1).8 Channel H.265 4K PoE NVR and 5.0 Megapixel at 2592 x 1920 pixels H.265 Ultra HD PoE Built-In Capture high-definition 1920P Ultra HD video two times higher than 1080P cameras.
2).The latest H.265 video compression can save up to 50% network bandwidth and video storage space.
3).Power Over Ethernet-
A single network cable directly connects each IP camera to the NVR supplying both power and a video signal.
4).Perfect Quick QR-Code Scan remote access and control your system' Connect your smartphone/tablet/PC/Mac to your system with a quick scan of the QR Code, remote access has never been so easy.
5).Motion Detection & Email alert Send Email / text alerts / NVR's buzzer if motion is detected, catching every essential moment, save hard drive record storage.
5MP H.265 POE Camera
-H.265 5MP High resolution Image Senor -5mp @15fps, 1080p @30fps -IP66 Weatherproof Aluminum Housing Material -Day & night full day monitoring
8CH 4K H.265 PoE NVR *Support up to 4K/5MP/4MP Realtime each channel *Video In: 8CH (PoE), Video Out: VGA/HDMI (Up to 4K) *Alarm In/Out: 8CH/1CH. USB Port for mouse and backup: 3 *PTZ Control: RS485, Network: RJ45, Capacity: 1 SATA for 1 HDDs, Up to 6TB. *Record Mode: Manual/Time Scheduled/Motion Detect recording
Package Include 1 x 6104-P8: 4 Channel H.265 NVR; 8 x W505AHZ37FA: 5MP Microphone camera 8 x 18M Ethernet cables; 2 Year Warranty and Free Tech Support
1.Q: What is Digital CCTV ?
A: Digital CCTV, or Digital Closed Circuit Television, is the technology used in modern surveillance systems. Traditional ,VCR, CCTV pictures are sent via cctv cameras to a closed area, e.g. a CCTV Monitor, this type of CCTV is likely to produce lower resolution images and have to be displayed via cabling in the workplace. Modern Digital CCTV Systems can be operated remotely via a pc or mobile phone, can monitor various locations and can be monitored from wherever there is internet or GPRS Access.
2.Q: Can I use my old security cameras mixed with new ones?
A: Yes, providing certain conditions are met. Even with the same color type, some older cameras and some newer cameras mixed together can cause problems because of very different image synchronizing systems. In this event, you can get interference between one camera image and another. Color cameras are more prone to this type of problem.
3.Q: Analog VS IP, For what applications should I consider IP?
A: IP cameras should be considered for large installation sites that already have a high bandwidth network installed - especially if the cameras will be spread out over a wide area, or if wireless cameras will be used.
For large installations with many cameras, some installers still prefer a multiple DVR solution to an IP solution. Software is bundled with higher-end DVRs that allows you to view and record cameras from multiple DVRs. The multiple DVR solution also provides better failover protection. If the network goes down in an IP based system, video is lost from all the cameras. If the network goes down in an analog system, the DVRs are still recording the cameras.