Vicon Network monitoring
1080P real-time recording and display Built in Power-over-Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af) switch Auto notification with self diagnosis Onscreen Graphical Interface (GUI) for local control Web interface for remote viewing Compatible with ViconNet version 8 and higher
At Security Essen 2012 Vicon introduced with its HDExpress™ a series of embedded plug-and-play Network Video Recorders (NVR) designed specifically for High Definition (HD) IP cameras. There are models with 4, 8 and 16 channels available. The system includes PoE ports for each camera, allowing the NVR to provide power directly to a maximum of 16 cameras. The software automatically detects and configures network cameras, eliminating the need to program any settings in the camera. The HDExpress™ is optimized to work seamlessly with Vicon’s V960 and V992 high definition 1080P cameras. All of the features of the camera can be configured directly through the local user interface, including zoom and focus of the lens. The HDMI 1080P/60 Hz output provides high quality multi-camera display. The high definition graphical user interface provides intuitive controls and is rich with features such as thumbnail searches, event logs, and network connections status dashboard. The operator can choose to use a standard USB mouse or a remote control. Remote access to the NVR is simple with a thin-client HTML interface. iPhone®, iPad®, and Android™ smartphone applications are also available. The embedded Linux® operating system provides a reliable platform, and self-diagnosis features such as HDD S.M.A.R.T and network connection alerts simplify diagnosing problems. Replacement of hard drives is simple with easy access to hard drives. Features include: 1080P60 (1920 x 1080) real-time recording and display Built in Power-over-Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af) switch No programming of network cameras required Auto notification with self-diagnosis (HDD S.M.A.R.T, temperature, network connection status, fan error, etc.) Onscreen Graphical Interface (GUI) for local control Web interface for remote viewing Mobile phone applications (iPhone® and iPad® or AndroidTM OS) Easy export of video to USB storage devices
Vicon Industries Inc., a leading designer and producer of network video management systems, has introduced new pricing for its ViconNet IP video management software, providing free and low-cost options for systems with less than 25 cameras. Software is offered at three levels: ViconNet JUMP, ViconNet ZONE and ViconNet PEAK. All versions are open-platform, supporting third-party ONVIF compliant cameras.ViconNet JUMP supports up to 6 network cameras. Free software may be downloaded from the Company’s website at http://www.vicon-security.com/viconnet-jump-software-registration.htm. There are no per-cameras licensing fees. Compact, low-cost, pre-loaded NVRs are also available. ViconNet ZONE is offered at two levels, supporting either a maximum of 16 or 24 network cameras. Designed for mid-sized systems, competitively priced ViconNet ZONE may be purchased as software only, pre-loaded NVRs, or as part of bundled packages that combine a pre-loaded NVR with a selection of IP cameras. Both ViconNet JUMP and ViconNet ZONE offer all the features and functionality of enterprise-scale ViconNet but can only operate as a single NVR system. Users of these smaller systems maintain the ability to integrate with third-party access control software and make use of Vicon’s virtual matrix display solution. Remote access is available through a convenient browser-based interface. Enterprise-scale ViconNet has been rebranded as ViconNet PEAK and continues to offer support for systems of unlimited size. “With the launch of ViconNet JUMP and ZONE, we look forward to reaching a whole new group of end-users, whose security needs are just as critical but must be supported by lower budgets,” stated Bret McGowan, Vicon Senior V.P. of Sales and Marketing.