HDi Features

  •  Automatic Video Format Detect
  • 35 formats from 720x480i to 1920x1080i/p
    PAL & NTSC
  • Automatic Format Select
    It chooses the highest resolution available.
  • Video Streaming
    During Record or Play
  • Easy to change video inputs:
    HDMI/Component/Composite
  • Auto-Update from our network
  • Record files to HDD (Hard Disk Drive)
    or Direct To USB or to Optical Disc
  • Copy files to/from USB
  • Automatic Update Download in the background.
    You install at leisure.
  • OR just call us for a free update disc
HDi: Connected / Secure

HDi-250 (Commercial)
Fully Connected

  • Gigabit Ethernet
  • USB 3
  • Serial to 115Kps
  • Web Interface
  • Records to HDD, USB, RAM
  • DVDRW Disc

 

HDi-Mil (Military)
Completely Secur
e

  • No Network
  • No Hard Drive
  • No USB
  • Records to RAM/Disc
  • Delete video w/power-off
  • DVDRW Disc
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HDi Models

HDi-250 recorders: two Standard Commercial, two "-Mil" (Military)

Standard HDi-250
HDi-250 :
Standard 5.25" DVDRW Drive, 500GB HDD, USB, Networking

(Click for single-unit pricing. Add @20.00 for US Ground Shipping.)

 

Special Order Models
HDi-250-RHD-DVD :
Removable Hard Drive, Slim DVDRW Drive*, 500GB HDD, USB, Networking.
(*Slot-load on request at extra charge)

HDi-250-Mil-Std  :
Standard 5.25" DVDRW Drive, No HDD, No Network.  Files record to RAM or to Removable Optical

(Click for single-unit pricing. Add @20.00 for US Ground Shipping.)


HDi-250-Mil-Slot :
Slim-Slot-Load DVD Drive, No HDD, No Network   Files record to RAM or to Optical

 

* Available: Any combination of drives/connectors.  Inquire for pricing.


Some military customers prefer Slot-Load drives because the users cannot break the DVD tray.
(We prefer the Standard drives because we think they last longer.)
For security on "-Mil" units, files in RAM disappear when the unit is turned off.
Files with "-Mil" are recorded to RAM and then can be copied to Optical Disc as files, or converted to DVD-Video.
Files recorded directly to +RW Optical are as MPEG-2 or MPEG-4 only, not as DVD-Video files

Please call with any questions.

 

 

 

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