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WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW Eclipse Security has grown an average of 20% a year. On average Eclipse introduces 18 new products a year. Eclipse averages 70 new dealers yearly worldwide. Eclipse is one of the fastest growing security brands in the industry. Eclipse is the product of choice for major banks and security dealers in several countries.
WHATS NEW? Eclipse SP300 Mini PTZ Dome Nubix Enhancements Nubix DX GUI ACC-995 ACC-900 New ECL-599 New 5i Series Domes Much, much, more
LETS BEGIN WITH THE NUBIX WE HAVE ADDED SOME FUNCTIONS TO THE NUBIX SERIES WHAT YOU ARE ABOUT TO SEE ARE FUNCTIONS THAT ONLY ECLIPSE OFFERS THESE FUNCTIONS ARE A FIRST FOR THE INDUSTRY AND ARE ONLY AVAILABLE FROM ECLIPSE.
Nubix Enhancements Most of you know our Nubix series offers POS support but …………………… What makes our Eclipse Nubix POS different?
IT’S THE ONLY STAND ALONE DVR WITH 4 CH POS CAPABILITY
MOST OTHER OPTIONS AVAILABLE
CONS TO OTHER SYSTEMS You need a converter box for the register One box for every register Special cable needed for every register Have to loop the camera to the box then back to DVR Must program the box to the register Provides an Overlay text only Must find transaction manually Mostly PC Based LETS TAKE A LITTLE TEST.
TEXT TEST…… How many times is the word “the” used on this page? American Video Equipment's Video Serial Interface products (VSI+ and VSI Pro) allow transaction data from cash registers, POS systems or a bank's automatic teller machine to be displayed on top of the normal video picture. The AVE VSI+ and VSI PRO text inserters will work with any Sentry DVR. Cash register interface applications are an excellent method for controlling theft and fraud in retail stores and are gaining widespread use in the security industry. With ATM theft and fraud such a predominant concern in our society, there is also a tremendous need for a powerful ATM/CCTV system in the banking industry. The VSI+/PRO products work the same for both bank and retail applications. Once a transaction is started, data is generated and sent to the VSI+/PRO from either the cash register or the ATM. The VSI+/PRO overlays this data on top of the normal camera picture. This provides two benefits. First, the VSI+/PRO links the data with the picture so that on the monitor screen you will see not only the cashier and the product being sold, but also the price charged by the clerk for that product. This allows visual comparison of the physical items being rung into the register and the actual register data of the transaction overlaid on the video picture. With all these elements recorded on video, a store owner can review the scene and, with one view, verify the legitimacy of the check out. Secondly, through the VSI+/PRO Exception Report, suspicious transactions can be defined and searched for in the recording data bases. Video and transaction data from just these particular transactions can then be examined. Perhaps the most significant benefit of the VSI+/PRO is its ability to trigger DVR recording so that only relevant event information is captured on video. This is accomplished by defining suspicious transactions in the Exception Report and then using an “Alarm Out” connection of the VSI+/VSI Pro feeding into an “Alarm In” connection on the DVR. Every time a suspicious transaction is processed through the cash register/POS system, the transaction data is written to video by the VSI+/PRO and the DVR is switched to record that camera. For instance, a grocery store owner concerned about losses may not want to watch every transaction that takes place but will be interested in those with a sales amount over $100. The powerful programming capabilities of the VSI+/PRO Exception Report makes it possible to program the VSI+/PRO to alarm (or trigger recording) for what the store owner considers suspicious (exceptional) events, such as any transaction over $100. The owner can program the VSI+/PRO to alarm when an Exception falls either within or outside of a certain range. The parameters of a range can be Greater Than, Less Than, Equal to, Within the range of two numbers, or Outside of that range, creating DVR recordings that are triggered by only certain high risk exceptional, or questionable events, known as Exception Reporting. In other words, all transactions can be written to video by the VSI+/VSI Pro and then reports examined for exceptions or only exception transactions can be written to video, reducing the amount of report searching that need be done to review recordings. A numeric range for exceptions can be defined, or tags or words may be used to define very specific exceptions, A combination of both can be used, for example, an exception can be assigned to the word "Void" or to "All Voids Over $10.00." The types of exceptions typically monitored by managers, security personnel, or store owners are: no sales, voids, returns, refunds, cancels, and purchases or payouts. Generally these are all negative transactions requiring money to be