1 Standard Local Control EVENTIDE NEXLOG VR740 SPECIFICATIONS LCD Color Touch Screen (optional), or connect an SVGA display, keyboard, and mouse INFO mode shows the status of each channel, the status of each archive device, allows Live Monitoring of multiple channels, and allows viewing and clearing of Alarm notifications REPLAY mode permits quick call playback, advanced database query, call protection, adding of calls to incident, export, burn to CD, and more SET UP mode provides browser access to the NexLog Configuration Manager software (for system status checking, configuration settings, auditing, and reports) Integrated Audio controls (on Front Panel) Volume control, Headset jack, Line out (re record) jack, Built in amplified speaker, and USB Jack (for export of audio to external USB storage device) Remote Access Software NexLog Configuration Manager web based administrative software MediaWorks fully featured Windows desktop software MediaAgent Instant Recall Windows desktop software MediaWorksWeb web based replay software (NexLog v 2.1) NexLog Call Evaluation web based call assessment and reporting option (NexLog v 2.1) Channel Capacity Per Unit Analog passive tap (lines, phones, microphone, or radio audio) 8 to 96 channels Digital PBX Station passive tap (2 wire) 8 to 96 channels Digital PBX Station passive tap (4 wire) 4 to 48 channels Digital PBX Station passive tap (Mitel Superset/ROLMphone) 4 to 48 channels
2 ISDN BRI passive tap 4 to 48 ISDN BRI circuits T1 or ISDN PRI trunk passive tap 24 to 192 channels (1 to 8 T1 or ISDN PRI circuits) E1 or PCM30 trunk passive tap 30 to 240 channels (1 to 8 E1 or PCM30 circuits) VoIP telephones G.711 or G to 192 channels (recorded via port mirroring) SIP Trunk passive tap G to 96 channels (recorded via port mirroring) Unicast or Multicast G.711 from IP Console system 8 to 96 channels Next Generation SIP Invite G to 96 channels Cisco built in bridge SIP invite G to 96 channels On Line Recording Storage Standard set of two mirrored 1TB hard disk drives, RAID 1, yields 167,000 channel hours* Optional set of two mirrored Hot Swap 1TB hard disk drives, RAID1, yields 167,000 channel hours* Optional set of two mirrored 2TB hard disk drives, RAID 1 yields 333,000 channel hours* Optional set of two mirrored Hot Swap 2TB hard disk drives, RAID1 yields 333,000 channel hours* Optional set of four Hot Swap 1TB hard disk drives, RAID10, yields 333,000 channel hours* Optional set of four Hot Swap 2TB hard disk drives, RAID10, yields 666,000 channel hours* Optional set of four Hot Swap 1TB hard disk drives, RAID5, yields 500,000 channel hours* Optional set of four Hot Swap 2TB hard disk drives, RAID5, yields 1,000,000 channel hours* QLogic Fibre Channel Card for SAN connectivity (instead of an internal HDD storage array) Archive Recording Choices Standard single DVD RAM drive (9.4GB, 1,540 Hours* per cartridge) Standard network archiving to single customer provided NAS share Standard archiving to as many as six external USB drives (USB Flash Drive or external USB Hard Disk Drive) Optional set of two DVD RAM Drives for serial or parallel archiving (9.4GB, 1,540 Hours* per cartridge) Optional single 500GB Removable HDD (83,000 hours*) + One DVD RAM Drive (9.4GB, 1,540 Hours* per cartridge) Optional single 500GB Removable HDD (83,000 hours*) + Two DVD RAM Drives (9.4GB, 1,540 Hours* per cartridge) Optional single 500GB Removable HDD (83,000 hours*) + single DVD ROM drive (non archive) Optional configuration with no Archive Drive (Single DVD ROM drive provided for s/w updates) Optional central archive recording to another NexLog recorder Optional network archive to as many as 5 additional customer provided NAS shares for geodiverse archive storage redundancy
