– Advanced H.264 video compression – Embedded Linux Operating System – CIF resolution recording format – 1 Channel audio input – Multi-range voltage design for camera operation – Anti shock & anti vibration as complying US military standard – Quick search events on log – Date & time stamp on recorded video – Alerts for HDD full, Temperature – Removable HDD rack compatible with 2.5″ HDD & SSD – Video stabilising firmware for smooth video quality – Playback mode in main frame for video output – User friendly player software utility – Firmware upgradation using USB port – Unanimous recording of Audio, Video, G-sensor, GPS data – 3G Module (Optional) for real time monitoring and communication with the driver – 4 Alarm inputs Built-in Buzzer – Motion Recording up to 30min after motion stops (post alarm) – 30 or more days Recording – Easy USB Backup – Plug & Play monitor – Anti-tamper mounting case
Epitome With the increasing number of accidents everyday, Mobile Digital Video Recorders (DVRs) are now extensively used in order to find out accident causes throughout the world. When a car is running on the road, Mobile DVR records the video of its surroundings. If an accident happens then the video footage can be taken as an evidence. This kind of video footage from vehicle DVR strengthens your case for any payments from your insurance company. Or the other way round, it will help the insurance company to assess whether you are eligible for any reimbursements. This footage also helps in police investigations in hit and run cases. Richter™ RS 3908 HGW can be your ideal companion in such situations. The Mobile DVRs are designed using embedded Linux Kernel operating system for better performance and reliable operations followed by H.264 compression technology. Widely adopted industrial specifications are utilized for better results and to enhance the security features. The Digital Video Recorder System casing and cabinet are engineered to withstand harsh and undesired environmental variations like temperature changes, vibrations & eventual shocks.