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11 May 2017

What is a Pentabrid DVR and how does it benefit Installers?

Pentabrid DVRs are emerging on the marketplace you may have noticed that some of your favorite eLine Technology HD Over Coaxial Cable security recorders have evolved to into Pentabrid DVRs, but what is a Pentabrid? Pentabrid DVRs house 5 different technology solutions, HDTVI, HDCVI, AHD, Analog and IP Network Technology. Pentabrids offer flexibility to integrators and installers, with a Pentabrid DVR security professionals, are able to have a product that capable of solving multiple problems that they may be faced with. Pentabrid DVRs are a great solution generator that would be great for any security professional to add to their product catalog.

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31 May 2016
27 May 2016

How to configure Motion Detection and recording for eLine Tribrid Recorders

Technical Support Knowledge Base: How to configure Motion Detection and recording for eLine Tribrid Recorders

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From Live screen:

  • Right click and choose Main Menu
  • Login
  • Click on the CAMERA icon [bottom row]
  • Click on ENCODE [Left column]
  • Select the recording resolution and frame rates desired for each camera
  • Click APPLY and SAVE when all cameras have been adjusted
  • Click on EVENT icon [bottom row] **IMPORTANT** DO NOT “COPY TO ALL” WITHIN THIS MENU. DOING SO WILL SET ALL CHANNELS TO RECORD ON CH 1
  • Click on DETECT/VIDEO DETECT
  • ENABLE motion for each channel
  • Click region SETUP (do this for all channels) To select a region – left click and drag across screen to turn blocks red RED = Motion CLEAR = NO motion

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  •  Right click to exit region settings
  • Click APPLY and SAVE
  • Click on the STORAGE icon [bottom row]
  • Click SCHEDULE
  • Click on the COG WHEEL icon  [right side]
  • Deselect REGULAR and SELECT MD for Period 1

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  •  Select ALL for all days, click SAVE
  • Click COPY and select ALL for all cameras
  • Click APPLY
  • Click RECORD [Left column]
  • Select ALL button listed under MAIN STREAM  SCHEDULE (or it also may say AUTO)
  • Click APPLY/OK
  • Right-Click to exit the Menu A green camera / red running men icons appear at the top right corner of each camera if motion is detecting. THERE ARE NO ICONS visible if motion is not being detected.

 

  •  Green camera = Recording to the HDD
  • Red running men = Motion is enabled and working
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27 May 2016

eLine Tribrid DVR How to guide Startup Wizard and Configure Motion Detection

eLine Tribrid DVR How to guide Startup Wizard and Configure Motion Detection

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  • When the system has started, and the wizard is still enabled:Deselect ‘startup’ Click NEXT STEP  [FIG. 1]

Figure 1: Startup Wizard Screen
Figure 1: Startup Wizard Screen

  • Verify HDD is set to overwrite
  • Click DATE&TIME  Tab
  • Configure your system date and time settings *Suggestion* Do not enable NTP unless required
  • Click NEXT STEP
  • Plug in a network cable, and select DHCP (to obtain an IP and verify the connection)  [FIG. 2]
Figure 2: Select the circle dot to high-lite yellow next to DHCP

Figure 2: Select the circle dot to high-lite yellow next to DHCP

  • Click NEXT STEP
  • Click on the ‘cog wheel’ button on the right side of the screen [FIG.3]

Figure 3: On this screen click the "cog-wheel or gear" button
Figure 3: On this screen click the “cog-wheel or gear” button

  • Deselect REGULAR and SELECT MD for Period 1 [FIG.4]

Figure 4: make sure MD is highlighted and check yellow and Regular is not
Figure 4: make sure MD is highlighted and check yellow and Regular is not

  •  Select ALL for all days, click SAVE
  • Click COPY and apply to all channels
  • Click FINISH
  • Right-Click main screen choose MAIN MENU
  • Login
  • Click STORAGE icon > SETTINGS row
  • Click RECORD in the left column [FIG.5]

Figure 5: On this screen click record highlighted in black

Figure 5: On this screen click record highlighted in black

  • Select ALL button listed under MAIN STREAM – SCHEDULE (or may say AUTO)

  • SAVE
  • Right-Click to exit the Menu System is now configured for motion recording

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17 Sep 2015

Video Surveillance for Correctional Facilities

Video Surveillance for Correctional Facilities

Prisons, Jails and Administrative Building Security Systems for Security Professionals

When Prison and security professionals cannot be everywhere at once, HD surveillance systems (CCTV) can play an important role to help maintain order and ensure safer work environments.  With eLine Technology it has never been a better time to bring you high definition surveillance. From IP network surveillance to HD over coaxial cable with HDCVI. eLine Technology’s surveillance consultants can help craft the security system that will optimize your facility’s security. Our Consultants at eLine are experienced in the latest technologies and have the knowledge to customize a professional surveillance system to meet your facility’s needs, weather that be a Prison, Jail or Administrative building.  Schedule a Consultation  With eLine Technology Today!

