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PDRS-201 Portable Digital Interview Recording System

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  • Uncomplicated Operation Control of the PDRS-201 is via the front panel or a simple remote control. The green button starts an interview recording session. The red button terminates the session and the blue button pauses the session. The yellow button turns the live video display on and off.
  • Easy setup to view the camera position before the interview.
  • Reliability PDRS-201 is designed to automatically restart on loss of power. If an interview was in progress when it lost power it will recover as much of the interview as possible and give the option of archiving it to disc, or discarding for a new session.
  • All media is checked before the interview begins, and in the unlikely event of finding a disk faulty during recording, the PDRS-201 will inform the interviewer of the faulty disk after the interview is over and then request a replacement disc. None of the recording will have been lost.
  • Proven track record Used by law enforcement agencies throughout Australia.
  • Verifiable Recording With PDRS-201, your recordings are digitally signed as they are recorded. This means that at any time in the future it is possible to prove absolutely that a particular recording is complete and unchanged.
  • Built-in Monitor The PDRS-201 boasts a TFT LCD screen on the front panel showing graphical instructions and live video for camera setup, confidence in operation and playback.
  • Remote Monitoring The PDRS-201 has analogue out connections and can share both the audio and video from an interview with a remote location.
  • Multiple Recordings The PDRS-201 records each interview permanently to four optical discs simultaneously. There are two audio-only CDs, one for transcription, the other for the interviewee. One of the two audio-video DVDs is for use as a working copy, the other for sealing and storing as a Master Copy in case of a future dispute.
  • Choice of Recordable Media Should your application require a non-standard combination of audio-only and audio-video recordings, or more or fewer recordings than standard, the PDRS-201 can be changed to suit your application.
  • Reduced Media Cost Compact Discs and DVDs are less expensive than audio cassettes and VHS tapes, thus reducing the running costs.
  • Video The PDRS-201 records video as 25 fps PAL. An NTSC version is also available with 30 fps rate.
  • Date and time are visible throughout the interview including a countdown of the available recording time left.
  • Audio Two microphones are used to give CD-quality stereo audio. Optional external microphones are available.
  • Playback The interview is recorded on the CD’s and can be replayed on a computer, home CD player or walkman.
  • Playback of the audio-video DVDs can be either via Microsoft Windows or a standard DVD player.
  • Setting up for an Interview It’s as easy as inserting a CD or DVD disk into each drive and pressing the check-media button to make the PDRS-201 ready for an interview.
  • Recording an Interview Very simply, push the Green Record button. The display will tell you how long PDRS-201 will record for and unless you wish, will not show the picture being recorded to avoid distraction.
  • Easy transportation The PDRS-201 is lightweight at 6.8Kg and comes packed in a waterproof Pelican Protective case that features a fold down carry handle, retractable extension handle, built-in wheels, automatic purge valve, double action latches and reinforced padlock protectors. Total weight approx 10Kg


ADRS-001 Portable Digital Audio Interview Recording System

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  • Uncomplicated Operation Control of the ADRS-001 is via a touch screen with easy to use on screen controls.
  • Reliability The ADRS-001 constantly monitors the microphones to ensure trouble free recordings.
  • All media is checked before the interview begins, and in the unlikely event of finding a disk faulty during recording, the ADRS-001 will inform the interviewer of the faulty disk after the interview is over and then request a replacement disc. None of the recording will have been lost.
  • Proven track record Used by law enforcement agencies throughout Australia.
  • Verifiable Recording With ADRS-001, your recordings are digitally signed as they are recorded. This means that at any time in the future it is possible to prove absolutely that a particular recording is complete and unchanged.
  • Remote Monitoring The ADRS-001 has analogue audio out connections so that it can share the audio from an interview with a remote location.
  • Multiple Recordings The ADRS-001 records each interview permanently to three optical discs simultaneously. One of the Audio CD’s is used for transcription, one for the interviewee and one for sealing and storing as a Master Copy in case of a future dispute.
  • Choice of Recordable Media Format The ADRS-001 is configured as standard for three 12 hour Audio CD’s in MP3 format.
  • Reduced Media Cost Compact Discs are less expensive than audio cassettes thus reducing the running costs.
  • Audio Two microphones are used to give CD-quality stereo audio. Optional external microphones are available.
  • Recording an Interview Very simply, push the Red onscreen Record button. The display will indicate the elapsed and remaining recording time for the interview.
  • Easy transportation The ADRS-001 is lightweight at 4Kg and comes packed in a waterproof Pelican Protective case that features a fold down carry handle, retractable extension handle, built-in wheels, automatic purge valve, double action latches and reinforced padlock protectors. Total weight approx 10Kg


