TruVision NVR 22 A&E Specifications
A.
Network Video Recorder
1.
The Network Video Recorder with Ethernet connectivity shall be as manufactured by Interlogix or an
approved equal. The TVN 22 shall require minimal training for the end user. The unit shall be
operated like a conventional multiplexer and VCR with local display monitors for live and playback
viewing while the system continues to record new images. It shall be an integrated security system,
capable of time division multiplexing and real time recording multiple cameras, and storing their
digitized and compressed images on integral hard disk drives for fast search and retrieval either
locally at the unit, or from a remote workstation using a Graphical User Interface (GUI).
2.
Additionally, the system shall provide automated alarm handling. Upon receipt of an alarm, the
system shall be able to automatically change display and record speed, provide relay output
operation, PTZ control and send an email. The system shall be able to determine alarm change of
state (COS) conditions from integral motion detection, hard-wired alarm inputs, or data (SIA/XISA) via
IP from an intrusion alarm panel. During investigations, it shall be possible to search and retrieve
stored video data by date, time, camera and alarm.
3.
The TVN 22 shall include, but not be limited to the following:
a.
The TVN 22 shall function as a standalone unit. It shall not require the use of a personal
computer, special monitors, or other peripheral devices for either programming or operation.
Live and recorded playback of video images shall display on conventional CCTV monitors or
LCD monitor.
b.
The TVN 22 shall be capable of displaying onscreen text and menus in more than one
language. This shall be user selectable via the menu system.
c.
The TVN 22 shall have robust buttons integrated into the front panel of the unit, used for menu
navigation, setup, and control of the unit, with no need for an external control device.
d.
The TVN 22 shall have robust and illuminated buttons integrated into the front panel of the unit
for each camera, display, sequence, monitor A, monitor B, live, playback, pause, alarm, and a
multi-function navigation.
i)
Status LEDs
a)
Power: A steady green light indicates the recorder is working correctly.
b)
Event alarm: A flashing red light indicates that there is a sensor Alarm In or
another alarm such as motion or tampering.
c)
HDD: HDD indicator blinks red when data is being read from or written to the
HDD. A steady red light indicates an HDD exception or error.
d)
Tx/Rx: Flashing green indicates a normal network connection. No light indicates
that it is not connected to a network.
e)
Technical Alarm: A steady red light indicates that there is a technical alarm from
the recorder. No light indicates that there is no alarm.
e.
The comprehensive search function shall be activated by using the search button,
f.
The TVN 22 shall support one button quick archive, auto detecting the storage media inserted
and the maximal storage capacity.
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g.
TVN 22 shall have two USB ports at the front panel supporting a mouse or memory sticks for
archiving video and audio files for evidence and one USB port on the back panel.
h.
TVN 22 shall provide external keyboard support. All DVR and PTZ control functions shall be
supported.
i.
The TVN 22 shall use an easy-to-read, onscreen menu system of icons and pop-up selections.
j.
The TVN 22 shall use a battery to back up memory that stores the time, date, and all internal
programming functions.
k.
The TVN 22 shall have log view screens to show the entire system status at a glance.
l.
The TVN22 shall detect automatically loss of video sync, with onscreen indicators. If video
loss is detected during recording the TVN 22 will warn by onscreen, send message to remote,
buzzer will sound and a relay will be switched.
m.
The TVN 22 shall prevent unauthorized program tampering through the use of at least sixteen
users and passwords, with settings including:
Local user priveleges
ii)
Remote user priveleges
iii)
Local play priveleges
iv)
Remote play priveleges
v)
Remote view priveleges
n.
The TVN 22 shall be one and a half units of rack space in height (1.5U) and capable of being
rack mounted (EIA 19-inch standard), with rack mount hardware that was designed by the
manufacturer to support the units.
o.
The TVN 22 shall be provided with a build in power supply to prevent susceptibility to power
spikes, surges, harmonics, and other common electrical disturbance phenomena associated
with the installation environment.
p.
The TVN 22 shall support Digital Zoom in a user defined area.
q.
The eSATA port shall be configurable either as a Storage Expansion Port or for external video
archiving on eSATA media
r.
The video player shall be zero footprint player and exported with the video as evidence player
s.
A Windows Media Player filter shall be available in order to allow the playback of evidence
video using default Windows Player
t.
