Vectis HX combines keyboard, DVR and software

Available in the UK only from Norbain, the Vectis HX range from Siemens encompasses a network keyboard, hybrid digital video recorder and H.264 software platforms. Bridging the technological gap between analogue and IP surveillance capabilities, the Vectis HX range allows for a seamless upgrade to an IP surveillance solution over time. Featuring remarkable HD quality images, the hybrid recording system comes as a 16 or 32 channel model allowing up to 16 standard analogue cameras and 16 IP cameras to be connected simultaneously to a single device. Including direct unit control and PTZ capability and remote access via RAS, internet or smartphone, the Vectis DVR supports ONVIF compatible IP cameras and has a recording speed up to 400ips (analogue) and 100ips (IP) at 4CIF/2MP resolution.

The keyboard is a network system controller which controls both analogue and network devices, it provides both flexibility and scalability for control centres by supporting various components such as DVRs and PTZ cameras. In addition, the ergonomic and compact design enhances usability, making it very comfortable to operate. With a comprehensive range of functions, it allows for remote control over network, is desigend for easy operation with
multi-device control.

The software for IP cameras from Siemens, Vectis HX NVS also provides full remote control capabilities, including PTZ (Pan Tilt Zoom) control. In addition, ONVIF support allows the connection of third-party cameras that are compliant with this widely used open standard. Again there are remote control capabilities, including PTZ (Pan Tilt Zoom) control and it uses the latest H.264 video compression technology to deliver high-resolution images that take up very little hard disk space. The software allows for optimised streaming of images even over network connections with limited bandwidth.


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