S2 NetVR 500
Hybrid VMS ideal for leveraging legacy analog infrastructure
S2 NetVR 500 is a hybrid video management system that supports up to 32 analog cameras and up to 32 IP cameras. Real-time video monitoring and recorded video playback are accessible from a client or mobile app. The system supports up to 16TB of video storage.
S2 NetVR 500 is available as a stand-alone system and can also tightly integrate with S2 NetBox access control systems. Real-time video surveillance and recorded video playback are unified with the activity log in the user interface. Additional features include on-screen PTZ controls and integration of live video views into floor plan graphics. By clicking on an icon in the activity log, users can instantly play back recorded video associated with an event and save it to the case library.
For organizations that want to leverage legacy analog infrastructure and newer IP technology, S2 NetVR 500 is an ideal solution. In larger deployments, multiple S2 NetVR 500 servers can be managed with the S2 Magic Monitor client or connect to a single S2 NetBox controller, allowing the system to easily scale with organizational growth.
|JBOD||JBOD||JBOD||RAID 5||RAID 5 or 6||RAID 5 or 6||JBOD||RAID 5 or 6||RAID 5 or 6|
|Storage Mount||Fixed||Removable||Removable||Hot Swap||Hot Swap||Hot Swap||Fixed||Hot Swap||Hot Swap|
|Processor||Intel Core i3||Intel Core i3||Intel Xeon E3-1220v5||Intel Xeon E3-1220v5||Intel Xeon E3-1220v5||Intel Xeon E3-1220v5||Intel Core i3||Intel Xeon E3-1240v5||Intel Xeon E3-1240v5|
|Ethernet Ports||2||2, expandable to 4||2, expandable to 4||2, expandable to 4||2, expandable to 4||2, expandable to 4||2||4||4|
|100 Mbps||200 Mbps||400 Mbps||400 Mbps||400 Mbps||400 Mbps||200 Mbps||800 Mbps||800 Mbps|
The Video Designer allows you to define your video project requirements and determine which S2 video solution will meet your needs. S2 certified systems integrators can also sign in to save their video projects or quote a solution.
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