What are NDAA-Compliant Cameras and NVRs and Who Makes Them?
Posted October 1, 2021 | Security Equipment Supply, Inc. (SES)
NDAA is the National Defense Authorization Act, a set of federal laws passed every year involving the U.S. Defense Department. NDAA laws for recent years have prohibited the department from purchasing video surveillance cameras, network video recorders (NVRs) or other equipment manufactured by certain companies in the People’s Republic of China. Equipment using components or sub-components from those companies also is prohibited.
Some other government bodies and other entities also require NDAA-compliant equipment.
Speco NDAA-Compliant Cameras and NVRs
One company with a full line of NDAA-compliant video cameras and NVRs is Speco Technologies.
Here is a listing of Speco NVRs that are NDAA-compliant:
N16WNRN4TB - 16 Channel Wall Mount NVR with 16 Built-in PoE Ports- 4TB
N8WNRN2TB - 8 Channel NVR 80Mbps Max Throughput - 2TB
N4WNRN2TB - 4k H.265 Wall Mount NVR With Smart Analytics
And here are Speco NDAA-compliant surveillance cameras:
O4VT1 - 4MP Outdoor Network Turret Camera with Night Vision
O4VT1M - 4MP Outdoor Network Turret Camera with Night Vision (motorized)
O4VB1 4MP - Outdoor Network Bullet Camera with Night Vision
O4VB1M 4MP - Outdoor Network Bullet Camera with Night Vision (motorized)
O8VD1 8MP - Outdoor Network Dome Camera with Night Vision
O8VT1 8MP - Outdoor Network Turret Camera with Night Vision
O8VB1 8MP - Outdoor Network Bullet Camera with Night Vision
SES is a full-service security hardware distributor that has 13 fully stocked branches across the U.S. and a dedicated team of account representatives ready to assist you with all your security and other electronic equipment needs. Our knowledgeable salespeople can help you select the right NDAA-compliant equipment for your needs from Speco Technologies or another NDAA-compliant manufacturer.