DRS-001 Digital Interview Recording System

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  • Uncomplicated Operation Control of the DRS-001 is via the front panel or a simple remote control. The green button starts an interview recording session. The red button terminates the session and the blue button pauses the session. The yellow button turns the live video display on and off.
  • Testing From the operator control menu you can test the recordable media to make sure each disc is blank and ready to record and check the position of the cameras.
  • Reliability DRS-001 is designed to automatically restart on loss of power. If an interview was in progress when it lost power it will recover as much of the interview as possible and give the option of continuing, archiving it to disc, or discarding for a new session.
  • All media is checked before the interview begins, and in the unlikely event of finding a disk faulty during recording, the DRS-001 will inform the interviewer of the faulty disk after the interview is over and then request a replacement disc. None of the recording will have been lost.
  • Proven track record Used by law enforcement agencies throughout Australia.
  • Total Coverage The DRS-001 recordings leave nothing to ambiguity. A fully-configurable Picture-in-Picture generator gives a full screen view of the interviewee as well as up to two picture-in-picture shots to use as you wish, most often one will show the entire interview room through a wide-angle lens camera, and the other a close-up of the interviewer or interpreter.
  • Verifiable Recording With DRS-001, your recordings are digitally signed as they are recorded. This means that at any time in the future it is possible to prove absolutely that a particular recording is complete and unchanged.
  • Built-in Monitor The DRS-001 boasts a TFT LCD screen on the front panel showing graphical instructions and live video for camera setup, confidence in operation and playback.
  • Remote Monitoring Through its Network Port the DRS-001 can share both the audio and video from an interview with a remote location. This can then be viewed or stored on a network server. It also has analogue video out and audio out connections.
  • Multiple Recordings The DRS-001 records each interview permanently to five optical discs simultaneously. There are three audio-only CDs, one for transcription, the other for the interviewee. One of the two audio-video DVDs is for use as a working copy, the other for sealing and storing as a Master Copy in case of a future dispute.
  • Choice of Recordable Media Should your application require a non-standard combination of audio-only and audio-video recordings, or more or fewer recordings than standard, the DRS-001 can be changed to suit your application.
  • Reduced Media Cost Compact Discs and DVDs are less expensive than audio cassettes and VHS tapes, thus reducing the running costs.
  • Video The DRS-001 records video as 25 fps PAL. An NTSC version is also available with 30 fps rate.
  • Date and time are visible throughout the interview including a countdown of the available recording time left.
  • Audio Two microphones are used to give CD-quality stereo audio.
  • Playback The interview is recorded on the CD’s and can be replayed on a computer, home CD player or walkman.
  • Playback of the audio-video DVDs can be either via Microsoft Windows or a standard DVD player.
  • Installation of the DRS-001 For best quality, the Interview Recorder should be permanently fitted with up to three cameras and the remote control permanently positioned in an appropriate position in the interview room.
  • Setting up for an Interview It’s as easy as inserting a CD or DVD disk into each drive and pressing the check-media button to make the DRS-001 ready for an interview.
  • Recording an Interview Very simply, push the Green Record button. The display will tell you how long DRS-001 will record for and unless you wish, will not show the picture being recorded to avoid distraction.


TPR5056 Briefcase Interview Recorder

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The TPR Portable Briefcase Recorder provides all the facilities of a full size recorder and yet is easily carried in a standard computer bag. Designed to conform to the demanding requirements of the judicial system, law enforcement, government and private agencies where portability is essential.
Capable of high voice intelligibility under adverse background noise conditions this highly specialised portable recorder provides continuous, reliable, fail-safe results.

For added security the recorder contains a microprocessor-controlled module which samples the audio pattern and encodes information on a separate, independent digital track while the audio is recording. The encoder also records time, date and a unique recorder identification number providing easily traceable recorded tape cassette origin. The TPR Briefcase Recorder can produce three tapes simultaneously. The critical sealed master tape, a working copy used for transcription and a third copy for the interviewed person. TPR software controlled system can be readily upgraded to meet any special operational requirements, through software and hardware modifications.

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Features:

  • TPR encryption system
  • Standard mains operated with optional AA battery pack operation
  • Checks tapes for any previous recording and ejects tape if already recorded
  • Automatically checks that tape is fully rewound before recording
  • Software upgradeable to meet changing operational requirements
  • Full function remote control with built-in microphones
  • Replay one tape through built-in speaker while recording interview on the other two
  • Records 1, 2 or 3 tapes as selected. Sequential or parallel recordings of tapes
  • Can be used to make additional copies of previously recorded tape
  • Audible end of tape alarm gives 5 minutes warning of tape end
  • Elapsed recording time displayed on remote control
  • Power status displayed on remote control
  • Easy transportation. The TPR5056 comes with a padded case that features an adjustable padded shoulder strap, front pocket and a rear slip pocket for extra storage.


Accessories

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  • Part No: PR026

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