Johnson Controls Launches exacqVision G-Series PoE NVR
The exacqVision G-Series PoE delivers 15 watts simultaneous on all ports, and up to 30 watts on any port, integrating seamlessly with a variety of cameras.
MILWAUKEE — Johnson Controls introduces the exacqVision G-Series PoE, a video recording solution that is said to offer the full sophistication of exacqVision VMS on an affordable NVR, without the hassle of wiring cameras to a power supply.
Well-suited for customers with smaller facilities, this compact NVR delivers 15 watts simultaneous on all ports, and up to 30 watts on any port, integrating with a variety of cameras complemented by plug-and-play setup.
While its footprint is small, this solution allows live video to be viewed directly on the NVR with eight full-HD simultaneous streams at 15fps, providing a high-quality experience when viewing live video or searching stored video, according to the company. Local storage can easily be augmented with exacqVision Cloud Drive storage for customers looking to access critical assets from any location.
With versatile mounting options, the G-Series PoE can be wall-mounted with an accessory, or used on a server rack with a rackmount shelf option to offer installation flexibility. The system ships with free IP camera licenses for four or eight PoE ports, as well as unlimited software updates for three years.
Johnson Controls says using a single vendor for both hardware and software streamlines everything from purchasing, setup and support to minimize complexities and maximize uptime.
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