Samsung Techwin launches high performance 64 channel NVR

 
Bob Forsyth - Chief Executive Officer at Kings Security Bob Forsyth – Adoption of Technology, or not? Bob Forsyth, Chief Executive Officer at Kings Security, discusses the adoption of technology within the private security industry. Read on »
Alan Chua – When the time is right… In his first blog for Infologue.com, Alan Chua of Concorde Security Pte discusses his views on technology as part of the private security industry.  Read on »
David Ward David Ward – Modern society and modern targets In his latest blog for Infologue.com, David Ward of Ward Security discuss modern society and targets. Read on »
Monday, 11 December 2017

Samsung Techwin launches high performance 64 channel NVR

SRN-4000, 64 channel NVR

SRN-4000, 64 channel NVR

The ability to record in real-time the images from 64 x 2 Megapixel cameras may be impressive, but it is the features that make the SRN-4000 so highly resilient and easy to use that are likely to attract the attention of installers and system integrators who are looking to minimise the total cost of ownership of their clients’ video surveillance systems.

The SRN-4000 is able to simultaneously record and multi-stream the transmission of images at a high bandwidth speed of 400Mbps. It also offers the potential to record and store, via 12 internal hard drives, video captured by 64 x 2 Megapixel cameras for up to 108 days or up to 43 days for the same number of 5 Megapixel cameras. As well as the full range of Samsung Techwin IP network cameras, the SRN-4000 also supports other manufacturers’ cameras which are ONVIF compliant.

The 12 internal hot-swappable hard drives support RAID5 and RAID6 recording which provides protection against unrecoverable read errors as well as whole HDD failure. The SRN-400 also features an iSCSI interface giving users access to very large storage devices, if required.

A lot of thought has gone into the SRN-4000’s on-screen user interface to ensure that it can be configured in only four steps using the ‘Easy Setup’ wizard, whilst cameras can be registered without complication via a quick set up process. The provision of a local monitor output means that a separate PC is not needed to carry out any of these functions. A mouse and a monitor can simply be connected directly to the SRN-4000 and installers can then easily add and set up cameras.

“The SRN-4000 has a long list of features designed to ensure that it is highly reliable and resilient as well as easy to use and operate,” said Tim Biddulph, IP Product Manager for Samsung Techwin Europe Ltd. “Our design engineers have, for example, built in a hard drive ‘Hot Swap’ facility so that recording is not interrupted if a fault occurs, whilst power reliability is enhanced by way of a dual power supply. The SRN-4000 will continue to operate with a single power supply while the failed unit is replaced.”

Fast and efficient searching

The SRN-4000 enables users to quickly find and review video of any incident by using a combination of advanced motion detection as well as video analytics and metadata search options. Images can be searched by classification, e.g. keyword search such as ‘car’ or ‘people’, whilst a heat map feature provides the opportunity to statistically analyse concentrated spots of activity.

Samsung manufactures video surveillance and access control products designed to meet the current and future needs of security professionals. The products utilise  innovative technologies,  many of which are unique to Samsung, which can deliver tangible benefits and outstanding value  to those involved in combating criminal activity, whilst offering time and cost saving advantages to installers and system integrators.

Samsung’s philosophy of delivering Smart Security is reflected in a product portfolio which provides customers with the flexibility to choose the best solution for the job in hand. This choice includes a comprehensive and competitively priced range of analogue cameras, DVRs and monitors, a complete end-to-end IP solutions range, licence-free viewing and recording software, and an impressive line-up of high definition megapixel cameras which incorporate Samsung Techwin WiseNet DSP chipsets to allow the multi-streaming of video whilst putting the user firmly in control of bandwidth management. ‘Hybrid’ options include encoders which provide a cost effective and easy to implement method of adding analogue cameras to an IP/network based video surveillance system.

Samsung Website


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

Interconnective Security Products