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08/01/2017

Tyco releases Exacqvision all in one recorder

London, UK

For those who require the additional freedom of using a browser or App, the M-Series NVR can be accessed from any Web Browser.

Tyco Security Products has introduced the new Exacqvision M-Series, a cost-effective network video recorder which is designed to make IP CCTV easy to install and easy to use.

The Exacqvision M-Series is designed for surveillance systems needing up to 8 cameras; the integrated PoE ports, video management system and client are all contained within the 4 or 8 IP camera server, so no external and costly PoE switch is needed. There are no camera licenses to purchase or apply as the M-Series is fully licensed out of the box, which adds to the ease of installation.

With up to 8 IP cameras per system, users can choose to view the live and recorded video in a way that best suits their needs. Both the on-board client and free remote client enables the user to administer their system as well as the video. For those who require the additional freedom of using a browser or App, the M-Series NVR can be accessed from any Web Browser and from the Exacq Mobile App available for IOS and Android devices.

“It’s always our goal to provide the most cost-effective, intuitive video solutions to our customers,” said Stuart Bettle, Video Product Marketing Manager, EMEA, Tyco Security Products. “The Exacqvision M-Series does exactly that – bringing unique PoE camera management and dependable video recording performance at a price point that is appealing to smaller applications.”

Like all Exacqvision recording solutions, the M-Series is easy to set-up as the intrinsic Exacqvision Easyconnect feature automatically finds, assigns and addresses Illustra and other brands of IP cameras to the network. This enables installers to take advantage of the plug and play system architecture of the M-Series, significantly reducing installation time and the need for an in-depth knowledge of IP.


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