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VIDEO SURVEILLANCE | IP PRODUCTS | VMS


Video Management System Quick Reference Guide MAXPRO®


VMS


Maximum Number of Cameras Maximum Number of Clients Video Retention Time Video Export Format Video Digital Certificate


Archiving to Network Storage Reporting


Access Control Integration* Matrix Switcher Integration* True Hybrid Matrix DVR/NVR Integration* SDK Availability Support for Video Analytics


MAXPRO VMS Server Redundancy NVR/DVR Redundancy Encoder Redundancy Centralized Management Database Format Macro Language Map Function


Alarm Management Recording Options Video Wall Custom Salvo


Operator Messaging Video Surround


Live Video Controls Search Types


For ordering information, contact Applications Engineering at 1.800.796.2288, option 4.


Yes, Pro-Watch®


64, Unlimited upgrade 1, Unlimited upgrade


Unlimited


Secure Data Container, MPEG, WMV, AVI (depends on DVR/NVR) Yes, includes verification utility/viewer Yes, depends on NVR


Yes, report system and user events and third party alarms, simple ASCII interface also available Yes, VideoBloX, MAXPRO and third party switchers Yes, Rapid Eye™ NVRs, Yes, Pro-Watch® and simple ASCII interface also available Yes, VideoBloX and MAXPRO


Yes, view analog cameras on digital monitors and IP cameras through analog matrix , Fusion, Enterprise, MAXPRO®


IP Engine (DVM upgrade), HRSD, HRXD and third party recorders


Yes, powerful SDK available for third party integration


Yes, server or camera based, NVR/DVR specific Yes


Yes, NVR/DVR specific Yes, encoder specific


Yes, manage all users and devices locally or remotely SQL Express optional full SQL


Yes, create elaborate custom actions based on system events and user inputs Yes


Advanced alarm management lets you view video captured before, during and after every alarm, and you can also view live video from the camera that recorded the alarm


Continuous, event, user-initiated and scheduled recording


Yes, control any system monitor digital or analog from any workstation or UltraKey controller keyboard


Yes, create custom “My Salvo” and “Shared Salvo”


Yes, broadcast message to another operator or monitor with video push Yes, associate nearby cameras to one another for rapid tracking


Sharpness, blur, brightness, contrast, hue, saturation, maintain aspect ratio, stretched, original size and picture mirror, interlace and de-interlace (NVR/DVR specific)


Time/date time line, snapshot, jump FWD/REV, bookmarks, events *For a complete list of integrations, visit the Honeywell Open Technology Alliance website at www.honeywell.com/security/hota. Yes, Rapid Eye™


MAXPRO®


VMS Lite


64, Upgrade to 128 max 1, Upgrade to 3 max


, Fusion, Enterprise, MAXPRO®


NVRs, IP Engine (DVM upgrade), HRSD and HRXD


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