exacqVision™ Video Management System Software

ivtVision ™ – HYBRID NETWORK VIDEO RECORDER
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
SECURITY SYSTEM
DIVISION – 28 ELECTRONIC SAFETY AND SECURITY
LEVEL 1__28 20 00 ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE
LEVEL 2__28 23 00 VIDEO SURVEILLANCE
LEVEL 3__28 23 19 DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDERS AND ANALOG RECORDING DEVICES
PART 2 – PRODUCTS
2.01
GENERAL
A.
The Hybrid Network Video Recorder (NVR) shall have Video Management System (VMS)
software for viewing live and recorded video from analog and IP cameras and video encoders
connected to a local and wide area network. The VMS software shall have a Client-Server
based architecture that can be configured as a standalone VMS system with the Client software
running on the server hardware and/or the Client running on any network connected TCP/IP PC
workstation. Multiple client workstations shall be capable of simultaneously viewing live and/or
recorded video from a single or multiple servers. Multiple servers shall also be able to
simultaneously provide live and/or recorded video to a single or multiple workstation(s).
Included in the cost of the software are an unlimited number of client software applications.
B.
IP Camera and Encoder Support.
The VMS software running on the Hybrid NVR shall have an open architecture supporting IP
cameras and encoders from multiple manufacturers providing best of breed solutions from low
cost entry level features to high resolution megapixel features. A minimum of five (5) IP camera
manufacturers must be supported from leading companies such as ACTi, Arecont Vision, Axis,
IQinvision, Panasonic, Sony and Vivotek.
C.
VMS Client Server Architecture.
The VMS software running on the Hybrid NVR shall be based on a client / server architecture. A
client / server architecture provides a scalable platform, whereby each computer on a network is
a client, server or both a client/server simultaneously.
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VMS Client Software.
A client is a computer system that accesses a (remote) service on another computer by a
TCP/IP network. The VMS Client software displays and searches live and recorded video, audio
and alarms, and administers the VMS Server configurations.
1. There shall be one VMS Client application that shall be installed in two different
configurations depending on the requirements. The VMS Client shall have the same
features, functions and user interface in either configuration. The first client installation
configuration is referred to as a Local Client, meaning the client resides on the same system
that is “local” to the server. The second installation is referred to as a Remote Client,
meaning it is installed on a different computer that is “remote” from the server and is
connected to the server through a local or wide area network. All interaction (viewing live or
recorded video and administration) with the server shall be performed through either the
Local or Remote client.
2. When configuring a server with full administrative privileges with either a Local or Remote
Client all administration and configurations functions shall be identical. By having full
administration and configuration features from a Remote Client, customers and installers
shall save time and money by not being required to administer features where the server
hardware is physically located.
3. At no time during the administration and configuration of any feature of a server from either
a Local or Remote Client shall video recording be required to be disabled.
4. The VMS Client software shall operate on any of the following operating systems:
a. Microsoft Windows Server 2003
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b. Microsoft Windows XP (all versions)
c. Microsoft Windows Vista (all versions)
d. Linux Ubuntu 6.06 Debian Package
e. Mac OSX (operating on Intel CPU)
5. Any combination of VMS Client applications running on any of the above listed operating
systems shall be able to connect to view and retrieve live or recorded video from any of the
ivtVision Server applications running on any of the operating systems listed in 2.01 G below.
As an example, an VMS Client running on Microsoft Windows Vista shall be able to
simultaneously connect to four (4) different VMS Servers all running with a different
operating system, one each running on Server 2003, XP, Vista & Linux respectively.
E.
Client Browser.
A Browser based Client shall have a feature to connect to a VMS Server to display live video.
The Client Browser shall display video on a PC, Mac, Linux PC, PDA, iPhone & CEL phone
using the following browsers:
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Internet Explorer 6, 7 or 8
Firefox 2 or 3
Opera 9 and above
Safari 2 or 3
The Client Browser shall also connect with non-Java script browsers and shall be compliant
with HTML 4.0 (www.w3.org).
F.
VMS Client on Multiple Monitors.
The VMS software shall have the capability to run multiple client applications simultaneously on
one PC workstation with multiple monitors. Up to four VGA monitors shall be configured on a
single PC workstation with one client application running on each VGA monitor. As
decompressing video is CPU-intensive, the PC workstation shall have multiple processors, one
for each VMS client application. The HP PT453A Display Adaptor shall be used to support up to
four VGA monitors. This is an NVidia Quadro-based board that shall have been tested running
the VMS Client with VGA and DVI monitors up to 1920x1200 resolutions.
G.
VMS Server Software.
A server is a computer system that provides services to other computing systems—called
clients—over a TCP/IP network. The VMS Server software shall record and retrieve video,
audio and alarm data and provide it to the VMS Clients upon request. The VMS Server software
running on the Hybrid NVR shall operate on any of the following operating systems:
1. Microsoft Windows XP
2. Linux Ubuntu 8.04 Debian Package
H.
Standalone Client/Server.
A client and server can simultaneously reside and operate on one computer and communicate to
each other through a TCP/IP loop back interface. A loopback address is a special IP address
(127.0.0.1) that is designed for the client and server software to communicate with each other on
the same computer. By combining the functionality of the VMS Client and Server software on
one system, administrators can deploy both standalone and network configurations that can
scale required. The administrator shall have the added benefit of configuring and administering
the VMS server with identical features either locally or remotely.
I.
IP Camera based Motion Detection.
Motion based video recording with the VMS server software shall be based on using the motion
detection alarm (also known as a flag) generated by the IP camera. The motion detection
feature of the IP camera shall generates an alarm whenever movement occurs in the image.
The VMS server software reads the alarm from the IP camera to determine if motion occurred
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then records video. The benefits of using IP camera based motion detection vs. server (host
processor) based motion detection include:
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Reduced server processor speed requirements
Reduced server memory requirements
Reduced processor heat
Reduced CPU processor usage
Increased IP camera connectivity
Increased IP camera throughput
J.
Licensing VMS Software.
The VMS server software shall have a feature to license the MAC address of the server
hardware. Licensing individual IP cameras or encoders shall not be required. Licenses the
server simplifies the installation and management of IP cameras or encoders by eliminating the
need to provide additional MAC addresses for all the individual devices (IP cameras or
encoders). If an IP camera or encoder fails to operate for any reason an administrator shall be
able to add a new IP camera or encoder to the VMS server software without the need to obtain a
new license key.
K.
The VMS server software shall run as a service. If the VMS Client software is shut down the
VMS server software service shall continue to record video and perform all other configured
functions.
L.
Installing and Updating VMS Client Software.
Installing a new release of the VMS Client software shall be easily accessed by clicking on an
icon in the Client software that will connect to a website and give an option to automatically
download the new software. If the most recent version of the VMS software is already installed
a message box will be displayed informing you have the most recent release.
M.
Installing and Updating VMS Server+Client Software.
New releases of the VMS Server+Client software shall be easily accessed from a website.
Download the new VMS Server+Client Installer.exe file to a CD or USB key. Insert the CD or
USB key to VMS hardware. Run the VMS Server+Client Installer.exe from the CD or USB key
and the new VMS Server+Client software will be automatically updated. Restart the VMS
Server software.
