Dahua introduces three more NVRs to its professional NVR 54-series
Dahua introduces three more NVRs to its professional NVR 54-series

Dahua further completes its NVR portfolio by introducing three more series, covering two entry-level models and one high-end model. Professional NVR54-series The 54-series is designed for medium-sized applications that require relatively high demand on storage capacity, such as telecom, electricity, public security, franchised stores and etc. The series has multiple sub-models, including 8-/16-/32-channels, and PoE versions. Here to take NVR5416/5432-16P as an example. The NVR5416/5432-16P supports 16/32 channel with 1080p live view, up to 5Mp & 5Mp cameras, featuring 160Mps for inputs and 128Mps for outputs, which could satisfy smooth recording at HD-megapixel level for multiple cameras at the same time. It max accommodates 4 SATAs, up to 4TB for each. Meanwhile, this series supports maximum 128 online users to operate and manage simultaneously. In addition, the “frame by frame playback” is quite convenient for users to pin the moment as key evidences. This NVR also supports Dahua motorised-lens network cameras to realise auto focus/zoom and other basic functions directly on the NVR, facilitating user’s operation. What worth a special mention is that the NVR is equipped with 16 PoE ports and support IPC UPnP function, which could simplify the installation and configuration. Entry-level NVR31/21H-series Following the big success of previous 31/21 series, Dahua adds enhanced versions of the previous 31/21 edition, targeting on small- and medium-sized applications, such as SOHO, convenience stores and retails. NVR31H-series supports 4-channel@1080p real-time preview and recording while NVR21H-series supports 4-channel@72op. This series adds two-way audio and alarm functions as well as remote control. What’s more, it enjoys two “L” — low consumption and low noise, keeping “environment-friendly” guideline in design and production. All Dahua NVRs conform to ONVIF protocol and support a wide range of third party cameras.

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Samsung introduce a building block NVR solution
Samsung introduce a building block NVR solution

Samsung has introduced a scaleable ‘building block’ network video recording system designed to uncomplicate the process of specifying a video storage solution large enough to meet immediate requirements, but which can be easily expanded if needed in the future. Samsung’s new ONVIF compliant SRN-1000 NVR provides up to 24TB of on-board video storage capacity and there is the potential of an additional 24TB of storage via two external e-Sata direct storage devices. An unlimited number of SRN-1000s can work in harmony to provide a seamless server style video recording solution. “We have taken the mystique and fear out of estimating how much video storage to allow for,” said Tim Biddulph, IP Product Manager for Samsung Techwin Europe Ltd. “Even experienced installers have told us that this can be a very costly mistake if they get it wrong, but it is obviously of particular concern for those who have limited experience of installing Video over IP systems.” By using a simple calculation chart and by taking into account the frame rate and image resolution requirements for each of the specified cameras; it is a simple matter to calculate how many SRN-1000s will be required for any video surveillance project. The Linux based SRN-1000 NVR can record at 100MBs, supports H.264, MPEG-4 and  MJPEG compression, and is fully compatible with Samsung Centralised Management Software which enables users from anywhere in the world to have access to live or recorded video via a PC or mobile device such as a smartphone or tablet In addition to Samsung megapixel and HD cameras, the SRN-1000 also supports AXIS, Panasonic and Sony ONVIF compliant cameras.  “Our design engineers have put a lot of thought into how to make this building block solution as installer friendly as possible,” said Tim Biddulph. “For example, as each of the SRN-1000’s eight internal HDDs is installed, they are automatically recognised and added to the recorder and immediately available for recording.” As is the case with all Samsung professional security products, the SRN-1000 is supplied with full support services from Samsung Techwin Europe Ltd, including free system design, free technical support and a full three-year warranty. Samsung’s professional security products are widely accessible across Europe via an extensive network of distributors. For further information please email STEsecurity@samsung.com or telephone +44 (0)1932 45 5308 or visit www.samsungsecurity.com

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Samsung’s new network video recorders offer the familiarity of a DVR
Samsung’s new network video recorders offer the familiarity of a DVR

Unlike most NVRs, which can only be programmed remotely, the two new Samsung models can also be locally configured and controlled with the help of a mouse and a very easy to use multi-language on-screen graphical user interface.The four channel Samsung SRN-470D and sixteen channel SRN-1670D both utilise H.264 compression to minimise bandwidth requirements whilst maintaining high image quality and also offer the option of using MPEG-4 or MJPEG compression. A recording throughput of 64mbps allows both models to simultaneously record in real time 704 x 480 resolution images from all connected cameras or up to Full HD (1920 x 1080) from selected cameras from Samsung's comprehensive range of IP cameras, Full HD megapixel, HD megapixel, 4-CIF and VGA cameras."I am confident that the competitively priced SRN-470D and SRN-1670D NVRs will very quickly become popular with both installers and users," said Tim Biddulph, IP Product Manager for Samsung Techwin Europe Ltd. "A key benefit of an NVR is that it can be installed anywhere on a network. This could be in a central control room or immediately adjacent to sets of cameras, but wherever it is located, a separate PC is usually required by installers for programming purposes, as well as for a user to view the live or recorded images. The great advantage offered by the SRN-470D and SRN-1670D is that it can be programmed and controlled by just the use of a plug-in mouse and in this respect it offers familiarity with a DVR. This should prove to be a particularly attractive feature for installers who have limited experience of commissioning IP network based recording solutions."An additional installer friendly and time saving feature incorporated into the SRN-470D and SRN-1670D is the ability to automatically detect and register all of the connected cameras. The SRN-470D has the facility for a 2TB SATA HDD, whilst the SRN-1670D, with the capacity for five SATA HDDs, offers the potential for a massive 10TB of on-board storage. Both models can record audio across all channels and have a built-in DVD Writer and USB ports for easy export of video as well as a 1080P resolution HDMI output. Full compatibility with Samsung's license-free NET-i Viewer Centralised Management Software (CMS) ensures users can access an SRN-470D or SRN-1670D NVR via a PC from anywhere in the world, keeping people connected 24/7 with their security systems wherever they may be. Available from all Samsung distributors, the SRN-470D or SRN-1670D SRN are offered with full support services from Samsung Techwin Europe Ltd, including free system design, free technical support and a full three-year warranty.For further information please email STEsecurity@samsung.com or telephone +44 (0)1932 45 5308 or http://www.samsungsecurity.com/

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