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Latest Speco Technologies NSP NVR provides seamless migration from analogue to IP

Published on 4 June, 2013

Speco Technologies, the leading manufacturer of video surveillance solutions that deter crime, announced immediate availability of the NSP NVR with built-in PoE and Digital Deterrent.  A major break though for those who are migrating from analogue to IP, the NSP provides the ease of an IP setup with the simplicity of an analogue system. For those transitioning to IP, the NSP is the perfect unit as the PoE eliminates having to run a separate power supply to the IP cameras.  The NSP provides seamless IP camera connectivity when using Speco’s OnSIP & VIP cameras and is also compatible with all Onvif Profile S cameras.

The NSP provides HD 1080p resolution and recording. It has a dual network interface that isolates IP camera traffic from network traffic to alleviate possible bandwidth challenges.   The dual network interface helps increase throughput and increase security by separating IP cameras to their own network to help minimise degradation of other networked applications. 

The NSP provides true plug and play capability with its EZ Camera wizard that automatically searches and connects Speco IP cameras on LAN.   

Installation is simple using the EZ Setup Wizard, guiding the user from start to finish within minutes. Setup can even be done wirelessly from an iPad by downloading Speco’s configuration iPad App, making installation even easier. Once the unit is connected, free smart phone apps are available (on Google Play and Apple Store), to view cameras thought an iPhone,  iPad or Android device. The NS and NSP are PC and Mac compatible, and can be used on Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox and Google Chrome as well.

Both do not fall short of Speco’s unique differentiators; they have Digital Deterrent® for triggering an audio message via motion detector or sensor, system monitoring to receive system health status and up to the minute notifications, well as free DDNS servers and much more.

The NSP and NS are available in 4 and 8 channel models, with 16 channel version coming soon.  Storage ranges from 500GB to 9TB, as well as an ESATA port to add an additional 2TB of storage. Finding a specific moment though all those files are a breeze with EZ Search, which quickly helps sorts though large amount of data with a few clicks and see the event desired.

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