Nortek Security & Control (NSC) brand ELAN will introduce a range of new surveillance cameras, a network video recorder (NVR) and an assortment of compatible accessories. The products, tailored for ease of installation by integrators, offer features including auto-configuration and ELAN’s advanced Intellivision analytics, as well as multiple form factors to accommodate a variety of installation scenarios, says the company.
The IntelliVision analytics features make for more precise person and vehicle classification as well as advanced object detection, which provides personalized and informative alerts to the end-user. Additionally, says the company, customers will benefit from the line’s personalized system design as well as advanced privacy features that are a result of deep software integration.
The lineup includes an 8-channel NVR that can be mounted in a structured wiring can or a rack shelf. Along with the new cameras, the system integrates as part of a whole-house or property ELAN intelligent system.
The new array includes six outdoor IP cameras, one 8-channel NVR, and accessories. “We are kicking off 2020 with some great updates to the award-winning ELAN surveillance line, providing a faster install for dealers and rich features for homeowners – from receiving a push message when a vehicle is detected, to setting a privacy mask area right in the ELAN app,” said Richard Pugnier, vice president of marketing at NSC. “All new models run NSC’s IntelliVision video analytics and allow you to adjust the motorized zoom and focus from the ELAN app almost anywhere in the world,” added Andy Spalla, product manager for ELAN surveillance.
Integration Notes and User Guides are available to Authorized ELAN Dealers via the new, recently announced ELAN Management Cloud [ELAN Dealer Resources Link] (EMC). EMC is a new 2020 platform that provides systems integrators with real-time device health monitoring, device state reporting, remote management, automated troubleshooting, issue resolution and specialized customer relationship management—and more—all within a singular interface. With real-time, real-status monitoring, dealers can receive push notifications if a device faults, allowing them to troubleshoot the issue before their customer even notices, says the company.