Hanwha Techwin introduces compact Wisenet NVRs for transport sector applications

The new vibration-proof Wisenet TRM-410S and Wisenet TRM-810S NVRs manufactured by Hanwha Techwin are designed to be at the heart of video surveillance solutions for transport applications. 

With a footprint of just 250 mm x 210 mm and offering two-way audio communication, the two new robust NVRs are EN 50155, EN 50121 and EN 61373-certified. This makes them particularly suitable for deployment on buses and trains where they can be used to record video of passenger activity, as well as video of the road ahead, in order to provide evidence of any incidents that should occur.

The NVRs, which support H.265, H.264 and MJPEG compression, offer 4 TB of on-board video data storage, with the TRM-810S also offering the option of RAID.

Both of the new NVRs have a built-in Power over Ethernet (PoE and PoE+) switch, making them ideal for mobile applications as there’s no need to install separate power supplies for cameras and monitors.

Designed to offer the stable recording of event and location data as well as video, the two new devices complement the 16-channel TRM-1610S and TRM-1610M NVRs and the three compact Wisenet X Series mobile H.265 dome cameras launched last year.

“Our two existing 16-channel NVRs are proving to be popular among train operators who wish to record images captured by a large number of cameras installed in train carriages,” said Uri Guterman, head of product and marketing for Hanwha Techwin Europe. “The introduction of these new four- and eight-channel NVRs means that we now have cost-effective solutions for bus and coach-type applications.”

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