Plug-and-play NVR with PoE
November 2012, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring
Hikvision has unveiled the DS-7700NI-SP 2U NVR series, with a PoE (Power over Ethernet) system featuring eight independent PoE network interfaces. This means it uses only one cable for both data and power needs, reducing both time and expertise and simplifying the overall installation process.
“Hikvision consistently strives to improve existing security surveillance solutions, as well as introduce new technology for our vertical markets,” said Keen Yao, international marketing director of Hikvision, “Our integrated plug-and-play system is a prime example of this philosophy, a customised solution that provides users with ease of installation and reduced maintenance costs.”
By plugging a cable into a network interface, the cameras’ IP address is automatically configured to transmit a live view and store video at up to 5 megapixel resolution. Furthermore, redundancy in operation and backup provides recording security in the case of a system crash.
The DS-7700NI-SP NVR series has up to 32 IP video inputs and carries simultaneous HDMI, VGA, and CVBS outputs; live view/playback via VGA and HDMI outputs at up to 1920X1080P resolution is supported as well. Additionally, this NVR processes H.264 video compression and uses HDD quota management in order to maximise storage space and optimise capacity assignment to a different channel, equipped by four SATA hard disks, with 4 TB storage capacity for each.
This plug-and-play design allows even beginners to establish a professional surveillance network for their own specific needs. Now, business environments such as small retail/chain stores, department stores/shopping mall and other venues, are able to eliminate unwanted complexity and achieve a virtually hassle-free IP network on their own.
For more information contact Hikvision, +86 571 8700 6060, email@example.com, www.hikvision.com
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