Pioneers in Mobile Video Solutions

P i o n e e r s i n M o b i l e Vi d e o S o l u t i o n s
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SerVision
SerVision IP-Based Security Systems
A global leader in security communication technologies,
SerVision Ltd. develops and manufactures advanced and
fully integrated video recording and transmission systems
for the security and transportation sectors. SerVision’s
portfolio includes a multi-functional range of Digital Video
Recorders (DVRs) with video-streaming capabilities over
cabled, wireless, and cellular IP networks, providing the
world’s best available video transmission for cellular
networks and bandwidth- limited environments. SerVision’s
About SerVision
Established in 2000, SerVision has a world class R&D team
with extensive experience in the wireless communications
industry. The company invests significant resources in
custom-tailoring solutions for large-scale projects. Its team of
technicians is always available to provide immediate assistance to
customers and to provide on-site support when needed. Based in
Jerusalem, Israel, SerVision has offices in the United States and
is listed on the London Stock Exchange (AIM).
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video gateway systems support a number of highly
innovative features including SMS and e-mail notification of
sensor-triggered events and remote monitoring of sites from
control centers, smartphones and other mobile devices.
These functions allow users to monitor their premises from
anywhere in the world, at any time, and give them the
option to respond in real time to prevent security breaches.
Select models support connectivity over GSM, CDMA, and
WiFi networks for wireless video transmission, making them
fully mobile and ideal for easy transport or installations
inside moving platforms. Other advanced features like bidirectional audio, encrypted video transmission, and GPS
functionality (for mobile units) are also available.
SerVision’s versatile DVR portfolio has been used for a large
range of applications in the defense, security, commercial
and transportation sectors. Its systems have been installed
in or on public buses, security vehicles, trains, construction
zones, public utility and commercial sites, international
borders, governmental buildings, warehouses, financial
institutions, private residences, and more.
Products
SerVision Products
SerVision security systems comprise two main components:
•Video Gateways: Powerful, standalone and highly modular
servers that are installed on-site and are compatible with
standard CCTV equipment. These units combine fullfeatured DVR functionality with state-of-the-art compression
and transmission capabilities. A range of models that are
optimized for a variety of applications and environments,
including large industrial sites, smaller commercial and
residential locations, and moving platforms, is available.
All SerVision security systems feature:
•Client Applications: Software that is installed on third-party
devices - such as desktop or laptop PCs, smart phones and
tablets - and is used to download and play live and recorded
video from video gateways.
Connections between video gateways and client applications
can be established through a variety of types of IP-based
networks - the Internet, cellular networks, LANs, and
WLANs - using cable/DSL lines, cellular modems, or standard
telephone lines (dial-up modems or ISDN).
input sensor, or internal video-lost sensor
•Exceptionally low bandwidth usage for high-quality video
transmission
•Event notifications via e-mail, SMS, or pop-up alarm
•Video transmission over IP networks
•Full integration of audio and video
•Remote viewing of live and recorded video via SerVision
client applications running on PCs, PDAs, and cellular phones
•Integration of input sensors and output activation sensors
•Event detection via built-in Video Motion Detection (VMD),
•Remote Pan-Tilt-Zoom (PTZ) control, even from smartphones
•Minimal disk usage for recorded video
•Large-capacity hard drive for local storage of recorded video
(most models)
•Downloading of video for storage on remote PCs
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MVG
Video Gateways for Large Vehicles
The MVG is SerVision’s ground-breaking video gateway for
mobile applications. Ideal for deployment in buses, trains,
police cars, delivery trucks, and emergency response vehicles,
the MVG uses cellular and wireless technologies to stream
high-quality live or recorded video from vehicles to remote
