Johnson Controls announces the exacqVision Q-Series from Tyco Exacq, which is said to bring together performance and affordability into a single network video recording solution.
With support for up to 24 IP cameras and 16 analog cameras, this solution offers end users the flexibility to choose from IP-only or hybrid systems to incorporate legacy analog and IP cameras into the same system, according to the company.
Apart from its core function as an NVR, the Q-Series doubles as live monitoring station, where operators can watch 16 live, full-HD streams simultaneously at 15 frames per second.
Running on an Intel-based full Ubuntu platform, Johnson Controls says the Q-Series provides the easy support and customization customers expect from an exacqVision system. The system also supports thousands of camera models.
Additionally, customers can take advantage of a single vendor experience for both hardware and software, streamlining everything from purchasing to support.
Additional exacqVision Q-Series features:
- Three-year SSA for ongoing updates at no cost
- Open camera support for thousands of camera models
- Four free exacqVision Professional IP camera licenses and a set of accessories
- Regulatory and trade-friendly, with full NDAA compliance
Earlier this year, Johnson Controls released 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.
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