NDAA Compliant Products

INTRODUCTION

The John S. McCain National Defense Authorization Act 2019 (NDAA) is a United States federal law which specifies the budget, expenditures and policies of the U.S. Department of Defense. The NDAA 2019 Section 889, prohibits the U.S. government from procuring video and telecommunication equipment from certain Chinese companies and their subsidiaries.

In order for video surveillance equipment to be installed on U.S. government properties, it must comply with section 889 of the 2019 NDAA. In short, none of its components can be constructed by any of these companies:

Huawei Technologies Company
ZTE Corporation
Hytera Communications Corporation
Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology Company
Dahua Technology Company

It’s proud of own R&D capabilities with special security protection, system also design to work with Taiwan cloud-P2P to be the Hacker terminator.

Hereunder following Deeplet products are compliant with NDAA policay which do not use or deploy critical components, nor include SoCs produced by NDAA banned component vendors.

HDVR Series

  • New Taiwan SoC solution, TAA and NDAA compliant
  • 16-CH IP-CAM or Analog-8MP Hybrid DVR
  • Support Coaxial Audio
  • Accept AHD, TVI, CVI, 960H/Analog and IP-Cam input
  • Support 2 internal HDDs
  • New Taiwan SoC solution, TAA and NDAA compliant
  • 8-CH IP-CAM or Analog-8MP Hybrid DVR
  • Support Coaxial Audio
  • Accept AHD, TVI, CVI, 960H/Analog and IP-Cam input
  • Support 2 internal HDDs
  • New Taiwan SoC solution, TAA and NDAA compliant
  • 2-CH IP-CAM + 4-CH Analog-5MP Hybrid DVR
  • Support Coaxial Audio
  • Accept AHD, TVI, CVI, 960H/Analog and IP-Cam input
  • Support 1 internal HDDs

Vehicle HDVR Series

  • New Taiwan SoC solution, TAA and NDAA compliant
  • 4K Mobile DVR, 8CH AHD 4in1 or 8CH IP-Cam
  • Support 8 Alarm inputs
  • Support up to 8MP resolution camera input
  • Support 2.5" internal HDD or SSD