PoE Powered NVR (Aimetis E3200PoE)

Author: Brian Rhodes, Published on Sep 06, 2012

Most NVRs or VMS servers need to be plugged into mains power and (hopefully) connected to a local UPS to ensure backup power. What if you could eliminate both of these and simply plug an NVR into a network switch and power it up just like you would do with an IP camera? That's the concept behind Aimetis newest NVR appliance. In this note, we examine the key differentiators, its cost and competitive positioning in the market.

4 Key Differences

*********** ****** *********** ** ** * ******* ***** *******' "******** ********" *** on ******* * ** ********.  *** **** *** ******** ******** of ** ***:

  • *** *******: *** *** *********** ** **** **** ** ** ******** no **** ****** *** ***** ********** ** *******. *** ***** PoE *** ** ***.*** ********* (**** ***, *** '*******' ***) and ***** **** **** *** ** *****. *** ****** **** not ****-******* ***** ** ******* (*.*., ******* **** ** ** connected ** * ******** *** ******* ******.
  • ** **** *** ********* ***: ****** **** ******* *********, *** ******** ****** ******** **** ******** UPS/backup ***** *** ******* ******** ** ****** *********** ****** *******. Because ** *** *** ***** ******, *** **** *** ** accomodated ** ******** ****** ***** ******* ********** **** *** ****** or ******* ********* *** ***.
  • ** ****** ************: *** **** **** *** *** ****** *** * *******-********* ** LTE *****. **** ******* ****** *** **** ** ** ****** in ***** ******* *** ************, ****** *****, ** *** **********.
  • ***** *********: *** ******** ****** ** ******* **** *******, **** ******** ****. The **** ******** **.*" * *.*" * *.**", *** ****** **** than * ******. *** **** ***** ** ******** ** ***** the **** ***** ******* ***** ** ****** ** ******** ** mitigate *** **** ** *********.

************, **** ********** *** ********, *** **** **** *** **** enterprise ******* **** *** ** **** *** ***** ********* **** as ****** ********.

*** *******, *** ** ** ** * *** ** **** while *** ***** ** ******** ** * *.*" ****. *** SATA ***** ***** ** ***** ** ***.

*** ***** ***** ********* *** ****:

** ******** ** *** ***** **** *** ******, *** ***** chassis ** * ******* ******, *** *** ******** **** ******* as * ******** ** **** ******* *********** ** ****** ******. The **** ** ***** *** *** ** ************ ******* * and ** *.

******* ********* *** **** ** ** "******** ** ** ****** ** **** ******* ***** *** *** not **** ***** *********. ** **** ***-** ************ **** *** stations *** ***********, ***** ** ** ****** ****. ** ***** cases, *** ***’* **** *** ******** ** **** **** ****** to *** ****."

*******

*** **** ***** ** *** *******. **** ******* **:

  • ***-******* ***** (* ****** ********, *** *******) ** $*,*** ***
  • ***-******* (* ****** ********, ***** *******) ** $*,*** ***

**** ** ********* *** *********** *** ** ** ****** *** budget ************. 

Competitive **********

***** **** **** ** ** ********* *** *******'* *** **** and ***** ***** ****** ** ***** *** ******* ******, **** will ****** ** * **** **** *** ******* ***** *** a ******** ********** *** ***** ******* *** *** *** *********. While ******* ** '*************', *** *** *************** ******** **** (*** powered, ** ********* *** ******, ** *** ***** ****) **** it ** *********** *** ******** *********** ** *** *** ********* form ******* ** *** ****** *****.

Login to read this IPVM report.
Why do I need to log in?
IPVM conducts unique testing and research funded by member's payments enabling us to offer the most independent, accurate and in-depth information.