Benefits of Surveillance cameras to prisons:

monitor public-areas evidence prevent

 

  • Monitor inmate and officer activity: prevent or stop violent situations before situations escalate, maintain officer and inmate safety. Be able detect contraband efficiently.
  • Improve visual coverage: HD video surveillance allows for clear crisp imagery when monitoring public areas, IR (night vision) Security Cameras also allow for improved visuals in low light or dark areas.
  • Provide Visual evidence: Archived surveillance footage is valuable resource when investigating prison incidents.
  • Safer transport: Security cameras installed in hallways and throughout cell blocks provide an enhanced level of safety when inmates and others are escorted through the facility.

Recommended Technologies:

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High Definition Composite Video Interface (HDCVI) Technology

  • Cost Effective Upgrade: Use existing Cat5 or RG59 cable installations. No need to run new cabling when upgrading from traditional analog.
  • 1080p HD video Clear Crips Imagery in 1080p for monitoring inmate and officer activity.
  • Night Vision: IR LED cameras up to 35meters for improved visibility in low light and dark areas
  • Get a Closer look: Cameras with 2.8mm-12mm motorized zoom lens allows you to remotely zoom for a closer view.

Click Here to View our Line of HDCVI Products or Click Here to Learn more about the HDCVI Technology

IP Network Surveillance

  • HD network cameras and Megapixel cameras provide superior image quality 1080p and Beyond
  • Censored alarm security for off limited areas or doors. When a sensor area is entered an alarm is triggered that prompts action for security professionals.
  • wo way audio communication where security professionals can alert guards to a situation thru the surveillance camera
  • Video Analytics VMS eyStream is available for network cameras: Situation analysis includes line crossing, zone entry, loitering, stopping in the zone, motion in the zone, zone exit.

Click Here to View our Line of IP Network Cameras and NVRS or Click Here to Learn more about the IP Network Technology

eLine Technology’s Security Professionals are Standing by:

eLine Technoloy’s Surveillance and security professionals are experienced in creating and recommending the best technologies and equipment to fit your needs. Call 800.683.6835 or Click here to Contact an eLine Representative today.

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20 Apr 2015
04 Nov 2014

Bypass port forwarding with HDCVI and P2P

HD-CVI not only provides an affordable 1080p transmission over coaxial cable but, it is also easy to install and one of the reasons why is because HDCVI DVRs from eLine Technology utilize peer-to-peer (p2p) networking that allows the user to bypass port forwarding.
How does this feature work? If you own an HDCVI DVR from eLine Technology and have your DVR connected to the cameras and to the network all you have to do is enable P2P and then your DVR is ready to be accessed remotely.
This information is provided to help users connect their HDCVI DVR to a network, enable P2P, and setup remote monitoring from Mobile devices and from a browser.
Click Here to Download step-by-step Instructions or please utilize our video tutorials to help guide you through setting up your HDCVI DVR.

 How to setup an HDCVI DVR, Connect to the network and Enable P2P

How to Setup HDCVI on your Mobile Device

Download the mobile applications:

Questek MMS

iMMS Lite

Set up HDCVI on your Browser

HDCVI P2P Webiste: http://www.hdcvip2p.com/

If you are interested in learning more about HDCVI Technology, HDCVI Cameras and HDCVI DVRs contact us or call 800.683.6835.

 

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09 Jul 2014
26 Jun 2014

Traditional Analog v.s. IP Network Cameras

 IP network cameras contain some advantages over traditional analog cameras. IP network camera installation allows for flexible system integration, provides an expanded surveillance environment with high definition video. Optimize your business efficiency, reduce costs and reduce the number of false claims. With IP network surveillance technology you prepare your business for future technological advancements. So, what makes IP cameras so different from traditional analog?

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