removed from the register drawer. Installation: The VSI+/PRO is typically installed close to the security camera that is focused on the cash register/POS system. Two separate cables, one for communication from the cash register and one for the security camera video connect these devices into the VSI+/Pro. A single output BNC cable connects the VSI+/Pro to the DVR. In some cases, an additional module, or interface, is installed in or near the register for data conversion. This completes all the required wiring for a fully operational system. When the system is powered up, you can begin programming the VSI+/Pro. Like all other AVE products, the VSI+/Pro uses a simple and easy to understand programming menu. How The Cash Register Interfacing Works: AVE has devoted tremendous engineering efforts to ensure that its VSI+/PRO products work with virtually all types of cash register systems. To find out if a specific cash register system is supported, please check the appropriate page in the Sentry Dealer Section or call a Sentry Sales Representative at or The cash register business is a unique industry. No standards exist and cash register companies can go out of their way to make hardware dissimilar from company to company and to some extent, within a company's own range of products, making older versions or accessories incompatible with newer models. It is this fundamental fact that can make cash register interfacing a complicated process. One interface box can only connect to a limited number of registers. Converter boxes are sometimes needed to translate from one format to another. Please see the appropriate page in the Sentry Dealer Section to check on available converter boxes. Every model register has unique features that can enhance the interface or cause major problems when dealing with loss prevention. Give UP?
Wouldn’t this be easier?
WE WILL GET BACK TO THIS IN A SECOND BUT FIRST LETS LOOK AT A TYPICAL SALE
HOW WOULD YOU FIND THE TRANSACTION? Rewind the video to the sale? Compare the date on the receipt and try and go back to that time frame? Search all the days and hours back and forth through the video in till you find the footage? This is time consuming…………… This is what the competition offers
THIS IS WHAT OUR NUBIX DOES. Our Nubix makes the transactions searchable. We eliminate the time it takes to find the transaction Search by time, date, camera, receipt number, text, cashier, user……… anything the register produces. No special box or cable needed. Not limited to one register. Search at the DVR or remote location. Remove overlay during playback for full video view with no obstructions. Compatible with most registers with RS232 output for receipts Easy setup BUT WAIT……. THERES MORE
NOW, WHAT IF ……….. YOU COULD ALSO INTEGRATE ACCESS CONTROL WITH YOUR DVR AT THE SAME TIME? NOW IMAGINE BEING ABLE TO SEARCH THE ACCESS BY PERSON, DOOR, TIME, DATE AND CARD?
HOW MUCH WOULD YOU PAY FOR THIS CAPABILITY? POS CAPABILITY ACCESS CONTROL CAPABILITY SEARCHABLE TEXT INTEGRATION OF UP TO FOUR REGISTERS, ACCESS CONTROL OR ATM MACHINES SEARCHABLE AT THE DVR OR REMOTE LOCATION EASY SETUP NO SPECIAL CABLES OR BOXES NEEDED. HOW ABOUT FREE?
IP Cameras, The truth shall set you free Many people say IP cameras are the future and are less expensive to install. Really? Lets take a look at that. Here is information from an article I found on the web. IP Pros: Better wireless support: Analog wireless has more problems with interference then network based cameras. The x standards have encryption built into them. Wireless can be a definite issue. Wireless is prone to interference also. It’s a limited application. Distance is also a problem. I don’t see an advantage here at all. IP cameras can take advantage of already existing wiring. No. It really cant. If there is existing wiring you still need to run it to the camera and you still need to power the cameras. This means you need to wire the cameras anyway with power. Some would say you can use power over internet for the IP cameras. This is true but there is a catch. You are limited to the power which means if you would like a IR cameras, vari-focal lens and a long distance you cant install POE. If you use existing wiring you need to add a switch. This adds also to the cost. If there is wiring there it normally is at ground level. Meaning you need to run it up the wall to where the camera is going anyway. More Labor. So the myth of IP cameras using existing wiring is not accurate. Adding one or two cameras at a remote site can be easier. Yes if you want to monitor only. If you just want to view 2 cameras at a remote location this would be easier but not better. You cant record at the location unless you use an existing PC. This means you are using your hard drive for storage. Another choice would be to record off site by IP but what if the DSL goes down? No recorded video. No incident. Also the average cost of IP cameras is $300 -$400. You could basically install 2 cameras and a 4ch dvr for the same price and get better speed remotely and record at the location.