HYBRID NVR VIDEO MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SOFTWARE FEATURES
A.
Operating Modes.
The VMS software shall have three main modes of operation depicted by three icons. Clicking
on any of these icons below shall change the mode of operation:
1. Live Display Mode Icon allows users the ability view live video.
2. Search Mode Icon allows users the ability to search for recorded video.
3. Setup Mode Icon allows Administrators and Power Users the ability configure systems.
B.
Live Display Mode Features.
A live display mode shall have features for users to view live video. The live display mode shall
have the following features to navigate and view live video:
1. Layout Icons – shall have features to organize the camera video view panel in the following
patterns:
a. 1 camera (full screen) layout
b. 4 camera (2 x 2) layout
c. 9 camera (3 x 3) layout
d. 12 camera (4 x 3) layout
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e. 16 camera (4 x 4) layout
f. 20 camera (5 x 4) layout
g. 30 camera (6 x 5) layout
h. 48 camera (8 x 6) layout
Navigation Tree – shall display cameras, alarms, monitor & audio icons that are connected
to the VMS server.
Navigation Pane – shall display a hierarchy of cameras, audio input and serial port input
icons organized by Cameras (cameras connected to servers), Groups (logical grouping of
cameras) and Views (Saved live display layouts). Clicking on navigation pane bars shall
switch the navigation tree into the desired navigation tree display.
Video View Panel – shall display video of cameras. Cameras can be dragged from the
navigation tree into the view panel and live video will be displayed. If there are multiple
video view panels in a layout (example: 4 camera (2 x 2) layout), video can be moved
(switched) by dragging video from one view panel to another panel.
About Icon – shall provide information about the version number of the client software.
Help Icon – shall provide context sensitive documentation from the on-line user’s manual
specific to the screen you are viewing.
Show/Hide Navigation Tree Icon – expands the display by hiding the Navigation Tree.
Full Screen Icon – shall enlarge the video display area by hiding the title and task bars.
PTZ Control Icon – shall provide PTZ control which allows you to maneuver a PTZ camera.
Date and Time – shall display the current date and time.
Pan, Tilt & Zoom (PTZ) Controls.
The VMS software shall control PTZ cameras and have features to maneuver both a mechanical
PTZ camera and digitally pan, tilt and zoom on any video. Six methods of controlling a PTZ
camera shall be available:
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PTZ graphics control windows
Live graphic overlay PTZ control icons
PC keyboard control (Up, Down, Left, Right Arrows & Page Up / Down for Zoom In / Out)
PTZ Presets
Digital PTZ
USB Joystick to control PTZ cameras
D.
Auto Replay of Recorded Video from Live Display Mode.
The VMS software shall replay recorded video from the Live Display Mode by right clicking in the
appropriate video view panel and selecting Replay. You will have the option of reviewing video
in increments of 5 or 30 seconds or 1, 5, or 15 minute. Once you select the desired video
replay increment, the Replay window will open and begin downloading the recorded video. A
Scrub Bar will track the progress of the download. The total number of frames in the video
segment as well as the number that have been downloaded will also be displayed in the status
bar. If you wish to stop the download, click the Stop Download button at the bottom of the
window.
E.
Virtual Matrix Switching.
The VMS software shall activate virtual matrix switching by right clicking in one of the live video
panels and selecting Event Monitor from a drop down dialog menu and then selecting a profile
you would like to view. A Virtual Matrix switching shall automatically show video as it is triggered.
For example, if you have a series of entrances, each time an entrance is triggered the video
panel will switch to the camera displaying the most recent motion as it occurs. Virtual Matrix
Switching shall be stopped by right clicking in the active video panel and disabling the active
event monitoring profile.
F.
Event Monitoring.
The VMS software shall activate event monitoring by right clicking in one of the live video panels
and selecting Event Monitor from a drop down dialog menu and then selecting a profile you
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would like to view. An Event Monitoring profile shall bring up a list of events which the user can
click on to view giving you much more control. If you configured your profile for Event Monitoring
mode, an Event Monitoring Box will appear just below a live video panel. You can move it and
resize it as you need. Once a video event takes place, it will be automatically listed in the box.
Using the same entrance example, instead of the video panel automatically switching to the
camera displaying the most recent door opening, the event would be added to a list in the Event
Monitoring Box. You could then click on the item to display the video. This may be useful if a
guard needs to leave the monitor for a period of time. It is also helpful when you have events
occurring on two cameras at the same time. Instead of seeing each event for a split second, you
can view each event for as long as you need to. Event Monitoring shall be stopped by right
clicking in the active video panel and disabling the active event monitoring profile.
G.
Viewing Logical Camera Groups.
The VMS software shall have a feature for viewing logical groups of cameras. The VMS software
shall also have a feature creating camera groups (see Group Setup). This will enable you to
efficiently view cameras in logical order you choose. Once you setup the camera groups, you
shall select the cameras in those groups by clicking on the Group button in the Navigation Pane.
H.
Creating, Saving and Accessing Views.
The VMS software shall have a feature to organize your cameras into preset Views. Select a
Layout button in the Live mode and drag the cameras to the appropriate spot on the Video View
Panel. Once you have the cameras laid out the way you want it, select the save view feature.
Once you have saved your view, you shall access it by clicking the View button from the
Navigation Pane. Select your view from the Live Views Site Tree and the camera layout you
saved will be recreated in the Video View Panel. The VMS software shall have the capability to
create and organize your views into folders.
I.
Video Tours.
The VMS software shall have the capability to automatically cycle through two or more saved
views to create a Video Tour. Select the desired views to add to a tour and type a description of
the tour. A dwell time sets the amount of time, in seconds; each view will remain in the Video
View Panel before cycling to the next view. Once you have named the tour, added the views
and a description, and selected the appropriate dwell time, click the Apply button to save the
settings.
The tour shall be activated by clicking on the saved tour description icon visible in the View
Navigation pane.
J.
Search Mode Overview.
The VMS software shall have features to search for and playback recorded video, audio and
events from a VMS servers. The system must also be capable of performing searches on
multiple camera based on a given criteria. The VMS search software shall have the following
features:
1. Input Selection Tree – select the camera(s), audio input(s) or text data to search.
2. Navigation Pane – displays cameras, video, audio, and events in organized groups and
views.
3. Video Time Line – time line of video that is displayed. The video time line shall be displayed
in increments of 5 minutes, 1, 8 and 24 hours.
4. Zoom In (+) and Zoom Out (-) Buttons – Zooms in and out on the video time line.
5. Camera Selection List – cameras that have been selected with the camera selection tree.
6. Video Cursor – the video cursor is used to select the segment of video you would like to
playback. One click will move the video cursor to a new location. Double click will begin
video playback.
