When looking at video recorders for a new installation or a system upgrade, there are several different questions you need to ask. Do you plan on recording IP cameras, encoders or analog security cameras? What if you need to record all three? How many locations can you simultaneously stream live or recorded video? Is the video recorder compatible with cameras already in place? How many different cameras or feeds can the recorder's server handle? While these are just a few of the many questions you'll ask your client or yourself, exacqVision's newly released A-Series Video Recorders address all of these concerns and more through performance, reliability and capacity.
- Continuously record up to 550 Mbps of video for high concentration of high definition analog and IP cameras
- Stream up to 1,800 frames per second of live/recorded video to web/mobile clients
- Stream live/recorded video up to 100 simultaneous PC clients
- Optional quad network interfaces for fastest archiving or mass client performance
- Minimize system boot time and failure risk with a high reliability solid-state operating system drive
- Continuous duty video recording grade hard drives optimized for reduced vibration and heat
- Uninterrupted operation and video preservation in event of one drive failure via optional 4U RAID5
- Protects against single power failure with optional 4U redundant power supplies
- Monitors hardware health in exacqVision client and with email/text notifications
- Record up to 64 IP cameras and 64 analog cameras per video server
- Includes 4 or 8 IP camera licenses
- Compatible with thousands of IP camera models from leading manufacturers like Illustra, Axis, Arecont and more
- Store up to 32TB of video
- Expandable to over 1.6PB with S-Series networked storage
- Compatible with all exacqVision video recorders and video management software for maximum scalability
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Today’s enterprise data centers are rapidly reaching their limits in terms of networking capacity and physical space. With cabinet and rack systems designed to fit every facility’s unique and changing needs, optimizing the space in the data center will ultimately accommodate greater network functionality for your growing business. The cornerstone of any data center is the rack and cabinet foundation it is run from- the right data center storage solution greatly impacts security and available space, along a host of other factors.
Great Lakes Case and Cabinet offers a compact and space saving solution with the WM Series Wall Mount. Multiple mounting options, including an optional indoor pole kit, allows industrial control panels and network equipment to be set up in areas where space is limited. With security in mind, independently locking front and rear sections allow more controlled access. The design, which features a swing out center section, permits easy wiring and maintenance.
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Eaton's new 4Dimension strut system changes how installers will build and install support systems for electrical, mechanical, plumbing, HVAC and data centers in new and retrofit commercial and industrial applications. The revolutionary strut profile design and innovative accessories help installers compress project schedules and cut material costs without sacrificing load while increasing configuration flexibility.
- Four-sided functionality
- Superior strength, lighter weight for improved performance
- Modular design provides versatility
- SH hole accepts 5/8" hardware
- Innovative fitting solutions with virtually hundreds of possibilities
- Ideal for new and retrofit applications
- Meets or exceeds MFMA standards
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Are you looking to achieve a clean looking, high resolution A/V installation without cable clutter at the source or the display? Quiktron's RapidRun Optical Flying Leads are your ideal solution. These pre-terminated break-away flying leads are powered with USB at the display side, which allows the source side to be clean of excess cables and because they run on fiber cabling they ensure high quality connections for HDMI, DVI, and DisplayPort displays.
TE Connectivity's Quareo physical layer management is an end-to-end solution, combining hardware and software elements to provide accurate visibility on the state of the physical network at all times. We've delved into the benefits of the Quareo system in a previous blog post, so today we'll dive even deeper and look at the individual components of the system.
Q2000 SERIES NETWORK PANELS
Quareo Technology Q2000 series network panels allow network personnel to view, manage and audit the physical layer. This means, for the first time, the physical layer is now subject to the same compliance policy as higher layers of the network. With 70% of network outages attributed to errors made in the physical layer, TE introduces a new category of products. Simply put, Quareo enables managed connectivity using connection point identification (CPID) technology.
A media converter is an adaptable device used to connect two different media types, like copper and fiber optic cabling. Transition Networks offers media converters that operate as transceivers, allowing network devices to be connected using existing equipment and can extend your current network. The x4120-1048 is part of the ION Family of products, and is available in Stand Alone or Chassis Card. Keep reading below for features and benefits of choosing Transition Networks Media Converters.
As mobile devices continue to transform industries from education to healthcare, a new set of problems has emerged. With so many tablets and laptops, it becomes difficult to safely store, quickly charge, and sync information on all of these high-value devices. Understanding the challenges that accompany the widespread use of these devices, Tripp Lite has come up with a variety of Charging Stations specifically for Tablets (USB) and Chromebooks (AC).
Leviton has just announced a new solution for IP device installations where traditional wallplates are difficult to install or installation is not possible. These two innovative In-Wall and In-Ceiling brackets help support LAN connections for IP devices, while providing testable and permanent locations. Brackets are ideal for wireless access points (WAPs), IP clocks, and security cameras, but can support a large range of other IP devices.
The new In-Wall and In-ceiling brackets offer not just a fixed location for data connectors, but offer other advantages for commercial networks, such as more reliable connections that can be tested immediately.
The evolving story for data center owners and consumers over the past few years has become a familiar one at this point - more devices, requiring faster connection speeds and higher bandwidth have been continually released, and industry data centers are now scrambling to keep up with the pace of digital expansion. While Category 6A twisted-pair copper cabling received much attention when first launched in 2005, the slow adoption to 10 Gb/s capacities that exceeded minimum requirements has contributed to these LAN bottlenecks and demand for higher performance. The following considerations are trends that haven't escaped notice of industry standards bodies, and leading manufacturers like Belden:
If you're attending ISC West in Las Vegas April 15th-17th, be sure to stop by Arteco Booth #27103 and Samsung Techwin Booth #14709, where Arteco is featured as a VMS (Video Management Software) Partner of Choice. Both booths will showcase the infinite possibilities of the ARTECO Next VEMS (Video Event Management Software). Be there to see all of ARTECO Next’s new and exciting features, the just-released onboard LPR App available exclusively on Samsung LPR cameras, the powerful Arteco Verity video intercom system, and the feature-rich supervision environment, an innovative solution that combines video management and video analytics to security systems and building automation devices through an intuitive-yet-robust dynamic maps feature.
In the event you're unable to see Arteco in action at ISC West, please allow us to introduce you to this innovative brand! Arteco's mission is to make the interoperability between systems, devices and different types of applications more intuitive and easier than ever imagined. From video security, access control, intrusion and fire detection to building automation, traffic control, parking management and beyond, Arteco's focus has opened up new and interesting opportunities in logistics, health care, critical infrastructure, transportation and large retail environments.
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