Norbain SD, one of Europe’s most successful distributors of CCTV, IP Video, access control and intruder detection equipment, will now distribute the ND8301 Network Video Recorder (NVR), a cost-effective, managed IP CCTV solution from VIVOTEK.
Typically, a network video recorder contains no dedicated video capture hardware, and this is what makes ND8301different. As it has a local HD monitor output, on which images of the highest quality can be viewed, there is no need for another computer to view the video from the unit.
The unit can be easily configured for IP, HDD and more with the help of the setup wizard. Hence, the IP camera company claims it is the easiest NVR to use to date.
By using the company’s professional central management software, VAST, the entire surveillance system can be simply and effectively managed using LiveClient and Playback programs.
It has a dual-core Intel (News - Alert) Atom processor and is equipped with two removable HDDs that increase backup efficiency. It is also compatible with iViewer for remote access on handheld devices.
“Utilizing VIVOTEK's state-of-the-art IP Network Cameras has now become even easier. Users can now build a completely scalable, high performance wired or wireless IP Surveillance System that can effectively monitor and protect valuable assets,” noted Tim Field, business development manager for VIVOTEK at Norbain.
With the ND8301, VIVOTEK has once again shown its commitment to the industry by providing cutting-edge technology to ensure that its U.K. customers have access to a state-of-the-art, end-to-end solution offering 24/7 recording of IP cameras, at up to 5 megapixels.
It serves the lower end of the market, from the consumer to the small and medium-sized business, by offering a wide range of inexpensive IP cameras.
Recently, the QNAP Viostor network video recorder series figured among the first VMS platforms to support Vivotek's new FE8172/72V 5-megapixel fisheye camera, which can provide the greatest coverage with the finest details for excellent surveillance footage.