EN6283-POE/EN6243-POE is a desktop PoE network video recorder designed for residential and commercial IP surveillance applications. The recorder is based on powerful ARM Architecture from Hi-silicon recording throughput at a robust 32 Mbps (4CH) / 64 Mbps (8CH). This NVR supports plug-and-play installation, comes with four individual PoE Ethernet Ports, can directly connect to four pieces IEEE802.3af IP cameras. With Power over Ethernet (PoE) technology, the NVR can provide power supply to each of PoE IP cameras, also receive & transmit video, audio, control data through one Ethernet cable. This feature brings benefits of easy installation of IP surveillance system, also saving cost for installation.
This high quality network video recorder support with one 3.5” HDD (maximum 4TB). Equipped with HDMI and VGA ports to work with traditional and HDTV monitors. This recorder can display, record, playback video footage with full HD resolution (1920x1080P).
Aside advanced recording functions, the NVR has pre-installed with latest embedded Linux system offering reliable performance. A setup wizard included to simplify installation procedures, also NVR can automatically search the available IP cameras in the same network. Lastly, this NVR is compliant with Onvif protocol/standard, works with the vast majority IP cameras from cross brands including Axis, BOSCH, Canon, Sony, Dahua, Hikvision, Vivotek, Honeywell, Launch, Panasonic and more.
EN6243-POE is a 4 channel PoE network video recorder, EN6283-POE is a 8 channel PoE network video recorder. Both recorders support IEEE802.3af PoE standard, provides up to 15.4 W of DC power to IP cameras.
2-Way audio intercom function enables interactive audio transmission via networks
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|IPC Channel||4 Channel/8 Channel|
|Video Resolution||1080P(1920×1080)/720P(1280×720) 1～30fps|
|Recording Mode||Manual, Full Time, Scheduled, Motion Detection, Alarm Event|
|Playback||4 Channel playback simultaneously|
|Recording storage||One SATA HDD, Max. 4TB|
|Backup method||USB disc, Network|
|IE browser||Support LAN management, client management and remote IE visit|
|Dual stream||Individual setting by each channel|
|Mobile Phone Surveillance||Support (iPhone，Windows Mobile，BlackBerry，Symbian，Android) operation system|
|Wireless||Support 3G and WIFI|
Onvif 2.0, compatible third-party IP cameras, DVS.
|Mouse Zoom||Click any area and 15x zoom in or zoom out on the image by mouse|
|Motion Detection||Motion detection area selection, sensitivity 6 grade selection|
|Search||By time (calender), backup, by event,|
|IP video input||4 Channel 1/100M RJ45 with PoE (Power over Ethernet)|
|Video Output||HDTV HDMI, VGA|
|Audio Compression||Standard G.711|
|Audio Output||1CH BNC|
|Audio Talk||Two-way intercom|
|Network||10M/100M self-adaptive LAN port|
|USB||Three USB 2.0 ports|
|SATA HDD Ports||One SATA HDD ports|
|Power Supply||Voltage：12V 4A|
|Consumption||≤20W without HDD|
|Ingress protection||None/Indoor usage|
|Connectors||RJ-45 10BaseT/100Base Mbps TX DC jack and 1 Audio in / Audio out, 1 VGA, 1 HDMI|
|Operating Temperature||-10°C to 55°C|
|Operating Humidity||20% ~ 80% (non-condensing)|
Customer Feedback (10)
in europe '(spain,belgium, Netherlands
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1. EN6243-PoE supports 3-megapixel/5-megapixel IP cameras. EN6243E-PoE only supports 1080p IP cameras.
2. EN6243-PoE offers 50Mbps incoming bandwidth, while the EN6243E-PoE offers 25Mbps incoming bandwidth.
3. EN6243-PoE adopts Hi3535 dual-core processor, EN6243E-PoE adopts Hi3520D processor.
4. EN6243-PoE has RS485 connection design, EN6243E-PoE doesn’t include it.
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Jerry James Service Co.
Jerry James Service Co.
I have selected EN6283 NVR and going to connect 2 of EW2024K4-F cameras, 3 of EW1312K4-D cameras and ED2024W3-F & ED1312W3
Please let me know if this combination will work without a problem or should I select all in 2 mega pix cameras.
What is the best NVR I can select if I need POE as well with 8 ports. Does EN6283 support 1080p?
At this point, I click on "Search" at the "IP Channel Setting" and the NVR is unable to find any cameras. I want to add a camera manually but is not working.
Can you try?