A hand-sized covert MemoCam unit integrating Black & White CCD Camera, DVR, VMD (Video Motion Detection) and PIR sensor.The MC-Z/BX model has full resolution quality of 640x480 (VGA), recording quality - 8 levels, 10 frames per second (fps), sensitivity - 0.003 Lux, and a RS485 Comm Port. It has a TV output for an external monitor.MemoCam Zorro is a solid state device that doesn't require daily maintenance, and is easy to install and use without special training. It is IP ready for remote management over Internet/LAN.It automatically record events on a mini SD card for local storage up to 2GB memory. The recorded events are easily analyzed by simply removing the mini SD card from the unit and inserting it into a memory card reader connected to a PC/pocket PC.Alarms can be activated by external triggers or by dual-technology PIR and VMD that significantly reduces false alarms. VMD enables the user to define specific areas of interest within the picture frame, significantly reducing storage space required. This enables a large amount of video data to be stored on a mini SD card.The remote control supplied with the unit enables the user to Arm/Disarm the unit, set up the recording process or record events manually. It can also function as a panic button.MemoCam Zorro is a reliable, secure system that will never let you down. Images are dated, timed and watermarked for integrity. No wonder that MemoCam is most trusted and used by law enforcement and government agencies worldwide.MemoCam Zorro MC-Z/BX is supplied with a swivel mounting bracket, infrared remote control with panic button function, power supply (15ft cable) and mini SD card.
- B&W CCD Camera w/ 0.003 Lux
- Hand-sized all-in-one video recording system
- Records on removable mini so card
- Smart dual technology recording triggers (VMO + PIR)
- Solid state device not requiring daily maintenance
- Weekly recording schedule
- Examine images on any PC/pocket PC
- RS-485 communications port
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