FLIR Launches Second Generation FLIR Meridian Network Video Recorder

FLIR Systems, Inc. announced today the second generation of the FLIR Meridian Network Video Recorder (NVR). An all-in-one video surveillance recording system, the second generation product adds a built-in 8-port PoE switch and dual monitor display functionality.

Ideal for small to medium enterprise security systems, the FLIR Meridian NVR’s new built-in 8-port PoE switch and external 8-port PoE switch options allows you to connect up to 24 cameras. With new dual monitor support, users can easily control multiple cameras, quickly browse through recorded footage, and generate detailed reports using FLIR’s built-in United VMS Control Center, or the modernized EZ Client web interface, which is optimized for touch screen monitors.

The FLIR Meridian NVR, which comes pre-configured with FLIR’s Video Management Software (VMS), supports FLIR’s enterprise visible and thermal security cameras, third-party access control systems, and video analytics. When used with the FLIR Quasar and FLIR Ariel visible cameras, FLIR’s adaptive streaming technology allows customers to stream resolutions up to 4K and store 30 days of continuous high-definition (HD) recording.

“The improved FLIR Meridian NVR offers enterprise-grade video surveillance and faster integration out-of-the-box,” said John Distelzweig, Vice President and General Manager of FLIR’s Security segment. “Coupled with our versatile, pre-loaded VMS software, the FLIR Meridian NVR delivers superior video management for smaller, yet equally critical security installations.”  

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