Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America Inc. of Irvine, Calif., a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Electric Corp. of Tokyo, Japan, has begun shipping its new DX-TL910U DVR (digital video recorder).
The nine-input DX-TL910U features built-in networking, a recording speed of 60 wavelet pictures per second (PPS) on built-in 250 Gigabyte (GB) of internal HD (500GB option also available) and features an imbedded operating system and easily navigated user interface using a Jog/Shuttle for menu programming and special playback. It has a built-in nine-camera multiplexer and supports up to nine camera inputs and looping outputs.
Advanced features include unique recording settings to optimize storage capacity, built-in motion detection and support for independent regular and alarm recording of grade and PPS, Mitsubishi said.
The DX-TL910U supports timer recording and comes with a CFC slot to support compact flash memory cards that can be used to copy pre-recorded video or to save or upload the unit's menu settings, Mitsubishi said.