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Surveillance solutions press release

Surveillance solutions press release

Yokneam, Israel – 12-Dec-13 – CompuLab is introducing two product families for surveillance applications;
fit-DVR (fit-CCTV) – a miniature fanless PC supporting up to 16 analog video cameras with 8 audio channels and PTZ.
fit-NVR (fit-PoE) – a miniature fanless PC with 4 Power-over-Ethernet 802.3af compliant Gigabit Ethernet ports.

fit-DVR and fit-NVR provide unmatched versatility by supporting either analog or IP cameras, having CPUs ranging from low-power 6.4W AMD G-Series up to high-performance Intel® Core™ i7 running either Linux or Windows 7 and incorporating full PC functionality including high-capacity storage, networking, display interfaces and I/O.
Measuring just 19x16x4 cm, fit-DVR and fit-NVR are the smallest platforms in their category. The passively-cooled dust-proof aluminum enclosure and temperature range of up to -40°C – 70°C make fit-DVR and fit-NVR ideal for outdoor installation.

fit-NVR (fit-PoE)

fit-NVR is a miniature fanless PC designed to support up to 4 IP video cameras with Power-over-Ethernet 802.3af. PoE simplifies surveillance system installation by powering each IP camera through the same Ethernet cable used for data transmission.
fit-NVR is a fully functional PC with dual-head display, wired and wireless networking, multiple storage devices, rich I/O and support for both Linux and Windows 7. Models range from fit-NVR LP – built upon the low-power CompuLab fit-PC3 LP platform up to IPC-NVR based on CompuLab Intense PC with Intel® Core™ i7 CPU. 4 dedicated Gigabit Ethernet controllers, each driving a single PoE port provide full bandwidth independently to each hi-res IP video camera.

fit-DVR (fit-CCTV)

fit-DVR LP

fit-DVR LP


fit-DVR is a miniature fanless PC designed to support up to 16 PAL/NTSC/SECAM video cameras with 8 audio input channels, 8 GPIO lines and RS485 port for PTZ. fit-DVR is a fully functional PC with dual-head display, wired and wireless networking, multiple storage devices, rich I/O and support for both Linux and Windows 7 with. Models range from fit-DVR LP built upon the low-power CompuLab fit-PC3 LP platform up to IPC-DVR based on CompuLab Intense PC with Intel® Core™ i7 CPU. Video capture API, Ffmpeg and ZoneMinder support are freely available.

ZoneMinder on fit-DVR Pro

ZoneMinder on fit-DVR Pro


Models

fit-NVR / fit-DVR are based on CompuLab fit-PC3 and fit-PC3i using the FM-PoE / FM-VC FACE Module respectively.
IPC-NVR / IPC-DVR are based on CompuLab Intense PC using the FM-PoE / FM-VC FACE Module respectively.
For demanding applications CompuLab uSVR with FM-PoE or FM-VC and 4 internal RAID / JBOD hard disks is available on special order.

Specifications

CPU: 6 CPU types ranging from AMD G-T40E (64 bit dual core 1 GHz w/ Radeon 6250 6.4W TDP) up to
Intel® Core™ i7-3517UE (dual-core 64 bit, 4M Cache, 1.70 GHz up to 2.80 GHz, 17W TDP)
RAM: Up to 16 GB DDR3
Storage: Internal 2.5” HDD/SSD + mSATA + 2x eSATA ports
Display: HDMI 1.4a up to 1920 x 1200 + DisplayPort up to 2560 x 1600
Audio: S/PDIF 7.1 input/output + stereo line-out / MIC in
LAN: 2x Gbit Ethernet in Intense PC based models / 1x Gbit Ethernet in fit-PC based models
WLAN: 802.11 b/g/n up to 150 Mbps + Bluetooth 3.0, dual antenna
USB: 2x USB3 + 2x USB2
Expansion: Full-size miniPCIe with mSATA + half-size miniPCIe
Enclosure: Passively cooled die-cast aluminum
Dimensions:
fit-PC3 LP based models: 16cm x 16cm x 2.5cm
Other models: 16cm x 19cm x 4cm
fit-NVR features (by FM-PoE FACE Module):
– 4x GbE LAN 10/100/1000BASE-T compliant with IEEE 802.3/u/ab
– 4x PSE ports compliant with IEEE 802.3af PoE standard
– 2x USB2.0 downstream ports, up to 480Mbps half-duplex
fit-DVR features (by FM-VC FACE Module):
– 8x Real time capture Composite Analog Video NTSC/PAL/SECAM channels
– 16x Non-real time capture Composite Analog Video NTSC/PAL/SECAM channels
– 8x Real time capture Analog Audio channels
– 2x DB15 female connectors for AV capture
– 2x USB2.0 downstream ports, up to 480Mbps half-duplex
– 1x Serial port supporting RS232/RS422/RS488 communication via RJ11

For detailed specifications of FM-PoE and FM-VC see FACE Modules HW specifications.

Availability

fit-NVR and fit-DVR price starts at $482. IPC-NVR and IPC-DVR price starts at $553.
All models are available now. To order please contact CompuLab fit-PC sales sales@fit-pc.com or visit www.fit-pc.com

About CompuLab

CompuLab is a leading designer and manufacturer of embedded computing products since 1992 with product lines ranging from computer-on-modules to ready-to-use miniature computers. CompuLab’s fit-PC line of miniature, fanless PCs – introduced in 2007 – positioned CompuLab as an industry leader in the field of miniature, fanless industrial PCs.
CompuLab headquarters are located in Yokneam, Israel with offices in St. Petersburg, FL.

Press Contact

Irad Stavi
irad@compulab.co.il
+972-4-8290168
NOTE TO EDITORS: For additional info visit http://www.fit-pc.com/surveillance


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IPC-DVR block diagram

IPC-DVR block diagram



IPC-NVR block diagram

IPC-NVR block diagram


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