Concept Pro Recorder 8 Channel Silver HD-IP 25 fps V2
The Concept Pro VHDIP-8V2 is an eight channel professional NVR that can record up to 5 megapixel resolution video footage on all channels. Compatible with all Concept Pro HD-IP system network cameras, the NVR offers a range of features suited for the most security-sensitive requirements including remote monitoring station integration, Smart Storage Compression (SSC), P2P connectivity for remote viewing on smartphone and tablets, and compatibility with the license-free iPims VMS.
Sequrinet enables Installers to add Enhanced Password Control (EPC) to their Professional recorder systems, ensuring our Concept Pro recorders are the most secure on the market. This prohibits the use of easily inﬁltrated passwords by ensuring a user creates their own complex password to access recordings stored using our secure European server.
Smart Storage Compression
Smart Storage Compression (SSC) offers enhancements in recording times by improving control of the streaming rate of IP cameras automatically from the NVR. This guarantees up to 30 days of constant 1080p video recording at 6FPS on a 16 channel VHDIP system with 30TB HDD.
Professional Remote Monitoring
Allowing installers access to repeat revenue streams, remote monitoring integration is available on all Concept Pro professional recorded to stations using Immix Cloud and Sentinel platforms.
iPims-License Free Software
iPims is a powerful, license-free video management software solution that can connect to all Concept Pro professional IP, AHD and Analogue CCTV recorders and record footage from up to 256 recorders regardless of platform.
Secure P2P Networking
Utilising a Secured European server, P2P is the simplest way to connect a Concept Pro professional recorder for remote viewing on smartphones and tablets.
Remote Alarm Outputs
Remote Alarm Output control gives users the chance to choose the appropriate responses to appropriate incidents from the safety of their mobile device. When an alarm is triggered, the user will be alerted via their Concept Pro Viewer app and directed to the alarm outputs section of the app, from there the user has the option of enacting any output they see fit.
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- Colour coded GUI
- Max 15TB HDD Storage
- E-SATA Support
- Reserve Data Management
- Configurable email schedule- 10 periods
- Mouse & Remote Control included
A: GENERAL REQUIREMENTS:
- The Network Video Recorder (NVR) shall be a networkable, hard disk drive storage, recording and retrieval system, providing user-friendly local and IP-based operating interfaces.
- The NVR shall have 8 channels of high quality recording in the H.264 compression format.
- The Internal Hard Disk Drive(s) (HDD) shall provide high quality, continuous digital recording, with an option to record up to 25FPS.
- The NVR shall support system resolutions of 5MP, 4MP, 3MP, 2MP, 1.3MP, D1, 2CIF, CIF.
- The NVR shall be capable of dynamically changing the recording resolution, quality, and recording rate (frame rate) on alarm, motion detection or by a schedule.
- Remote operators shall be able to utilise low bit rate H.264 compression technology to view images across a LAN or over the Internet by using an Internet web browser (Remote Client Web Viewer) or through the ‘Concept Pro Viewer’ app for iOS and Android devices. The unit shall also support a DDNS service to allow remote access over the Internet without the need for a static IP address at the installation site unit and secure P2P connectivity via QR code scan through the mobile app.
- The NVR shall provide remote notification of alarms and events via email. There shall be support for pre-alarm recording to ensure sufficient images are captured before the incident occurs.
- The unit shall also support USB archiving, to allow footage to be transferred to USB memory and mass storage devices.
- The NVR shall digitally watermark all recorded images, to help identify and prevent any tampering.
- The NVR shall provide playback software archived with images along with the required IMM-456 codec for Windows Media Player playback.
- The NVR shall support multi-protocol RS-485 telemetry control, with individual protocol, baud rate and speed control per channel.
- The NVR shall provide time zone selection and support Daylight Saving Time (DST). The unit shall also provide the option for Network Time Protocol (NTP) Server synchronization.
- The NVR shall incorporate a live freeze facility for each camera display. PTZ control, zoom, panic record and playback. This shall be by means of mouse control.
- Live, Playback and Sequence screens shall be configured in a sixteen, eight, quad and single full screen.
