NVR AND INSTALLATION TOOLS
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VNS Tools are non-recording solutions intended to make the job of installation or project sizing/quoting
easier. These have been developed with the installer or project manager in mind.
Installation Tool: VistaPoint
The VistaPoint is an IP Camera Field Kit intended to ease installations by providing a light weight hand
held computer with an IP Discovery Tool. The VistaPoint is the IP equivalent to the Analog Field Monitor.
The tool connects directly to the RJ-45 port of the IP camera, discovers the IP address and then can be
used to launch the camera's web browser. Once the browser is launched the installation technician can
change any parameter, set the field of view and focus of the camera - all while on a ladder. The VistaPoint
is a kit which includes the Windows convertible computer, the PINPOINT from Veracity, IP Address Edit
Tool and IP Discovery Tool.
NVR Configuration Tool
The VNS NVR Configuration Assistant is designed to easily match the application's system requirements
with a VNS modular V-Series NVR Standard Product. The NVR Configuration Assistant provides an
ordering part number for most applications. For those instances where the surveillance system is unique
enough to require a specialty or custom NVR product the Tool will return a "Call Factory" message - we
then use this information to develop a solution for your needs. The below graphic shows the form and
input variables which can be modified in order to generate the NVR configuration for a specific application.
The NVR Configuration Assistant is available to our Sales Partners so Contact Us to see how we can put
this tool to use for you today.
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Motion Estimation Tool
The VNS Motion Estimation Tool is an Excel spreadsheet which calculates the overall motion for a camera
over the archive duration period. The tool was specifically developed to aide system designers estimate
the amount of recording time for motion based systems with defined "opened" and "closed" traffic patterns.
Typical examples would be schools, retail outlets, factories or any other site that exhibit these patterns of
operation. The user merely needs to define the "open" and "closed" hours of operation, the expected
motion during those times, the number of days the establishment is open and the duration of the archive
period. The tool returns the overall motion and an estimated number of hours of recording. Down load the
tool motion estimation to start putting this app to work for you today.