MG-Series Cloud-Managed Micro Server
OE-MG



Product Overview

The OpenEye M-Series network video recorders are designed to be a cornerstone of a surveillance system integrated into the OWS platform. OpenEye Web Services (OWS) offers centralized user management, single sign-on convenience, mobile apps and a web client that allows for easy remote connection to your recorders. With OWS, you have easy access to high definition video anytime, anywhere. Using technologies such as NAT Traversal and Web relay, OWS makes it easier than ever to navigate complex networks and access recorders from your PC or mobile device.

To make setup and operation easier, OpenEye M-Series network video recorders eliminate the need for port forwarding using OWS. There is no need to write, remember, or type IP addresses and other network information for remote connections. Simply enable OWS on your recorder and then connect using the OWS web client to manage recorder configurations and user access.

OpenEye MG network video recorders are at the heart of an OWS-enabled video surveillance system. With up to 80 available channels, the MG recorders can connect with OpenEye or ONVIF cameras.

With OpenEye Web Services, video security management is simple and hassle free, the way it should be.


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Key Features

4 Drive Capacity 4 Drive Capacity
Dual GB NICs Dual GB NICs
Rack Mountable Rack Mountable
Sensor I/O Sensor I/O
SSD OS Drive SSD OS Drive

Technical Specs

Max Channel Count:
64 (80 w/ Upgrade Options)
Max Recording Rate:
300 Mbps
Max Storage Capacity:
48TB
Operating System:
Linux (Windows Optional)
Network Ports:
Dual GbE for Dedicated Client and Camera Networks
OS Drive:
Dedicated Solid State Drive
Power Consumption:
110W
Dimensions:
W: 17.25" x H: 3.75" x D: 9.625in.
Weight:
25lbs (11.3kg)
Country Of Origin:
Assembled In The USA

OpenEye is developing the future of surveillance in Liberty Lake, Washington