B: CAMERA REQUIREMENTS:
- The NVR shall provide RJ-45 POE inputs to connect to up to 8 IP cameras. 8 found locally on the rear on the unit, 8 additional with an included POE Switch.
- The NVR shall provide a user-programmable camera title for each camera, which will be optionally displayed on-screen.
- The NVR shall provide the option to view all or selected cameras, without affecting camera recording. The unit shall also be capable of viewing all or selected covert cameras via a network connection.
- The unit shall have network connection controlled brightness, contrast, tint and colour adjustment for each camera.
- The unit shall include the ONVIF protocols for recommended Pan/Tilt/Zoom dome cameras.
- The unit shall provide on-screen indication on the main monitor if power or video capability is lost from any or all cameras.
C: RECORDING REQUIREMENTS:
- The NVR shall have the capability to simultaneously: record images, archive background images, allow multiple user network viewing and playback with no loss of record performance.
- The NVR shall support four modes of operation; these shall be; Continuous, Motion, Alarm and Panic record. The record rates shall be configurable for each mode of operation.
- The NVR shall provide the option to record at the following frame rate: 25, 13, 7, 3, 2, or 1fps. This shall be individually selectable across all channels.
- The NVR shall contain the following internal hard drive capacities: 3TB, 6TB, 9TB, 12TB, 15TB, 18TB, 20TB, 24TB and 30TB internal hard disk drives to record. The unit shall record to the internal hard disk drives on a first in, first out sequence.
D: MONITOR REQUIREMENTS:
- The NVR shall provide the option of using a VGA or HDMI connection for the main monitor.
E: COMMUNICATIONS AND NETWORKING REQUIREMENTS:
- The NVR shall have a standard 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet connection.
- The NVR shall support remote network access to allow live and recorded viewing, remote configuration or adjustment to settings. This shall be achieved on a networked PC running the iPims video management software or using a web-viewer over a standard Internet browser.
- The NVR shall support usage of external Domain Name Server (DNS) and Dynamic Domain Name Server (DDNS). This will allow remote access to the NVR and eliminate the requirement for a static IP address to be assigned to the installation site. In addition the NVR shall allow a remote connection by means of utilising the unit’s MAC address via the proprietary DVRLINK.NET domain name service. The DDNS host name can be changed to anything as long as not currently in use.
- The NVR shall offer an onboard QR code to allow for automatic connectivity to the ‘Concept Pro Viewer’ iOS and Android application.
- Monitoring and control shall be achieved over Ethernet via the 10/100/1000BaseT network port where supported protocols include TCP/IP.
- The NVR shall support STATIC or DHCP IP assignment.
F: ALARM REQUIREMENTS:
- The NVR shall provide up to 8 alarm input contacts, both through IP cameras with integrated alarm inputs and 2 local inputs from the NVR itself. The NVR shall have the ability for multiple alarms to trigger cameras and/or one alarm to trigger multiple cameras. The contacts shall have individually programmable polarity.
- An internal pre-alarm buffer shall allow the pre-alarm to record above the standard record rate, or when the unit is configured as an event recorder.
- On alarm, pre-alarmed images are downloaded from the pre-alarm buffer to the hard drive and co-located with the alarmed images. The administrator shall be able to define the pre-alarm record rate.
- The NVR shall provide the option to automatically send an e-mail on receipt of an alarm and shall support an alarm database.
- The NVR shall support an option for the main monitor display of the last camera to enter into alarm.
- The NVR shall provide the facility to trigger a telemetry preset on alarm and will support multiple presets on alarm per camera.
- The NVR will have the facility to trigger an alarm if it self detects a hard disk fault or a Faulty Archiving process.
- The NVR shall support a system watchdog, shall have the facility to activate a buzzer on alarm and shall have the facility to activate a buzzer on camera fail.
- The NVR shall provide four relay outputs. The relays output shall be individually programmable for operation and polarity.
G: TELEMETRY REQUIREMENTS:
- The NVR shall support control of PTZ / Dome cameras over the local network.
