DVR Comes in Smaller Footprint & New Case Design
Clinton Electronics unveiled the Shadow Series DVRs featuring a stand-alone Linux ASIC system that has been custom designed for digital video recording. The Shadow series supersedes the Contender Series DVR with improved specifications such as full D1 resolution, 1080p HDMI monitor output, higher frame rates, H.264 compression, and a smaller footprint with a new case design. The free CEC Connect mobile app lets users of iPhone and Android devices stay connected with features such as multiplex view, image save and PTZ control. The Shadow series DVR includes Clinton’s full remote SMS software. With the remote SMS software, the user has the ability to remotely connect and command up to 10 DVRs on one screen. Features include: remote alarm notification, eMap, pop-ups for motion, scheduled back up, remote video burning, remote configuration, firmware updates and back up video clips to a local PC. The DVR is available in 4-, 8- and 16-channel versions with a standard 1TB SATA HDD or configure-to-order for more HDD storage.
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