Panasonic introduced its new full-featured i-Pro NVR
[ Gaius Bak 2008-04-10 ]  

LAS VEGAS, USA (AVING Special Report on 'ISC West 2008') -- <Visual News> Panasonic Security Systems introduced a new network video recorder at ISC West. The i-Pro WJ-ND400 NVR can record up to 64 network cameras simultaneously with multi-format recording in MPEG-4 and JPEG to deliver recording performance on par with today’s high resolution IP cameras.

"Panasonic is committed to providing the best on the network," said Julianna Benedick, Group Manager of Marketing, Panasonic System Solutions Company. "The new i-Pro WJ-ND400 NVR is engineered to accommodate the HD image performance of today’s megapixel IP video surveillance cameras.”

With built-in motion detection and filtered search, the WJ-ND400 offers 2x and 4x digital zoom on live or recorded video, Panasonic camera control for pan/tilt, zoom, focus, brightness, preset position and auto mode, with quick IP setup for Panasonic i-Pro network cameras.

Up to 9 hot-plug hard disk drives can be installed for maximum on-board storage capabilities, and up to 16 clients can monitor and control the WJ-ND400 simultaneously. Eight recording programs can be set for each individual camera, with camera assignment of 1 to 8 groups for easy browsing. Multiple display modes and flexible playback controls facilitate monitoring of images. An embedded real-time operating system offers supreme reliability, while RAID5/6 provides redundant recording for data security.

"Panasonic will continue to offer industry leading solutions for network, hybrid and analog systems as part of our multi platform systems solution," said Ms. Benedick. "Throughout the ongoing evolution of surveillance technology, dealers and end-users can count on Panasonic for quality and reliability."

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