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Enjoy rich video management system features with hardware and vms software optimized for high reliability operation and minimal setup time. Minimize installation time and risk with a complete VMS solution.

Proven in daily operation in thousands of customer installations worldwide, ViconNet NVRs feature an embedded operating system designed for enhanced security and superior reliability. The ViconNet video management software (VMS) that powers the ViconNet NVR Shadow, provides a standards-based open platform that allows integration with IP cameras, including megapixel cameras, encoders and IP edge devices from numerous, industry-leading manufacturers. The internal RAID 5 or 6 storage provides abundant capacity and the assurance that your data will always be secure and protected. The removable drive configuration (4-bay, 8-bay or 24-bay) makes it easy to hot-swap drives without having to remove the unit from the rack.

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Exacq ELP-Series is ranked 21st in Network Video Recorders (NVR) while ViconNet NVR Shadow is ranked 19th in Network Video Recorders (NVR). Exacq ELP-Series is rated 0.0, while ViconNet NVR Shadow is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Exacq ELP-Series is most compared with , whereas ViconNet NVR Shadow is most compared with Dahua WizMind Series.

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