Vanderbilt Industries
The Eventys IP cameras feature 1.3MP to 2MP resolution with both fixed and varifocal lens options
The Eventys range offers variants of up to H.264+ IP compression efficiency and optimised codec technology, alongside two NVRs

Vanderbilt, a global leader in providing state-of-the-art security systems has announced the latest addition to its innovative CCTV portfolio. Designed to meet the need for a cost effective solution that doesn't compromise on functionality and ease of use, Eventys offers more than you need for less than you think.

Building services sector

With the growing acknowledgment of the importance of security in buildings of all sizes, Eventys represents Vanderbilt’s ability to respond quickly to installer requirements and market pressures. It also means that those new to the security industry, such as electrical contractors, now have a product set that enables them to make the most of this burgeoning building services sector.

Eventys camera technology

The Eventys range offers variants of up to H.264+ IP compression efficiency and optimised codec technology, alongside two network video recorders (NVRs). With a simple set up procedure, these products offer outstanding functionality and flexibility, and are perfect for small to medium sized installations.

Powering and connecting the
cameras is a simple and
straightforward exercise thanks
to the use of Power over Ethernet

The Eventys IP cameras feature 1.3MP to 2MP resolution with both fixed and varifocal lens options. Powering and connecting the cameras is a simple and straightforward exercise thanks to the use of Power over Ethernet (PoE), which allows energy to be supplied via the IT network infrastructure. This is coupled with automatic IP address allocation, along with auto-device detection and connection, making Eventys truly plug and play. Robust, reliable and suitable for a wide variety of applications, the cameras are built into an IP66 rated weatherproof enclosure, while advanced CMOS progressive scanning allows the camera to obtain values from each pixel in the sensor and scans to produce a complete picture.

NVR features

The two NVRs are equipped with features commonly found on more expensive devices. A built in PoE switcher is standard on both four or eight channel variants that support live view, storage, and playback with up to 6MP resolution. One-touch record triggering, multiple recording types and instant playback for assigned channel during multi-channel display mode combine to offer reliable recording and review.

Widening Vanderbilt's appeal

Eventys is the first significant CCTV product launch that Vanderbilt has made in Europe since it acquired Security Products from Siemens just over one year ago. This exciting new launch is part of the company’s commitment to extend its range to appeal to the widest possible market, as well as offering unrivalled performance and operating protocols.

"We are tremendously excited about Eventys, which represents a refreshing range of seamless, reliable and great value IP CCTV solutions," commented Vanderbilt’s CEO, Joe Grillo, "We pride ourselves on our ability to respond quickly to market demands and design solutions that are based around our EASY IP approach – easy to install, easy to connect, easy to store recordings, and easy to view."

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