The ACTi GNR-2000 Desktop Standalone NVR is a reliable Linux-based surveillance solution that allows you to manage up to 16 network-based cameras or video encoders. This NVR supports recording of IP cameras up to 4 MP and uses H.264, MPEG-4, or MJPEG compression formats. With this NVR, you'll get storage space of up to 10 TB via 5 bays for SATA disks (HDDs not included).
You can select from RAID 1, RAID 5, or RAID 10 configurations to best suit your business requirements. A maximum total frame rate of 480 fps, 30 fps per camera ensures you get high-quality video from all cameras. This NVR allows viewing of video feeds in real time with a window layout that allows viewing of all 16 cameras. Remote viewing of recorded media is possible using a compatible web browser. Advanced control functions such as PTZ and speed control, preset points and tours, and mouse PTZ allow you to easily monitor all possible areas covered by your cameras.
The GNR-2000 NVR supports dual stream management of KCM, TCM, and TCD devices for optimized network transmissions. You can determine the time frame for recording videos and configure it to record certain specific events, thereby saving storage space. Quickly pinpoint a particular video recording with the smart search facility that uses time or a specific event as your search criteria. You can swiftly go through a day's recording with playback speeds of up to 500x.
Various display layout modes allow viewing of feeds from all 16 cameras or watch a single feed on the full-screen mode
Define display layouts and pre-set cameras within layouts with a layout manager
Automatic switch between different display layouts
Drag and drop video source from camera tree into a display layout
Event panel displays event status upon connection loss or recovery between server and client or when the allocated disk space is full
Supports 2-way audio communication with compatible devices
Lets you control your camera with pan, tilt and zoom controls, speed control, and overlay controls
Includes 32 preset points
Supports a USB-based joystick controller
Scheduled recording - Records video with user defined schedule
Event recording - records video when the alarm event is triggered, including the pre-event buffered video clip
Bufferless recording - Event recording without pre-event buffered video clip, no streaming in normal mode, saves bandwidth
Manual recording - Instant recording on a single mouse click
Search & Playback
Time-based video search - Video recordings can be searched via time, channel, or bookmark
Event-based video search - Alarm-triggered video recordings
Activity and status log search – Lets you search for logs of video loss/recovery, network disconnect/reconnect, alarm events, user activity
Manual snapshot - Creates snapshot from playback for export
Zoom in/out digitally by mouse scroll wheel or by zoom control buttons
Allows cropping of short video clip from long recording file and save it as an independent file
Video export - Exports video clips in AVI format, text overlay supported