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Technical specifications

POS control module
Video cameras
  • Support for IP-cameras: more than 3000 devices are integrated.
  • More than 6900 ONVIF compliant devices.
  • Support for analog cameras: hardware/software compression video capture cards.
  • Support for analog and PTZ cameras.
  • Support for codecs: MJPEG, MPEG-4, H.264, H.265, Motion Wavelet.
  • Several types of cameras can be combined in one system and even on one server.
Video archive size Not limited
Recording rate: Analog cameras - up to 25 fps;
IP-cameras - 30 fps
Display rate: Analog cameras - up to 25 fps;
IP-cameras - 30 fps
Archiving (backup): to NAS, SAN, DAS to the local or netdrive, CD-RW, DVD-RW – manual and/or automatic
Data transfer protocol: TCP/IP, UDP, RS232
Types of remote access: LAN, Dialup, IDSN, Internet
Database support: MS SQL 2008R2, MS SQL 2012
Video recording modes:
  • Continuous recording.
  • Recording triggered by the beginning/end of a receipt.
  • Frame-by-frame recording.
  • Interval recording.
  • Recording triggered by the motion detection tool.
  • Pre- and post-recording (up to 10 sec).
Query editor:
  • Pre-determined set of standard actions
  • Select, ban, modify, or create customized SQL-queries
  • Programming components: Capability to program additional automated "event-response" actions
    Connecting to a POS terminal:
    • Connecting a POS terminal to the COM port of a POS-Intellect server.
    • Connecting a POS-Intellect server to a retail system’s local network or to the software of a cashier’s workstation over the network
    Queries:
    • Quick search by titles
    • Expanded, in-depth search (queries of any complexity)
    • Search by pre-defined events
    Additional functions:
    • Data printing.
    • Exporting video fragments to avi and frames to jpg.
    • Connecting microphones.
    • Monitoring of the sales floor, stockroom and parking area.
    • Fire/intrusion alarm.
    • WEB reports system: centralized getting statistics from all chain stores.
    • Time and attendance control.
    • Heatmaps, store traffic management.
    • Downtime, people counting.
    • Queue management.
    • V-dial – auto dialing various phone numbers and delivering ready messages when triggered by alarm events.
    • E-mail Sender – sending e-mails containing frames and video fragments of alarms events.