client devices. Full GPS support allows remote users to locate
and track vehicles, while the anti-shock, vibration-resistant
chassis ensures reliability on the road. Support for a closedcircuit monitor enables drivers to see what is going on in every
corner of the vehicle at a glance, and bi-directional audio
capabilities enable them to speak freely with dispatchers and
other personnel.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
MODELS
VIDEO INPUT
Standard
No. of video channels
Resolution
Compression
Compressed data rates
PTZ control
PTZ protocol
ENCRYPTION
AUDIO
Audio channels
VIDEO OUTPUT
Standard
User Interface
COMMUNICATION
Network connectivity
Maintenance
External network support
GPS
ACCELEROMETER
G-Force Sensor
RECORDING
Mode
HD type
HD size
Storage
EVENT HANDLING & OUTPUT Event type
Action type
Motion detection
I/O
Input channels
Output channels
POWER
Voltage input
Ignition input
Voltage output
Max. power consumption
OPERATING ENVIRONMENT Ambient temperature
Relative humidity
PHYSICAL SPEC
Dimensions Weight CLIENT SOFTWARE
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MVG 400, MVG 800
PAL/NTSC
4 (MVG 400), 8 (MVG 800)
VGA: 640x480(VGA), 320x240(QVGA), 160x120(QSIF)
D1/PAL: D1(704x576), CIF(352x288), QCIF(176x144);
D1/NTSC: D1(704x480), CIF(352x240), QCIF(176x120)
MPEG4 - MVG 400: 160 QVGA FPS; MVG 800: 320 QVGA FPS
9 kbps to 4 Mbps, user configurable
MVG 400: 2 ports: 1 RS-232 port, 1 RS-485 port; MVG 800: 4 ports: 2 RS-232 port, 2 RS-485 port
Most common protocols
AES-192/256
MVG 400: 2 inputs: 1 active microphone, 1 passive microphone
MVG 800: 4 inputs: 2 active microphone, 2 passive microphone
MVG 400: 2 outputs: 1 internal built-in speaker, 1 external connector
MVG 800: 4 outputs: 2 internal built-in speaker, 2 external connector
Bi-directional audio support
PAL/NTSC
Optional touch screen
Built-in 10/100 Base-T Ethernet suitable for cable/xDSL Dual USB interface slot for cellular (GPRS/CDMA/UMTS/EDGE/HSDPA/HSPA/HSUPA) and wireless (Wi-Fi) modems
Web-based configuration
Custom Proxy for remote access and video streaming
Dynamic DNS support - No-IP, DynDNS, SVDNS (free use of Servision’s SVDNS server is available)
Internal 12-channel GPS module
3-axis 2g - 8g high resolution G-Force sensor (Optional)
Continuous, event-driven or scheduled
SATA interface; option for SSD; Removable HD
MVG 400: Default: 2.5”, 160GB, (up to 500GB optional); MVG 800: Default: 2.5”, 320GB, (up to 1TB optional)
1.3GB/day per channel@10fps/128kbps QVGA continuous recording (MPEG)
External sensor input, video motion detection, video loss
G-Force events: Reckless driving, accidents, etc
GPS based events: Geofencing, Speed violations
Local event recording, client notification, SMS, email notification, external activator, AVV (Alarm Video Verification)
Threshold control, area of interest, exclude areas
MVG 400: 4 Opto-isolated inputs or 8 wet contact inputs; MVG 800: 8 Opto-isolated inputs or 16 wet contact inputs
Optional external sensor hub for up to 16 additional inputs/outputs
MVG 400: 2 Opto-isolated activators (built-in relay); MVG 800: 4 Opto-isolated activators (built-in relay)
10-40V DC
12/24 VDC - configurable ignition based power off
MVG 400: Provides 12V DC / 500mA for cameras & external equipment
MVG 800: Provides 12V DC / 1A for cameras & external equipment
MVG 400: 16W; MVG 800: 29 W
0⁰C - 45⁰C; 32⁰F - 113⁰F; Option for extended temperature: -5⁰C - 65⁰C; 23⁰F - 149⁰F
≤ 85%
MVG 400: 185(W) x 158(D) (181 incl. supports) x 76(H) mm; 7.2”(W) x 6.2”(D) (7.1” incl. supports) x2.9”(H)
MVG 800: 185(W) x 158(D) (181 incl. supports) x 160(H) mm; 7.2”(W) x 6.2”(D) (7.1” incl. supports) x6.2”(H)
MVG 400: 2 kg; 4.4 lbs; MVG 800: 4 kg; 8.8 lbs
Proprietary software for PC, Web server, PDA & cellphone (iPhone, iPad, Symbian etc.); Snapshot over Web
Optional PC Software for removable HD that enables direct viewing and downloading of recorded video
UVG
Video Gateways for Remote Sites
The UVG 400 is designed for installation at remotely located sites such as parking lots,
cellular base stations, ATM machines, international borders and along the perimeter fencing
of airport terminals. These low voltage systems support four or eight channels of live and
recorded video, as well as bi-directional audio. Although they can be connected to the
Internet using a standard cable based Internet connection, the UVG can also use cellular and
wireless (WiFi) networks for streaming high quality video from remote sites to client devices.
