Honeywell Warns of Huawei, Advocates Futureproofing

By Conor Healy, Published Aug 31, 2020, 10:37am EDT (Info+)

For years, Honeywell has profited from OEMing Dahua and using Huawei Hisilicon chips. Now, the company warned that products with Huawei Hisilicon violate the NDAA and advocated futureproofing in case the US government takes even stronger action against China.

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In this note, we review Honeywell's August 28, 2020 webinar touting their "NDAA COMPLIANT VIDEO SOLUTIONS" in which they covered:

  • Past Steps, and Future Action by the Company Towards NDAA Compliance
  • How Suppliers Should Think About Protecting Themselves From Blacklisting
  • NDAA-Compliant Honeywell Products

We also review other Honeywell product series that are NDAA banned and yet continue to be sold, without declaration, from Honyewell.

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Comments (3)

Even though we don't fall under NDAA (Canada), Honeywell has been pushing us to buy the 60 Series camera. But they failed to mention they don't currently have a plugin for their own MaxPro NVR to support the 60 Series. They say "just use onvif driver" but you don't get the full feature set (namely, you can't use H.265).

As usual with Honeywell a patch is "just around the corner".

They still claim it's their own custom firmware running on the Performance Series and EquIP series, but I have my doubts.

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They still claim it's their own custom firmware running on the Performance Series

They may have a generous definition of custom, e.g. see our side by side of Dahua vs Honeywell Performance series:

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Well, at least it's a Vivotek !!!

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