Continued….. IP Cons: High bandwidth use: It varies by camera but 500kbps to 1.5 Mbps is a common range. All vendors will basically tell you to lower the resolution to lower the bandwidth. This is defeats the purpose of the IP camera. They also suggest you drop the frame rate to 1 to 5 frames per second to also lower the bandwidth. WOW. So lets get this straight. We install IP cameras because they are easier and less expensive because of existing wiring and then I have to drop the frame rate and resolution to make the network not bog down. OK. This makes sense. So what is the advantage? There is none. If you use a DVR you are transmitting all 16ch cameras under 500kps or 1.5mps at a faster frame rate and higher resolution. ALL OF THEM. Not just one camera. Because the DVR compresses all the cameras at the same time unlike IP cameras that compress one camera at a time. Cost: Because of the cost of the hardware that is moved onto the camera, IP cameras cost more then comparable analog cameras. This is very true. If you consider that most IP cameras cost an average of $300 to $ for a basic model you already spending more money. Consider that all IP vendors suggest to use an independent network for your IP cameras. You will really spend a lot more. Lets pretend we are installing a 16ch IP camera system. You will need a separate network and most suggest a gigabit lan for increased speed. So just for the sake of it lets say there is EXSISTING wiring as they say. So we add the cost of a new DSL line and lets get the cheap DSL which really would not work because of all the camera bandwidth but for this example we want to be nice. Lets say DSL is $45.00 a month. It comes with a modem. We now need a router. Lets say $50.00 for a Linksys router with Gigabit Lan which does not exist at the price but lets again be nice. A router only has 4 ports so we need 3 more switches for all 16 cameras at $30.00 a piece. So that’s $90.00 more. OK now we install 16 IP cameras at lets say to be nice a bargain at $ a piece. Lets say the mounts arte free. Lets say the use magic power over internet so there is no cost to wire the cameras for power ( which there is but… ) for the example there is not. Now lets see. That’s $ $ $ $ = $ Wow. Not bad right just $ for an IP system of 16 cameras. Cool. But………………………… I forgot we need to record these cameras right? Two options here. Record at the site or record at a remote location. Lets be nice for a minute and record at the local site where the cameras are being recorded.
