Hanwha Techwin Wisenet XRN-6410DB4 / mXRN-3210B4

Hanwha Techwin Wisenet XRN-6410DB4 / mXRN-3210B4

Hanwha Techwin America, a global supplier of IP and analog video surveillance solutions, unveiled two new Wisenet X series NVRs that support the industry’s first video playback and recording of up to 8K super-high-resolution images. 8K recording can cover large areas with sufficient pixel density to allow operators to zoom in digitally and investigate image details in real time or forensically and still retain a clear image. 

The new NVRs in the Wisenet X series (XRN-6410DB4/ XRN-3210B4) are scalable to a total of 160TB (Terabytes) of available SATA HDD recording capacity. Both units support a recording bandwidth of 400 Mbps and include dual HDMI video outputs. The NVRs will be available in 64 channel (XRN-6410DB4) and 32 channel (XRN-3210B4) configurations and support simultaneous playback of all channels on a local monitor. The 64 channel (XRN-6410DB4) includes dual redundant power supplies to ensure continuity of recording for mission critical applications. Both models support RAID 5 and RAID 6 configurations which provide redundancy for video storage data.

New UI/ UX features greatly enhance convenience, allowing users to configure events and alarms of all channels or edit each channel from a single page. Users can also mouse over the video for a preview, making video and event search from multiple channels easier than ever. A new bookmark management function allows for easy retrieval and protection of video clips during an investigation.

Integrated with Hanwha Techwin’s Wisenet P series AI cameras, the new NVRs are able to read AI metadata generated by the edge device from deep learning algorithms, enabling operators to quickly search for objects (such as person, face, vehicle and license plate) and attributes associated with them. Support for dynamic events allows the system to receive alarm event triggers based on current license-free analytics as well as new analytics released in the future without requiring a firmware upgrade.

“The new Wisenet X series NVRs demonstrate our industry-leading technological power by offering superb quality images of up to 8K super-high-resolution with precise and efficient monitoring through an integration with AI cameras. The new UI/UX makes analytics configuration across all channels easier and faster than ever before,” said Ray Cook vice president - Products, Solutions, and Integration, Hanwha Techwin America. “With 16 times the resolution of HD, 8K gives organizations an amazing capacity to digitally zoom into large coverage areas without loss of detail.”


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