Published on 13 April, 2016
eneo is launching its new 32 channel, standalone network video recorder, the PNR-5332. The NVR provides simultaneous live viewing and recording up to 32 Full HD (2.0MP) video channels in real-time, 25FPS (30FPS in NTSC), with a combined maximum data throughput of 230 Mbps. It includes hybrid functionality, recording up to 16 IP and 16 analogue cameras all together, with a maximum recording resolution of 5.0 MP (2592x1944p pixels) per channel.
With 3TB internal storage
“The Linux-based NVR is supplied with 3TB of internal storage and has slots available for up to six internal HDD drives,” explained Martin Morris, eneo Business Development Manager UK & Ireland. “It also has support for two further external eSATA drives. Video output options include HDMI at 1920x1080p (Full HD) and VGA. The PNR-5332 design includes a front keyboard, with jog-shuttle, mouse and IR remote control and allows for 19” rack mounting.”
Remote client access and control
“iRAS video management software is included for remote client access and control. The RAS mobile app enables Android and iOS smartphone and tablet viewing with touch-screen functionality. Set up is via a user-friendly web browser and all ONVIF-compatible system cameras are automatically detected by the NVR and configured for optimal performance.”
Linux-based NVR integrations
The NVR operates with eneo’s NPCII universal protocol converter, enabling integration with leading point-of-sale (POS) cash till, access control, LPR (license plate recognition) and ATM systems.
Alarm inputs & outputs
Sixteen alarm inputs with four relay outputs and sixteen audio inputs with one output are also included. Pre-alarm recording can extend up to 30 minutes, with email, buzzer, software and alarm output notifications. Alarm triggers include disc error, system error, video loss, motion, text-in, physical contacts and POS.