The SNR-6400 network video recorder from Samsung forms part of the company's easy to use iPOLiS IP range and can simultaneously record up to 64 video and audio streams.
Introduced to match the requirements of customers, who wish to cost-effectively capitalise on the advantages of viewing and retrieving recorded video over an IP network, the SNR-6400 boasts a 1152 images per second (ips) record rate that can be used to record all 64 channels in near real-time, or selected cameras in real-time, at full D1 resolution.
Offering users a choice of MPEG-4 or JPEG compression, the SNR-6400 is equipped with automatic bandwidth control to ensure efficient usage of the network.
Samsung's design engineers have focussed on ensuring that the SNR-6400 delivers a high performance solution to customers who have a requirement for a medium to large CCTV system. In addition to four internal hard drives, there are expansion bays for four external hard drives and collectively these provide the potential for 20TB of storage. It also supports RAID5 and up to four NAS connections.
The SNR-6400 is fully compatible with Samsung highly acclaimed licence free Central Management Software (CMS) platform that brings together both analogue and IP products and can seamlessly interact with all other products in the Samsung iPOLiS product range as well as other selected manufacturers' IP devices. It also supports a web viewer programme and can be easily configured via a front LCD window.
Also available is a 32 channel version - the SNR-3200.