This affordable networkable, digital recorder features stand-alone 4 channel operation and easy plug and play configuration.
Easy PTZ camera control by front panel buttons, Remote viewer for good picture quality through TCPIP.
Comes with a USB 2.0 Thumb drive for portable drive and back up.
When Purchasing a DVR for your Security System you should consider the following features:
- Channels - How Many cameras will you security system need? In General you can attach one camera for each channel.
- FPS (Frames Per Second) Standard video is 30 FPS While true film in the U.S. is recorded at 24 FPS, so anything in this range will be recorded as full motion video. Remember, it is “Frames Per Second per Channel” so a 4 Channel DVR needs to be rated at 96 FPS – 120 FPS for full motion (120 FPS /4 channels = 30 FPS/Channel)
- Hard Disk Space - Consider how long you want to keep your security footage.
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Standalone DVR Specifications:
- MPEG 4
- BNC connection
- 160 GB (4ch)
- Accommodates 2 HDD up to 1TB
- Maximum recording speed 120fps
- Motion detection
- Manual, Timer, Motion, Alarm and Remote recording modes
- Pre-alarm Recording
- 19V DC adapter power supply
- 2x digital Zoom
- Key Lock
- Remote Surveillance with I.E. browser (up to 5 users)
Standalone DVR FAQs
Q: How do you remove the remote for the Professional Standalone 4 Channel DVR from the front panel?
A: The remote control is stationed on the right side on the front panel of the DVR. On the upper left corner, where the remote is mounted, a switch is present, locking and unlocking the remote. Press the switch found in the upper left corner to the right to release the remote.