Designed and engineered specifically for large enterprise level integrations and installations, all APEX DVRs record in realtime (30fps) on all channels across the board while maintaining D1(720x480) or half D1(720x240) resolution for crystal clear images that doesn’t miss a beat; hence, allowing the 16-ch model (AP-D1600) to be both Nevada & Florida Gaming Commissions compliant. Available in 16-ch and 32-channel models, APEX features mirror recording for redundancy, internal and external removable hard drives for quick expansions, and could be linked to 8 AP-ES (APEX External Storage) units totaling at a massive 36TB of storage. Linux-based operating system and quadruplex functions allows for seamless simultaneous recording, playback, network, and backup, and also comes with a powerful VMS software capable of controlling up to 500 DVRs from a central site. Now with industry exclusive “Multi-layer Streaming,” images can be captured and stored in full D1 (DVD) quality while streaming at a variable rate based on available bandwidth and PC resources. The latest feature upgrades include: Mobile Viewer, POS (Point-of-Sale) capabilities, Mac compatibility, and Free DDNS service.
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