MVS5200 - 8-CH PoE Premium Mobile NVR Intel® Core™ i3-5010U, 2,1 Ghz

Category: In-Vehicle PC's


The MVS 5200 is a premium level multi-tasking Mobile NVR.  The unit will run video analytics software such as people counting and facial recognition while simultaneously recording real-time video.

Up to 8 IP cameras can be connected via PoE providing reliable and high quality video coverage around a bus / PSV. Vehicle information stamp such as location, speed or other critical data can be recorded and shown in video.

MVS 5200 leverages wireless networks to simplify fleet management with capabilities such as remote, real-time video monitoring. Vehicle data integration and diagnostics are also carried out via CAN Bus and OBDII.

For added physical security, the pre-alarm function on MVS 5200 features 2 x DI, 2 x DO and GNSS that can operate in power-off state, ensuring vehicle location, alarm and emergency notifications are constantly available at times of intrusion or urgent conditions. An optional back-up battery guards against unexpected vehicle power failure or unstable vehicle power.

The unit is designed for the vehicle environment passing MIL-STD-810G for shock and vibration is designed to operate in harsh environments

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Core FeaturesMore InformationTypical Applications

Multi-tasking PC + NVR + tracker function

Vehicle Information stamp in video

VMS software installed

Intel® 5th gen Core™ i3-5010U, 2.1 Ghz CPU

8 x 10/100/1000 Mbps 802.3af POE ports

Dual removable SSD / HDD & 1 x Cfast

GNSS tracker function support in OFF power state

Built-in CAN 2.0B, Optional OBDII (support SAE J1939)

1 x mPCIe socket (USB2.0)

1 x mPCIe socket (USB2.0 + PCIe)

1 x mPCIe socket (mSATA)


Built in G-sensor

1 x VGA for live view

1 x VGA for PC VGA switch

2 x 10/100/1000 Fast Ethernet

1 x 12VDC output

2 x RS232/422/485

3 x USB

8 x GPIO

Optional 1100mAh Li-poly battery 

IP Surveillance

Passenger Counting

Facial recognition

ANPR / Civil Enforcement

Driver behaviour monitoring