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At GSX 2018 in booth #2341, Hanwha Techwin America, a global supplier of IP and analog video surveillance solutions, will enhance the Wisenet Q series line of cameras with new flat-eye cameras and NVRs. Scheduled for September 2018, the new cameras and recorders offer simple and essential features that are ideal for small- to medium-sized applications.

Improved Bandwidth Efficiency Up To 75%

The Wisenet Q series offers a range of 24 indoor and outdoor dome cameras to meet the needs of a variety of customers looking for sharp and clear image quality at an affordable price, including retail, banking, offices, transportation and more. Available in 2MP and 4MP resolutions, the new flat-eye cameras feature motorized vari-focal lenses, WiseStream and H.265 for improved bandwidth efficiency, 120dB WDR (wide dynamic range), defocus detection, reduced IR reflection and PoE power. The four new models include:

  • QNE-7080RV: 4MP @ 20fps, motorized vari-focal, ivory color
  • QNE-7080RVW: 4MP @ 20fps, motorized vari-focal, white color
  • QNE-6080RV: 2MP @ 30fps, motorized vari-focal, ivory color
  • QNE-6080RVW: 2MP @ 30fps, motorized vari-focal, white color

The QRN NVRs support Hanwha’s WiseStream compression technology to improve bandwidth and storage efficiency for high-resolution images

Wisenet Q Series NVRs

The new QRN NVRs provide high-performance recording solutions yet cost-effective options for smaller installations such as offices and retailers. Customers can save on both installation costs and time by using the Wisenet Q series together with the new Q series PoE NVRs (Network Video Recorders). The PoE ports negate the need for the provision of separate power cables and plug points for each camera or the need for an external PoE switch.

Just like the cameras in the Wisenet Q series, the new QRN NVRs support Hanwha’s WiseStream compression technology to improve bandwidth and storage efficiency for high resolution images.  The QRN-410S 4 channel models support 40Mbps network camera recording. The 8 channel QRN-810S models can record up to 80Mbps, while the 16 channel QRN-1610S models can record up to 128Mbps.

The QRN NVRs provide easy remote access configuration via the Wisenet Mobile App using a QR code. The recorders are fully compatible with Wisenet WAVE VMS (Video Management Software), an extremely easy-to-use and scalable software solution that maximizes the efficiency of Wisenet network cameras and provides the option to seamlessly monitor, expand, and scale its systems.

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