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Pelco Endura SM5200 System Manager (16TB)

Pelco Endura SM5200 System Manager (16TB)

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Pelco Endura SM5200 System Manager (16TB)

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The Pelco Endura SM5200 System Manager is a network appliance that serves as the system management component of the Pelco Endura system. The SM5200 manages the discovery and registration of all Endura components and cameras on the network. When registering Pelco cameras and encoders, it acts as a secure key server. Acting as a secure public/private key exchange allows Pelco video encoders and cameras to securely sign compressed video. This can be used to authenticate video from the source as needed for law enforcement agencies or other evidentiary requirements.

The SM5200 System Manager monitors the health and functionality of all components on the network. Device diagnostics are logged in its database. In addition, the system manager logs user activities such as logon, logoff, alarm response, and initiation of video export. As a management server, the SM5200 hosts user rights and permissions. Credentials are authenticated with the SM5200’s database before allowing a user to log onto any Endura client. Endura clients work in conjunction with user configurations stored in this distributed system management to expose functions and language preferences configured for each role and user account. This improves operator efficiency and minimizes training requirements. It can also interact with an LDAP server supported by Microsoft Active Directory for user authentication, providing single sign-on capability for security operators.

The manager hosts the Endura Script Manager, allowing scripted responses to be executed on a given alarm condition, a programmed schedule, or by manual initiation. The unit also hosts an NTP server, enabling it to act as an NTP proxy between an atomic or GPS-based NTP server and the components on the Endura network. In the absence of an external NTP server, the system manager can act as the time source for Endura cameras and servers; however, the system will be subject to time drift inherent with COTS servers. It also provides a DHCP server that can issue and manage DHCP addresses and leases for Endura components and cameras on the network.

The SM5200 is designed for the demands of a mission critical surveillance system. To ensure continuous uptime, the system manager is equipped with two solid state drives (SSD) containing the operating system in a RAID 1 configuration. In addition, redundant fans and the option of RAID 5 storage for exported video content provide insurance against hardware failures that could compromise data integrity. Users can also configure a series of up to 24 SM5200s to act in a failover capacity; the members of the failover cluster can be prioritized to take over system management responsibilities should the primary unit fall offline.

Dual Gigabit Ethernet network ports allow the system manager to act as a proxy between two networks, enabling network administrators to manage the impact of surveillance video on shared network links. Network port 1 is available for Endura network traffic. Network port 2 supports IPv6 and is used for remote access only.

The unit provides a browser-based interface for remote video viewing with minimal overhead. Administrators with appropriate permissions can enable or disable remote access to the system manager through the WS5200 Advanced System Manger (not included), and limit the bandwidth available from the server to remote browsers through the system manager’s web interface. This allows administrators to effectively manage the impact on shared networks. For security purposes, all remote access is initiated using HTTPS over a configurable, secure port. Administrators can also grant or limit user access to remote live view, search, playback, and export functions. A browser-based status dashboard provides vital diagnostic information on the health of the system. Administrators with the proper credentials can remotely view the status of the hardware and configure the SM5200 through a web browser.

Integrated SNMP services can also provide network administrators with hardware and software status information. The system manager’s web interface allows users to stream live or recorded video in either motion JPEG or H.264 formats. Its online, real-time transcoder can convert up to 16 high resolution, high bit rate IP streams from megapixel cameras into MJPEG frames, enabling users to stream video from compatible browsers without installing additional software. Installing the Pelco Media Plugin allows users to stream full-quality H.264 video directly from the system manager through their browser. The system manager can serve up to 32 H.264 streams and 16 MJPEG streams simultaneously.

