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ACTi GNR-3000 64-Channel Desktop Standalone NVR

B&H # ACGNR3000 MFR # GNR-3000
ACTi GNR-3000 64-Channel Desktop Standalone NVR

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Product Highlights

  • Manage up to 64 IP Cameras
  • Up to 64-channel Synchronized Playback
  • Instant Playback in Live View Window
  • PTZ & Speed Control
  • Multiple Recording Modes
  • Time- & Event-Based Search
  • Two-Way Audio Capability
  • Multi-Channel Audio Broadcast
  • Customizable User Interface
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You Pay: $2,123.50

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The ACTi GNR-3000 64-Channel Desktop Standalone NVR lets you manage up to 64 IP cameras or video encoders. It supports multiple compression formats like H.264, MPEG-4 and MJPEG up to 5 Mp resolution. The NVR features PTZ (Pan-Tilt-Zoom) and speed control, preset points and tours, and mouse PTZ.

General

Supports H.264 / MPEG-4 / MJPEG formats up to 5 Mp resolution
Live view display layouts for a 4:3 monitor and a 16:9 wide screen monitor
PTZ and speed control, preset points and tours, mouse PTZ
Dual stream management; live view of stream 1 or stream 2 of dual stream devices
Scheduled, event-triggered, and manual recording
Up to 64-channel synchronized playback
Event management with motion detection and DI/DO
Two-way audio, multi-channel audio broadcast

Live View

View Manager: An interface to define display layouts and the pre-set cameras within the layout in public or private view
View Patrol: Automatically switch between different views or devices
View Panel: Contains the list of pre-defined views for quick launch
Camera Tree: Drag and drop the video source from the camera tree into the display layout. It also displays the camera status on the tree
Manual Recording / Snapshot: Instant recording upon mouse click / instant snapshot upon mouse click or hot key
Event Panel: Display event status upon alarm, connection loss, or recovery
Two-way Audio: Audio sound from and to all audio-supported devices; audio broadcast to multiple devices at the same time
Instant Playback: Instant playback in live view window

E-Maps with Camera Icons and Mini Live View

Layout: Area maps with camera icons and small live view windows; hyperlinked
Map Switch and Tour: Manual switch and auto tour modes are selectable
Setup: e-Map image upload; camera positioning; map linking
PTZ Mouse: Mouse PTZ mode to control e-Map video streams

PTZ

Preset Points and Tours: Create preset points; create auto tours between preset points
Joystick: USB-based joystick supported
Default Protocol: Auto-detect camera's PTZ protocol. Available protocols are ACTi, Pelco-P, Pelco-D, Dynacolor, and Visca

Scheduled, Event-Triggered, and Manual Recording

Scheduled Recording: Record videos with a user-defined schedule
Event Recording: Record videos when the alarm event is triggered, including the pre-event buffered video clip
Speed Up: Different recording frame rate settings for non-event and triggered event
Manual Recording: Record instantly with the click of a mouse
Dual Stream Management: Recording of stream 1 or stream 2 of dual stream devices

Search and Playback

Time-Based Video Search: Search video recordings by time or channel
Event-Based Video Search: Search alarm-triggered video recordings
Playback Control: Continuous forward and backward playback with 1x/2x/4x/8x speeds or frame-by-frame with pause or stop functions
Synchronized Playback: Up to 9 channels for local display; up to 64 channels for remote client
Manual Snapshot: Instant snapshot from playback with the click of a mouse
Digital Zoom: Zoom in / out digitally by PiP (Picture-in-Picture)
Video Cropping: Crop a short video clip from a long recording file and save it as an independent file
Video Export: Export video clips in AVI or RAW format; text overlay supported

Event Management

Event Trigger: Video motion detection; Passive IR sensor; External device through digital input; Video loss and recovery; Network loss and recovery; Server loss and recovery; Disk full; Disk not found
Event Response: Record videos; Pop-up window with live videos; Switch to hotspot window; Play beep sound; Activate external device through digital output; Upload snapshots to FTP server; Execute system command to activate other programs; Email notifications with snapshots; Command a PTZ device to go to a preset point
Manual Event: Manually activate external devices through digital output via live view monitor
Scheduler: Define the schedule of event manager

System

Permission Control: Multi-group/users, live view / playback/setup/remote level permission

Remote Access

PC Client Program: User interface program (Workstation) with live view, PTZ, playback, e-Map, event management, and setup
Mobile Client Program: Mobile device application (MobileGo) supports live view, PTZ control, event- or time-based search and playback. Supported devices are iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch
General
Maximum Number of Clients 4 (without local client)
Maximum Number of Cameras 64
Licenses Free: 64
Compression H.264, MPEG-4, MJPEG
Maximum Display Resolution 1920 x 1200
Live View
Display Layout Mode 4:3 Monitor: 1, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 16, 25, 36, 49, 64
16:9 Wide Screen Monitor: 1, 4, 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 35, 48, 64
PTZ
Control Pan, tilt, and zoom controls; speed control; both button and mouse controls
Number of Preset Points 32
Recording Frame Rate Maximum 1920 fps total; Maximum 30 fps per camera
Maximum Recording Throughput 384 Mbps
Storage
Interface Serial ATA
HDD Bay Maximum 5 disks (1 system disk included)
External Storage iSCSi, eSATA, USB mass storage
Operating System Windows 7 standard; embedded
Language Multi-language support
Remote Client PC 1 to 16 Channels: Intel Core 2 Quad 2.4 GHz, 4 GB RAM, 17 to 64 Channels: Intel Core i7-920 2.67 GHz, 4 GB RAM
Integration
Unified Solution Fully compatible with ACTi cameras, encoders, and CMS2.0
Hardware
Port Display: VGA
Ethernet Port 2, Ethernet (1000 Base-T), RJ-45 connector
USB 4x ports; USB 2.0
Approvals FCC (Part15 Subpart B Class B), CE (EN 55022 Class B, EN 55024)
Power Source and Consumption 110 to 220 VAC 50 / 60 Hz, 200 W
Operating Temperature 32 to 104°F (0 to 40°C)
Operating Humidity 10 to 85% RH
Dimensions (WxHxD) 7.90 x 8.00 x 12.00" (20.06 x 20.32 x 30.48 cm)
Weight 8.55 lb (3.88 kg) without HDD
ACTi GNR-3000 64-Channel Desktop Standalone NVR
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  • Limited 3-Year Warranty
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