TVN 22 shall support an easy to use Internet Explorer based Web Browser. The supported
features shall be:
i)
Camera live view with up to 16 cameras simultaneously
ii)
Capability to switch between Main stream and Substream per camera individual and all
cameras at once
iii)
PTZ functionality with Preset call up
iv)
Playback of recorded video
v)
Archiving of recorded video
vi)
Comprehensive remote configuration
The digital recorder shall have the following operational features:
a.
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i)
Live view
i)
The TVN 22 shall display cameras in live mode via the connected monitors.
ii)
When the TVN 22 powers up, the recorder shall start up in live mode.
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iii)
The TVN 22 shall display status icons on the connected monitors. Camera status icons
shall be used for each camera.
There shall be an icon for:
b.
a)
Alarm detection by the camera channel
b)
Recording of the camera channel
c)
Motion detection by the camera channel
iv)
There will be a message in case of video loss for each channel
v)
There will be an icon that shows the alarm and system events. Clicking on the icon will
show all alarms/events in a pop-up window.
The icon will be visible when a system event or alarm occurs. The events and alarms for
which the icon is visible can be defined.
vi)
In live mode, a full screen sequence of different cameras can be defined. It will be
possible to set the dwell time between each camera.
vii)
When clicking on each camera tile in the live mode, a live view toolbar shall be displayed
for the camera.
That toolbar will contain different buttons for the camera.
a)
Pause button: this button shall freeze the live image of the selected camera.
b)
Start/stop manual recording: by clicking on the button, manual recording of the
camera shall start/stop.
c)
Instant Playback: Instant playback of the last 5 minutes shall start.
d)
Audio: button to enable/disable the audio output.
e)
Snapshot: button to take a snapshot of a video image. The image shall be saved
in the recorder.
f)
PTZ control: this button shall enter the PTZ mode.
g)
Digital zoom: this button shall enter the digital zoom mode.
h)
Image settings: with this button the image lighting levels can be changed.
i)
Auxiliary focus: button to automatically focus the camera lens.
j)
Lens initialization: this button shall initialize a motorized lens of a camera.
k)
Stream information: clicking this button shall show he real-time frame rate, bit
rate, resolution and video compression.
Recording
i)
The TVN 22 shall record video on a hard disk drive. No videotape or videotape
recorders shall be required.
ii)
The TVN 22 shall support both internal and external hard disk configurations.
iii)
Internal storage configurations shall be up to multiples of 8HHDs using 2TB, 4TB, 6TB
storage capacity per HDD.
iv)
The utilized Hard Drives shall support latest SATA technology including SMART
reporting
v)
The utilized Hard Drives shall be especially developed for the Digital Video Archiving
Industry
vi)
The TVN 22 shall support user programmable stored video frame rates that can be
programmed on a per-camera basis. All cameras shall be programmable to capture
images in one of the following operating modes:
a)
Constant
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b)
TimeLapse
c)
Event
d)
Alarm
At a minimum, the TVN 22 shall support the following stored video frame rates per
camera:
a)
Real time (NTSC/PAL)
b)
22 fps
c)
20 fps
d)
18 fps
e)
16 fps
f)
15 fps
g)
12 fps
h)
10 fps
i)
8 fps
j)
6 fps
k)
5 fps
l)
4 fps
m)
3 fps
n)
2 fps
o)
1 fps
The TVN 22 shall support an alarm record mode that is user programmable. At a
minimum, the TVN 22 shall support the following alarm mode stored video frame rates:
a)
Real time (NTSC/PAL)
b)
22 fps
c)
20 fps
d)
18 fps
e)
16 fps
f)
15 fps
g)
12 fps
h)
10 fps
i)
8 fps
j)
6 fps
k)
5 fps
l)
4 fps
m)
3 fps
n)
2 fps
o)
1 fps
The TVN 22 shall allow the user to select whether the hard disk recording should
automatically overwrite data (starting with the oldest data first) or if the user must
confirm overwriting before recording will continue when the hard disk is filled.
