The beginning of autumn begins very promisingly for the field of video surveillance. This month, Nexcom launched the updated NViS-6308 platform on the 7th generation Kaby Lake processors to the European market. External differences from the predecessor NViS-6220 are practically absent. The NViS 6308 is made in a black colored alloy steel case, 2U high, for mounting in a 19” rack. The main changes are in the computational base. Supported memory format DIMM DDR4 2133/2400 MHz, expandable up to 64 GB.
It is worth noting that the HDMI inputs support resolutions up to 4K inclusive, and DVI-I up to 1920x1080, at a frame rate of 24 Hz. A key feature of the NViS 6308 is support for hybrid technology NVR/DVR. The essence of the technology lies in the fact that the novelty can be used as a digital video recorder, receiving information directly from the cameras, and acting as a network recorder, working as part of the network from which information comes. Thanks to NVR/DVR technology, support for more than 32 video channels has been announced. High-performance processors and a hybrid platform make it possible to deploy large-scale video surveillance of security not only in public buildings, such as shopping and corporate centers, but also in protected facilities such as manufacturing plants and military bases.
Separate attention is worthy of the fact that the novelty is equipped with 8 bays for 3.5” hot-swap hard drives. The working temperature range is from 0...45C. For the power supply, in the NViS-6308 there is an alternating current source with a range of 100-240 V.