3xLOGIC announced the availability of its NVR-1U-8CH network video recorder. NVR-1U-8CH is suited for small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) operating in commercial, educational, health care and warehouse and distribution environments, according to the company.
NVR-1U-8CH is a Linux OS-based embedded power over Ethernet (PoE) 1U professional grade NVR. It has an Intel Celeron processor and with 64MP resolution support users can also experience high definition video. Its features a 256GB solid state drive and can deliver PoE+ up to 30W for each of its eight channels, enabling full pan tilt zoom (PTZ) control. A remote management feature also allows a user to be in control from anywhere with internet access.
The NVR-1U-8CH SMBK features eight IP licences as standard, with the option of four or eight VISIX 4MP VX-SMBK-B-IW mini-bullet or 4MP VX-SMBK-D-IW mini-dome style cameras, or a combination of each, alongside an NVR-1U-8CH.
“The best-in-class features of the NVR-1U-8CH are powered by the VIGIL 12.5 video management system (VMS),” said Mike Poe, director, product management, 3xLOGIC, in a statement. “A powerful security server software solution that all 3xLOGIC VIGIL applications are built upon, VIGIL 12.5 has received numerous enhancements and features from the previous version including improved user control, increased performance and ONVIF-M support for analytics metadata. Furthermore, camera onboarding has been simplified and the VIGIL CLOUD plug-in for video streaming, retention and case management is built in.”
The company has also launched its NVR-1U-8CH Small and Medium Business Kit (SMBK).
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