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x)
The TVN 22 shall have image quality settings that are adjustable on a per camera basis
by the end user, including the following:
a)
c.
xi)
TVN 22 shall support camera bandwidth of up to 80/160/256/320 Mbps for incoming
camera connections
xii)
The TVN 22 shall support from one to thirty seconds of pre alarm recording, maintained
in a buffer, and shall append this buffer to the beginning of all recorded alarms. The TVN
22 shall continue to record at the alarm rate until the alarm is reset, times out, or is
acknowledged as determined by the alarm menu programming.
xiii)
The TVN 22 shall support from one to thirty seconds of pre-event recording, maintained
in a buffer, and shall append this buffer to the beginning of all recorded events. The TVN
22 shall continue to record at the event rate until the programmed event duration (from 5
seconds to 10 minutes) expires.
xiv)
The TVN 22 shall allow the user to manually or automatically customize the record rates
per camera for events and motion detection.
xv)
The user shall be able to play back images smoothly at normal or fast speeds and in
forward modes, without distortion.
xvi)
The unit shall provide full media search capabilities for archiving, restoring, and playback
operations. Search capabilities shall include filters for start/stop times, start/stop dates,
alarm and event occurrences, and camera number.
xvii)
The TVN 22 shall support the recording of all images with a digital watermark. The
verification of watermarked images shall reside solely with the manufacturer.
Dual Streaming
i)
d.
e.
QCIF, CIF, 2CIF, DCIF, 4CIF, VGA, 720P, UXGA, 1080P, 3MP, 4MP, 5MP, 6MP,
8MP
Streaming bandwidth: by User (128-16384Kb),16 Mb, 8Mb, 4Mb, 3Mb, 2Mb,
1.75Mb, 1.5Mb, 1.25Mb, 1Mb, 896Kb, 768Kb, 640Kb, 512Kb, 448Kb, 384Kb,
320Kb, 256Kb, 224Kb, 192Kb, 160Kb and 128Kb
The TVN 22 shall allow the installer to setup a Substream for streaming Video and Audio
over Network without affecting the record rate, quality and resolution of recorded video.
Archiving
i)
The TVN 22 shall support archiving of recorded images through USB memory stick.
ii)
The TVN 22 shall support archiving of recorded images through eSATA to an external
eSATA-HDD.
iii)
The TVN 22 shall support archiving of recorded video and audio data through eSATA to
an external eSATA -HDD
iv)
The TVN 22 shall have an option to select the type of archiving device connected, when
interfaced to the devices specified or approved equals.
v)
The TVN 22 shall support selective archiving.
vi)
The TVN 22 shall have an on-screen progress indicator when selective archiving or
restoration operations are accessing the archive device.
vii)
The TVN 22 shall have an Automatic Delete Mode (ADM) that may be enabled or
disabled, preventing any video that is older than a user-defined period from being
viewed or archived, when the unit is used in jurisdictions that mandate a finite storage
time. Automatic Delete Mode shall be programmable from 0 to 60 days.
Multiscreen
i)
The TVN 22 shall be a triplex type unit, allowing simultaneous recording, playback, and
live Multiscreen viewing at the unit, with no need for additional hardware.
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ii)
The TVN 22 shall provide the following displays in live mode: full screen, sequencing, 4way, 6-way, 8-way, 9-way, or 16-way.
iii)
The TVN 22 shall provide the following Triplex displays in playback mode: full screen, 2way, 4-way, 9-way, or 16-way and switching between cameras.
iv)
The TVN 22 shall allow the user to rearrange cameras in any Multiscreen display in live
mode.
v)
The TVN 22 shall incorporate the following display options:
vi)
a)
Camera titling with a minimum of up to 16 alphanumeric characters
b)
Title display enable/disable, per channel
c)
Time/date formatting
d)
Time/date enable/disable, per channel
The TVN 22 shall provide image update rates for live and record modes of up to 30fps
for NTSC or up to 25 fps for PAL per channel
a)
f.
g.
h.
i.
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The TVN 22 shall have three monitor outputs as follows
The TVN22 can use the BNC, HDMI and VGA outputs independently.
The recorder shall support up to 1280 × 1024 / 60 Hz resolution in VGA and 4K
resolution in HDMI.
1)
One analog Multiscreen output
1. Composite video, BNC connector
2. NTSC/EIA or PAL/CCIR compatible
3. Shall display event video
2)
One digital Multiscreen output
1. HDMI connector
2. Shall be able to display all cameras live or in sequence mode
3. Shall display live, playback, and programming functions
3)
One analog Multiscreen output
1. VGA connector
2. Shall display live, playback, and programming functions
3. Shall be able to display all cameras live or in sequence mode
Video motion detection
i)
The TVN 22 shall support the following video motion detection, with onscreen indications
when motion is occurring:
ii)
Motion detection, which shall be treated as an event and follow the event encoding
settings.
a)
The TVN 22 shall support an onscreen setup scale to determine the optimum
sensitivity setting for each camera input.
b)
The TVN 22 shall have 396 zones per camera, arranged in a 22 by 18 grid.
c)
The TVN 22 shall have 7 levels of sensitivity.