7. Recorded Bar – bars that represent recorded video or audio.
8. Video Playback Controls – there shall be seven playback controls:
a. Play video in reverse fast (double) speed
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b. Play video in reverse in normal speed
c. Stop video play
d. Play video forward in normal speed
e. Play video forward in fast speed
f. Play video forward one frame at a time
g. Play video backward one frame at a time
Calendar – used to select the day of the video search
Start Search Time – used to change the desired time of the video search
Search Button – the search button initiates a new video search based on changes that have
been made in the camera selection tree, calendar, and start time.
Video Playback Window – video window that video is played in.
Export Buttons – Save Picture, Save Video, Print Picture, and Burn to CD or DVD.
Scrub Bar & Scrub Handle – used to quickly scrub back and forth through video.
Stop Download Button – used to stop the down the download.
Multi Camera Search and Playback
In addition to searching and playing back recorded video from a single camera the VMS
software shall have the capability to search for and playback multiple cameras simultaneously.
All video recording shall be played back and displayed in a synchronized multi camera layout as
the video was recorded. Recorded video shall be played back in the following screen layouts:
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4 camera (2 x 2) layout
9 camera (3 x 3) layout
12 camera (4 x 3) layout
16 camera (4 x 4) layout
20 camera (5 x 4) layout
30 camera (6 x 5) layout
48 camera (8 x 6) layout
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Audio Search and Playback.
The VMS software shall have a feature search and playback audio in synchronization with video.
M.
Exporting Files.
The VMS software shall have the capability to export video and audio files. To export a file, you
must first mark the starting and ending point of the video and audio you wish to export. Once
the video and audio has been marked, select the export feature. Once the VMS software has
exported a video and/or audio file it shall have an option to be burned to a CD or DVD. The
VMS software shall give you the option of exporting the file in the following formats:
1. Standalone Exe (*.exe) – includes an executable player with the video & audio data
2. AVI File (*.avi) – Audio Video Interleave is a multimedia container format
3. PS File (*.ps) – Program stream is a format for multiplexing video & audio
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Copy, Save and Print Images.
The VMS software shall also have features to save and print a picture (image). The VMS
software shall have the capability to copy a picture to a clip board and paste it into a document.
When you find the image you need, right click anywhere in the video playback window and
select Copy Image to Clipboard. The image will be stored, and you can paste it into a document.
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Standalone Player.
The VMS software shall have the capability to export video and audio files with an executable
Standalone Player. Double clicking on the executable Standalone Player shall start the
application and open the video and/or audio files. The Standalone Player shall have the
following features:
1. Screen Layouts:
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a. 1 camera – Full screen layout
b. 4 camera (2 x 2) layout – simultaneous multi camera playback
c. 9 camera (3 x 3) layout – simultaneous multi camera playback
d. 16 camera (4 x 4) layout – simultaneous multi camera playback
Video Playback Controls – there shall be seven playback controls:
a. Play video in reverse fast (double) speed
b. Play video in reverse in normal speed
c. Stop video play
d. Play video forward in normal speed
e. Play video forward in fast speed
f. Play video forward one frame at a time
g. Play video backward one frame at a time
Scrub Bar & Scrub Handle – used to quickly scrub back and forth through video.
Camera & Audio Tree – used to select video and audio for playback
File:
a. Open
b. Save Image
c. Copy to Clipboard
d. Save as AVI
e. Print
f. Exit
Options:
a. Show Camera Name
b. Show Timestamp
c. Show Status Boarder
d. Time-lapse Playback Interval
e. Show Camera Tree
f. Show Full Screen
g. Font
Tools:
a. Authenticate- used to verify the video hasn’t been tampered with or corrupted.
A keyed-Hash Message Authentication Code, or HMAC, is a type of message
authentication code (MAC) calculated using a specific algorithm involving a
cryptographic hash function in combination with a secret key. As with any MAC, it may
be used to simultaneously verify both the data integrity and the authenticity of the data.
Right Click on Video:
a. Clear this video panel
b. Digital PTZ
Setup Mode Overview and Features.
The VMS software shall have features for Administrators and Power Users to configure systems.
A Setup Mode shall consist of a hierarchy of icons for configuring the systems also referred to as
a “configuration tree”. Clicking on any of the icons in the configuration tree shall take you to new
screen for configuring the item you selected. The configuration tree shall consist of the following
icons and features:
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My Systems
Adding System
Client Setup
Joystick Setup
Event Monitoring
Group Setup
System Information
System Setup
Add IP Cameras
IP Camera Recording Setup
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IP Camera Setup
Analog Camera Recording Setup
Analog Camera Setup
Audio Input Setup
Trigger Input Setup
Alarm Output Setup
Video Output Setup
Storage Setup
Serial Profile Setup
Serial Port Setup
Notifications
Instant Recall Setup
R.
My Systems.
The VMS software shall have a feature for displaying systems that have been added to the
Client software including the system names, system status (connected or not connected) the IP
address of the systems, licensing status and software subscription status. If there is one
standalone system (VMS Client & Server software running on the same server hardware) you
will see one system listed with this feature. If you have multiple systems configured with the
Adding System feature (see below) you will see the status of multiple systems.
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Adding Systems.
The VMS software shall have features to configure your client application to connect to VMS
servers. Enter your VMS username, password & the IP address of the server and click apply to
connect your client application to the VMS for viewing live and recorded video. Multiple VMS
can be added to the system list. Client applications can connect to multiple servers
simultaneously. Once a system has been added to the Systems List, the Client will automatically
connect to the system. All authorized video viewing; searching and system configuration
functions will be available to your client application.
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Client Setup.
The VMS software shall have features to configure your client software based on your personal
preferences. Personal preferences shall include:
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Live Video Border display status (on or off) & PTZ focus
VGA Acceleration options
Time-lapse Playback Speed
Configuration Icon for Restricted Users (show / don’t show)
Event Button customization
Color customization display options for:
a. Motion Recording
b. Alarm Recording
c. Free Run Recording
d. PTZ Focus
e. Event Monitoring
Joystick Setup.
The VMS software shall have features to configure any standard USB joystick to work with your
VMS Client workstation. There shall be Position Controls that can be adjusted to suit you
personal preferences. The sensitivity of the joystick shall be adjusted by moving the Sensitivity
slide bar to the left, making it less sensitive, or to the right, making it more sensitive. You shall
also have features to alter the north and south movement of the camera or view. When the
Invert Y Axis checkbox is selected, the PTZ camera view shall move north when you move your
joystick down and South when you move it up. This shall be reversed by deselecting the Invert
Y Axis checkbox. The camera or camera view shall zoom in or out by twisting the joystick to the
right or left. You shall configure the joystick to zoom in by twisting the joystick to the right or left,
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depending on your personal preference. When the Invert Rudder checkbox is selected, the
camera will zoom in by twisting the joystick the left and zoom out when it is twisted to the right.
Deselecting the Invert Rudder checkbox will reverse the zoom control. One or more of joystick
buttons shall be programmed by using a drop down menu to select the desired setting:
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PTZ Zoom In/Out
Increase/Decrease PTZ Zoom Speed
Increase/Decrease PTZ Pan/Tilt Speed
Next/Previous Video Panel
View This Camera Only
Toggle Digital PTZ
Traverse the Camera Tree
Go to PTZ Preset Number 1-16
Event Monitoring Setup.
