SnapAV’s Luma Surveillance brand is releasing an all-new NVR and DVR lineup it claims will change how integrators create surveillance solutions.
“This project has been years in the making,” says Alex Patrao, SnapAV’s surveillance product manager. “So far, I’m blown away by the reception we’ve gotten from dealers – even comments I’ve heard from people within the company.”
Luma’s new 510 Series NVRs are said to be faster than their predecessors and offer heavy-duty performance and features. They support higher resolution cameras up to 12MP, 4K HDMI output, long-distance PoE up to 250m and new smart search capabilities.
The NVRs are sold in traditional 4-, 8- and 16-channel options, as well as a “no-HD” option for integrators who prefer to customize HDD storage. They also utilize the latest H.265 codec, for more efficient storage. A ‘cost-conscious’ recorder line, the 310 Series, is in production and slated to be released later this year.
SnapAV says the new Luma line is designed to offer integrators of all trades an ideal surveillance solution with a number of benefits for end users, including: an intuitive UI and mobile app, faster processing and performance, and new privacy features well-suited for in-home applications.
When used with LumaLink, SnapAV’s free point-to-point remote access service, integrators can also eliminate insecure port forwarding and DDNS using remote management platform OvrC.
“Instead of adding devices manually and setting each of them up one at a time, you can sync your OvrC device list with the Luma app for a streamlined setup. This lets you manage every camera in your system through one platform, leveraging the same OvrC login you use today,” says Patrao.
The 510 Series NVR will debut at CEDIA Expo, taking place in San Diego Sept. 4-8.
To view a demo of LumaLink and OvrC, click here.