Toshiba hybrid and IP recorders support a wide number of cameras from many manufacturers. To see if your camera is supported, select the appropriate file for your recorder model:
The ONVIF specification is designed to create a standard for how CCTV IP products communicate with each other. The ONVIF specification aims to achieve interoperability between network video products regardless of manufacturer. Toshiba cameras and recorders are ONVIF compliant and have been tested against the ONVIF core specifications.
Due to the differences in ONVIF implementation between manufacturers; Toshiba recommends verifying ONVIF integration between a specified Network Video Transmitter (camera) and Network Video Client (NVR or VMS software) before deploying a solution in the field. Please check to make sure that the codec's you need to use are implemented and that the Network Video Client is able to connect to and receive video from the transmission device.
Toshiba Tech Support can verify if a specific camera/recorder configuration has been tested. If testing has not been performed on a specific product, Toshiba Tech Support and Engineering would be glad to perform any testing; given the necessary equipment is provided to Toshiba for testing.
|Toshiba IP Cameras|
|Toshiba Recording Solutions|
|Surveillix Recorders DVSE, XVSE, XVSV, IPSE, NVSPRO||ONVIF Profile-S|
|Supported Access Control|
|DSX||WinDSX, WinDSX-SQL, DSX-Soft I/O|
|Galaxy||Galaxy Version 7 and Version 4|
|Hartmann Controls||Protector Series|
|Keyscan||Keyscan Management System VII, Vantage|
Software provides complete record of customer, cashier and merchandise purchased with text overlaid on video. POS/ATM data is stored on Surveillix DVR for access and search using several criteria. Below is a list of POS devices that are supported by Surveillix POS software. Please regularily check for the most current list by visiting www.toshibasecurity.com.
* A Cable 078 from AVE required for POS/ATM software integration