NVR-960POE is a standard camera & NVR kit, it contains everything you need to setup a high definition IP video surveillance system. This kit contains one set of 4CH HD NVR, and 4 sets of HD IP cameras, as well as 4 bundles Ethernet cable (20 meters length each).
This IP surveillance kit is ideal for both do-it-yourself consumers and professional installers. The included cameras and NVR support Power over Ethernet (PoE) technology. Simply connect the camera to NVR with provided Ethernet cable, the system will start to work. NVR-960POE supports 720P (1280x960) progressive scan video capturing, streaming and recording. User can remotely access the camera through smartphone or PC from anywhere. Its plug-n-play feature enables system to connect network with ease, no DDNS and port forwarding required. They are Onvif compliant products, user can extend the system with third-party's devices and software.
The included four compact design IP cameras can deliver true HD image with IR-CUT filter, and with additional infrared illuminators to provide night vision, it can work under complete darkness environment, and IR range reaches up to 20 meters. Equipped with 3.6mm fixed lens, can provide wide field of view, included 3-axis swivel bracket for ceiling mount or wall mount installation.
Included 1 set of 4 channel network video recorder which has capability to record/playback video in 1920x1080 or 1280x960 resolution at 25/30fps, support multiply recording modes and dual streaming technology for giving you great flexibility. It has VGA and HDMI video output interface, fully work with your HD-TV.
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|Camera||1.3MP IP camera with PoE||1.0MP IP camera with PoE|
|NVR System||4CH 960P PoE NVR||4CH 720P PoE NVR|
|Camera||Effective Pixels||1.3 Megapixels||1.0 Mega Pixels|
|Main stream:1280*960;1280*720||Main stream:1280*720|
|Sub stream:704*576||Sub stream:704*576|
|Image Sensor||1/3" HD CMOS Sensor||1/4" OV9712 CMOS Sensor|
|1.3 megapixel resolution (1280H*960V)||1.0 megapixel resolution (1280*800)|
|DSP||Dual core 32-bit DSP||Dual core 32-bit DSP|
|Min. Illumination||Color 0.01Lux@F1.2||Color 0.6Lux@F1.2|
|B/W 0.001 Lux@F1.2||B/W 0.08 Lux@F1.2|
|Compression||H.264 Main profile||H.264 Main profile|
|NVR||Recording||4x960P (1280x960P)||4x720P (1280x720P)|
|Recording Mode||Manual> Alarm> Motion detection> Schedule|
|Video save||HDD. Network|
|Space||CIF: 5G / day / channel D1: 20G / day / channel 720P: 40G / day /channel 1080P: 80 G/ day/channel|
|Audio||1CH RCA Input/1CH RCA Output|
|Video inquiry||Point-in-time retrieval, calendar search, event search, channel search|
|Backup mode||Network backup, USB mobile HDD, USB Burner, DVD-RAW burning|
|Video output||1CH BNC，1CH VGA，1CH HDMI (1920*1080P)|
|Network interface||RJ45 10M/100M|
|HDD||1 SATA HDD (Max.4TB)|
|USB interface||2*USB interface|
|Power supply||DC48V PoE standard power supply|
|Size||460(L)x320(W)x230(H)mm: Weight 7.5kg|
Customer Feedback (8)
ABDOU AZIZ PAYE
Actuellement, nous avons un problème avec le NVR-960 4CH. Depuis une semaine, le NVR ne voit plus les caméras et le réseau. Nous avons ouvert le NVR et nous avons constaté les images ci-joint.
Merci d’avance de votre aide.
We currently have a problem with the NVR-960 4CH. For a week, the NVR does not see the cameras and the network. We opened the NVR and found the attached images.
Thank you in advance for your assistance.
1. Making sure both IP cameras and NVRs are in the same LAN network.
2. Making sure you have changed each of IP camera's IP address to an unique one.
Can I use the NVR to provide power but then configure the cameras to send to another source like my own NAS?
Please answer my questions, thank you.
Yes, the NVR is able to work with regular cameras. If you wanna use the PoE function, you can use a PoE splitter to connect with the regular cameras, hence the network cameras can also obtain the power supply from the NVR. Ensuring you get the DC12V 802.3af PoE splitters.
Certainly, you can use a 8-ports PoE NVR, I reckon it's a great idea because you can have the flexibility to expand the system if you wanna increase the number of cameras in the future. When placing the order to us, you can ask us to replace the 4-ports PoE NVR with an 8-ports PoE NVR, however this may increase the price a little bit.
Jackie - Shenzhen