The Eventys range of video surveillance products is well established, and whilst that underlines its proven capabilities in the field, it can sometimes mean that developments and changes slip by unnoticed! Vanderbilt, however, has been focusing on delivering more in a package that is competitive in terms of cost.
Vanderbilt has announced the latest addition to its video surveillance portfolio. Designed to meet user requirements for a cost effective solution but without any degree of compromise in terms of functionality and ease of use, that latest incarnation of the Eventys range is claimed to, ‘offer more than you need for less than you think’.
All too often it is easy to categorise larger applications with higher risks, with smaller sites presumed to have lower risks. However, with the growing acknowledgment of the importance of security in buildings of all sizes, Eventys represents Vanderbilt’s ability to respond quickly to installer requirements and market pressures. It also means that those newer to the security industry – such as network integrators or electrical contractors – now have a product set that enables them to make the most of the evolving building services sector.
The Eventys range makes use of H.264+ IP compression efficiency and optimised codec technology. It includes a variety of cameras, along with two NVRs. With a simple set up procedure, these products have been specifically designed for small- to medium-sized installations.
The Eventys IP cameras are available with both 1.3 megapixel and 2 megapixel resolutions with both fixed and varifocal lens options. The devices make use of progressive scan CMOS sensors. Powering and connecting the cameras is straightforward due to the use of Power over Ethernet (PoE). This is coupled with automatic IP address allocation, along with auto-device detection and connection, making Eventys a plug-and-play option.
To ensure robust and reliable operation in a wide variety of applications, the cameras feature IP66-rated weather-resistant housings.
The two NVRs feature an integral PoE switch as standard on both the four or eight channel variants. One-touch record triggering, multiple recording types and instant playback for assigned channel during multi-channel display mode are also supported.
Eventys is the first significant video product launch that Vanderbilt has made in Europe since it acquired Security Products from Siemens. This launch is part of the company’s commitment to extend its range, as well as offering unrivalled performance and operating protocols.