FLIR Systems

FLIR Systems announced the expansion of the SyncroIP NVR series with a more powerful and robust NVR line. Building upon the company’s popular entry level line, the DNR300 Series offers advanced functionality for more demanding applications while maintaining the original models’ distinguishing characteristic, ease-of-use. FLIR DNR300 Series NVRs feature 8 integrated Power over Ethernet (PoE) ports, greater bandwidth for turbo processing speed, and a more sophisticated CMS application.

Available in 8 and 16 channel configurations, DNR300 Series NVRs include an internal 8 port PoE switch for quick and simple connection. With a recording bit rate of 80 Mbps, the system supports real-time recording (30 fps per channel) at full HD 1080p resolution in 8 channel mode (240fps @ 1080p).A wide range of the industry’s most popular IP cameras of up to 5MP are fully compatible and automatically discovered by the Onvif 2.0 NVR with no configuration required.

Along with the DNR300, FLIR introduces the Syncro-C software, an intuitive 36 channel CMS with Client/Server support for managing multi-site applications, accommodating both NVRs and independent IP Cameras. A Mac version of the software is available.

SyncroIP NVRs can be accessed remotely via mobile apps for iPhone, iPad and Android devices. Advanced features of these apps include remote playback, push notifications for motion/alarm, E-map, and manual record/snapshot to the device.

The release of the DNR300 Series SyncroIP NVR offers FLIR customers scalable HD recording solutions to meet varying project requirements. More information s is available at www.digimerge.com

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