Masking / Privacy Zones
i)
The TVN 22 shall support video masking
ii)
The TVN 22 shall have be able to have 4 mask areas per camera
Tampering
i)
The TVN 22 shall support video tampering
ii)
The TVN 22 shall have 3 levels of sensitivity
Alarms
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j.
i)
The TVN 22 shall support up to 16 alarm inputs, programmable as normally open or
normally closed from within the menus.
ii)
The TVN 22 shall support four form-C relays as alarm outputs, and rated for 0.5 A
continuous, 1.0 A momentary. Upon alarm, the system shall be able to execute a
change of state (COS) to relay number 1, relay number 2, relay number 3, relay number
4 or all.
iii)
The TVN 22 shall have a fully programmable additional audible device to alert the user
to alarms, motion detection, and video loss occurrences or operation failure.
iv)
The TVN 22 shall support alarm latching with two settings, which shall be manually set
or programmable from the menus as follows:
Manual acknowledge - When an alarm is activated, the TVN22 shall be manually
acknowledged to reset the COS back to normal condition.
b)
Timed out – the alarm shall automatically reset after a user-defined elapsed time.
v)
The TVN 22 shall have automatic full screen associated alarm display that shall change
as incoming alarms continue to arrive. As additional alarms arrive, the display monitor
shall sequence between the cameras in alarm. It shall be possible, using the telemetry
preset control described elsewhere in this specification, to utilize presets with associated
alarm display to show the alarmed scene and surrounding escape paths during a high
level alarm condition.
vi)
The TVN 22 shall provide status relays that shall link to alarms, motion detection, and
video loss.
vii)
The TVN 22 shall have an alarm history display capable of showing the last 100 alarms
received by the system.
viii)
The TVN 22 shall be supplied with push-in wire terminal connections to facilitate easy
connection of alarms and other input/output signals.
ix)
The TVN 22 shall support notification on alarm to user accounts. The TVN 22 shall allow
the user to program notification in response to any of the following conditions:
a)
Hard disk full
b)
NTSC/PAL mismatch
c)
Illegal Access
d)
IP Address conflict
e)
Network issues
f)
Abnormal recording
g)
Hard disk error
RS-232 communications
i)
k.
a)
The TVN 22 shall support RS-232 communications and control for:
a)
Technical support
b)
Transparent communication channel
c)
Integration with an intrusion panel
Ethernet communications
i)
The TVN 22 shall support LAN/WAN Ethernet access.
ii)
The TVN 22 shall support Ethernet bandwidths of 10 Mbps or 100 Mbps or 1000 Mbps.
iii)
The TVN 22 shall support simultaneous Ethernet access by not less than 16
workstations connected to the LAN/WAN.
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iv)
The TVN 22 shall be provided with a Graphical User Interface (GUI) software for remote
playback and viewing that shall support the Windows 7, 8 and 10 operating systems and
full searching capabilities. It shall be possible to remotely set up the TVN 22 unit using
the remote viewing software.
v)
The TVN 22 shall not stop recording during any Ethernet access.
vi)
The TVN 22 shall allow the user full programming of Ethernet parameters, including the
following:
a)
1)
Multi address
2)
Load balance
3)
Net fault tolerance
b)
DHCP (enable/disable)
c)
DDNS
d)
IP address
e)
Default gateway
f)
Sub-net mask
g)
HTTP port
h)
Main Port
l.
The system shall be upgraded through flash programming upgrades of software, using either
an USB drive or TCP/IP.
m.
