Video surveillance system with 16 channel recording from Qnap

QNAP announced a new addition to its VioStor line of Network Video Recorders. The VS-4016U-RP VioStor NVR is a video surveillance system that can simultaneously record video from up to 16 IP cameras on the network and is a solution designed for a medium/large office building, shopping mall, or manufacturing facility where rack mounting is desirable.

The embedded surveillance system allows each channel of video recording to have it own monitoring parameters including continuous recording, motion detection recording, time-scheduled recording, alarm recording, and even pre-alarm and post-alarm recording. The intelligent video analytics allows for foreign object detection, object removal detection, and camera out-of-focus or obstruction. Security personnel can also easily search the video logs by date/time, motion event, video analytics, or timeline.

The VS-4016U-RP incorporates 4 hot-swappable hard drives (not included) with up to 8TB of total video recording capacity and includes high performance RAID 0/1/5/6/5+ Spare support capable of recording from up to 8- Megapixel IP cameras for recording video in M-JPEG, MPEG-4, MxPEG and H.264 formats. The VS-4016U-RP is inherently reliable, incorporating a redundant power supply that kicks in if the other should fail, and includes 2 Gigabit LAN ports with fail-over and load balancing support that provides redundant network connectivity. Because the VioStor does not utilize a PC, the system is energy efficient and cost effective.

The VS-4016U-RP comes with QNAP’s latest firmware version 3.1.0 which adds a number of new features including intelligent video analytics, digital watermarking of video files, auto cruising, and SMS & emails alerts. The new firmware also offers scalability, allowing multi-server monitoring for up to 120-channels of video surveillance monitoring from multiple QNAP VioStor servers connecting an entire enterprise together. The new firmware version 3.1 is applicable to the entire VioStor NVR series.

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