The hybrid NVRs convert analog feeds to IP without replacing analog cameras, which is ideal for smaller installations that want to keep their existing analog cameras while adding affordable, high-quality HD IP video to their systems. When installed with an existing NVR, the HVE encoders transition the NVR to a hybrid model that supports a mix of analog and HD IP video. Honeywell's MAXPRO NVR Hybrid Standard Edition (SE) surveillance system is ideal for migrating small to mid-size installations in a hybrid format, and supports 32 channels of video, including up to 16 analog. The MAXPRO NVR Hybrid Xpress Edition (XE) accommodates initial entry into hybrid video surveillance, and supports up to 16 channels. There is growing demand for technologies that marry existing infrastructure with the latest high-definition video surveillance capabilities
-Compact fanless server appliance
-Base license supports up to 32 cameras per server (additional licenses sold separately)
-Up to 6 TB of internal storage (external storage also available)
-Built-in I/O ports for connections to on-site security devices
-Ideal for retail stores, gas stations, and restaurants
Honeywell MAXPRO NVR Series is ranked 6th in Network Video Recorders (NVR) while Senstar E-Series is ranked 16th in Network Video Recorders (NVR). Honeywell MAXPRO NVR Series is rated 0.0, while Senstar E-Series is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Honeywell MAXPRO NVR Series is most compared with Hikvision DS Series, Milestone Husky X Series and IndigoVision NVR-AS Series, whereas Senstar E-Series is most compared with .
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