Related Reports

Hikvision Access Control Tested on Oct 19, 2017
Hikvision aggressive pricing and marketing combined with generally reliable hardware and free software has made them a major player in video...
Verkada, Silicon Valley VSaaS Startup, Targets Enterprise on Oct 19, 2017
Verkada says they are building an enterprise-class VSaaS offering, calling it "The new platform for video security". This is a departure from the...
Axis 'Sold Out' P3707-PVE Multi-Imager Tested on Oct 18, 2017
Axis faced significant product shortages over the summer. Perhaps the most notorious and significantly sold out model was the Axis P3707-PE 8MP...
Deep Learning Tutorial For Video Surveillance on Oct 17, 2017
Deep learning is a growing buzzword within physical security and video surveillance. But what is 'deep learning'? In this tutorial, we explain...
Top Problems Searching Surveillance Video (Statistics) on Oct 13, 2017
When crimes, accidents or incidents happen, the video surveillance system is a key component in finding out and proving what actually...
Exacq M Series Low Cost NVR Tested on Oct 12, 2017
With recent cyber security issues hitting NVRs and cameras from low cost leaders Dahua and Hikvision, users are increasingly seeking alternatives...
PoE Powered Access Control Tutorial on Oct 12, 2017
Powering access control with Power over Ethernet, like for IP cameras, has become increasingly common.  However, the demands for access power are...
Genetec Launches Streamvault Hardware Revamp on Oct 10, 2017
Genetec is launching a new series of hardware appliances, dubbed "Streamvault", with updated capabilities and design. These units will replace...
Dahua Access Control Tested on Oct 10, 2017
Can Dahua become a major force in access control? We bought Dahua's ASC1202B to find out. We tested Dahua access and its management application...
Hanwha 20MP Multi-Imager Tested (PNM-9081VQ) on Oct 09, 2017
Hanwhwa has introduced the latest in their multi-imager camera line, the PNM-9081VQ, a Wisenet 5 20MP model with four repositionable 5MP camera...

Most Recent Industry Reports

Exacq Unbreaks Avigilon Integration on Oct 18, 2017
For nearly 4 years, Exacq had broken and effectively blocked use with Avigilon cameras, as IPVM reported in January 2014. Now, Exacq has...
Search More Important Than Live Monitoring - Statistics on Oct 18, 2017
Search is overall more important than live monitoring to integrators, according to new IPVM statistics.  The key themes found in integrator...
Axis 'Sold Out' P3707-PVE Multi-Imager Tested on Oct 18, 2017
Axis faced significant product shortages over the summer. Perhaps the most notorious and significantly sold out model was the Axis P3707-PE 8MP...
Dahua Removes Auto Rebooting on Oct 17, 2017
For years, Dahua has automatically programmed its IP cameras to reboot weekly, a highly atypical and questionable practice. Following IPVM...
Deep Learning Tutorial For Video Surveillance on Oct 17, 2017
Deep learning is a growing buzzword within physical security and video surveillance. But what is 'deep learning'? In this tutorial, we explain...
Multipoint Lock Access Control Tutorial on Oct 17, 2017
Doors are notoriously weak at stopping entry, and money can be misspent on wrong locks that leave doors quite vulnerable. While closed and locked...
Buy From B&H, Ship Direct From ADI on Oct 16, 2017
B&H, one of the largest online sellers of video surveillance equipment to end users, regularly purchases their video surveillance equipment...
Competing Against Siemens on Oct 16, 2017
Siemens entered the integration business with 15,000+ customers, through their acquisition of Security Technologies Group in 2001. Since that time,...
Geovision GV-EDR2100 Tested Vs Hikvision on Oct 16, 2017
A number of ADI's top selling IP cameras are, at least surprisingly to us, from Geovision. We recently bought and tested the Geovision EDR2100...
Top Problems Searching Surveillance Video (Statistics) on Oct 13, 2017
When crimes, accidents or incidents happen, the video surveillance system is a key component in finding out and proving what actually...

The world's leading video surveillance information source, IPVM provides the best reporting, testing and training for 10,000+ members globally. Dedicated to independent and objective information, we uniquely refuse any and all advertisements, sponsorship and consulting from manufacturers.

About | FAQ | Contact