The new NVRmini video recorder from NUUO allows users to access surveillance footage via the Internet and also provides for easy installation with plug-in and start-up options.
NUUO has announced the release of the new NVRmini (NVR Standalone), a small, Linux embedded surveillance network recorder. Through the Internet, users are able to watch the recorded surveillance video anywhere in the world. In the coming years, through NVRminiâ€™s strong functions, the IP surveillance solution will be widely applied in diverse vertical markets such as small to mid-size companies, buildings, supermarkets, personal offices, and even private properties.
The NVRmini also offers easy installation with â€œplug-inâ€ and â€œstart-up,â€ two steps which absolutely help to simplify an inside knowledge to span into security applications. Compared with a PC-based NVR, the browser-based NVRmini will be a time-saving tool and free from virus attack. A Linux embedded system creates the most stable working environment for this small machine.
An open platform of 8 IP camera brands will be included in this project, such as ACTi, Arecont,Mobotix and Lumenera. In the mean time, the NVRmini provides a crystal clear view of D1 real time recording and displaying.
This unique and mini scale NVR Standalone supports 2/4 hard disks, and 4/8 IP cameras, as well as RAID level 0, 1,1+0. With RAID technology, the NVRmini increases the data transfer rate and ensures continuous system operation in the event of a disk drive failure.
With all these principles concerned, NVRmini reaches a higher level of surveillance product.