- Control of these devices shall be available locally using the mouse / on-screen controls or across the network using the iPIMs VMS, Web Browser or ‘Concept Pro Viewer App’
- The unit shall provide the ability to configure the PTZ / Dome camera menus using integrated commands.
- The unit shall provide selectable zoom, ptz, focus & iris speeds. These shall range from 0 being the slowest to 10 being the fastest.
H: AUDIO REQUIREMENTS:
- The NVR shall support audio through compatible IP cameras.
- The NVR shall support simultaneous audio recording and playback in real time.
- Audio shall be controllable over the network using the Remote Client Web Viewer.
I: VIDEO MOTION DETECTION REQUIREMENTS:
- The NVR shall support the facility to enable video motion detection on any video input.
- The NVR shall provide a 22 x 18 masking grid for basic activity detection on each camera view.
- The NVR shall support a number of actions that can be automatically triggered on notification of video motion detection, they shall include: creating an entry in the unit database, changing the record rate or resolution, activate a programmable output, transmit an e-mail, trigger full-screen pop-up on the main monitor and on the Remote Client Web Viewer and activate the system buzzer.
- The NVR shall also have the ability to display the detection area being triggered
J: SEARCH AND PLAYBACK REQUIREMENTS:
- The NVR shall offer on screen VCR-style keys through USB mouse control for: One button touch instant playback, fast forward (and frame advance), fast rewind (and frame rewind) and pause keys.
- The NVR shall have varying speeds of playback both forward and rewind, these shall be: 1x, 2x, 4x, 8x, 8x, 32x & 64x.
- The NVR shall provide the option of searching for event via the following methods: Review a single camera over a period of 24, 12, 8 or 4 hours in a multi screen format and instant playback. Motion search, Pano/Thumb Nail search, frame by frame & event log which can be programmed by event type, time and date and/or camera number, calendar / time-line.
- The NVR shall allow audio playback in full screen mode associated with any single video input.
K: ARCHIVING REQUIREMENTS:
- The unit shall provide a mechanism to archive selected video images, alarm and event log.
- The NVR shall provide a USB connection and an ESATA connection to allow recorded images to be archived to a USB memory stick / mass storage device for the archiving of footage.
- The NVR shall continue to record to internal hard drives while archiving.
- The NVR shall generate a digital watermark of images archived to the CD / DVD, USB or over Ethernet.
- The NVR Backup Player software shall be automatically saved along with the archived images to be replayed from any PC running Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 10 (32bit & 64bit). The IMM-456 codec shall also be saved with the archived images, once installed this shall allow the playback of footage using Windows Media Player.
J: EMAIL NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
- The NVR shall support automatic e-mail upon an event-taking place. The unit shall be capable of notification of the following events on a camera-by-camera basis: Alarm, motion detection and / or camera fail, setup change, hard drive event and booting event.
- The NVR shall supply the following information in each e-mail sent: NVR Site ID, camera number or alarm number.
K: ELECTRICAL / MECHANICAL REQUIREMENTS:
- The Video input connections shall be via a BNC type connector.
- The Monitor outputs shall be via the following: Main monitor shall be through VGA and HDMI Connection.
- The NVR shall have four alarm inputs, 1 single-pole, double-throw (SPDT Relay) & 1 RS485 + and -. These shall be by means of terminal connectors.
- There shall be a RJ-45 connector with connection activity LED’s for Ethernet network connection, this shall be located on the rear of the unit.
- There shall be 2 USB connection port on the front and 1 USB connection port on the rear of the unit.
- The NVR shall have an input voltage of 12VDC.
- The power consumption of the VXH shall be approximately 15W (without Hard Drive).
- The NVR dimensions shall be ‘2U’: 430mm (W) x 367mm (D) x 85mm (H).
- The NVR shall weigh approximately 5.15kg (without HDD).
L: ENVIROMENTAL REQUIREMENTS:
- The NVR operational temperature shall range from 0°C to 40°C.
- The unit shall be operational in a relative humidity range of 10 to 90%, non-condensing.
M: The NVR should be a VHDIP-8V2