The new Samsung Techwin SRM-872 mobile network video recorder has been engineered to withstand the rigorous conditions experienced on buses, trams, trains, and trucks. Developed in response to increasing demand from the transport sector for robust IP network based solutions, the SRM-872 network video recorder, working in conjunction with two Samsung Techwin camera models which have also been specifically designed for the transport sector, offers a highly effective ‘mobile’ ONVIF compliant video surveillance monitoring and recording solution.
The SRM-872 NVR enables safety and security personnel to review latency free, high definition images of fast moving objects when an emergency or incident needs to be investigated. It achieves this by recording the images captured by 2 megapixel cameras at 60 frames per second through a recording bandwidth of 64Mb, which ensures image edges are kept sharp and clear, and it can do so simultaneously across all of its eight channels.
Built-in GPS allows for location data to be recorded and whilst a hot-swappable 2.5” HDD can easily be removed for the purposes of backing-up video evidence. The SRM-872 also supports 3G/WiFi modules for “on the move” video retrieval. The compact size of the SRM-872 provides the option to conveniently locate it on or below the vehicle’s console and a built-in PoE switch minimizes installation time.
With a built-in heater for low temperature (-25ºC) environments the SRM-872 has been approved for use by the European Railway industry and has been certificated conformant to the EN-50121-3-2, EN-50121-4, EN-50155, EN-61373 and EN-609050-1 standards. […]Source: securityworldhotel.com