The UVG is ideal for deployment at any location where cabled Internet connections are not
readily available, or at fixed sites where a backup cellular connection may be necessary.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
MODELS
UVG 400, UVG 800
VIDEO INPUT
Standard
PAL/NTSC
No. of video channels
4 (UVG 400), 8 (UVG 800)
Resolution
VGA: 640x480 (VGA), 320x240 (QVGA), 160x120 (QSIF)
D1/PAL: D1 (704x576), CIF (352x288), QCIF (176x144)
D1/NTSC: D1 (704x480), CIF (352x240), QCIF (176x120)
Video compression UVG 400: MPEG4 up to 160 QVGA FPS; UVG 800: MPEG4 up to 320 QVGA FPS
Compressed data rates
9 kbps to 4 Mbps, user configurable
PTZ control
UVG 400: 2 ports: 1 RS-232 port, 1 RS-485 port;
UVG 800: 4 ports: 2 RS-232 port, 2 RS-485 port
PTZ protocol
Most common protocols
ENCRYPTION
AES-192/256
AUDIO
Audio channels
UVG 400: 2 inputs: 1 active microphone, 1 passive microphone;
2 Outputs: 1 internal built-in speaker, 1 external connector
UVG 800: 4 inputs: 2 active microphone, 2 passive microphone
4 Outputs: 2 internal built-in speaker, 2 external connector
Bi-directional audio support
VIDEO OUTPUT
Standard
PAL/NTSC
User interface
Supplied PS/2 mouse
Optional touch screen
COMMUNICATION
Network connectivity
Built-in 10/100 Base-T Ethernet suitable for cable/xDSL Dual USB interface slot for cellular (GPRS/CDMA/UMTS/EDGE/HSDPA/HSPA/HSUPA) and wireless (Wi-Fi) modems
Maintenance
Web-based configuration
External network support Custom Proxy for remote access and video streaming
Dynamic DNS support - No-IP, DynDNS, SVDNS (free use of Servision’s SVDNS server is available)
RECORDING
Mode
Continuous, event-driven or scheduled
HD type
SATA interface
HD size
Default: 3.5”, UVG 400: 160GB, up to 1TB (optional); UVG 800: 320GB, up to 2TB (optional)
EVENT HANDLING & OUTPUT Storage
1.3GB/day per channel @ 10fps/128kbps QVGA continuous recording
Event type
External sensor input, video motion detection, video loss
Action type
Local recording, client notification, SMS, email notification,
external activator, AVV (Alarm Video Verification)
Motion detection
Threshold control, area of interest, exclude areas
I/O
Input channels
MVG 400: 4 Opto-isolated inputs or 8 wet contact inputs;
UVG 800: 8 Opto-isolated inputs or 16 wet contact inputs
Optional external sensor hub for up to 16 additional inputs/outputs
Output channels
UVG 400: 2 Opto-isolated activators; UVG 800: 4 Opto-isolated activators
POWER
Voltage input
12V DC
Max. power consumption UVG 400: 17W , UVG 800: 30W
OPERATING ENVIRONMENT Ambient temperature
0⁰C - 45⁰C; 32⁰F - 113⁰F
Relative humidity
≤ 85%
PHYSICAL SPEC
Dimensions UVG 400: 185(W) x 158(D) x 76(H) mm; 7.2” (W) x 6.2”(D) x2.9”(H)
Dimensions
UVG 800: 185(W) x 158(D) x 160(H) mm; 7.2” (W) x 6.2”(D) x6.3”(H)
Weight UVG 400: 2.1 kg; 4.6 lbs, UVG 800: 4.5 kg; 9.9 lbs
CLIENT SOFTWARE
Proprietary software for PC, Web server, PDA & cellphone (iPhone, iPad, Symbian, etc.)
