The new recorders ensure full compatibility with the 2000 series cameras.
This applies to advanced analysis of image content, including the detection of line crossing, zone violation, appearance and disappearance of the object, face and people detection, and counting people. The results of counting people are embedded in the image or available in the form of simplified statistics, locally or via a browser. The recorders also support fisheye cameras from the 2000 series, which enable the monitoring of closed areas without dead zones.
The most commonly used fisheye camera control mode allows you to display a general view (circular) and four or eight windows with desired scenes. The recorders support IP cameras (both video and audio) with resolutions up to 8 Mpx. The H.264 or H.265 compression algorithm is used, and the video material is recorded in real time. Four- and eight-channel recorder models allow powering all connected cameras with the PoE method. The eight- and sixteen-channel recorders also have an eSATA output allowing to expand the archive using the NV-5000EST-H4 disk array.
The complement is the RxCamView application for mobile devices with the Android or iOS operating system and the NHDR-5000 Viewer application for devices with the Windows operating system. These applications, previously used to support AHD recorders, now allow combining many different video surveillance systems in a single graphical interface.