The VMS software shall have features to configure the VMS Client to react to events that take
place in the server or servers to which it is connected. To activate the event monitoring feature,
you must first create and define a new event monitoring profile. A profile shall be a set of
actions (e.g. the playing of live video or an alarm sound) triggered by sources such as video
motion, input triggers, etc. Each profile can then be activated and assigned to a specific video
panel by the user.
There shall be two types of event monitoring profiles:
1. Virtual Matrix.
A Virtual Matrix profile will automatically show video as it is triggered. For example, if you
have a series of entrances in one profile, each time any of the entrances is triggered, the
video panel will switch to the camera displaying the most recent door motion.
2. Event Monitor.
An Event Monitor profile shall bring up a list of events which the user can click on to view
giving you much more control. Using the same Main Entrances profile as our example,
instead of the video panel automatically switching to the camera displaying the most recent
door opening, the event would be added to a list. You could then click on the item to display
the video. This may be useful if a guard needs to leave the monitor for a period of time. It is
also helpful when you have events occurring on two cameras at the same time. Instead of
seeing each event for a split second, you can view each event for as long as you need to.
Once the Event Monitoring Profiles have been created, you shall activate them in the VMS
Client software.
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Group Setup.
The VMS software shall have features to create logical groups of cameras from cameras
connected to a single or multiple VMS servers. The logical groups of cameras shall be
displayed in the navigation tree hierarchy of cameras.
The group setup featured shall be
used when you have multiple VMS servers with a fairly large number of cameras spread across
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a large building or campus that you would like to place in logically named groups such as 1
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floor, 2 floor, and 3rd floor and so on. In this example you might have two VMS servers with 50
IP cameras each, and you have a four story building that you want to place 25 cameras on each
floor. Instead of viewing your cameras as they are physically connected to your VMS server,
you create four named groups consisting of 25 cameras each. It’s much easier for a user to find
cameras when they are located in named groups that match the logical layout of their building.
In addition to monitoring live video, groups shall be used for searching video. In the search
video feature, click on the Groups navigation pane then select the group and search.
X.
System Information.
The VMS software shall have features for displaying system information about users that are
currently logged into the system, plugin file version information number and status, and a system
log. The system log shall be viewed by selecting the start and end date and time and clicking on
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the search button. The system log shall also be export to a file name and open with a text editor.
The system log is a useful tool for viewing a detailed history of all the processes that take place
on the system.
A log settings feature shall give you the ability to set the maximum days that
logged alarms and the system logs are kept on the system.
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System Setup.
The VMS software shall have features to setup VMS server parameters including:
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System Name
Time and Date
Time Zone
Time Server
Network Settings (Hostname, IP Address, Network, Gateway and DHCP status)
Bandwidth Settings
License Key - A license key shall be required to add the number of IP cameras needed for
the system. To obtain your license key you will need to provide your network adapter
hardware MAC address to the VMS software manufacturer. It is a twelve character string
which can be found on the System Setup page. The VMS software manufacturer shall
provide a license key needed to add IP cameras. Once you receive your license key, you
shall enter it by hand in the license key edit fields, or import it from a file.
8. Importing and Exporting System Settings - Every feature in the system that is setup and
configured through the Setup Mode site tree shall have the ability to be imported or exported.
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Add IP Cameras.
The VMS software shall have features to add IP cameras to your VMS server. Once IP cameras
have been added to a list of IP cameras on your VMS server your VMS Client software shall be
able to configure the IP camera settings and view live and recorded video.
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IP Camera Recording Setup.
Once IP cameras have been added to the VMS server the VMS software shall have features to
enable IP cameras to record video, set the recording resolution and set the image per second
(IPS) recording rate. Each IP camera shall be individually set. If a camera has been connected
to a VMS server and the camera is producing a video signal, the VMS Client software shall
automatically detect the video signal. If a video signal is detected it is indicated with a video
detection feature and by default a record enabled feature shall be selected. To disable
recording uncheck the enable check box. The VMS software shall have features to change
individual camera resolutions by clicking on a record resolution drop down menu and selecting
QCIF, CIF, 2CIF, D1, VGA, 1M, 1.2M, 1.3M, 1.9M, 2M, 3.1M and 5M resolutions. Camera
resolutions shall vary depending on the IP cameras selected and added to the VMS server.
AB.
IP Camera Setup.
The VMS software shall have features for configuring individual IP camera settings such as
camera name, on-screen display, PTZ preset settings and tours, digital PTZ presets, video
settings (brightness, contrast, saturation & sharpness), recording quality, compression format
(MPEG4, H.264 or JPEG), pre motion recording, crop window, motion masks (sensitivity,
percentage, include & exclude) and video masks. Some of the settings shall vary depending on
the type, model and features of IP camera selected and added to the VMS server.
AC.
Analog Recording Camera Setup.
The VMS software shall have features to enable analog cameras to record video, set the
recording resolution and set the image per second (IPS) recording rate. Each camera shall be
individually set. If a camera has been connected to a VMS server and the camera is producing
a video signal, the VMS Client software shall automatically detect the video signal. If a video
signal is detected it is indicated with a video detection feature and by default a record enabled
feature shall be selected. To disable recording uncheck the enable check box. The VMS
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software shall have features to change individual camera resolutions by clicking on a record
resolution drop down menu and selecting CIF, 2CIF and D1 resolutions.
AD
Analog Camera Setup.
The VMS software shall have features for configuring individual analog camera settings such as
camera name, on-screen display, PTZ preset settings and tours, digital PTZ presets, video
settings (brightness, contrast, saturation & sharpness), recording quality, compression format
(MPEG4 or JPEG), pre motion recording, crop window, motion masks (sensitivity, percentage,
include & exclude) and video masks.
AE.
Audio Input Setup.
The VMS software shall have features for configuring audio input names and enabling audio
inputs for recording. The VMS software shall install with the audio input disabled due to legal
restraints on audio recording in some jurisdictions. To assign a new, logical name for the audio
input channel, highlight the default name and type the new name. Enable the audio input
channel by checking a record enable box. A listen feature shall allow verification of the audio
input connected to a channel. Check a listen box to hear the audio for the corresponding input
channel. To stop the live audio feed, deselect the listen box.
AF.
Trigger Input Setup.
The VMS software shall have features to configure input trigger names and to set the Normal
State (NO = Normally Open and NC = Normally Closed) of the triggers. You shall assign new
logical names and optionally change the Normal State from the default of NO to NC. You shall
verify the proper operation of the input state by going to the Trigger Input setup screen and
observing the “Status” state, which toggles back and forth between “Normal” and “Alarm”. By
default the “Normal State” is set to NC (Normally Closed). If you trip a sensor by opening the
door you will see the “Status” state toggle from a green ‘NORMAL” to a red “ALARM” indicating
an alarm has been detected. The alarm shall be linked to an action such as recording video or
triggering a relay by use of the Event Linking feature and configuring the desired action.
AG. Alarm Output Setup.
