Vanderbilt Vectis iX16-0TB 16-channel NVR
- Make: Vanderbilt
- Model code: Vectis iX16-0TB NVR
- Recording Mode: Real Time / Timelapse / Event
- Video inputs: 16
- Hardware solution: Yes
Supports resolution of up to 20 megapixels Conforms to ONVIF profile S Powerful on-board analytics: motion detection and video analytics including people counting Time sector engine for immediate recording and playback Common GUI throughout the entire Vectis iX range Free remote client software Vectis iX128 RAS included Designed for 24/7 permanent operationRead more
|Model code||Vectis iX16-0TB NVR|
|Recording Mode||Real Time / Timelapse / Event|
|Secondary storage||USB 2.0 Front x2, Rear x4|
|Storage rate||480 ~ 1200 fps|
|Video motion detection||Yes|
|Operating system||Windows 7 Embedded|
|Voltage||100 ~ 240 V AC|
|Power consumption (W)||127|
|Operating temperature (°C)||0 ~ 40 C (32 ~ 104 F)|
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