Enterprise Class Real-Time Full Resolution MPEG2 Video Encoders
Honeywell Enterprise NVR Series MPEG4/H.264 8-channel video encoders are offered as full 30fps @ 4CIF resolution with ability to scale downwards as desired.The 8-channel encoder supports audio, alarm in/out and a serial port for PTZ control redundant network interfaces and power supply provides high availability formission critical applications.
The Enterprise NVR Series servers are the backbone of the Enterprise class digital network video recording system. The servers are pre-loaded with the latest version of Enterprise NVR software that receives video and audio from IP cameras and or encoders. The server manages the receiving, storing and retransmitting video when it is requested by an NVR client workstation. It is ideal for critical facilities such as airports, casinos, and other critical infrastructure operations.
Honeywell’s Enterprise NVR Alpha software manages all of the individual hardware components that make up the system. The Alpha software delivers unparalleled flexibility and scalability for a variety of system requirements. The Graphical User Interface (GUI) is powerful, intuitive, and flexible enough to meet a variety of surveillance and security applications managing a single video channel or thousands.
Enterprise NVR Series workstations are the front end of the Enterprise NVR system delivering live and recorded video and Graphical User interface. The workstations are preloaded with the latest Enterprise Client software and are optimized for use delivering crisp clear video images. Models are available to support 2 or 4 monitors.
The Enterprise NVR storage unit is a solution that provides the processor and RAID enclosure in one chassis, resulting in both space and cost savings. RAID5 and 6 support is available through a hardware-based RAID controller that removes the loading on the processor that software RAID can bring. A convenient web browser interface is used to manage the RAID controller. Cost effective storage expansion can be done by adding SAS JBOD cabinets instead of using a full RAID cabinet. The storage unit RAID controller manages the JBOD.