The VMS software shall have features to configure alarm output names and set the Normal
State of the IP cameras output triggers. You shall assign new logical names and change the
Normal State of the Alarm Outputs from the default of Hi (5 VDC) to Lo (0 VDC). The Status is
“NORMAL” in either the Hi or Lo Normal State setting until an event from the Event Linking
feature activates an ALARM status. You shall verify the proper operation of the output state by
observing the “Status” state, which toggles back and forth between “Normal” and “Alarm”. By
default the “Normal State” is set to Hi (5 VDC).
AH.
Video Output Setup.
The VMS software shall have a feature to configure security spot monitors for touring (switching)
between analog camera video in either full, quad (2 x 2), 3 x 3, or 4 x 4 screen display modes.
Select the cameras you would like to include in the tour by clicking on the Camera in Tour check
box. When you click on the check box or camera name, video will be displayed to visually assist
you to select the cameras you want to include. Click on the 1 x 1 Full Screen, 2 x 2 Quad, 3 x 3,
or 4 x 4 radio button to select your display mode. Slide the Dwell Time control to desired length
of time before the monitor switches to the next camera. The Dwell Time range is from 1 to 60
seconds.
AI.
Storage Setup.
The VMS software shall have features to configure your hard drives for video storage. The VMS
software shall be installed on your C: drive and separate disk drives shall be used for video
storage. The video storage disk drives shall be designed for high duty cycle operation as it is
likely that video will be recorded on a continual basis. Disk drives shall be visible during
configuration for review and adjustment. The VMS software shall enable or disable a drive for
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video storage by selecting or deselecting the enabled feature during storage setup. The entire
disk drive shall be used or set an upper limit by adjusting a video space slider. If the C: drive is
used for video storage, set the video space at no more than 90% to reserve space for other
operating system tasks. The VMS software shall have a feature to display the used space that
lets you know how much of the disk drive capacity you are currently using. The VMS software
shall display the status of a healthy or missing disk drive. There shall also be a feature which
indicates the age of the oldest video recorded on this system. The VMS software shall have a
feature to take a periodic snapshot (time lapse recording) even if the cameras are set to record
upon motion or alarm. Configure to the desired time lapse increment and then select the Hours,
Minutes, or Seconds feature. Selecting zero will disable this feature.
AJ.
Serial Profile Setup.
The VMS software shall have features for creating and viewing transaction profiles so character
strings such as cash register receipts, ATM transactions or access control transactions can be
viewed with live or recorded video. Event keyword shall trigger a system alarm or action when
certain character strings is read by a serial port. Recorded video shall be searched and
retrieved using a search serial feature.
AF.
Serial Port Setup.
The VMS software shall have features to configure serial ports on your VMS server so that they
can be used to communicate with serial devices such as point of sale (POS) terminals or pan-tiltzoom (PTZ) cameras. Once the serial device is connected to the serial port with a cable the
serial port shall be configured. The VMS software shall provide a choice for configuring the
serial port including Unused, POS (Point Of Sale), or PTZ (Pan Tilt Zoom). Generally, a POS
option is used to record transactions from a cash register. The PTZ option is used to control the
motion of a PTZ camera. The VMS software shall default to unused until it is configured. Once
the serial port has been selected for Use, a unique name shall be assigned to the port, such as
express lane. The Baud Rate, Data Bits, Stop Bits, Parity, and Flow control must match the
devise you are connecting. Check the User Manual for the devise you are using to determine
the appropriate settings and use the VMS feature to set your selections.
AL.
Notifications.
The VMS software shall have features to configure an e-mail server and message profile that will
send an email message when an event occurs. Once you have configured the e-mail server and
message profile you will need to go to the Event Linking feature (below) to configure the events
that will cause an email message to be sent. The E-mail Server Configuration feature is where
you configure the outgoing SMTP mail server that you will use to send email from the VMS
server.
AM. Instant Recall Setup.
The VMS software shall have a feature to export a video segment from specific cameras or
audio inputs to a CD or DVD upon an input trigger or other event being activated. The software
shall also send an email or text message notifying a contact that the input trigger has been
activated. The VMS software shall have a feature to create a profile that will determine the
number of minutes of recorded video you want to export before and after the instant recall is
activated. Once the profile has been created go to the Event Linking feature (below) to link the
profile to the type of event that will cause the video and audio segment to be exported.
AN.
Event Linking.
The VMS software shall have features to connect different types of events such as an input
triggers to a desired action such as recording video or triggering an alarm. An Event
<Activates> an Action and is stored in a database for you to quickly find. The reason for linking
an event to an action is to create a logical relationship between your physical security devices to
improve your ability to quickly search and find them when an event occurs. Event linking helps
to narrow the information you are searching for. The VMS software shall have the following
event types:
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Video Motion
Video Loss
Input Trigger
POS Port
POS Profile
Health
IP Camera Connection
Manual Event-Soft Trigger
AO. The VMS software shall have the following action types:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
AP.
None
Record Video
Output Trigger
Output Video 1
Notify – email & text notification
Instant Recall
PTZ Preset
Pre and Post Triggers shall be used to trigger some action types before and/or after the event
occurs. For example, if a door opening is set to trigger video recording, a Pre and/or Post
Trigger can be set to capture the video for up to 100 seconds before and/or after the door
opened.
AQ. Event Buttons.
The VMS software shall have a feature to assign manual events or soft triggers to event buttons.
When an event button has been assigned an event such as turning on a light, the VMS software
shall activate the light by manually clicking on an event button.
AR.
Schedule.
To maximize the amount of storage on your VMS server, you shall schedule camera, audio and
event recording based on your individual needs. For example, you may want continuous record
video during business hours, but after business hours you may want your cameras to record
based on motion or a specific event. The VMS software shall have a feature to configure your
camera and event recording schedule. The VMS software shall ship with Motion (Blue)
recording as the default schedule because this is the most common and efficient (disk saving)
way to record video. The default Event schedule is shipped Enabled (Red) so that when events
are setup in the Event Linking feature (above) they will automatically function once created.
There shall be four modes of video recording:
1.
2.
3.
4.
AS.
There shall be four scheduling features:
1.
2.
3.
4.
AT.
Motion (Blue) means video is recorded when motion is detected
Free Run (Green) means video is continually recorded nonstop
Alarm (Red) means video is recorded when there is a triggering event
Off (White) means video is not recorded at this time
Day – customize the recording schedule by day
Camera – customize the recording by camera
Event – enables or disables events for a particular time and day
Audio – customize the audio recording schedule
Users Setup.
The VMS software shall have features to add or delete users to and from the VMS server. The
User Setup screen is also where you set a users group access level and the cameras they have
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access to viewing. Once a user has been added to the system he/she will have the ability to
login to view live and recorded video. Adding a new user to the VMS server shall consist of
creating a username, password and group access level (also know as privileges or access
rights). Users shall be assigned to one of four groups that have different level of access to
system features. The four group access levels are:
1. Administrator: Has access to all features of the system.
2. Power User: Has access to all features except adding or deleting users.
3. User Admin: Has access to viewing live video, searching recorded video and
the ability to add and delete users.
4. Restricted:
Has access to viewing live video and searching recorded video.
