Designed to Fit-The DVR reference design from Texas Instruments (TI) can support analog cameras or serve as a hybrid DVR. It offers more than 32 channels of real time D1, H.264 high-profile video processing capability and is based on TI's TMS320DM8168 DaVinci digital media processor, running at 1 GHz. Video traffic and data storage is optimized to allow the same high quality viewing for all stored videos while using less disk space.
Go the Distance-With the NetWay16M midspan injector from Altronix, cameras and other edge devices may be located up to 100 meters from the unit. A NetWayXT repeater module can be utilized to extend the distance an additional 100 meters. NetWay Managed Midspans are capable of supporting non-PoE compliant fixed and PTZ IP cameras utilizing NetWay1512 adapters.
Get 'Smart' with This NVR-American Dynamics's VideoEdge NVR v4.0 delivers H.264 recording, 400 Mbps recording capacity, frame-by-frame instant playback and audio on every camera channel. Built-in Smart Search analytics delivers fast searches of recorded video. The NVR utilizes a locked down, Linux kernel-based software approach, eliminating monthly OS patch updates and reducing malware threats.
Transition to IP Video-Honeywell Security's MAXPRO NVR SE helps end users transition to IP video systems. The self-contained NVR supports open video standards and simplifies installation with a built-in server and software and easy-to-use graphic interface. The patented Video Surround feature allows security operators to track individuals as they move throughout a building.
Independent and Standalone-Infinova's V3009 4L DVR supports CIF resolution and features H.264 compression technology with the capacity to support up to four serial ATA (SATA) hard disks. It can work independently at a local site or as part of a security surveillance network. Security operators can view and control live and recorded images across the network, remote access and control functions are managed through user access levels.
Designed for Smaller Scale Environments-QNAP Security's VioStor VS-2008L/2004L standalone NVR is designed for small and midsized business who require megapixel recording, mass storage capacity and real-time monitoring. Based on Linux OS, the NVR supports H.264, MxPEG, MPEG-4 and M-JPEG recording. Server features include advanced data protection by RAID 0, RAID 1 and JBOD; Online RAID Capacity Expansion; Online RAID Level Migration; two Giga LAN ports for network failover; and load-balancing.
Tailored for DVR/NVR systems-Veracity's COLDSTORE, a storage system designed specifically for video surveillance recording, features an array of 15 disks (currently 45TB max) which use less than 50 watts in normal operation. Disks are switched off for 87 percent of the time and can be added at any time while older disks may be hot-swapped as higher capacity disks become available.