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Products
  Timespace V500Timespace V500
New hybrid recorder offers 16 channels of analogue video plus 8 channels of 1080P
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  Timespace V400Timespace V400
Advanced fully intergrated Vehicle Digital Video Recorder
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  Timespace X300Timespace X300
Advanced High Definition, D1 Digital Video Recorder
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  Timespace X200Timespace X200
Record video and audio reliably
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  CANLinkTimespace CANLink
provides a safe means of recording and transmitting vehicle CAN engineering data
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  WiFi 100Timespace WiFi 100
Bridge/Router has been developed by Timespace specifically for use in vehicles
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  Timespace ReviewerTimespace Reviewer
Review recordings and Configure Timespace recorders
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The K210/K220 Digital Video Recorder has 1 video, 2 audio and 2 alarm inputs. Recordings are stored on internal flash memory and the K210/K220 is powered externally by a power supply or battery pack.

With 32GB compact flash storage, the K210/K220 can typically record for 16 hours at maximum resolution/ips. Resolution and ips configurable to record times of over 7 days.

The K210/K220 is connected to a PC via the included USB2 lead. PCLink200 software is used to review and archive recordings and the K210/K220 menu settings are also configured on the PC.

Product Features:

Integral screen/keypad for Playback of video/audio and configure preferences (K220 only).
Ultra Small Size
Robust
Military-Grade Connectors
Low Power Consumption + Hibernate Mode
1 Video and 2 Audio Inputs, 2 Alarm Inputs
5V, 9V, 12V Camera Power
25 images/second
Record via Toggle Switch or External Trigger
Vibrator Output to Indicate Recording State and/or Amount of Memory Used
Watermarked Images
Password Access Protection
Simple Menu Configuration
LEDs For Power, Battery, Charging and Memory

The K200 Digital Video Recorder has 1 video, 2 audio and 2 alarm inputs. Recordings are stored on internal flash memory and the K200 is powered from the internal rechargeable battery.

The K200 is connected to a PC via the included USB2 lead to simultaneously download recordings and recharge the internal battery. PCLink200 software is used to review and archive recordings and the K200 menu settings are also configured on the PC.

Product Features:

Ultra Small Size
Robust
Military-Grade Connectors
Low Power Consumption + Hibernate Mode
1 Video and 2 Audio Inputs, 2 Alarm Inputs
5V, 6V, 9V, 12V Camera Power
25 images/second
Simultaneously Access Recordings and Recharge Battery via USB2
Record via K200 Toggle Switch or External Trigger
Vibrator Output to Indicate Recording State and/or Amount of Memory Used
Watermarked Images
Password Access Protection
Simple Menu Configuration
LEDs For Power, Battery, Charging and Memory
Rechargeable Battery and 4GB Compact Flash (supplied installed)

The X100 digital video recorder was released in July 2000. With up to 8 camera inputs and a removable hard disk cartridge, the X100 was quickly adopted as the recorder of choice in the UK bus market. As of 2012, there are still thousands of X100 recorders recording reliably in vehicles.

The current X301 Reviewer is compatible with the X100 recorder and is used to access the recorder setup menus and to playback footage.

The current T401-160 hard disk cartridge is also compatible with the X100 and interchangeable with current X200 recorders.

To review footage on a PC, the cartridge is removed from the X100 recorder and connected with the Timespace USB cable. Full playback features are available with Timespace PCLink 100 software.

The latest version of PCLink software is compatible with the X100 recorder and is sold with the T505-USB cable.


The OmniBase digital video recorder was released in 1997. With up to 8 camera inputs and an inbuilt 3.2 Gb hard disk and LCD screen, it was one of the very few digital video recorders available at the time of its launch.

Early adopters quickly recognized the inherent benefits of digital recording over analogue tape and the Omnibase sold well into vehicle and surveillance markets.

The X100 recorder was a ‘separates’ development of the Omnibase and allowed customers the freedom to use ever increasing hard storage and faster PC footage review.

 

Timespace K210

Timespace K220

Download the K210/K220 manual
Download the K210/K220 specification

Timespace K200

Download the K200 data sheet
Download the K200 manual
Download the K Series data sheet

 

T400P

 

Download the X100 Manual
Download the Omnibase Manual