Microseven 8CH Onvif H.264 CCTV NVR Full 1080P Video Recorder Security Camera System HDMI & VGA P2P (8CH NVR) For IP Camera
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- H.264 High profile compression algorithm ideal for standalone NVR
- Realtime live display up to 4/8 cameras
- Support Dual-streams,to make mobile monitoring very easy,flexible for network transmission
- Support Standard Onvif 2.0 protocal
- Easy backup methods: USB devices,remote network and client software backup
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Specification: tem Model AH-003 Operating System Embedded LINUX System Resources Pentaplex function:live,recording,playback,backup & remote access Operation interface 16-bit true color graphic menu operation interface, support mouse operation Preview 1/4/9(8ch) Video Video Standards PAL 625 line,50 f/s;NTSC 525 line,60 f/s Video Compression H.264 High profile quality supervision Monitor: D1; VGA: high definition; HDMI: hd Video Recording 1080P/720P/960H/D1/HD1/CIF/QCIF Vidie input(IP) 8*1080P/8*720P Motion Detection Zones:396(22*18)detection zones, Multi-level sensitivity can be set (Local channels only) Audio Audio Conpression G711A Bidrectional Talk N/A Record & Playback Recording Mode Manual>Alarm>Video Detection>Continuous Playback 1/2/4channel playback simultaneously; Search Mode Time/Date,Alarm,Motion Detection & exact search(accurate to second) Storage & Backup Space Occupation Video: 1080p 80G/day/ch, 720p 26G/day/ch, 960H 24G/day/ch, D1 16~20G/day/ch ; Audio: 691.2M/day/channel Video saved Local HDD,network Backup Mode Network download/Flash stick/USB/SATA Interface Video Input(bnc) N/A Video Output 1ch BNC output, 1ch VGA output, 1ch HDMI Audio Input N/A Audio Output 1 channel RCA Alarm Input N/A Relay Output N/A Net Interface RJ-45 10M/100M PTZ Control 1 RS485 3G/WIFI Support USB Interface 2* USB2.0 port for mouse and backup Hard Disk 1 SATA port(Max 1 x 4T) Environmental Power Supply 12V/3A Dimension 255 x 225 x 45mm ONVIF Standard 2.0 Package Included: * (1)8CH NVR * (1) Mouse * (1) Power Supply for NVR * (1) User's Manual * (1) CD Software
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I also set up the NVR to email me if there are problems. I put in my google SMTP server and turned on alarms for things like loss of video. Sure enough, when I unplugged a camera, I got an email. Very nice.
Oh yes, I purchased a purple 3GB Western Digital hard drive for this device. The purple colored WD hard drives are built for surveillance use. They are capable of correctly writing video data at the same time they are reading video data. I don't know how they do that but it seems to work very well and the hard drives are not expensive. I am told the 3GB hard drive will hold data for months even if I add 8 cameras to my system.
All in all, I am very pleased with this NVR.
I'm about to put the NVR in my safe. My safe has no holes in it to pass an ethernet cable into it, but it does have power inside. So I'm going to use an ethernet flat cable to try to go in through the seal around the door. I may have to cut a small part of the seal away to make room for the flat ethernet cable. If this works it will not be possible for the average thief to get access to my video recordings.
Sorry if this is sort of a disjointed review, but my experience with this nvr is disjointed. The price is good and it works eventually with alot of tinkering and ALOT of camera/network/IP/intuitive guesswork experience. Not recommended for the faint of heart. I suspect that I'll eventually replace it with a more expensive/robust unit but for a cheap starting point, its ok. Three stars mostly because of the documentation and resolution issues.
Its easy to set up, but doesn't have good instructions. Wasn't sure where the HDD installed at first (You take out the two screws on each side to get the cover off), but again it was pretty simple. When I first started it up the picture was way out of bounds on my monitor, but theres an option somewhere to "deflate" the image. Also got stuck on one of the menus because it said it "Couldn't save to config file" but a simple restart fixed this.
The streams aren't as smooth as if you were streaming to a computer, the frame rate is a little slower (Or maybe I haven't tweaked settings enough), but the price is low, easy to set up, and now I can have my cameras record all the time, with easy access to previous recordings instead of having them record to SD cards as I had. I recommend this little DVR. It may not be as good as some other ones (This is my first DVR, so can't confirm this) but its simple and cheap and does its job.