The network video recorder scales from 4 to 16 video channels and enables recording flexibility from HD to D1.
June 07, 2013
Strengthening its portfolio of video surveillance security solutions, Matrix Comsec has introduced a new IP-based surveillance solution, SATATYA NVR400.
The SATATYA NVR400 scales from 4 to 16 video channels and enables recording flexibility from full HD to D1 for clear images. It allows sequencing of cameras in different layout formats and facilitates simultaneous live view and playback on a single window to simplify monitoring.
Along with recording and monitoring, the NVR identifies irregularities and sends prompt notifications with event details in the form of SMS and email to prevent any major losses. To safeguard data, it allows scheduled or manual backup on a network or USB. Searches can be by date, time, or recording type, or event and alarm based. It supports 3G connectivity for wireless remote management and monitoring and comes with Matrix DNS Server support, which eliminates the cost of buying a static IP for remote viewing.
The solution comes with centralized management software for monitoring and managing cameras connected to NVRs remotely and centrally.
“Matrix Comsec has introduced this new IP series in its Video Surveillance product portfolio to provide traditional users as well as new users a migration path towards the IP world,” says Kaushal Kadakia, a product owner. “Additionally, the license-based scalability would help [organizations] gradually increase their surveillance infrastructure.”
The overall Matrix IP surveillance solution consists of SATATYA NVR400, centralized monitoring software (CMS), local NVR client, and the mobile viewer.
For more information, visit http://www.MatrixSecuSol.com/nvr.html