MH-Series Cloud-Managed Enterprise Server with RAID
OE-MH-RAID



Product Overview

OpenEye MH-Series Cloud Managed servers are designed to offer maximum performance and reliability, paired with the powerful features and functionality of the OpenEye Web Services Platform (OWS). These 4U servers offer up to 128 channels and feature enterprise options like front removable drives, redundant power supplies, dual SSD OS drives, and RAID5.

MH-Series servers come preloaded with Apex Traverse or Professional and run the Windows 10 operating system. These high power servers are enterprise level HD IP recorders with the increased processing and throughput capabilities needed to handle larger channel count, storage, and remote usage requirements.

Enhance the functionality of your server even further by pairing it with OpenEye Web Services which allows you to centralize user management, monitor the health of your recording system, and take advantage of time-saving features like online export and video or clip file sharing. 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.


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Software

Apex Digital Signature Verifier:
Command Station Software:


Key Features

Dual GB NICs Dual GB NICs
Dual SSD OS Drives Dual SSD OS Drives
Front Swappable Drives Front Swappable Drives
Rack Mountable Rack Mountable
RAID 5 RAID 5
Sensor I/O Sensor I/O

Technical Specs

Max Channel Count:
128
Max Recording Rate:
400 Mbps
Max Storage Capacity:
160TB (150TB usable)
Operating System:
Windows
Network Ports:
Dual GbE for Dedicated Client and Camera Networks
OS Drive:
Dedicated Dual Solid State Drives - Configured as RAID 1
Power Consumption:
300W
Dimensions:
W: 17.2" (438 mm) x H: 5.2 (132mm) x D: 26 (660 mm)
Weight:
77lbs (34.9kg)
Country Of Origin:
United States

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