Honeywell Expands Performance Series IP NVR

Honeywell expanded its line of Performance Series IP embedded network video recorders (NVRs), giving customers more flexibility when designing customized IP video systems. Now available in eight or 16 channel models, the embedded NVRs are compatible with Honeywell’s equIP Series and Performance Series IP cameras, broadening options for IP-based surveillance systems.

“Making the transition to IP cameras doesn’t have to be a big hassle – or a big burden on customers’ wallets,” said John Smith, Honeywell senior product marketing manager. “Our line of embedded NVRs enables security dealers to provide high-definition IP video surveillance solutions tailored to customers’ unique channel capacity needs at a cost-effective price point.”

Customers can select from a wide range of IP cameras, including Honeywell’s recently released equIP Series S line of cameras – featuring pancake, indoor dome, rugged dome, bullet and box cameras ranging from 720p to 5 MP – as well as the Performance Series 1080p IP ball and bullet cameras.

An intuitive setup wizard and Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) plug-and-play functionality reduces system installation time and costs. Customers can tailor the amount of video captured and retained by adding up to eight terabytes of internal storage. The NVRs can be programmed to send automatic email alerts when the system detects motion, network failures, alarm inputs and tampering. Apple and Android mobile apps allow business owners to view video from web-enabled devices, including laptops, tablets and smartphones, providing peace of mind from virtually any location.

In addition to the eight and 16 channel models, the Performance Series IP line of embedded NVRs includes four-channel NVRs available in bundled kits with four ball or bullet style high-definition 1080p IP cameras. The full line of Performance Series IP embedded NVRs are available through security dealers across North America.

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