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Exacq’s Upgraded Higher-Capacity Video Servers

Store More Video, Longer

Exacq’s powerful upgraded network video recorders (NVR) are designed to address significantly rising storage requirements demanded by today’s high megapixel cameras. Systems can now be configured with diverse storage options including RAID models that offer up to 216TB of available storage space. The updates – including the exacqVision A, M, and Z Series Recorders and S- Series Network Storage Server – allow you to store or archive more video than ever before and double the maximum age of stored video.

Exacq High Capacity Hard Drives

Highlights:

Z-Series: Highest performance and capacity recorders

The exacqVision Z-Series recorders provide enterprise-class video surveillance. The high-performance servers provide high-capacity storage for maximum reliability and speed. The 2U Z-Series now supports 12TB HDs with the ability to store up to 96TB while the 4U RAID configuration supports 8TB,10TB and 12TB with the ability to store up to 216TB of data.

A-Series: For standalone or enterprise environments

The exacqVision A-Series recorders are well-suited for a wide variety of applications, from standalone installations to deployment in an enterprise environment. The enhanced A-Series servers can now store up to 20TB on the desktop model, 30TB on the 2U model and 80TB on the 4U model.

M-Series: Easiest to quote, install and service

The exacqVision M-Series are cost-effective network video recorders that are easy to install and use, and include integrated PoE camera ports. M-Series now supports 2TB, 4TB and 6TB drives and are ideal for applications that require a smaller form factor while demanding reliability.

S-Series: Cost-effectively add storage

The exacqVision S-Series Network Storage servers provide a fully integrated video and audio archive solution that allows you to increase the amount of video stored or expand beyond short-term storage without having to add recorders. Using larger capacity hard drives, the S-Series is capable of storing up to 96TB on 2U models and 216TB on 4U RAID models.  Along with the expanded storage offerings, S-Series now supports Ubuntu 16.04 operating system.

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As always, the exacqVision recorders are all scalable, cross-compatible and unified through the freely distributed exacqVision client software, and every exacqVision server includes pre-configured exacqVision VMS software and a 3-year warranty with valid SSA.

For a complete list of features, photos, and specifications for the new Exacq recorders, visit our product webpage. If you have any questions or need further assistance, please contact your sales representative.

New exacqVision On-Site Hardware Repair Available

Now, exacqVision customers who order a new exacqVision network video recorder (NVR) can add an optional annual on-site hardware repair service. If a hardware issue is identified, Exacq will automatically dispatch a local technician and repair parts to the customer site within the next business day.

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Benefits

On-Site Repaid

  • On-site hardware repair with parts and local technician conveniently dispatched to customer site within the next business day if necessary
  • Easy access to diagnose recorder by contacting Exacq technical support experts
  • Receive hardware and software support from a single source
  • Resolve issues quicker eliminating time spent troubleshooting
  • Available on all exacqVision NVRs including LC-Series, ELP-Series, A-Series, Z-Series and S-Series

How to Order and Use This On-site Repair Service
This new service is currently available in the continental U.S. only and at time of the initial NVR purchase. It must be purchased annually with part #5000-66001.

exacqVision dealers must initiate a technical support case and provide requested system information during the diagnostic phase for on-site hardware repair to begin.

Learn more about exacqVision on-site hardware repair and how it works.