EN6343-POE is a new generation security network video recorder which is dedicated to offer easy and efficient video recording and remote surveillance solution to your IP video surveillance systems. It’s a 4-channel NVR that can connect with 4 sets of megapixel IP security camera. In addition to supporting 4K/12-megapixel network cameras, it can work with HD cameras which has lower resolution including 720p, 1080p, 3-megapixel, 5-megapixel, 8-megapixel. It offers such a good scalability that can meet the demands of both regular HD and ultra HD video monitoring applications.
By employing high-end Quad-core CPU has a 3D GPU built-in, and an optimized 4K UHD codec engine, the NVR has the capability to decode 2-channels 4K30p video in H.264+ video compression simultaneously. Intending to offer smart and efficient video surveillance solution, EN6343-POE has implanted with innovative smart video analytics engine, except the regular motion detection, it now can provide perimeter detection, region detection, object detection, object counting and more advanced features.
Key Features of 4CH PoE NVR
- Real-time 4-channel network video recorder
- Records all cameras at 4K/12MP resolution at 30fps per camera
- Also accepts 1.0MP, 1.3MP, 2MP, 3MP, 4MP, 5MP, 6MP, 8MP IP cameras
- Supports all kinds of IP camera including PTZ, box, bullet/dome cameras
- Selectable video compression standard including MJPEG, H.264, H.264+
- Power over Ethernet IEEE802.3af
- Equipped with 4 independent Ethernet ports with PoE
- 2x SATA HDDs, up to 12TB
- Compatible with third-party or brand name network cameras
- HDMI output for 4K UHD video output to a 4K TV or HDTV
- Record video on motion, alarm (triggered by smart video analytics)
- Search video easily using calendar based video search option
- Can remote backups to a external USB drive, to a remote server
- Cross platform web servers support Edge, IE, Chrome, Safari
- RTSP & RTMP multimedia stream protocols
- Compliant with ONVIF 2.4
- Free P2P platform, including free App
- Free CMS software
EN6343-POE has four independent Ethernet ports which support Power over Ethernet technology. The PoE technology can allow your security cameras bypass the network switches and directly connect to the NVR. Data and power supply can be transmitted via an Ethernet cable. The PoE can not only offer centralized power supply for easy maintenance, but also make the installation become more easier, which in turn, greatly reduce the installation cost.
Is this NVR suitable to your IP cameras? Today, the most majority of IP cameras and NVRs comply with ONVIF standard. This NVR is compliant with ONVIF version 2.4 / Profile S specification, it offers great interoperability hence it works with up to IP cameras from more than 1000 third-party manufacturers.
Why the PoE NVR is better than a regular one?
There are many things we should take into consideration when we plan to setup an IP video surveillance system. In addition to cost and functionality, we usually opt to a system that easy to install and use. Both WiFi and PoE technology can help to simplify the installation and reduce the cost. However, compare the WiFi, PoE owns many unique advantages for instance, the PoE can support data transmission distance reaches up to 100 meters, while WiFi’s signal coverage usually is limited within 20-30 meters. PoE can offer stable and reliable connection, as WiFi wireless signal is easy to be interfered.
PoE technology allows your IP cameras to obtain power supply from the NVR directly rather than using extra power cords to transmit electrical current from a different power source. Doing so minimizes the number of wires that should be connected to install the IP security system. It means that you can save on wirings, not so much of a hassle, easy to install due to less complexity than traditional wiring. Thus, resulting in lower cost installation because of its dual cord function using less wires. Power over Ethernet reduces the demand for electricians to install conductive, electrical system and outlets throughout the business.
Why choose the H.265 NVR?
H.264+ is the latest video compression standard which is proved to reduce bitrate and storage consumption by as much as 50 percent from H.264. This means if you have a 2MP network camera and it records 24 hours, it consumes approximate 50GB of storage in H.264 standard. Under the new standard – H.265, it uses only 25GB.
As H.265 system can reduce 50% bitrate than H.264, users can save half of the cost on storage and get batter image quality over constrained bandwidth. H.265 enables users to consider deploying more cameras at the same resolution and frame rate without placing a burden on bandwidth and storage.
What benefits can we get from 4K resolution?