Continued….. So we need a computer with a Windows Operating System dedicated for recording the cameras. After all this is 16 cameras we need all the space we can to record. So lets say we get a cheap PC for $ with some hard drive. We then install the free software and our COMPUTER BECOMES a DVR its not a DVR it BECOMES a DVR. Now lets say you are going to get real time recording and the highest resolution. ( which you wont but lets say you will ) you are done. Ok that’s $ total. Remember this is me being as nice as I can be. You couldn’t even use a Gigabit LAN unless the IP cameras where Gigabit also and those are even more expensive. Now lets take a basic 16ch System. 16 Cameras – Full size cameras with bracket just like most IP Cameras. $ ( this is High ) = $ CH Power Supply $ Cable, wire and peripherals$ ( high also ) 16ch DVR $ ( high ) Monitor $ ( didn’t even include monitor with IP system ) We have a total of $ That includes the more expensive wiring as they say and by the way we could also use the existing wiring like they do using UTP and still be thousands cheaper. Oh lets just add $ for labor. Its still almost $ less to install the analog system. But wait
Continued….. Lets be even clearer. Lets say the IP cameras system was going to be recorded off site like most IP cameras system are. After all that’s why they sell IP cameras right? So you can install them and record and view them remotely from another location. Well imagine trying to send 16 cameras over the internet at the 30fps and 720 x 480 res. You wont. The will HAVE TO lower the resolution and the frame rate to view all these cameras. This means your $7000 IP system of the future will be recording at half of what it should and at half the quality it should. I think this is a deal. Don’t you? Now IP manufactures always say that there IP cameras are digital. Other cameras are analog. Not true. There IP cameras are the same as anyone else's. The difference is they convert the analog to digital at the cameras. We do it at the DVR. Why might you ask? Well, what good is it to convert the camera to digital and then require the cameras to transmit the signal over the internet or intranet. This causes the bottleneck on the network and make viewing the cameras in there fastest and best quality image. What we do makes more sense. We take the analog signal and convert all the cameras to digital at the dvr and then transmit all the cameras after they are converted to digital over the internet. This makes for smaller bandwidth and faster network speeds. You can change and view all 16 cameras with one button and control all the bandwidth for all cameras at one location. You would have to go into every IP cameras to change there Res. and frame rate. Can you imagine. 16 different IP address for each cameras and having to program each of them independently. WHY? I hope this clears things up for you all.
Comet 4C The Comet 4C is a great solution for video camera security/surveillance systems numbering 1- 4 cameras. It uses MJPEG compression to display video at 120 images per second frame rate and record at up to 30 images per second. Search recorded video using date/time or event data. Record modes include continuous, programmed, and motion detection. External USB port is provided for making backups to a PC. Connects easily to our cameras and speed domes. Compression: MJPEGcamerasspeed domes Display speed: 120 IPS Recording speed: up to 30 IPS Resolution: 720x480 (D1) Video inputs: 4 Video Output: 1 BNC composite output Recording mode: continuous, motion triggered, programmed Search mode: time, date, event Auto-record upon power loss.
New ACC-995 The new ACC-995 is on its way. This new reader will offer a huge increase in finger print and card memory. The new design offers easier finger placement and the recognition rate has improved even more. Customers have been asking for larger memory of fingerprints and we have delivered. Keep your eyes peeled and fingers ready it will be here soon Fingerprint capacity up to 4,500, User card capacity up to 10,000. High fingerprint recognition rate, FER<0.1%. LCD panel with user friendly editing function. F1 to F4 Duty changeable button. 6 LED indicators for identification. Built-in anti-tamper function.. Built-in watchdog to prevent the halting. TTL serial output for various applications. WG port support for anti-pass-back. 2 sets of auto-open zone editing in stand-alone. 63 sets of time zone for various accessing. Eclipse software support for networking. Easily integrated with Eclipse or other access control systems.
Savix Savix digital video recorders provide a feature rich environment for any professional security & surveillance system. Its multi-lingual Linux-based OS provides an easy to use interface for full recording control from up to 16 surveillance cameras. Cascade the system for larger security installations and use the internet to monitor multiple locations. These DVRs make a perfect match when coupled with our speed dome PTZ cameras. Compression: MPEG4 (hardware or software compression, depending on model)surveillance camerasspeed dome 2 built-in fans provide enhanced cooling Display speed: 240 IPS real-time Recording speed: 240 IPS real-time Display resolution: 720x480 (D1) Recording resolution: 720x480 (D1), 720x240, 320x240 Massive Storage: Up to 6 IDE HDD's (internal) Video inputs: 4-, 8-, or 16-channel (depending on model) Video Output: VGA, Composite Call Monitor Output Audio: 4-, 8-, or 16-channel audio included (depending on model) Recording Mode: Time-lapse, Pre-event, Alarm, Motion Alarm input: Pre alarm and post alarm available Alarm notice: By PTZ controls: Preset points and Auto-Pan functions Adjustable Video: Brightness, contrast, color, hue, sharpen Search Mode: Calendar, time bar (minute/hour) Motion detection: user defined areas Multiplex Operation: Remote monitor, playback, set-up, back-up Web server: Built-in allows remote viewing without software Power down management: Auto recovery when power back Back-up Options: Windows network neighborhood, USB HDD, USB memory stick, DVD-R (optional), CD-RW (included) Network: LAN/WAN, 10/100/1000 Ethernet, modem, DHCP/DDNS
SP300 ECL-SP300 mini dome security/surveillance cameras have a small form factor that fits well in places where you'd like a pan/tilt/zoom camera but don't have a lot of room. Control is easy using a CN430, CN530, or similar controller. Hitachi video imaging sensorCN430, CN530, or similar controller 10x optical zoom Variable speed control 360° continuous rotation 32 programmable presets Connects to RS-485 (standard connector on most of our security DVRs)security DVRs PELCO D protocol 420 line resolution Wall mount design.
