Dm Launches Netvu Remote Viewing
Posted by Security Electronics and Networks | @Articles CCTV | May 23, 2006, 7:00am AEST
Designed to have minimal installation requirements, the NetVu Console consists of a traditional telemetry KBS3A keyboard and a single channel decoder unit, which, when combined with a standard monitor provides a remote viewing point on the CCTV system such as a guard station in the outer reaches of a building complex. The solution is simply connected to any NetVu Connected DVR or Server via an IP connection.
Key features of the NetVu Console include: the ability for up to 256 cameras to be controlled and monitored from one remote point; IP to analogue conversion so composite monitors can be used; simple network connection via Ethernet; NetVu Connected technology supports integration with other NetVu connected products; transparent telemetry control through an associated DVR; a 3-axis joystick for pan, tilt and zoom functionality; an onboard LCD identifies the connected unit name and number and additional telemetry buttons ensure that 3rd Party PTZ or dome cameras can be accessed and controlled via the keyboard.
Pauline Norstrom, Worldwide Head of Marketing at Dedicated Micros said: “With the NetVu Console we are delivering an extremely flexible embedded solution so additional control stations can be rapidly deployed for operators/security guards – with ruggedised, advanced, joystick control of networked CCTV – without the need to retrain.
“We see the NetVu Console as bridging the gap between the security and IT worlds, providing an opportunity for installers and end users, new to the IP environment to lever the benefits of networked CCTV without the associated learning curve.”