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Low Footprint Compact Network Video Recorder

IndigoVision : 10 June, 2010  (New Product)
The Linux based NVR-AS 3000 from IndigoVision is the latest in the company's line of network video recorders providing high quality record and playback of MPEG-4 and H.264 video impact in a compact unit featuring removable hard drive for evidence preservation
Low Footprint Compact Network Video Recorder
IndigoVision has launched a new addition to its range of Network Video Recorders (NVRs). The Compact NVR-AS 3000 is a Linux-based standalone device that delivers a powerful recording solution in a compact unit with a very small footprint.

The Compact NVR can record and playback 20 MPEG-4 and H.264 video and audio streams simultaneously with a choice of a 500MB or 1TB removable disk. The unit uses the latest hard drive technology from Seagate, with disks that have been developed for continuous video surveillance recording. The disk comes with a 5-year warranty. The removable disk allows for easy archiving and securing of evidence.

Able to withstand temperature ranges of 0o to 60oC, the Compact NVR is ideal for installation outside of traditional equipment rooms as it doesn't require a temperature controlled environment. Designed for smaller installations such as retail outlets and commercial premises, the NVR can be mounted horizontally or vertically and located at any point on the network.

It is the perfect replacement for small analog/DVR systems, recording video from up to 20 IP cameras or transmitter modules directly over the network. 'Control Center', IndigoVision's Security Management Software, is used to remotely configure the NVR and view recorded video. 'Control Center' workstations can again be located at any point on the network, accessing multiple NVRs around a building or site.

The high-performance specification of the new Compact NVR, coupled with IndigoVision's class-leading compression technology means that the NVR can record both MPEG-4 and H.264 video from multiple cameras for long periods. For example, a single Compact NVR could record H.264 video from 10 cameras continuously at 4SIF, full framerate, based on moderate motion levels for over 30 days.

The 'AS' in NVR-AS 3000 stands for 'Alarm Server' and means that each Compact NVR can also store system-wide real-time alarm information that is configured in 'Control Center'. This ensures that automatic alarm events can still operate even though a 'Control Center' workstation is inoperative, adding redundancy to the system. A typical event could be an access control alarm, generated from an attempted illegal entry, triggering the nearest camera to pan and zoom to a pre-configured position so that the area around the entrance could be monitored and recorded.
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