5 Series with new blinking LED This indoor dome surveillance camera has a 1/3" color Sony HQ1 CCD infrared sensitive sensor with 30 IR LEDs that give you a viewing range of up to 20 meters (65.6 feet) in total darkness. It has a 3.6mm wide angle lens for effective surveillance. 1/3" color Sony HQ1 high resolution infrared sensitive CCD video sensor Effective pixels: 768(H) x 494(V) 540 horizontal lines Minimum illumination.5 Lux / F1.2 (0 Lux with IR on up to 20 meters) 30 IR LEDs NTSC Internal sync. Scanning system 2:1 interlace Auto tracking white balance Back light compensation supported Auto gain control Auto electronic shutter 1/60-1/100,000 sec. Built in anti color rolling. 3.6mm aspherical lens Signal-to-noise ratio: >48dB or more (AGC off) Gamma correction 0.45 typical Power: 12VDC (3.5W, 7.5W w/IR on) Power: 12VDC Power: 24VAC (3.2W, 7.8W w/IR on) Operating temperature: -10° - 50° C (14° - 122° F) Attached video/power cord combination. Available in BEIGE.
ECL-599HT This color bullet camera has a 1/3-inch high resolution Sony CCD sensor built into a water proof case. Features include auto exposure, aperture correction, anti-color rolling and a vandal-resistant housing made of zinc alloy built to withstand attacks. 1/3" Color Sony high resolution CCD sensor NTSC: 510(H) x 492(V) 480 horizontal lines Minimum illumination: .5 Lux/F2.0 0 Lux with IR on 18 IR LEDs Internal synchronization S/N ratio: >48db (AGC off) Gamma correction.45 Auto electronic shutter: Auto up to 1/100,000 sec. Aperture correction 2H mode of H. V aperture correction 4.3mm aspherical wide angle lens Full auto gain control Full auto back light compensation Multi-color temperature auto white balance Water proof (IP66), vandal-resistant zinc alloy enclosure (tested to 500lbs). Video output: 1 Vp-p / 75 ohms 3-axis adjustable bracket mount with built-in keys mechanism for secure and firm lock. Power: 12VDC (120mA, 290mA w/IR on) Power: 12VDC (120mA, 290mA w/IR on) Bracket, mounting kit, and attached video/power cable included.
ECL-599 This color bullet camera has a 1/4-inch CCD sensor built into a water resistant case. The array of 12 IR LEDs gives this camera the ability to capture images up to 10 meters (32.8 feet) in total darkness. Features include low lag and high burn resistance, and immunity to distortion from magnetic fields. 1/4" Color CCD sensor NTSC: 512(H) x 492(V) 420 horizontal lines Minimum illumination: 1 Lux/F2.0 0 Lux with IR on 15 IR LEDs (auto-on, auto-off depending on lighting conditions) Range 10m (32.8 feet) S/N ratio: >48db (AGC off) Auto electronic shutter: 1/60-1/100,000 sec. Gamma correction 0.45 3.6mm board lens (61° angle) / F2.0 Auto gain control Auto white balance Water resistant (IP66) enclosure Video output: 1 Vp-p / 75 ohms Power: 12VDC (200mA) Power: 12VDC (200mA) Operating temperature: -10°C - 50°C (14°F - 122°F)