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CVG
Compact Video Gateway for
Home Security
The CVG is SerVision’s most basic video gateway. Its light
weight, small dimensions and minimal power consumption
make it an ideal choice for securing small sites which
require up to two video cameras. Optimized for providing
high-quality live video streams over low bandwidths to
local and remote users, the CVG offers all of SerVision’s
advanced video transmission, event detection,
notification, and client-access features. A removable
SD Card (4-64GB) can record days or weeks of video for
viewing in client applications; bi-directional audio support
enables remote users to communicate with on-site users;
and a sensor and activator can be connected to the unit
for expanded event detection and handling.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
MODELS
VIDEO INPUT
Standard
No. of video channels
Resolution
Compression
Compressed data rates
PTZ control
PTZ protocol
ENCRYPTION
AUDIO
Audio channels
VIDEO OUTPUT
Standard
User Interface
COMMUNICATION
Network connectivity
Maintenance
External network support
RECORDING
Mode
Recording media
Default SD size
EVENT HANDLING & OUTPUT Storage
Event type
Action type
Motion detection
I/O
Input channels
Output channels
POWER
Voltage input
Max. power consumption
OPERATING ENVIRONMENT Ambient temperature
Relative humidity
MECHANICAL SPEC
Dimensions Weight CLIENT SOFTWARE
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CVG
PAL/NTSC
2
VGA: 640x480 (VGA), 320x240 (QVGA), 160x120 (QSIF)
D1/PAL: D1 (704x576), CIF (352x288), QCIF (176x144)
D1/NTSC: D1 (704x480), CIF (352x240), QCIF (176x120)
MPEG4 up to160SIF fps
Supports multiple streams & resolutions simultaneously
9 kbps to 4 Mbps, user configurable
2 ports: 1 RS-232, 1 RS-485 port
Most common protocols
AES-192/256
1 input, 2 output (1 internal & 1 external)
Bi-directional audio support
PAL/NTSC
Optional touch screen
Built-in 10/100 Base-T Ethernet suitable for cable/xDSL Optional external router for USB (GPRS/CDMA/UMTS/EDGE/HSxPA) modems and wireless (Wi-Fi) adapters
Web-based configuration
Custom Proxy for remote access and video streaming
Dynamic DNS support - No-IP, DynDNS, SVDNS (free use of Servision’s SVDNS server is available)
Continuous, event-driven or scheduled
Removable SD Card
4 GB standard, (optional up to 64 GB)
Approx. 1.3 GB/day per channel@10fps/128kbps QVGA continuous recording (MPEG)
External sensor input, video motion detection, video loss
Local event recording, client notification, SMS, email notification,
external activator, AVV (Alarm Video Verification)
Threshold control, area of interest, exclude areas
1 Opto-isolated input
Optional external sensor hub for up to 16 additional inputs/outputs
1 Opto-isolated activator (built-in relay)
12V DC
5W
0⁰C - 60⁰C; 32⁰F - 140⁰F
≤ 85%
115(W) x 110(D) x 47(H) mm; 4.52” (W) x 4.33”(D) x1.85”(H)
300gr; 10.6 oz
Propietary software for PC, Web server, PDA and cellphone (iPhone, iPad, Symbian, etc.)
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CVG-M
Compact Video Gateway for
Remote Sites and Small Vehicles
The CVG-M is the perfect remote video surveillance solution
for cars, vans and trucks, as well as remotely located sites
and body-worn applications, allowing users to view live video
from any moving platform or location on their smartphone
or laptop anytime, anywhere. The CVG-M has support for
two camera inputs, and uses special compression to transmit
and record high quality live video using an internal 3G GSM
module. The unit has a removable SD card (4-64 GB) for
local recording, as well as built-in GPS for fleet tracking and
bi-directional audio for two way communication between on
and off-site personnel. It also has one sensor and activator
for expanded event detection and handling.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
MODELS
VIDEO INPUT
Standard
No. of video channels
Resolution
Compression
Compressed data rates
PTZ control
PTZ protocol
ENCRYPTION
AUDIO
Audio channels
VIDEO OUTPUT
Standard
User Interface
COMMUNICATION
Network connectivity
Maintenance
External network support
GPS GPS
ACCELEROMETER
G-Force Sensor
RECORDING
Mode
Recording media
Default SD size
EVENT HANDLING & OUTPUT Storage
Event type
Action type
Motion detection
I/O
Input channels
Output channels
POWER
Voltage input
Ignition Input
Voltage Output
Max. power consumption
OPERATING ENVIRONMENT Ambient temperature
Relative humidity
MECHANICAL SPEC
Dimensions Weight CLIENT SOFTWARE
CVG-M
PAL/NTSC
2
VGA: 640x480 (VGA), 320x240 (SIF), 160x120 (QSIF)
D1/PAL: D1 (704x576), CIF (352x288), QCIF (176x144)
D1/NTSC: D1 (704x480), CIF (352x240), QCIF (176x120)
MPEG4 up to 160 SIF fps, Supports multiple streams & resolutions simultaneously
9 kbps to 2 Mbps, user configurable
2 ports: 1 RS-232, 1 RS-485 port
Most common protocols
AES-192/256
1 input, 2 output (1 internal & 1 external)
Bi-directional audio support
PAL/NTSC
Optional touch screen
Built-in 10/100 Base-T Ethernet suitable for cable/xDSL
Built-in 3G/3.5G GSM/UMTS/HSDPA module
Web-based configuration
Custom Proxy for remote access and video streaming
Dynamic DNS support - No-IP, DynDNS, SVDNS (free use of Servision’s SVDNS server is available)
Internal 12 channel GPS module
3-axis 2g - 8g high resolution G-Force sensor (Optional)
Continuous, event-driven or scheduled
Removable SD Card
4 GB standard, (optional up to 64 GB)
Approx. 1.3 GB/day per channel@10fps/128kbps QVGA continuous recording (MPEG)
External sensor input, video motion detection, video loss
G-Force events: Reckless driving, accidents, etc
GPS based events: Geofencing, Speed violations.
