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Introducing two new network digital recorders from ABUS at Security Essen 2010

Published on 28 September, 2010

ABUS to showcase brand new NVRs at Security Essen 2010
ABUS' TVVR35010 and TVVR45020 - the two new Eytron network digital recorders
At the Security 2010 trade fair in Essen, ABUS Security-Center is presenting two new Eytron NVR network digital recorders: the TVVR35010 for recording up to eight IP cameras and the TVVR45020, which can record up to 16. This makes them ideal for the uncomplicated monitoring of homes, businesses, offices and hotels.

These nine, location-independent network digital recorders are easy to install and start up - a connection to a router suffices. A wide range of functions such as a four-channel live view via VGA/HDMI, real-time recording, playback and export as well as remote access all come as standard. The signals are compressed in H.264 format.

Web server

The web server enables users to access the recorded data of the NVRs from anywhere in the world. The recorders can also be configured via the web server.

CMS recorder software

The supplied Central Monitor Station software (CMS) from ABUS Security-Center enables several Eytron network recorders to be controlled in one user-friendly interface. The CMS software also provides security functions such as Emap, which displays cameras as symbols on a building plan and thereby constantly provides information on where something is happening within the premises.

Further to this, the CMS software also has a monitoring mode with push function: the recorder only sets up a connection to the software in the event of an alarm, and therefore does not place a constant load on the network.

Hard disk storage

Maximum security is guaranteed by the redundant storage of video and audio data on a SATA hard disk (TVVR35010) or up to eight SATA hard disks (TVVR45020).

"The new network digital recorders mean we are ideally prepared for the rising requirements of the future in the field of IP-based video surveillance," said Gregor Schnitzler, Head of technology at ABUS Security-Center.


The new Eytron NVR network digital recorders are due to go on sale in mid-October 2010.

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