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QNAP Systems announced that QNAP NAS is certified compatible with Hikvision H.265 high-resolution network cameras, including the DS-2CD2H25FHWD, DS-2DF8836I5X, DS-2TD2636, and additional camera models.

QNAP recently integrated 92 Hikvision H.265 network camera models, laser speed domes, and thermal network cameras, providing audio detection, tampering detection, and tripwire detection for surveillance users.

The Hikvision DS-2CD2H25FHWD 2MP WDR Vari-focal Network Turret Camera incorporates a 1/2.8” CMOS sensor, enabling the camera to deliver superior image quality at 1920 x 1080 resolution, providing ultra-low light capabilities, and 120dB wide dynamic range (WDR) to further supplement image details. The DS-2DF8836I5X 8MP 36× Network Laser Speed Dome is designed for large-scale surveillance requirements.Smart detection features ensure maximum security efficiency for operations and post-event investigations

Smart detection

The camera features a 2/3” progressive scan CMOS sensor, 4K resolution output, and crystal-clear image capturing even in dim light conditions or in total darkness. The Hikvision DS-2TD2636 Thermal + Visible Bi-spectrum network bullet camera captures vivid, high-resolution videos of moving objects at resolutions up to 384 x 288, unhindered by either darkness or bad weather. It boasts a full range of ‘smart’ features, including line crossing detection and intrusion detection for perimeter protection.

We're glad to expand our product integration with QNAP, especially with our thermal technology included, to provide our mutual users with additional solutions in various environments such as perimeter patrol, ports/harbors, and other critical infrastructure,” said Adler Wu, Technology Partner Program Manager at Hikvision.

With smart detection features supported in our combined solutions, users can benefit from modern video surveillance technologies that provide maximum security efficiency for operations and post-event investigations.” 

Comprehensive surveillance solution

QVR Pro integrates comprehensive video surveillance features into QNAP NAS, ensuring a recording environment separated from QTS with storage expandability and flexible storage space management functions.

The integration of QNAP NAS and Hikvision network cameras provides a comprehensive surveillance solution that ensures optimal recording quality, in-time file backup and full-scale RAID protection.

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