Grundig has launched a new 4, 8 and 16 channel, standalone NVR range. The NVRs have an embedded Linux operating system and provide recording and display speeds of up to 400FPS at full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels). The Linux operating system has been adapted by Grundig to provide a secure, stable and reliable platform for security system applications.
The NVRs detect and auto-configure Grundig IP cameras, including automatic IP addressing and video stream configuration. Manual record configuration is enabled using the NVR’s graphic user interface (GUI).
The NVRs come with a built-in PoE switch. This enables peer-to-peer, direct, IP camera connection and convenient and simple installation. Combined with preconfigured, pre-set recording modes for each camera, a complete Grundig CCTV system can be set up and commissioned in minutes.
The GUI makes further system configuration easy and includes user access management for up to eight clients as well as flexible event activation by motion, alarm, video-loss and system alerts. Standard functionality includes PTZ control, 'Smart Timeline', 3 click export for back up to USB or FTP, event and thumbnail search, automatic archiving of critical data and remote access.
Connections include up to 16 Ethernet video inputs, HDMI video output, up to 16 IP audio input channels with one RCA output. The 4 and 8 channel NVRs are designed for desk mounting, while the 16 channel NVR can be either desk or 19-inch rack mounted.
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