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Bosch BRS-RAC1-4100A Recording Station IP Video Mangement Appliance, Recorder Server BRS-RAC1-4100A by Bosch

Bosch BRS-RAC1-4100A Recording Station IP Video Mangement Appliance, Recorder Server

Bosch BRS-RAC1-4100A Recording Station IP Video Mangement Appliance, Recorder Server

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  • Bosch BRS-RAC1-4100A Recording Station IP Video Mangement Appliance, Recorder Server Bosch BRS-RAC1-4100A Recording Station IP Video Mangement Appliance, Recorder Server
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SKU: BRS-RAC1-4100A

Model #: BRS-RAC1-4100A

Availability: Usually ships within 2-3 business days

$4,659.09

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Quick Overview


    • Ready out of the box Recording and Management System for IP video

    • Connect up to 64 video sources per station

    • Supports Bosch H.264/MPEG4, third-party MPEG-4 and JPEG devices, and HD/Megapixel cameras

    • Low bandwidth (WAN) support

    • Interfaces with Bosch intrusion, fire and access solutions

UPC: 800549637831

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The BRS-RAC1-4100A from Bosch is a Recording station IP video mangement appliance, recorder server; 1U (4-BAY) rack mount chassis, RAID-5, 4TB (4 X 1TB) hot-swappable HDD; includes 8 channel license. The Bosch Recording Station software is pre-installed on a dedicated Appliance that is ready to go out of the box. The application provides a simple to install and intuitive to use solution for managing multiple locations. The BRS Appliance is available as stand-alone, all-inone tower PCs and rack-mounted server units supporting RAID5 redundancy, and comes pre-licensed for 8 IP cameras.

Tower units support recording and playback. Rack versions provide recording only, playback is possible via a separate ‘viewing station’ on a standard PC with BRS Viewer installed. Building on DiBos technology the Recording Station uses Bosch’s proven video anagement, recording and communications technology and takes IP based video surveillance to a new level. It forms an integral part of overall security solutions for many applications including banks, large retailers, railway stations, city centers, industrial facilities and office buildings.

With Recording Station you can retrieve live and recorded video from anywhere in the network. Whether they are on site or at a remote network location, authorized personnel have quick, convenient access to all information making Recording Station the perfect solution for surveillance over distributed networks. Recording Station supports live viewing and recording at any resolution up to 2048 x 1536 pixels (3 Megapixel) including HD widescreen resolutions. It manages up to 64 IP video sources (Bosch and 3rd party) that are compatible to the following video compression.

Features

  • Ready out of the box Recording and Management System for IP video
  • Connect up to 64 video sources per station
  • Supports Bosch H.264/MPEG4, third-party MPEG-4 and JPEG devices, and HD/Megapixel cameras
  • Low bandwidth (WAN) support
  • Interfaces with Bosch intrusion, fire and access solutions

Downloads

  BRS-RAC1-4100A-Specsheet

  Bosch-Recording-Station-Operation-Manual

  Bosch-Recording-Station-Installation-Guide

Product Specifications

SKU  BRS-RAC1-4100A
Manufacturer  Bosch
IP Channels  8 Channels
Harddrive Size  4TB
Protocols  Axis Protocols, Mobotix Protocols, Sony Protocols
Features  Redundant Power
Resolution   2048 x 1536
Compression   H.264, M-JPEG, MPEG-4
Operating temperature   +10 °C to +35 °C (+50 °F to +95 °F)
Dimensions  44.5 x 437 x 648 mm (1.7 x 17.2 x 25.5 in)
Power Consumption  230.37 W
USB   2 USB 2.0 in rear
Redundant Power Yes
DVD Writer   Yes

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