Lanner Electronics released the VR-4832 32-channel hybrid DVR with eight internal storage drives and 32 channel H.264 video encoding for enterprise-class network video applications. The Lanner VR-4832 is an all-in-one DVR platform that enables the construction of a sizeable hybrid analog/digital surveillance system with a single server. The VR-4832 simplifies and centralizes complex video networks by allowing all 32 channels of video input to be controlled and accessed from a single location.
Lanner VR-4832 Features
- H.264/AVC codec
- 32 channel Full D1 resolution at 30/25 fps (NTSC/PAL)
- 8 internal 3.5″ SATA II drives
- Socket LGA775 supports Core 2 Duo, Core 2 Quad CPUs
- 4GB DDR2 RAM supported
- VGA, S-Video, DVI-D, 32 channel video looping via BNC connectors
- EyeShot 2000 NVR Control Panel Software
- Windows, Linux support
The VR-4832 hybrid DVR platform is a 4U rack mount server with LGA775 socket for Intel Core 2 Duo and Core 2 Quad CPUs, two DDR2 DIMMs for up to 4GB memory, two GbE LAN ports, six USB 2.0 ports and eight internal 3.5″ SATA II storage drives. RAID levels 0, 1, 10 and 5 are supported in Windows with Intel Rapid Recover Technology.
The Lanner VR-4832 supports 32 channels of NTSC or PAL video via onboard dedicated H.264 encoder. Each channel is capable of compressing a single full D1 video stream and a G.711 audio stream in real time. The VR-4832 also provides two RS-485 inputs for PTZ control and a set of DI/DO terminal blocks for alarm and access control. Other hardware features include a front-facing slim DVD-RW drive, VGA, S-Video and DVI-D video out, 32 channel BNC outputs for video looping and sequential monitoring, and a PCI-E (x1) expansion slot for independent expansion or a hardware RAID controller.
More information: Lanner VR-4832 Network Video Recorder (pdf)