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i-PRO introduces new series of NVRs designed for small businesses

December 5, 2022  By  SP&T Staff

i-PRO announced its new NU-Series network video recorders (NVR), NDAA compliant with intel CPU.

The new models are the successors to the NX100 and NX200 models, and are available in four, eight, and 16 channel configurations with in-built PoE(+) power and a slim form factor.

With a focus on creating a plug-and-play recording option for smaller businesses, the NU-NVRs work with i-PRO’s or any other manufacturer’s cameras, needing only to be plugged into an HDMI monitor. The new line also brings AI-based analytics to small and medium businesses. More powerful analytics for complex uses can be achieved with i-PRO Active Guard, in combination with a PC and WV-ASM300 management software. That solution proactively notifies users of important events and/or creates detailed forensic searches utilizing up to 98 unique search and filter attributes between images of people and vehicles collected from i-PRO AI cameras.


“i-PRO’s first NU-Series NVRs provide an easy to deploy all-in-one security solution,” said Gerard Figols, president of i-PRO EMEA, in a statement. “Banks, Gas stations, supermarkets, restaurants — any small-footprint location that needs constant surveillance can create an end-to-end, highly cybersecure ecosystem and access the power of AI while continuing to use existing equipment. We look forward to working with our partners to bring this capability and convenience to customers.”

Model configurations:
Model NU301 supports 16 camera registrations, 16 PoE+ ports, two HDD slots with RAID1
Model NU300 supports 16 camera registrations, eight PoE+ ports, and one HDD slot
Model NU201 supports eight camera registrations, eight PoE+ ports, and one HDD slot
Model NU101 supports four camera registrations, four PoE+ ports, and one HDD slot
All models include Intel CPU, two HDMI outputs, and FIPS 140-2 level 3 certified secure element for cybersecurity.

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