makes the VCS different from off-the-shelf security DVR's?
As former steel
process engineers, we realized the need for a tool that assists
in troubleshooting mill problems that VCR/DVR's just don't do.
of what type of VCS or DVR is completely different. DVR's have
4,8, or 16 camera systems. The VCS is based on Total Images per
Second. It's clear that you have more scalability with the VCS.
Do you want to purchase another DVR when you've reached that
8 or 16 camera limit? It's easy to add cameras on the VCS you
summaries Five Key Benefits of the VCS:
- The VCS
can be integrated within your PLC or Level 2 computer systems.
Track images by product number and date. When you want to see
images for heat # 1234, slab # 23456, or coil # 345678, just
enter the ID number.
- Unique Camera
Configuration - Image Capture Rate:
- Highest for critical cameras, ie, 10 Images/Second & above
- 3-9 ips for less critical cameras
- Even lower for other monitoring cameras, 1-2 ips
- Unique Camera Configuration - Storage Capacity:
- Longest for critical cameras, ie, 30 days or more
- 14 Days for less critical cameras
- Even lower for other monitoring cameras, ie, 7 days
- We offer three high end Video Capture System products:
- VCS 100 Series has an 8 Disk Drive capacity
- VCS 200 Series has a 16 Disk Drive capacity
- VCS 300 Series has a 24 Disk Drive capacity
- For example, Our 300 Series VCS offers 9.6TB of storage,
that's twenty-four 400GB disk drives.
- Scalability - We offer three high end Video Capture System
- VCS 100 Series has a Total Capture Rate of 120 ips
- VCS 200 Series has a Total Capture Rate of 180 ips
- VCS 300 Series has a Total Capture Rate of 240 ips