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UTC Fire & Security UK at IFSEC 2016

UTC Fire & Security UK are displaying the latest addition to the TruVision network video recorder range, the Internet Protocol (IP)-based TVN 70, pictured, at the IFSEC International security exhibition in London, from June 21 to 23.

Visitors to stand G1300 can learn more about the recorder, which is designed for the small-medium enterprise segment with up to 400 Mbps of incoming camera bandwidth or up to 128 camera channels.

The TVN 70 features the TruVision line’s proven user interface and allows functions to be set up and used, including RAID, camera settings, failover recording, hard drive grouping, network segregation and network redundancy. The TVN 70 has up to 64TB of embedded storage in a RAID configuration, or up to 96TB in a non-RAID configuration.

Kevin Swann, managing director, UTC Fire & Security UK, says: “This is a highly versatile recorder that can be set up and used with minimal training. It features the same familiar user interface as the other TruVision recorders and can be operated by the same sets of software and mobile applications as the entire TruVision portfolio.”

In large-scale systems it is important to limit single point of failure. For this reason the TVN 70 offers many redundancy features, including RAID 0, 1, 5 and 10, hard drive grouping, network interface card redundancy, power supply unit redundancy, failover recording and edge failover recording. Adapting to the requirements of each application, the TVN 70 can be operated in a variety of ways. The browser interface offers full functionality for viewing, playback and configuration of the device. In addition, TruVision Navigator provides a full, stand-alone or client/host application for managing TruVision systems.

All TruVision recorders are supported by a set of integration software packages such as Lenel OnGuard, TruPortal, ATS8600 Advisor Management software and Mastermind. For integration to third-party systems a software development kit is also available. Visit


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