2.03
HYBRID NETWORK VIDEO RECORDER HARDWARE FEATURES
A.
The ivtVision Hybrid server hardware shall be capable of running either the Microsoft XP Pro or
Linux operating systems.
B.
The ivtVision Hybrid NVR server shall be capable of simultaneously recording, displaying and
playing back digitized video from analog and IP cameras. Models shall be available with 4, 16
and 32 analog inputs. 8 IP camera licenses shall be included in the base price of the system at
no additional cost. IP camera licenses shall be expandable to 64 licenses.
C.
The ivtVision Hybrid server shall have recording resolutions of CIF, 2CIF, and D1 and shall be
user selectable for each individual analog camera attached to the server. Standard resolution
and high resolution mega-pixel IP cameras shall also be selectable. MPEG-4 ASP or MJPEG
video compression format shall be user selectable on any camera. Video recording shall be
available at up to 30 images per second per input channel depending on IP camera type and
server model selected.
D.
The ivtVision Hybrid server shall have video outputs for multi-monitor and spot monitors touring
(switching) between analog camera video in either full, quad (2 x 2), 3 x 3, and 4 x 4 screen
display modes.
The ivtVision Hybrid Server shall be capable of recording line level audio, with synchronous
video playback as well as playing live audio from any single audio channel selected.
E.
Each ivtVision Hybrid Server shall have TTL alarm inputs, TTL alarm outputs and a relay output.
F.
Each ivtVision Hybrid Server shall have RS485/422/232 serial port capabilities to communicate
with serial devices such as point of sale (POS) terminals and automated teller machines (ATM).
Once the serial device is connected to the serial port with a cable the serial port shall be
configured. Transaction data shall be received from each serial device into a text database and
associated with recorded video. User shall be able to search transaction data to locate the
associated video.
G.
Each ivtVision Hybrid Server shall have a RS485/422/232 serial port capable of communicating
with pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) cameras.
H.
Each ivtVision Hybrid Server shall have a 1Gbit 1000Base T RJ-45 Ethernet connection for
networking to Remote PC ivtVision Clients. Multiple servers shall be accessible by multiple
clients located anywhere on the network. Each server shall record video, audio, and text while
displaying live video or playback video. In the event that there is no client actively attached to the
server, the server shall continue to record video and audio, monitor events and all other server
functions.
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2.04
I.
Recorded video shall be triggered by built in motion detection, an external input device, or in
continuous record mode. A 24x7 scheduler shall allow individual cameras to be configured in 1
hour increments as to which trigger mechanism will be utilized. Video shall be recorded to
internal hard drives.
J.
Each server shall have the capability of automatically exporting a predetermined time frame of
video to the internal server DVD/CD device upon an external trigger input connected to the
server or by depressing a specific switch on the server. Such input shall export to the DVD/CD
device a user defined amount of video and video camera source both pre and post event
schedulable to the maximum capacity of the DVD/CD media selected.
K.
Each server shall have the ability to link specific events in an “if-then” scenario. Linked events
types shall include video motion, video loss, input trigger, POS port, POS profile, button input,
and temperature. Sources of these events shall be any camera connected to the specific server.
Action from these events shall include record video, record audio, enable output trigger, output
video, notify (send e-mail), and output video to DVD.
L.
Server hardware shall have an internal DVD/CD device that will allow the server to export video
clips to the device in Standalone.Exe (*exe), AVI Files (*.avi) and PS Files (*ps) formats.
M.
A Raid 5 option shall be available consisting of a 4U chassis and eight hot swappable hard
drives. The Raid 5 option shall be internal to the server and shall provide notification of a drive
failure to the administrator.
N.
Each ivtVision Hybrid Server shall have a watchdog system that monitors the system and
automatically reboots the system should it lock-up or fail to operate.
ivtVision SPECIFICATIONS AND MODEL NUMBERS
A.
Desktop Hybrid Server.
All Desktop Servers shall have the following specifications:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
Dimensions (L x W x H):
Weight:
Input Voltage:
Power Consumption:
Video Standard:
Recording Resolution:
a. CIF
b. 2CIF
c. D1
Compression:
Alarm Inputs:
Alarm Outputs:
Serial Connections:
NIC:
USB2 Ports:
Audio Inputs:
Hard Drive Storage:
VGA Output
Keyboard & Mouse:
Watchdog Timer:
DVD/CD RW:
Operating System:
Operating Temperature:
Relative Humidity:
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120 VAC
250 watts
NTSC (30ips) or PAL (25ips)
352 x 240
720 x 240
720 x 480
MPEG-4 ASP or MJPEG by camera
8 TTL inputs - screw terminal
1 relay output - screw terminal
RS-485 PTZ port
1Gbit 1000Base T RJ-45
5 (2 front, 3 rear)
1 audio input - screw terminal
Enterprise Class (see models below)
1 VGA
Yes
Yes
Front panel access
Windows XP Pro, Linux - optional
40° -95°F (4.5° – 35°C)
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B.
In addition to the specifications listed above, each hybrid server shall have unique features
defined by the number of analog inputs, images per second per input and hard disk storage
capacity described below:
C.
Desktop Hybrid Server @ 120 ips – 4 Analog + 8 IP Inputs:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
E.
Analog Inputs:
Looping Outputs
Analog Outputs
IP Camera License:
Model Numbers:
a. DT-160812-0500
b. DT-160812-1000
c. DT-160812-2000
d. DT-160812-3000
e. DT-160812-4000
16 analog inputs @ 120 ips
No
1 mux output
8 IP licenses included upgradeable to 64
Hard Disk Drive Storage Capacity:
500GB drive
1000GB drive
2000GB drive
3000GB drive
4000GB drive
Desktop Hybrid Server @ 480 ips – 16 Analog + 8 IP Inputs
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
G.
4 analog inputs @ 120 ips
No
1 mux output
8 IP licenses included upgradeable to 64
Hard Disk Drive Storage Capacity:
500GB
1000GB
2000GB
3000GB
4000GB
Desktop Hybrid Server @ 120 ips – 16 Analog + 8 IP Inputs:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
F.
Analog Inputs:
Looping Outputs
Analog Outputs
IP Camera License:
Model Numbers:
a. DT-040812-0500
b. DT-040812-1000
c. DT-040812-2000
d. DT-040812-3000
e. DT-040812-4000
Analog Inputs:
Looping Outputs
Analog Outputs
IP Camera License:
Model Number:
a. DT-160848-0500
b. DT-160848-1000
c. DT-160848-2000
d. DT-160848-3000
e. DT-160848-4000
16 analog inputs @ 480 ips
No
1 mux output
8 IP licenses included upgradeable to 64
Hard Disk Drive Storage Capacity:
500GB drive
1000GB drive
2000GB drive
3000GB drive
4000GB drive
2U Rackmount Hybrid Server
All 2U Rackmount Servers shall have the following specifications:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Dimensions (L x W x H):
Weight:
Input Voltage:
Power Consumption:
Video Standard:
Recording Resolution:
a. CIF
b. 2CIF
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120 VAC
250 watts
NTSC (30ips) or PAL (25ips)
352 x 240
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8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
c. D1
Compression:
Alarm Inputs:
Alarm Outputs:
Serial Connections:
NIC:
USB2 Ports:
Audio Inputs:
Hard Drive Storage:
VGA Output
Keyboard & Mouse:
Watchdog Timer:
DVD/CD RW:
Operating System:
Operating Temperature:
Relative Humidity:
720 x 480
MPEG-4 ASP or MJPEG by camera
16 TTL inputs - screw terminal
15 TTL outputs and 1 relay output - screw terminal
RS-485 PTZ port
1Gbit 1000Base T RJ-45
6 (2 front, 4 rear)
1 audio input - screw terminal
Enterprise Class (see models below)
1 VGA
Yes
Yes
Front panel access
Windows XP Pro, Linux - optional
40° -95°F (4.5° – 35°C)
5 – 95% RH (non-condensing)
H.