Local event recording, client notification, SMS, email notification, external activator, Alarm Video Verification
Threshold control, area of interest, exclude areas
1 Opto-isolated input, Optional external sensor hub for up to 16 additional inputs/outputs
1 Opto-isolated activator (built-in relay)
9-36V
12/24 VDC - Configurable ignition based power off
Provides 12V DC / 250mA for cameras & external equipment
9W
0⁰C - 60⁰C; 32⁰F - 140⁰F
≤ 85%
115(W) x 110(D) x 47(H) mm; 4.52” (W) x 4.33”(D) x1.85”(H)
340gr.; 11.2 oz.
Propietary software for PC, Web server, PDA and cellphone (iPhone, iad, Symbian, etc.); Snapshot over Web
Optional PC Software for removable micro SD that enables direct viewing and downloading of recorded video
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HVG
Video Gateways for Small Offices
and Homes
The HVG 400 video gateway is the optimal security system
for small businesses and residential sites. These units offer a
range of functionality in a compact, cost-effective package
that minimizes power consumption. Live and recorded
video from the units’ four video channels can be viewed
in any SerVision client application or on closed-circuit
monitors plugged directly into the units. Two-way live voice
transmission enables remote users and those on-site to
speak with one another in real-time. The HVG 400 can be
connected to the Internet using a standard cable-based
Internet connection, and is an ideal security system for
monitoring homes and shops.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
MODELS
VIDEO INPUT
Standard
No. of video channels
Resolution
Video compression Compressed data rates
PTZ control
PTZ protocol
ENCRYPTION
AUDIO
Audio channels
VIDEO OUTPUT
Standard
User interface
COMMUNICATION
Network connectivity
Maintenance
External network support
RECORDING
Mode
HD type
HD size
EVENT HANDLING & OUTPUT Storage
Event type
Action type
Motion detection
I/O
Input channels
Output channels
POWER
Voltage input
Max. power consumption
OPERATING ENVIRONMENT Ambient temperature
Relative humidity
PHYSICAL SPEC
Dimensions Weight CLIENT SOFTWARE
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HVG 400
PAL/NTSC
4
VGA: 640x480 (VGA), 320x240 (QVGA), 160x120 (QSIF)
D1/PAL: D1 (704x576), CIF (352x288), QCIF (176x144)
D1/NTSC: D1 (704x480), CIF (352x240), QCIF (176x120)
MPEG4 up to 160 QVGA frames per second
9 kbps to 4 Mbps, user configurable
2 ports: 1 RS-232 port, 1 RS-485 port
Most common protocols
AES-192/256
2 inputs: 1 active microphone, 1 passive microphone
2 Outputs: 1 internal built-in speaker, 1 external connector
Bi-directional audio support
PAL/NTSC
Supplied PS/2 mouse
Optional touch screen
Built-in 10/100 Base-T Ethernet suitable for cable/xDSL
Web-based configuration
Custom Proxy for remote access and video streaming
Dynamic DNS support - No-IP, DynDNS, SVDNS (free use of Servision’s SVDNS server is available)
Continuous, event-driven or scheduled
SATA interface
Default: 3.5”, 160GB, up to 1 TB (optional)
3.3GB/day per channel @ 15fps/320kbps QVGA continuous recording (MPEG)
External sensor input, video motion detection, video loss
Local recording, client notification, SMS, email notification, external activator, AVV (Alarm Video Verification)
Threshold control, area of interest, exclude areas
6 Opto-isolated inputs; Optional external sensor hub for up to 16 additional inputs/outputs
2 Opto-isolated activators
12V DC
12W
0⁰C - 45⁰C; 32⁰F - 113⁰F
≤85%
185(W) x 181(D) x 60(H) mm; 7.2” (W) x 7.1”(D) x2.3”(H)
1.7 kg; 3.7 lbs
Proprietary software for PC, Web server, PDA & cellphone (iPhone, iPad, Symbian, etc.)
