March Networks is committed to delivering secure, highly reliable IP video surveillance products that comply with the John S. McCain National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). Section 889 of the act contains prohibitions on certain video surveillance services and equipment from specific vendors.
March Networks uses chipsets made by U.S. companies in the majority of our cameras, making them ideal for U.S installations that are subject to the NDAA. Our Command Recording Server bundles and X-Series Hybrid NVRs are also NDAA compliant. Both are powered by American system-on-chip (SOC) technology and together with our IP cameras can provide secure, highly reliable, end-to-end video surveillance systems where NDAA compliance is required.
The complete list of NDAA-compliant security products from March Networks includes:
- The X-Series Hybrid NVRs
- Command Recording Software
- Command Recording Server Bundles (Windows option only – supporting up to 500-channels in multiple configurations and storage options)
- The ME6 Series IP Cameras
- The SE4 Series IP Cameras
- The SE2 Series IP Cameras
- The ME3 Series IP Cameras
- The FLIR Brickstream 3D Analytics Sensor
- Managed Switches from Transition Networks
- The Command I/O Extension Board
- The March Networks Keyboard V3
- Oncam Evolution 12 and Evolution 5 360 Cameras
- Oncam Evolution 180 Cameras
- Oncam C-Series 360 Cameras
- The CA2 IR Cameras
- The SDA IR Cameras
- The SE2 Fleet Wedge Camera
- The SE2 Fleet Dash Camera
- The SE2 ATM Camera
- The VA2 Series IP Cameras
- The VA4 Series IP Cameras
March Networks takes the security of its products and all components seriously and is committed to complying with all government regulations regarding the sale and use of video surveillance equipment and services.
For questions about this NDAA-compliant product list or the origins of components used in March Networks products, please contact us.