In addition to the specifications listed above, each hybrid server shall have unique features
defined by the number of analog inputs, images per second per input and hard disk storage
capacity described below:
I.
2U Rackmount Hybrid Server @ 120 ips – 16 Analog + 8 IP Inputs
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
J.
16 analog inputs @ 120 ips
16 analog looping outputs
1 mux output & 1 spot output
8 IP licenses included upgradeable to 64
Hard Disk Drive Storage Capacity:
500GB
1000GB
2000GB
3000GB
4000GB
5000GB
6000GB
2U Rackmount Hybrid Server @ 480 ips – 16 Analog + 8 IP Inputs
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
K.
Analog Inputs:
Looping Outputs
Analog Outputs
IP Camera License:
Model Number:
a. 2U-160812-0500
b. 2U-160812-1000
c. 2U-160812-2000
d. 2U-160812-3000
e. 2U-160812-4000
f. 2U-160812-5000
g. 2U-160812-6000
Analog Inputs:
Looping Outputs
Analog Outputs
IP Camera License:
Model Number:
a. 2U-160848-0500
b. 2U-160848-1000
c. 2U-160848-2000
d. 2U-160848-3000
e. 2U-160848-4000
f. 2U-160848-5000
g. 2U-160848-6000
16 analog inputs @ 480 ips
16 analog looping outputs
1 mux output & 1 spot output
8 IP licenses included upgradeable to 64
Hard Disk Drive Storage Capacity:
500GB
1000GB
2000GB
3000GB
4000GB
5000GB
6000GB
2U Rackmount Hybrid Server @ 240 ips – 32 Analog + 8 IP Inputs
1. Analog Inputs:
2. Looping Outputs
3. Analog Outputs
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4. IP Camera License:
5. Model Number:
a. 2U-320824-0500
b. 2U-320824-1000
c. 2U-320824-2000
d. 2U-320824-3000
e. 2U-320824-4000
f. 2U-320824-5000
g. 2U-320824-6000
L.
2U Rackmount Hybrid Server @ 960 ips – 32 Analog + 8 IP Inputs
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
L.
8 IP licenses included upgradeable to 64
Hard Disk Drive Storage Capacity:
500GB
1000GB
2000GB
3000GB
4000GB
5000GB
6000GB
Analog Inputs:
Looping Outputs
Analog Outputs
IP Camera License:
Model Number:
a. 2U-320896-0500
b. 2U-320896-1000
c. 2U-320896-2000
d. 2U-320896-3000
e. 2U-320896-4000
f. 2U-320896-5000
g. 2U-320896-6000
32 analog inputs @ 960 ips
No
2 mux outputs & 2 spot outputs
8 IP licenses included upgradeable to 64
Hard Disk Drive Storage Capacity:
500GB
1000GB
2000GB
3000GB
4000GB
5000GB
6000GB
4U Rackmount Server
All 16 and 32 input 4U Rackmount Servers shall have the following specifications:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
Dimensions (L x W x H):
Weight:
Input Voltage:
Power Consumption:
Video Standard:
Recording Resolution:
a. CIF
b. 2CIF
c. D1
Compression:
Alarm Inputs:
Alarm Outputs:
Serial Connections:
NIC:
USB2 Ports:
Audio Inputs:
Hard Drive Storage:
VGA Output
Keyboard & Mouse:
Watchdog Timer:
DVD/CD RW:
Operating System:
Operating Temperature:
Relative Humidity:
(25.55” x 19.0” x 7.0”) (64.897 x 48.26 x 17.78 cm)
31.70 – 35.10 lbs. (13.0 – 14.6 kg)
120 VAC
500 watts
NTSC (30ips) or PAL (25ips)
352 x 240
720 x 240
720 x 480
MPEG-4 ASP or MJPEG by camera
32 TTL inputs - screw terminal
30 TTL outputs and 2 relay output - screw terminal
RS-485 PTZ port
1Gbit 1000Base T RJ-45
6 (2 front, 4 rear)
4 audio inputs - screw terminal
Enterprise Class (see models below)
1 VGA
Yes
Yes
Front panel access
Windows XP Pro, Linux - optional
40° -95°F (4.5° – 35°C)
5 – 95% RH (non-condensing)
In addition to the specifications listed above, each hybrid server shall have unique features
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M.
4U Rackmount Hybrid Server @ 480 ips – 16 Analog + 8 IP Inputs
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
N.
Analog Inputs:
Looping Outputs
Analog Outputs
IP Camera License:
Model Number:
a. 4U-160848-4000-RAID5
b. 4U-160848-5000-RAID5
c. 4U-160848-6000-RAID5
d. 4U-160848-7000-RAID5
e. 4U-160848-8000-RAID5
f. 4U-160848-010T-RAID5
g. 4U-160848-012T-RAID5
h. 4U-160848-014T-RAID5
i. 4U-160848-016T-RAID5
16 analog inputs @ 480 ips
16 analog looping outputs
1 mux output & 1 spot output
8 IP licenses included upgradeable to 64
Hard Disk Drive Storage Capacity:
4000GB; 3000GB Usable
5000GB; 4000GB Usable
6000GB; 5000GB Usable
7000GB; 6000GB Usable
8000GB; 7000GB Usable
10000GB; 8000GB Usable
12000GB; 10000GB Usable
14000GB; 12000GB Usable
16000GB; 14000GB Usable
4U Rackmount Hybrid Server @ 960 ips – 32 Analog + 8 IP Inputs
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
P.
16 analog inputs @ 480 ips
16 analog looping outputs
1 mux output & 1 spot output
8 IP licenses included upgradeable to 64
Hard Disk Drive Storage Capacity:
4000GB
5000GB
6000GB
7000GB
8000GB
10000GB
12000GB
14000GB
16000GB
4U Rackmount Hybrid Server – RAID-5 Storage@ 480 ips – 16 Analog + 8 IP Inputs
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O.