OH-integration
i)
The TVN22 shall integrate the Osborne-Hoffman alarm receiver software module.
ii)
The recorder will be able to receive SIA or XSIA events from Interlogix alarm panels.
iii)
The recorder is able to receive events from maximum 3 alarm panels and maximum
32 alarm zones per panel.
iv)
The recorder will display the events in the alarm center via the web page and will
register the events in the log file.
v)
The following events can be received by the recorder:
a)
Arming events (“C” events)
b)
Disarming events (“O” events)
c)
Alarm events (“A” as second character in the SIA/XSIA code)
d)
Heartbeat alarms (OH & recorder)
vi)
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Working mode
The following actions can be linked to each event
a)
Buzzer
b)
Trigger a relay output
c)
Trigger recording for one or more cameras (alarm recording)
d)
Call a preset, shadow tour or preset tour
PoE ports
i)
A TVN 22 model shall exist with built-in PoE ports for cameras (8 or 16 ports, depending
on the model)
ii)
The PoE camera interfaces shall use RJ45 connectors and shall support a data
connection of 10Mb or 100Mb
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5.
iii)
The PoE budget per port shall be self-adaptive. But the user must be able to adjust the
budget manually.
The following settings shall be possible per port: No PoE, PoE –at, PoE-af or 12,5W.
iv)
A PoE port shall support up to 30W maximum.
v)
The total budget for the 8 channel recorder shall be 120W and for the 16-channel
recorder it shall be 200W.
vi)
There will be a dynamic tracking of the PoE power consumption. This will be visualized
in the OSD and via the web GUI.
Hot spare
i)
A spare recorder shall be able to act as a slave unit for up to four TVN 22 master units.
The models with PoE ports build-in will not support this hot spare function.
ii)
The slave unit shall continuously monitor the master units and if one of the master units
should fail, it can take over recording until the failed units comes back online.
iii)
Once the failed unit is back operating normally again, the slave unit will send its
recordings to the HDDs of the recovered unit so that no recordings shall be missed.
iv)
The hot spare unit shall only back up one master unit at a time. If more than one unit
should fail, the hot spare unit will only backup the unit that failed first.
v)
All units must have the same number of channels and must be the same device types.
The TVN 22 shall have the following additional specifications:
a.
Video
i)
Total available video memory shall be at least 1 GB.
a)
Live/playback display memory shall be at least 128 MB.
b)
Record memory shall be at least 72 MB.
ii)
Video sampling rate shall be at least 27 MHz.
iii)
Available colors shall be to specification YUV 4:2:2, providing up to 65K colors.
iv)
There shall be 256 grayscale levels.
v)
Horizontal resolution shall be 704 pixels.
vi)
Vertical resolution shall be:
vii)
a)
480 active lines NTSC/EIA
b)
576 active lines PAL/CCIR
Inputs
a)
b.
Camera
1)
There shall be 8, 16, 32 or 64 camera inputs.
2)
Inputs shall use Ethernet.
3)
Inputs shall be NTSC/EIA or PAL/CCIR compatible.
Audio
i)
There shall be per camera one associated and synchronized audio input
ii)
1 bidirectional audio line input
iii)
The line audio input shall use RCA connectors
a)
Signal conditioning
1)
c.
All inputs shall have automatic gain control.
The TVN 22 shall have a RS-232 serial data ports to support the following functionality:
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d.
e.
i)
Technical support
ii)
Transparent communication channel
iii)
Integration with an intrusion panel
The TVN 22 shall have 3 USB ports for:
i)
USB memory key archiving devices
ii)
USB HDD archiving devices
iii)
Mouse control functions
eSATA
i)
f.
g.
The TVN 22 shall have a removable strip for input/output connector to support the following
functionality:
i)
Alarm inputs
ii)
Relay outputs
Remote control
i)
h.
i.
j.
k.
l.
The TVN 22 shall have an eSATA port for eSATA HDD archiving devices
The TVN 22 shall have an IR-remote that will emulate the front panel keys
Mouse: The TVN 22 shall provide Mouse control support for
i)
All menu settings and navigation functions
ii)
Control functions live, playback, PTZ and archive
Electrical
i)
Input voltage: 100 to 240 VAC, 50 to 60 Hz
ii)
Power: 45W maximum without hard drive
Environmental
i)
Operating temperature range -10 to +55°C (14℉~131℉), Relative humidity 10% to 90%
ii)
Relative humidity: 10% to 90% non-condensing
Mechanical
i)
Dimensions shall be 445 (W) x 390 (D) x70(H) mm, 19-inch (1.5U) EIA rack mounting.
(there will also be a model that has a 2U desk based chassis; dimensions: 445 (W) x
470 (D) x 90 (H) mm)
ii)
Weight shall be 10 kg maximum without hard drive.
Compliance
i)
FCC
ii)
CE
iii)
UL
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Latin America:
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561-998-6114
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Web site:
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