Samsung Techwin releases building-block NVR

Samsung Techwin releases building-block NVR

Samsung introduced new ONVIF compliant SRN-1000 NVR which provides up to 24TB of on-board video storage capacity. 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. “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, 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.

The SRN-1000 is supplied with full support services from Samsung Techwin Europe including free system design, free technical support and a full three-year warranty.

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