion
- - Smart Recording Technology
- - Support dual screen display
- - Alarm alerts to e-mail and telephone
- - Hardware watchdog feature
- - Multi-level password protection
- - Backup video files to internet, external, or network storage
- - Simultaneous recording and playback
- - Video lost detection
- - Full screen display
- - Backup to DVD, CD, ZIP, Jaz, and network hard disk
- - Support various PTZ protocols
- - Supports NTSC and PAL standards
- - Flexible I/O configuration
- - Connect up to 72 external inputs or 144 relay outputs
- - Support dynamic IP address
- Main Application
- - Up to 16 channels of digital recording
- - Embedded PTZ palette
- - Post alarm recording
- - Independent recording quality and frame rate adjustment
- - Digital watermark authentication
- - Build in multiplexer display
- - Scheduled, continuous, and motion detection recording
- Remote Playback System
- - Remote playback recording videos
- - Multiple Search Functions
- - Export video clips into avi file
- - Address book functions
- - Superior playback quality
- - Capture, save, and print recored video clips
- - Simultaneously playback multiple channels
- Webcam System
- - Connect to multiple servers simulaneously
- - Remote playback over the internet
- - Display up to 16 cameras on a single page
- - Mobile surveillance using i-mode