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SVG
Video Gateways for Commercial
and Industrial Applications
The SVG series is Servision’s original and most versatile line
of video gateway products. Ideal for securing medium to
large industrial or commercial sites such as office complexes,
factories, public transit terminals, and border crossings,
the SVG can stream high-quality live or recorded video to
remote PCs, and other mobile devices via cable/DSL network
connections. Models are available with 4, 8, 12, or 16 video
channels and comes with USB support for cellular modems or
WiFi adapters; these video gateways can stream video from
virtually any location, indoors or out - a remote storage facility,
a parking lot, or even a busy traffic intersection - and can be
moved from location to location as necessary.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
MODELS
VIDEO INPUT
Standard
No. of video channels
Resolution
Compression
Compressed data rates
PTZ control
PTZ protocol
ENCRYPTION
WATERMARK
COMMUNICATION
Network connectivity
Maintenance
External network support
RECORDING
Mode
HD type
HD size - SVG 400
HD size - SVG 1000
Storage
EVENT HANDLING & OUTPUT Event type
Action type
Motion detection
I/O (External device)
Input channels
Output channels
POWER
Voltage for SVG 400/1000
Max. power consumption
OPERATING ENVIRONMENT Ambient temperature
Relative humidity
PHYSICAL SPEC
Dimensions: SVG 400 Dimensions: SVG 1000 Weight
CLIENT SOFTWARE
SVG 400, SVG 400-8, SVG 400-12, SVG 400-16, SVG 1000
PAL/NTSC/SECAM composite video (BNC connector)
4 (SVG 400), 8 (SVG 400-8), 12 (SVG 400-12), 16 (SVG 400-16, SVG 1000)
640x480 (VGA), 320x240 (QVGA), 160x120 (QSIF)
MPEG4
9 kbps to 1 Mbps, user configurable
2 ports: 1 RS-232/RS-485 port, 1 RS-232 port
Most common protocols
SSL, AES
DSA (SHA-1)
Built-in 10/100 Base-T Ethernet suitable for Cable/xDSL
Web-based configuration
Custom Proxy for remote access and video streaming
Dynamic DNS support - No-IP, DynDNS, SVDNS (free use of Servision’s SVDNS server is available)
Continuous, event-driven or scheduled
Internal
3.5”, 160GB (4, 8 & 12 ch.), 250 GB (16 ch.) optional: up to 1 TB
3.5”, 250GB, optional: up to 2 TB
1GB /day per channel @ 10fps/96kbps QVGA continuous recording (MPEG4)
External sensor input, video motion detection, video loss
Local event recording, client notification, SMS, email notification, external activator, Alarm Video Verification
Threshold control, area of interest, exclude areas
6 Opto-isolated inputs, Optional external sensor hub for up to 16 additional inputs
2 Opto-isolated activators (built-in relay)
110/220V AC
SVG 400: 55W; SVG 1000: 170W
5⁰C -50⁰C; 41⁰F -122⁰F
≤85%
176(W) x 260(D) x 197(H) mm; 6.9” (W) x 10.2”(D) x7.7”(H)
482(W) x 495(D) x 90(H) mm; 19” (W) x 19.5”(D) x3.5”(H)
SVG 400: 4 kg; 8.8 lbs; SVG 1000: 12.5 kg; 27.5 lbs
Proprietary software for PC, Web server, PDA & cellphone (iPhone, iPad, Symbian, etc.)
