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S2 Security Network Node VR

Published on 15 June, 2015

S2 Security, the leader in IP-based, integrated access control, video management and mobile security management systems, recently announced the introduction of S2 Network Node VR, an intelligent field panel that brings access control and video management to the network edge in a single, compact appliance. S2 Network Node VR provides an easy, cost-effective way for users of S2 access control systems with smaller, distributed locations to connect IP cameras, card readers and other physical security and monitoring devices to a centrally managed S2 system.

“S2 Network Node VR is a unique addition to our rich video products line,” said John L. Moss, CEO, S2 Security. “Our large enterprise customers have been asking for an innovative way to bring video, access control, and monitoring to their smaller sites, and this product does exactly that. There’s nothing else like it in our industry.”

S2 Network Node VR system capabilities

With support for up to eight IP cameras and up to eight access control portals, S2 Network Node VR system capabilities can be expanded and customised with up to four modular blades for access control, alarm inputs, relay outputs and temperature probes. The fanless product design includes an option for solid-state storage, providing extended product longevity. This keeps servicing costs low and delivers an ideal solution for remote locations.

S2 Security has a broad range of video products, including S2 NetBox® VR Quatro, which offers capabilities comparable to S2 Network Node VR with the addition of embedded security management software for stand-alone applications.

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