A single user can view up to 16 streams of live video footage across network bandwidths as low as 256 kb/s. On networks limited to 128 kb/s, users can view up to four feeds in a 2 x 2 window. Users with appropriate credentials can also search for recorded video on Pelco NSM5200 units by camera, time, date, and recording triggers (manual, continuous, motion, or alarm). Search results can be viewed in a 1 x 1 interface with standard play, pause, fast-forward, and rewind functions, as well as a scrub bar to quickly pinpoint the segment of video required for an investigation. Recorded video segments can also be exported through the web interface. Video clips exported from the Endura network are automatically stored on the SM5200’s integrated storage array for safekeeping and future download. Videos are stored in the proprietary PEF format. This is the native format of the cameras involved and ensures that videos retain their original resolution and authentication signatures, supporting their use for evidentiary purposes.

Manages Endura IP video management system
Administers rights and privileges for all Endura users
Stores and administers secure keys for system level security
Logs errors and alarms
Provides DHCP address management for Endura components
Functions as a time server (NTP) for all devices on the Endura network
Supports failover services for system redundancy
Acts as a gateway, providing access to Endura over a public network
Includes web interface for easy configuration 1
Online video transcoder supports browser-based access to cameras and low bandwidth networks
Browser interface supports live view, search, playback, and video export
Includes 16 TB of storage in a RAID 5 configuration to host exported video
Supports IPv6 over public-facing network interface
Browser interface supports H.264 video using the Pelco Media Plugin (PMP) 2
UPC: 700880330203
In the Box
Pelco Endura SM5200 System Manager (16TB)
  • 6' US Power Cord
  • 2 x Bezel Key
  • Rack Mount Kit
  • USB Flash Drive for System Migration
  • Limited 3-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    System
    Processor Intel Xeon E3-1275 v3
    Operating System Embedded Linux
    Internal Memory 16 GB DDR3 RAM ECC
    Internal Storage SSD: 120 GB
    HDD: 16 TB

    Drives 1 and 2 are SSD drives operating in a RAID 1 array, mirroring the operating system
    Drives 3 to 6 are HDDs operating in a JBOD or RAID 5 configuration, depending on the number of drives

    USB Ports 3 x USB 2.0 ports (1 x front, 2 x rear)
    2 x USB 3.0 ports (rear)
    Network Interface 2 x Gigabit Ethernet RJ-45 ports (1000Base-T)
    Supported Web Browsers Microsoft Internet Explorer 9, Mozilla Firefox 8, Google Chrome 17 or later

    To access the system manager over IPv6 using Mozilla Firefox, the IPv6 address must be resolved through a DNS server or through the host file on the local machine.

    Controls/Indicators
    Buttons Power
    Indicators Power: Blue
    Unit Status: Green, amber, red
    Network Port 1: Green, amber, red
    Network Port 2: Green, amber, red
    Software Status: Green, amber, red
    Drive Status (6X): Green, amber, red
    Power
    Power Input 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, autoranging

    All power cables are 3-prong, molded connector.

    Power Supply Internal
    Power Consumption 110 VAC / 60 Hz: 223 W, 2.03 A, 761.4 BTU/H
    115 VAC / 60 Hz: 215.5 W, 1.87 A, 735.7 BTU/H
    220 VAC / 60 Hz: 204.1 W, 0.93 A, 696.8 BTU/H
    Environmental
    Operating Temperature 50 to 95°F (10 to 35°C)
    Storage Temperature -40 to 149°F (-40 to 65°C)
    Operating Humidity 20 to 80%, non-condensing
    Maximum Humidity Gradient 10% per hour
    Operating Altitude -50 to 10000' (-15 to 3048 m)
    Operating Vibration 0.25 G at 3 Hz to 200 Hz at a rate of 0.5 octave/minute
    Certifications & Approvals CE, Class A; meets EN50130-4 standard requirements, FCC, Class A, UL/cUL Listed, C-Tick, S-Mark for Argentina, CCC, KCC, U.S. Patent D527,390
    Physical
    Dimensions (D x W x H) 20.0 x 17.1 x 3.5" (50.8 x 43.4 x 8.9 cm)
    Weight 41.8 lb (18.9 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 53.35 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 27.0 x 24.0 x 11.0"

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