3 System Platform Digital non proprietary appliance with industrial grade motherboard and Intel quad core CPU 4 full length slots for PCI cards (for telephony cards) 1 short length PCI card slot (for IRIG B card, GPIO card, or add on Network Interface card) 1 PCIe card slot for hardware RAID controller (used on all hot swap HDD array configurations), or for optional QLogic Fibre Channel SAN interface card Standard Dual hot swap 120/240 VAC 50/60Hz power supplies Optional upgrade of one or both power supplies to 48VDC input Operating System Embedded Linux operating system, with Eventide logging recorder user interface Call Record Database Relational SQL database of all call records Up to 12 Million calls may be indexed in the call records database Programmable retention period ODBC (database access) driver available Playback Search Parameters Channel name, Time/date, Call duration, Call direction, Dialed number, Caller ID number, Channel number, more Playback and Monitoring Simultaneous record/play Live Monitoring of multiple channels Operate at the NexLog recorder or via Remote PC (with MediaWorks software)continuous replay Looped replaypitch corrected variable speed (with MediaWorks software) Fast forward / Rewind Next Call / Previous Call Security Multiple user profiles control access permissions down to the channel level and user role Password complexity enforcement (Minimum Length, Minimum Digits, Minimum Lowercase Characters, Minimum Uppercase Characters, Minimum Special Characters)
4 Programmable password aging and expiration, with option to force password change after user s first login Account lockout after n failed login attempts Rejection of attempt to re use last n previous passwords Option to permanently disable user s account x days after password expires Option to authenticate NexLog users via external SMB service Selectable security group per user (Admin, Archivers, Exporters, Monitors, Maintainers, Researchers) Selectable replay interval limit (hours, minutes) for Instant Recall Auditing of user access and actions (Time, User Action, Success, and Description) Auditing of Client activity (Workstation User, Client ID, Login Time, Logout Time, License In Use, Client Type, and Client Address) Option to select SSL (encryption) for database connectionsoption to select SSL (encryption) for web server connections Option to select SSL (encryption) for client service connections Option to select SSL (encryption) for centralized archive connectionsauditing of Recorder on and off events (viewable History) Secure lock protected on/off switch Analog Channel Inputs Passive tap 2 wire inputs record analog telephones, 2 way radio (trunked and conventional), telephone lines and trunks, stations, handsets, headsets, microphones, speakerphones, etc. Beep Tone generation (selectable on a per channel basis) Notch Filtering (Selectable DSP based notch filter for analog channels eliminates radio guard tone ) Tip/Ring DC Voltage detection for 2 wire loop start lines (permits automatic start/stop based on the line s off hook/ on hook status) DTMF detection and decodingclid (FSK) detection and decoding CAMA multi frequency (MF) ANI detection/decoding for trunks MDC 1200 decoding (optional) Compression Rates: 13kbs GSM, 16kbs ADPCM, 32kbs ADPCM, or 64kbs PCM Frequency Response: 200 to 3400Hz Signal to Noise ratio: 50dB Crosstalk: 60dB AGC: 24dB boost Impedance: 10kOhm
5 Record Activation: VOX, off hook, continuous, scheduled, on demand, or optional contact closure detection NexLog Configuration Manager software allows dynamic visual adjustment of VOX threshold level, Audio gain, and VOX hold time (or Tip Ring voltage level) Digital PBX Telephone Interfaces Passive tapping for a wide variety of digital phones, including select models by Aastra, Alcatel, Aspect, Avaya, Bosch, Ericsson, Fujitsu, Mitel, NEC, Nortel, Panasonic, Philips, Rockwell, Rolm, Siemens, Tadiran, and Toshiba (check with Eventide for latest Digital PBX phone model compatibility) VoIP Interfaces Passive recording via port mirroring for a wide range of VoIP PBX telephones with G.711 and/or G.729, including select models by Alcatel, Aastra, Avaya, Cisco, Ericsson, Inter Tel, NEC, Nortel, and Siemens (list is subject to update and change; check with Eventide) Passive recording of SIP trunks with G.711, via