The AnyNet-6416 Embedded NVR System features a powerful data storage capacity. It comes with a selection of 24 Hot-swap removable rack bays. Depending on HDD size, the AnyNet-6416 NVR can store up to 48 Terabytes recorded data and support Raid 0/1/5/6/10 capability. The NVR system makes data storage stability and management more convenient. Also the AnyNet -6416 NVR can display and recording up to 64 ea Megapixels IP cameras simultaneously with the third-party devices which support Onvif and RTSP compliant
SE-F64R-420TVL, SE-F64AR-540TVL, SE-F64HR-600TVL are outdoor IR CCTV camera with 50 high powered infrared LEDs for day and night vision surveillance. This camera has a built in IR cut filter which shifts automatically to day and night mode according to the outdoor light level. The IR capability of this camera is up to 50 meters in the dark. This security camera is enclosed in a vandal-proof and weatherproof polycarbonate case and the lens is concealed behind hard coated glass making it a great choice for outdoor surveillance. This camera has a weather proof rating of IP65. The camera power and video cables are concealed in the 3-axis mounting bracket. This camera uses a 12VDC power source.
1. 12VDC 10Amp 2. 9 Channel CTV Power Supply Box 3. Power up to 9 CCTV surveillance cameras 4. 12 Volts DC 5. 10 Amp total output 6. Max output current up to 1.6 Amp/Channel
Specifications: Input: 85-132VAC or 176-264VAC Output: 12V DC 10Amp 1 in 9 Out CCTV Power Distribution Box (9 channels) Switch mode power supply (regulated voltage) Over voltage, over current, and short-circuit protections Integral Surge Protection Individual LED power indication Individual PTC Reset-able Fuses Output Protection Internal On/off safety power switch with LED indicator Beige metal housing Dependable and long lasting
Packing Details: Metal Case Size: 25(L)*20(W)*15)cm Net weight: 3340g
A magnetic lock is a simple locking device that consists of an electromagnet and armature plate. By attaching the electromagnet to the door frame and the armature plate to the door, a current passing through the electromagnet attracts the armature plate holding the door shut. Unlike an electric strike a magnetic lock has no interconnecting parts and is therefore not suitable for high security applications because it is possible to bypass the lock by disrupting the power supply. Nevertheless, the strength of today's magnetic locks compares well with that of conventional door locks and they cost less than conventional light bulbs to operate. Power supplies incorporating a trickle-charged lead-acid battery pack can be used to retain security for short-term power outages.