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|9.4 gigabyte DVD-RAM Archive Drive.|
The DVD-RAM represents the state-of-the art for archive storage and retrieval. The 1400+ channel-hour capacity makes this medium perfect for storing multiple channels of high volume of traffic on a compact and nearly indestructible fast-access disk.
|DDS Cassette Archive Drive|
Store up to 1600 hours per DDS-3. To ensure that the tape drive mechanism remains dependable, Eventide developed the exclusive SafeDrive™ buffering system. It's designed to minimize the wear and tear of hundreds of starts and stops that typical tape drives undergo.
Choose On-line Storage CapacitiesOn-line, hard disk storage is an important feature for anyone who needs immediate access to a database of previously recorded voice recordings. Every VR320 comes standard with an 18GB internal hard disk that provides 2500 channel hours of on-line storage capacity. Optional hard disks can be ordered that provide 4900 (36GB) or 10,000 (72GB) hours of on-line storage. Greater capacities (up to 1TB) can be obtained with an optional series MS320 Mass Storage Unit.
Choose Channel CapacityThe model VR320 logging recorders can be configured in 8-channel steps with a 48- channel maximum capacity in a single unit. All models can be easily upgraded in the field making the addition of channels painless and inexpensive. Of course, multiple logging recorders can be "stacked" to provide a virtually unlimited channel configuration that is accessed seamlessly over an existing or dedicated LAN.
Choose Convenient Remote AccessEventide gives you three different ways to access the VR320 remotely:
|Network Access Software|
A versatile method of operating and monitoring the VR320 over an existing or dedicated Ethernet LAN. Full access to multiple units by multiple users is available with an array of features that include the ability to grant or deny access (on a channel-by-channel basis) to the internal hard disk, archive drives, or live audio. Various ".wav" file recording options are available that allow the customer to recreate events, edit existing files to remove unwanted audio or noise, and create a comprehensive local library of communications stored in standard PC format. Available alone or as a complete, integrated package.
|PC Remote Software|
Eventide's remote access software controls the logger using an RS232/RS485 interface. The software may be used to recreate events by compiling .wav files, monitor live or archived communications through the computer sound card, and optionally call the logging recorder from any touch-tone telephone. Available alone or as a complete, integrated PC package.
Call Records DatabaseStandard in all VR320 units, the Call Records Database can be accessed from the front panel of the logging recorder, from a PC over a network connection, or from a stand- alone PC equipped with ArchiveReview™ software. A call list is automatically compiled with the voice recording. Call data includes time, date, duration, DTMF or CLID data, channel descriptor, and channel number. Custom applications can be accommodated if additional data is needed (such as PIN numbers or other user-identification). To make searching and sorting through communications fast and easy, Eventide stores each record on the hard disk and medium in the order it was received. A few quick clicks and the operator can recreate events, compile comprehensive call records, find specific users, create usage reports, sort, search, play, and edit.
ArchiveReviewTM Software - a new way to play archivesWith ArchiveReview, the original archive medium recorded on an Eventide VR320 can be played on a standalone PC that has a SCSI DVD-RAM or DAT drive. Neither a physical connection to the logger nor converting the data to a .wav file is necessary.
Complete access to all archived communications, including the Call Records Database, is available. A simple, intuitive user interface makes ArchiveReview easy-to-use by incorporating familiar controls for play back of up to 24 channels simultaneously and providing multiple rewind and fast-forward speeds. Back and Next buttons also help to sort through the data with ease. The interface windows can be expanded to fill an entire computer screen—ideal for viewing in a public setting such as a courtroom —or minimized to allow simultaneous operation of the computer for other tasks. An optional foot control is available for users who wish to transcribe communications into a word processor while listening to the original archive.
Over 30 Years of Technological InnovationFor over 30 years, Eventide has been committed to research and technological innovation. Thousands of customers around the world in such mission-critical operations as emergency call centers, air traffic control, and financial systems rely on Eventide. For more information on the Eventide VR320 Digital Logging recorder, please call Gordon Moore at 201-641-1200, extension 264 or send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Virtually every Eventide VR320 logger can be upgraded to the latest specifications, features, and software version. If you are interested in this service, please contact us with details of your Eventide recorder.
SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONArchive drive (1 or 2)
Rewriteable DVD-RAM Disk (double-sided)
|9.4GB, 1260 channel hour capacity|
Data Grade DAT Cassette
|DDS-3, 1660+ channel hour capacity|
Number of channels
8, 16, 24, 32, 40, or 48
Maximum on-line storage
15,300 channel hours internal
133,000 channel hours with external hard disk array
19” rack mount or desktop
Back up record buffering
Up to full capacity of disk
Normal record buffering
For DVD-RAM drive: 1.2 channel hours
For tape drive: 3 channel hours (exclusive SafeDrive™ buffering employed to extend life of tape drives)
Remotely: Search call records by time/date, channel number, duration, telephone number (DTMF or CLID), optional code, between two points in time, between specified dates.
Front panel: Commands to view, tag, sort and play the internal call-list; alternatively, search by time/date, next message, channel number, or saved message.
|9.4 DVD-RAM - milliseconds||DDS-3 - average 35 seconds||Internal hard disk - milliseconds|
Playback or live monitor
Simultaneous record and play
FRONT PANEL INTERFACEDisplay
4 line x 40 character backlit LCD
Transport control keys**
*Backlit when available
Individual Drive Status LEDs
Audio and Relay
|3.5mm jack for alarm/rerecord relay||3.5mm jack for audio line out||¼” jack for headphones|
REAR PANEL CONNECTIONSNetwork
10BASE-T (10 Mbps) twisted Pair
10BASE-2 (10 Mbps) coax
|Over an existing or dedicated TCP/IP Ethernet using Eventide Network Access Software.||PC via RS485 link using Eventide PC Remote Software||PC via web browser software and TCP/IP connection |
AUDIO AND VISUAL ALERTSSystem or Drive Fault, Tape Almost Full, Tape Full (configurable relays available for remote alarm)
INPUT CHARACTERISTICSFrequency response
300 to 3400 Hz
Signal to noise ratio
Wow and flutter
Automatic gain control (AGC)
DATA COMPRESSIONSelectable: 16, 32, or 64 Kb/sec
SERIAL DATA RECORD2 channels 1200 to 19,200 baud
TELEPHONE INTERFACEFCC-approved, internal, selectable beep by channel
T1 and ISDN direct interface option
SYSTEM DIAGNOSTICSSelf Test, Error Log, History Log, System Monitor
INTERNAL TIME CODEResolution
External time sync
POWER90V to 130V or 180V to 250V, 47Hz to 63Hz, 260W, optional 48V DC
ACCESSORIESPC workstation equipped with Eventide remote access software, ArchiveReview software package with or without SCSI drive, label printer, play-only unit, label printer, desktop enclosure, quick-install kit, media, and cleaning tapes.
OPTIONSLarger capacity hard disks, 8-channel hi-fi input board, IRIG-B time code reader input board, T1 input board.
MEDIA9.4GB Rewriteable DVD-RAM, DDS-3 tape
This page updated March 2004
Specifications subject to change without notice.
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