(Digital Video Recorder) A security system device that records the video from up to 16 surveillance cameras on a hard disk. The frame rate can be switched from real time to time lapse in order to save disk space. Digital recorders are more flexible than earlier analog VHS tape systems, and the video can be easily transmitted over a computer network.
(Digital Video Recorder) Also known as a "personal video recorder" (PVR) or "hard disk recorder," a DVR is a consumer device that allows the viewer to pause and rewind any broadcast, cable or satellite TV program as well as record and play back selected programs (see live pause). An order of magnitude more flexible than VCRs, an entire season of programs from one or more favorite series can be recorded.
||Network, USB Pen-Drive
||1BNC, 1ch VGA, 1ch HDMI
|| RJ45 10M/100M
|| 1*RS485, Support multiple PTZ protocols
|| 2* USB 2.0
|| 2*SATA port (Max 2TB/per)
|| 4 Alarm IN/ 1 Alarm Out
||Support IE, Chrome, Firefox
||Support DDNS and P2P Remote Viewing