port mirroring Active recording of Cisco UCM 3rd generation IP phones with G.711, via Cisco built in bridge (BiB) VoIP recording capability can be easily added in the field, when existing digital/analog phones are migrated to IP Next Generation interfaces NENA standard SIP Invite method for recording of NG9 1 1 primary interactions NENA standard Next Generation Logging Service with WSDL based data logging/retrieval interface and RTSP Digital T1/E1/ISDN Trunk Interfaces High impedance passive recording of T1 and ISDN PRI circuitshigh impedance passive recording of E1, PCM30, and Euro ISDN30 circuits High impedance passive recording of ISDN BRI circuits IP Dispatch Console interfaces, RoIP interfaces Recording of unicast and multicast RTP audio from popular IP dispatch console systems including AVTEC Scout, C4i SwitchPlusIP, Telex, Zetron VoIP RDS, and EF Johnson IP25 console protocol Recording of IP media from RoIP systems including Cisco IPICS Land Mobile Radio (LMR) and P25 interfaces SmartNet, Smartzone trunked radio systems (contact Eventide for details) EF Johnson IP25 conventional P25 LMR system (contact Eventide for details) MotoTRBO via AVTEC Scout IP console system with AVTEC VP Gate
6 Any LMR system recorded via analog channels to control stations Metadata Integration ANI/ALI (capture of NENA Standard ANI/ALI information, which is parsed and inserted into multiple fields in the call record database, each of which is available as a searchable parameter ANI/ALI with Phase 2 (supports capture of latest location data from cellular rebid) SMDR or CDR integration to a wide variety of PBX and key systems IP Dispatch metadata integration (i.e.: Telex IP Dispatch) LMR metadata integration (i.e.: EF Johnson IP25) Custom metadata integrations are available PC Screen Recording Recording of screen activity from desktop Windows based PCs (Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 32 bit) Synchronized screen and audio playback (with MediaWorks software) Adjustable recording parameters: color density, frames per second, and seconds per key frame Screen capture trigger modes: Always, Scheduled (shift based), User activity (keystroke/mouse activity), audio channel activity, or optional customized trigger Standard Logger Reports Call Count By Metadata Field (Graphs the Number of Calls grouped by a user specified field for a given Month) Month at a Glance (Displays Call Statistics for a given Month) Duration Outliers (Displays Info on exceptionally Long and Short Calls) Day at a Glance (Displays Call Statistics for a given Day) Total Calls Over Time (Graphs Total Call Count in Recorder Database Each Day) Network Interfaces Dual Ethernet 10/100/1000Mps, TCP/IP protocol Additional NIC can be added NIC bonding is supported for connection to redundant networks Time Synchronization Network time protocol (NTP) Synchronization via RS 232 Wharton clock
7 Optional IRIG B PCI card Label Printing Supports connection of Eventide approved USB Label Printer for printing of DVD RAM labels Standard Fault Tolerance Features Redundant hot swap power supplies Redundant hard drives Redundant network support (via NIC bonding) Remote diagnostics capabilities notification of Alarm notifications Power Standard VAC, 50/60Hz., 350W max, approx. 600VA If equipped with optional 48VDC power supply(s): approx 8 48VDC UPS Requirements Eventide recommends the use of a Smart UPS system with USB interface for controlled shutdown of the NexLog logger (see Eventide NexLog manual for recommended UPS systems) Dimensions, Weight 3U form factor, rack mountable (Optional Rack mount slides) 5.25 H [134mm] x 19 W [482mm] x 24 D [610mm] 50 to 80 pounds (23 to 34 kg) Environmental requirements (Operating) Temperature: +5C (41F) to 40C (104F); Humidity: 10 80%RH, non condensing Warranty One year factory parts and labor hardware warranty standard Additional years of Eventide hardware warranty are available EVENTIDE INC. ONE ALSAN WAY LITTLE FERRY, NJ USA FAX
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