4K resolution is four times higher than 1080p resolution, which means a 4K IP camera can cover the area that equals 4 sets of 1080P security cameras. On the other hand, if the viewing angle is the same, 4K video can provide 4 times clearer image than the 1080p video. By deploying 4K resolution video surveillance system, your system is able to capture crystal clear image with high clarity, and it provides great details to identify criminals, recognize people’s face, capture the vehicle plate license number.
Advantages of smart video analytics
Smart video analytics not only can make your IP surveillance system become smarter and efficient. It also can add value and increase the productivity to your business. Our smart video analytics can work independently, it works with your common IP cameras that may not support smart function. Smart video analytics enable the NVR to be the tailored solution for multiple applications.
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- Model: EN6343-POE
- IPC Channel: 4 channels
- Stream quality: 4×(3840*2160/4K UHD/12MP), 4×(2592*1944/5MP), 4x (1920*1080/2MP), 4x (1280*960/960P/720p)
- Display/Video Resolution: 4K/5MP/3MP/1080P/960P/720P
- Recording Mode: Manual, Full Time, Scheduled, Motion Detection, Alarm Event
- Playback: 1/4 channel playback simultaneously
- Recording storage: 2x HDD bays, max. 12 terabytes (TB)
- Backup method: External HDD, E-SATA HDD, 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, Android) operation system
- Wireless: Support 3G and WIFI dongle
- Compatibility : ONVIF (High profile S, High profile G), RTSP/RMTP
- Mouse Zoom: Click any area and zoom in or zoom out on the image by mouse
- Motion Detection: Motion detection area selection, sensitivity 6 grade selection
- Smart Video Analytics: Smart video analytics 2.0 (perimeter detection, region detection, object detection, object counting)
- Search: By time (calendar), backup, by event,
- IP video input: 1x 10/100Mbps Self-adaptive Ethernet Port
- PoE ports: 4 independent PoE RJ45 ports (10/100Mbps)
- PoE standard: IEEE802.3af (power budget 52W)
- Video Output: 1CH HDTV HDMI (4K UHD resolution)
- Video compression: H.264/AVC, H.264+ (Main/Main 10 profile@level 5.1 high-tier), MJPEG
- Audio Compression: Standard G.711
- Audio Output: 1CH BNC
- Audio Talk: Two-way intercom
- Alarm Input: 4CH
- Alarm Output: 1CH
- Network: RJ45 Ethernet port(10M/100Mbps)
- RS485: Full duplex RS485, Support 19 PTZ protocols
- USB: 1x USB 3.0 ports, 2x USB 2.0 ports
- E-SATA: N/A
- SATA HDD Ports: SATA 1.0, SATA 2.0, SATA 3.0
- Power Supply: AC/DC Power Adapter (input 100-240V AC; output 48V 2A)
- Consumption: ≤20W without HDD
- Mechanical Dimensions: 350mm*240mm*68mm
- Weight: 1.7Kg
- Ingress protection: None/Indoor usage
- Protection Class: Indoor
- Operating Temperature: -20°C to +55°C
- Operating Humidity: 20% ~ 80% (non-condensing)
4-Channel 4K H.265 NVR FAQ
Does this NVR can work with IP PTZ camera?
Yes, this NVR can work with IP PTZ camera but it doesn’t support PoE function. As it’s compatible with IEEE802.3af standard provides up to 15.4 W of DC power. An IP PTZ camera supports PoE will require 802.3at standard to operate. Only the PoE NVR supports IEEE802.3at (also called PoE+, PoE plus) standard can provide up to 30 W of DC power.
Does the PoE NVR work with common IP cameras?
Yes, though the NVR supports PoE, it still can connect with regular IP cameras. The 4 independent Ethernet ports can automatically detect connected devices, only it complies the PoE standard, the NVR will provide the electrical current necessary for the operation of IP cameras. This design can prevent the IP camera from being damaged by PoE.
Why I can’t access the NVR locally?
Ensuring you used the correct IP address to access the NVR, the PoE NVR has two network cards for network configuration, the NC1 is for internal data switching among 4 PoE IP cameras, the NC2 is for WAN/Internet configuration. This means if you want to access the NVR via a web browser, you need to type NC2’s IP address.
What happen if the HDD is full?
If the internal HDD is full, users can extend the video storage by using external portable HDDs. If all the connected HDDs are full, the NVR will notify users, meanwhile overwrite the oldest video file to continue video recording.