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REI debuts 2 new mobile surveillance DVRs

Posted on July 18, 2013

REI's HD420 DVR records up to four channels of audio and video at 120 frames per second and is coupled with the company's A.R.M.O.R. viewing software. 
REI's HD420 DVR records up to four channels of audio and video at 120 frames per second and is coupled with the company's A.R.M.O.R. viewing software. 

Radio Engineering Industries Inc. (REI) introduces two new DVRs — HD420 and DR40. The new DVRs provide even more flexibility to meet the ever-changing safety needs of passengers, drivers, vehicles and fleets, company officials said.

Each DVR includes an extruded aluminum chassis, fanless design and wireless capability.

The HD420 DVR records up to four channels of audio and video at 120 frames per second at D1 resolution, while the DR40 DVR records up to four channels of audio and video at 60 frames per second at D1 resolution. Each DVR is coupled with REI’s A.R.M.O.R. viewing software for a comprehensive mobile video solution.

Each DVR is tested and retested to ensure it meets the harshest of environmental and performance conditions, according to company officials.

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