ATLANTA, GA (September 15, 2008) â€“ JVC enhances its VR-N900U and VR-N1600U network video recorders (NVRs) to offer remote administration capabilities, making JVC one of the leading manufacturers to deliver this unique feature. Remote access capability allows the administrator to log-in from any Internet location using a secure access to configure any of the networksâ€™ cameras or recording system.
"The ability to remotely administer the NVR is a feature that the industry has demanded. Remote administration provides access to all the core features of the cameras such as pre-sets and recording functions such as scheduling," said Geoff Anderson, national marketing manager, Security Products, JVC Professional Products Company. "The administrator may log in from anywhere on the Internet and perform any configuration on cameras such as automated tours or manage the powerful recording system which provides many options for archiving video. We are pleased to be one of the leading manufacturers of open architecture embedded NVRs to provide this unique capability."
New functions include full support of JVCâ€™s VN-V25U, VN-V26U and VN-V686U IP-Network security cameras and the ability to export data to an external DVD-R/RW drive. Other enhancements include VR-DOU hard disk drive (HDD) recognition by each HDD unit as well as alarm I/O support for the VN-C20 and VN-C215 fixed IP-Network cameras.
The VR-N1600U 16-channel NVR features newly developed software that supports bi-directional audio communication and audio alert function for the VN-V26U which is a trigger to one of five pre-recorded messages stored on the cameras memory. Added features to the VR-N900U NVR include Network Attached Storage (NAS) archiving and advanced audio functions such as recording audio independent of camera input as well as continuous audio recording.
The VR-N1600U and VR-N900U NVRs have embedded XProtect Enterprise software for reliable user-friendly operation and guaranteed performance. These versatile NVRs can be integrated into an enterprise network or as standalone units. The NVRs support Motion JPEG/MPEG-4 camera recording and can export data to external DVD-R/RW drive.
Existing owners can obtain the free Version 4.1 upgrade by contacting JVC at USE SAM AGINâ€™S Phone Number.