Vicon Industries Ltd., a leading designer and producer of network video management systems, has introduced a new HD Express embedded NVR series that is designed specifically to provide a simple and cost effective solution for using High Definition Network Cameras.

Installation of the system is simple. The system includes PoE ports for each camera allowing the NVR to provide power directly to a maximum of 16 cameras. The software automatically detects and configures network cameras as they are plugged into the unit. Programming is optional.

The HD Express was designed specifically for High Definition displays (1080P), so the menu and navigation is crisp and clean. The high performance hardware is designed to display all high definition H.264 network cameras simultaneously in real-time. The video can be remotely accessed with an internet browser or a mobile phone application.

HD Express NVRs are now available.

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