eRacks/DVR

eRacks/DVR (Digital Video Recorder) has been updated for a better performance than ever. It is mostly used for physical security applications. These eRacks/DVR solutions are highly scalable and can be tailored according to the client’s needs.  They can also be configured for home to enterprise class support. eRacks/DVR is a little lower priced than other available systems which makes it more attractive. 

The eRacks/DVR (Digital Video Recorder) is a specialized computer system that records video in a digital format and stores it in disk drives or other mass storage devices. This updated version provides 432 TB of Surveillance Storage Drives along with optimized Digital Video recording and viewing. It normally uses analog cameras that are also called CCTV cameras, for recording. The cameras and eRacks/DVR are connected using a coaxial cable which are not very costly. Coaxial cables that were previously installed for other security systems can also be used for eRacks/DVR. This combination is more cost-effective and easier to set up; however, the resolution is usually limited to D1 (720×480). Proximity is a limitation as the analog cameras cannot be more than 700-1000 feet away from the eRacks/DVR without visible degradation in video quality.

The eRacks/DVR recorder relies on a chipset that is called AD Encoder for processing the raw data streaming from the camera into legible video recordings. eRacks/DVR systems also have different requirements when it comes to the recorder i.e., the user must connect every camera directly to the recorder. Moreover, the recorder is not responsible for providing power to the cameras. Each camera connection needs a splitter that supplies power which in turn enable cameras to function. eRacks/DVR systems can only use wired security cameras. eRacks/DVR systems also have less flexible mounting solutions, because routing coaxial cable can be more difficult in tight situations and a power outlet is required for each camera. Coaxial cables don’t natively transmit an audio signal, and eRacks/DVR recorders usually have a limited number of audio input ports.

eRacks/DVR home surveillance systems are easy to set up and can be accessed through a web browser. The user is notified by email if an alarm is triggered.

eRacks/DVR Server offers standard 1year full / 3year limited warranty and come with pre-configured latest Open-Source software based on the user’s specifications. 


Features & Specifications

  • Chassis: Support 3,6,8,10,15 & 24 RHDD in 2U, 3U & 4U Chassis.
  • Processor: Support from 'Intel® Core™ i5' to 'Dual Intel® Xeon Gold'
  • Motherboard: eRacks certified DVR Motherboard According to CPU selection.
  • Memory: Non-ECC to Up to 2TB ECC DDR4 RAM in 16 slots.
  • Storage Drives: Support Up to 432TB (24x 18TB) Surveillance Hard Drives.
  • PCI: Support Up to 4x 10GbE Network Ports
  • Operating System: Default Ubuntu Linux 20.04 LTS Desktop Edition
  • Support Up to 40 Wireless IP Cameras in 5x 8-Channel
  • DVR Software: NVR Open Source Projects for the best performances.

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Current Configuration

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Configuration Summary:
Default Configuration
Option Choices More Info Add/Subtract
ChassiseRacks/DVR 2U-3RHD Chassis With Trayless Hotswap Bays
MotherboardeRacks/DVR Motherboard
ProcessorIntel® Core™ i5-10400F (10th Gen 6-Cores@2.90GHz)
Memory4GB DDR4 Memory
OS Drive250GB Samsung 860 EVO SATA6 SSD
Storage Drives1TB Seagate SkyHawk Surveillance 3.5-inch SATA6 HDD
PCIIntel Dual Port Gigabit Ethernet card
Operating SystemUbuntu Linux 20.04 LTS Desktop Edition
Security Camera4-Channel Wireless IP Camera
SoftwareFrigate
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