This report aggregates video surveillance products that manufacturers have told IPVM are compliant with NDAA Section 889 that bars products produced or using essential components from Dahua, Hikvision, and Huawei.
Determining Blacklist / Whitelist
The key difficulty for buyers is determining which products are deceptively-labeled by Western companies but actually are made by or use essential components from the banned companies (like Hikvision as Honeywell).
Any product OEM / relabelled from Dahua or Hikvision is banned, though many brands doing so will not readily admit to it. See: Dahua OEM Directory and Hikvision OEM Directory for the companies doing so. Note that companies OEM'ing products may have non-OEM models that are NDAA compliant.
Of course, since this is time-consuming and requires having a device physically on hand, the goal of this whitelist is to simplify the discovery process for which devices are not banned.
Current Products Vs Past Products Warning
Because of the NDAA ban, many manufacturers have recently discontinued products that are covered by the ban, or just discontinued them in the US but still sell them globally. As such, you should be careful to verify that you do not have existing products that are covered, that you are buying products not taken from old NDAA-banned inventory, or are buying products internationally that are banned.
The following companies told IPVM that all their products are compliant. Note that past models are not necessarily compliant.