Integrated DVR and Control PC with Local or Network Control.
- A single-box solution combining the Core 2 MAX video recorder with an integrated control PC
- Local or optional network control mode with real-time MISB-compliant H.264 video streaming
- Reliable uncompressed video recording from up to four Camera Link, CoaXPress or SDI sources
- 3G/HD-SDI real-time monitoring outputs
- Precise time-stamping with integrated IRIG input or optional single/dual-frequency GPS receiver
ULTIMATE HIGH SPEED VIDEO RECORDER
With image sensor resolutions and frame rates always advancing, digital video data rates continue to climb. The DVR Express Core 2 can record video at data rates up to 1620 MB/s, but for the ultimate in high-
INTEGRATED TIME REFERENCE INPUTS
Timing can be everything when it comes to video analytics. Understanding the precise time when a frame is captured allows a better correlation of imagery to other data sources, such as telemetry systems, environmental sensors, or other DVR systems in other locations. DVR Express Core 2 MAX includes IRIG-A/B inputs as a standard feature, to synchronise with many formats of IRIG timing signals found in major test facilities and airborne platforms. As well, an optional high-accuracy GNSS receiver can be installed, allowing independent synchronisation with not only GPS, but also GLONASS, Galileo or BeiDou satellite navigation systems.
SERVER OPTION AVAILABLE
The DVR Express Core 2 MAX has the capability to add network remote control and video streaming with the Server Option. This is a single-
HIGH CAPACITY FOR LONG RECORDINGS
Traditional high speed video cameras rely on internal memory for storage, usually with enough capacity for a few seconds or minutes of video at most. The DVR Express Core 2 MAX can be configured with up to 22.5 TB of removable solid state storage, meaning tens of minutes if not hours of video can be recorded, without the need to download to disk after recording! Long-
DESIGNED FOR RACK MOUNTING
Mounting a DVR Express Core 2 MAX couldn’t be simpler. With the chassis designed specifically for integration into standard 19″ hardware racks, this DVR is ready to be installed almost anywhere. Each Core 2 MAX occupies a 2U rack height but only half the 19″ shelf width, allowing two DVRs to be mounted side-
The DVR Express Core 2 MAX has three rugged removable drive cartridges, each holding up to two solid-
VIDEO MONITORING OUTPUTS
The DVR Express Core 2 MAX features four 3G/HD-SDI video outputs providing low-latency video signals for real-time monitoring of the incoming camera data. SDI video signals can be directly connected to supported monitors or HDMI displays using off-the-shelf adapters. SDI video can even be wirelessly sent over long distances using RF transmitters. Four 3G/HD-SDI outputs are provided, allowing up to four cameras to be monitored. After recordings are completed, recorded video will be played out from these outputs as well. The output formats include 1080i, 1080p and UHD at up to 60 frames per second.
MULTI-CAMERA SYNCHRONISED RECORDING
The DVR Express Core 2 MAX can record from up to four cameras simultaneously, simplifying multi-camera recording applications such as motion capture, stereoscopic imaging, volumetric particle tracking and more. As well, built-in synchronisation tools allow accurate alignment of each camera’s exposure, provided the cameras support such features. External frame synchronisation signals can be connected to the Auxiliary I/O port of the Core 2 MAX, or signals can be generated internally using the Signal Generator tools. Timestamps can be applied to the images based on the exposure trigger point or any time thereafter.
COREVIEW DVR SOFTWARE
FASTER PC CONNECTION
Like the first generation Core DVRs, the DVR Express Core 2 MAX is also a PC peripheral, intended to be connected at all times to a PC system. The PC interface allows for DVR configuration, operation, live video display and file transfers after recordings are completed. The Core 2 MAX features a 6Gbps eSATA port, twice as fast as its predecessor, plus a USB3.0-
Video compression has its place with some applications, but when a critical experiment is underway and the best possible video quality is required, experts turn to the DVR Express Core series. These powerful recorders store high-bandwidth uncompressed video data from one or more cameras, preserving all the detail and dynamic range of the original digital video data. This allows frame-by-frame review of recordings as though each frame is its own still picture. After the recording is complete, clips can be exported into formats that do support compression, such as AVI or JPG, but the original data is always preserved.