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Supplementary
Products
SVPROXY 3 (PROXY/DISTRIBUTOR/DDNS SERVER)
SVProxy 3 is an intermediary server that is sometimes
required to relay video and other data between SerVision
video gateways and SerVision client applications running
on computers or mobile devices. This 4U rack mountable
server includes a proxy server (SVProxy), a video distributor
(SVDistributor) and a DDNS server (SVDDNS). SVProxy is
required for remote viewing and downloading of video in
special circumstances where direct network connections
between video gateways and clients cannot be established.
Normally, this occurs when a router or other firewall prevents
clients from connecting to the video gateway. This can happen
when the video gateway connects to the Internet via cellular
modem, and the cellular carrier does not permit direct external
access to the system’s cellular modem. It may also be the case
when the video gateway is located in a private network.
SVNVR/SVBACKUP
SVNVR is a powerful server that provides automated backup,
storage, and playback of video recorded by SerVision video
gateways. It connects to the systems at fixed intervals,
downloads all the video that was recorded by the video
gateways since the previous download, and stores it on its
large-capacity local disks (3TB standard disk capacity).
SVNVR includes support for wireless networking. In mobile
environments, this versatile feature can be used to activate
downloading of new video recordings in a WiFi zone
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SVDistributor, is an intermediary server that reduces
networking bottlenecks caused by too many simultaneous
stream requests from several clients to one gateway, and/or
insufficient bandwidth resources. SVDistributor enables up to
1,000 high-quality live video streams (actual number depends
on configuration and other variables) from a single SerVision
video gateway simultaneously, even when the video gateway
transmits the video via cellular modem. SVDistributor may
be required when multiple users want to remotely view video
from a gateway at the same time without adversely affecting
the quality of the other users’ video stream. SVDDNS enables
users to connect to a gateway using an easy to remember
domain name (DNS) instead of a hard to remember or
dynamically assigned IP address.
whenever a gateway comes within range of the SVNVR server.
For example, if a fleet of buses is outfitted with SerVision
MVG gateways, and an SVNVR is set up in the bus yard’s WiFi
zone, recorded video can automatically be downloaded from
the buses whenever they enter the yard.
Advanced SVBackup software offers synchronized playback
of downloaded video from multiple cameras connected to
a single video gateway. Playback can be initiated either by
selecting a start time or by selecting an event from among
those that were detected by the system.
CLIENTS
SVMultiClient and
SVControl Center
SVMULTICLIENT
A full selection of client applications is supplied with every
SerVision security system so customers can use a wide range
of devices – desktops, laptops, tablets and smartphones
including iPhone and Android devices – to view live video
from their video gateways. All client applications play live and
recorded video and support remote control of PTZ cameras.
The PC-based client application, called the SVMultiClient,
also includes many additional features; it is a powerful tool
for monitoring sites remotely, and is suitable for use by
individuals and control centers. The MultiClient offers:
•
Simultaneous downloading of multiple events from
different gateways/cameras
•
Configurable notifications (sirens, pop-ups, or WAV
voice notifications) for VMD and sensor-triggered events
detected by video gateways
•
Configurable automated rotation of the video streams
displayed - cycling from camera to camera and/or from
one video gateway to another
•
Simultaneous connections to multiple video gateways
and up to 144 video streams
•
Simultaneous display of up to 16 live and recorded video
streams
•
Integrated site maps representing the secured area and
the corresponding locations of cameras and sensors
•
Support for 15 different languages
•
Integrated GPS maps (Google Maps, Microsoft MapPoint,
ESRI maps) for tracking mobile video gateways
SVCONTROL CENTER (Enterprise Control Center Solution)
The SerVision Control-Center Solution is an enterprise-level
management system for control centers that monitor up to
5,000 SerVision video gateway units. Geared to extensive
security networks such as those employed in publictransportation systems and building complexes, the solution
enables control-center personnel to keep tabs on massive
numbers of locations at one time. It enables them to view
live and recorded video from multiple sites as required, and
also notifies them of events that require their attention.
The system is highly flexible and configurable, enabling each
enterprise to fine-tune it to its needs. Video gateways
can be grouped to simplify the monitoring process, events
can be color-coded by type, notification content can be
customized, and lists of events can be filtered to display only
those events that are of interest at a given moment.
The notification system is designed to facilitate efficient
and comprehensive event handling. Events can be assigned
automatically to specific staff members, and responsibility
for handling an event can be reassigned on-the-fly as
necessary. Managers can easily monitor the entire eventhandling process, seeing the current status of each event
and a record of how it has been handled thus far.
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