Supports Ocularis Base, RC-C or NetDVMS attached cameras
Adding cameras to WinDSXl allows the operator to select a camera from a list or from a map and view/control that camera directly from the WinDSX software. Control is determined by the type of camera system used. Features include support for OnSSI’s flagship Ocularis platform as well as direct connection to legacy RC-C and NetDVMS recorders, Pan, Tilt, Zoom, Preset Positions and auto screen layout based on the number of cameras selected from within WinDSX.
Camera control can be used in conjunction with Image Recall. The card holder presents their card, which does not unlock the door but instead invokes Image Recall and their stored image is displayed on screen. The operator then looks at the live video from that doors camera and determines if the stored image and the live video are of the same person. If so the operator can then unlock the door.
Single or Quad view screen layout set automatically.
Pause and step controls available on screen.
PTZ controls and presets available on screen.
O2DSX License – This software license runs in conjunction with Ocularis base, RC-C and/or NetDVMS Recording servers. One license required per Ocularis Base or master recording server.
Model Number: CNV-O2DSX-001
Software Upgrade Plan – Stay current with the latest s/w releases as new revisions are released. Sold at time of initial sale. Available for 1 – 3 years.
Model Number: CNV-DSXSUP-1 Model Number: CNV-DSXSUP-2 Model Number: CNV-DSXSUP-3
Recommended DSX Workstation Hardware:
CPU: Pentium D Dual core (min)
RAM: 2 GB (min)Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP Professional * or Windows Vista , Windows 7; all 32-bit or 64-bit running as 32-bit.
Graphics Adapter: PCI-Express, minimum 256 MB RAM, Direct 3D supported. Guidelines for Video RAM Requirements: 20+ simultaneous Video Channels: 512 MB 50+ simultaneous Video Channels: 1 GB Software: Microsoft .NET 4.0 Framework,
Note: For workstations viewing 4 or less cameras at a time, single core, 2GHz (min) processors with 1GB RAM (min) with an integrated graphic controller can be used.