Analog Inputs:
Looping Outputs
Analog Outputs
IP Camera License:
Model Number:
a. 4U-160848-4000
b. 4U-160848-5000
c. 4U-160848-6000
d. 4U-160848-7000
e. 4U-160848-8000
f. 4U-160848-010T
g. 4U-160848-012T
h. 4U-160848-014T
i. 4U-160848-016T
Analog Inputs:
Looping Outputs
Analog Outputs
IP Camera License:
Model Number:
a. 4U-320896-4000
b. 4U-320896-5000
c. 4U-320896-6000
d. 4U-320896-7000
e. 4U-320896-8000
f. 4U-320896-010T
g. 4U-320896-012T
h. 4U-320896-014T
i. 4U-320896-016T
32 analog inputs @ 960 ips
No
2 mux output & 2 spot outputs
8 IP licenses included upgradeable to 64
Hard Disk Drive Storage Capacity:
4000GB
5000GB
6000GB
7000GB
8000GB
10000GB
12000GB
14000GB
16000GB
4U Rackmount Hybrid Server – RAID-5 Storage@ 960 ips – 32 Analog + 8 IP Inputs
1. Analog Inputs:
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3.
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5.
Q.
Looping Outputs
Analog Outputs
IP Camera License:
Model Number:
a. 4U-320896-4000-RAID5
b. 4U-320896-5000-RAID5
c. 4U-320896-6000-RAID5
d. 4U-320896-7000-RAID5
e. 4U-320896-8000-RAID5
f. 4U-320896-010T-RAID5
g. 4U-320896-012T-RAID5
h. 4U-320896-014T-RAID5
i. 4U-320896-016T-RAID5
No
2 mux outputs & 2 spot outputs
8 IP licenses included upgradeable to 64
Hard Disk Drive Storage Capacity:
4000GB; 3000GB Usable
5000GB; 4000GB Usable
6000GB; 5000GB Usable
7000GB; 6000GB Usable
8000GB; 7000GB Usable
10000GB; 8000GB Usable
12000GB; 10000GB Usable
14000GB; 12000GB Usable
16000GB; 14000GB Usable
4U Rackmount Server
All 48 input 4U Rackmount Servers shall have the following specifications:
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Dimensions (L x W x H):
Weight:
Input Voltage:
Power Consumption:
Video Standard:
Recording Resolution:
a. CIF
b. 2CIF
c. D1
Compression:
Alarm Inputs:
Alarm Outputs:
Serial Connections:
NIC:
USB2 Ports:
Audio Inputs:
Hard Drive Storage:
VGA Output
Keyboard & Mouse:
Watchdog Timer:
DVD/CD RW:
Operating System:
Operating Temperature:
Relative Humidity:
(25.55” x 19.0” x 7.0”) (64.897 x 48.26 x 17.78 cm)
31.70 – 35.10 lbs. (13.0 – 14.6 kg)
120 VAC
500 watts
NTSC (30ips) or PAL (25ips)
352 x 240
720 x 240
720 x 480
MPEG-4 ASP or MJPEG by camera
8 TTL inputs - screw terminal
1 relay output - screw terminal
RS-485 PTZ port
1Gbit 1000Base T RJ-45
6 (2 front, 4 rear)
1 audio input - screw terminal
Enterprise Class (see models below)
1 VGA
Yes
Yes
Front panel access
Windows XP Pro, Linux - optional
40° -95°F (4.5° – 35°C)
5 – 95% RH (non-condensing)
In addition to the specifications listed above, each hybrid server shall have unique features
defined by the number of analog inputs, images per second per input and hard disk storage
capacity described below:
R.
4U Rackmount Hybrid Server @ 1440 ips – 48 Analog + 8 IP Inputs
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2.
3.
4.
5.
Analog Inputs:
Looping Outputs
Analog Outputs
IP Camera License:
Model Number:
a. 4U-48081440-4000
b. 4U-48081440-5000
 8272
48 analog inputs @ 1440 ips
No
3 mux output & 3 spot outputs
8 IP licenses included upgradeable to 64
Hard Disk Drive Storage Capacity:
4000GB
5000GB
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g.
S.
CE and FCC, Class A and B (all models)
WARRANTY
A.
2.07
Analog Inputs:
48 analog inputs @ 1440 ips
Looping Outputs
No
Analog Outputs
3 mux outputs & 3 spot outputs
IP Camera License:
8 IP licenses included upgradeable to 64
Model Number:
Hard Disk Drive Storage Capacity:
a. 4U-48081440-4000-RAID5
4000GB; 3000GB Usable
b. 4U-48081440-5000-RAID5
5000GB; 4000GB Usable
c. 4U-48081440-6000-RAID5
6000GB; 5000GB Usable
d. 4U-48081440-7000-RAID5
7000GB; 6000GB Usable
e. 4U-48081440-8000-RAID5
8000GB; 7000GB Usable
f. 4U-48081440-010T-RAID5
10000GB; 8000GB Usable
g. 4U-48081440-012T-RAID5
12000GB; 10000GB Usable
h. 4U-48081440-014T-RAID5
14000GB; 12000GB Usable
i. 4U-48081440-016T-RAID5
16000GB; 14000GB Usable
CERTIFICATIONS
A.
2.06
6000GB
7000GB
8000GB
10000GB
12000GB
14000GB
16000GB
4U Rackmount Hybrid Server – RAID-5 Storage@ 1440 ips – 48 Analog + 8 IP Inputs
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
2.05
4U-48081440-6000
4U-48081440-7000
4U-48081440-8000
4U-48081440-010T
4U-48081440-012T
4U-48081440-014T
4U-48081440-016T
3 year parts and labor
REMOTE CLIENT REQUIREMENTS
A.
Remote PC Requirements.
The VMS client software shall operate on the following minimum requirements:
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B.
Processor:
Intel® Celeron® Processor 420 at 1.6 GHz or greater
Graphics:
1280 x 1024 x 32 bits
RAM:
1GB
NIC:
10/100/1000BASE-T Ethernet
Hard Disk:
80 GB Serial ATA drive
Operating Systems:
a. Microsoft® Windows 2003 Server (or)
b. Microsoft® Windows XP (all versions) (or)
c. Microsoft® Windows Vista (all versions) (or)
d. Microsoft® Windows 7 (all versions) (or)
e. Linux Ubuntu 6.06 Debian Package
Multi Monitor PC Requirements. (4 VGA monitors at up to 1920x1200 resolution)
The VMS client software shall operate on the following minimum requirements:
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1. Processor:
Quad Core Intel® Xeon Processor E5300 (1.86GHz, 2 X 4MB L2, 1066) or
greater.
2. Graphics:
HP PT453A Display Adaptor
3. RAM:
2GB
4. NIC:
10/100/1000BASE-T Ethernet
5. Hard Disk:
80 GB Serial ATA drive
6. Operating Systems:
a. Microsoft® Windows 2003 Server (or)
b. Microsoft® Windows XP (all versions) (or)
c. Microsoft® Windows Vista (all versions) (or)
d. Microsoft® Windows 7 (all versions)
C.
Remote MAC Requirements.
The VMS client software shall operate on the following minimum requirements:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Processor:
Graphics:
RAM:
NIC:
Hard Disk:
OS:
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Intel® 1.83 GHz Core Duo or greater
1024 x 768 x 32 bits
1GB
10/100/1000BASE-T Ethernet
80 GB Serial ATA drive
Mac OS X
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