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MD-Series Cloud-Managed Appliance with Built-in PoE

Product Overview

The OpenEye MD-Series (OE-MD) recorder is designed to offer customers a cost-effective, IP recording solution. The all metal, compact 1U chassis is well suited for installation in a variety of environments. Available with a built-in 8 or 16 channel PoE switch, the MD-Series cloud-managed recorder features dual network ports, relay/sensor connections and runs a secure Linux operating system. A solid-state OS hard drive comes standard to improve reliability and provide faster boot times. Single-cable connection for PoE cameras and a built-in configuration wizard makes setup fast and easy.

The MD-Series cloud-managed recorder is fully integrated with OpenEye Web Services and offers centralized user management, single sign-on convenience, mobile apps and a web client that allows for easy remote connection to your recorders. Complete network setup is hassle free thanks to OpenEye's Web Connect technology which eliminates the need for port forwarding or entering IP settings into remote clients.

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Key Features

2 Drive Capacity 2 Drive Capacity
Dual GB NICs Dual GB NICs
Integrated PoE Integrated PoE
Rack Mountable Rack Mountable
Alarm I/O Alarm I/O
SSD OS Drive SSD OS Drive

Technical Specs

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Operating System:
Network Ports:
Dedicated Intel®GBE for Client Network Dedicated Intel®GBE for Camera Network
OS Drive:
Dedicated Solid State Drive
Power Consumption:
OE-MDX08 - 135W OE-MDX16 - 200W
OE-MDX08 - W: 8.7 x H: 1.7 x D: 10.8in (221 x 44 x 275mm) OE-MDX16 - W: 11.8 x H: 1.7 x D: 11in (300 x 44 x 280mm)
OE-MDX08 - 3.5lbs (1.59kg) OE-MDX16 - 5lbs (2.27kg)
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OpenEye is developing the future of surveillance in Liberty Lake, Washington