64 Channel NVR

16 Channel NVR
February 16, 2017
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February 19, 2017

2.0 megapixel high resolution

HD video output

Low illumination

3D DNR & DWDR & BLC

IP66 rating

IR range: up to 100 ft

True day / night

At 1080P and 30 FPS, this camera should use 5Mbps of the NVR’s bitrate budget.

Did you know: The processor in an NVR has both an incoming and outgoing bitrate. Incoming is for recording video and outgoing is for watching it remotely. All of our NVRs have at least 5Mbps per channel in incoming bitrate, and many models can have extra bitrate. Your NVR’s spare incoming bitrate is what determines if it can record channels at higher-than-1080P resolution, perform the sophisticated video analytics on our IntelliPro line of video analytic cameras, use specialty panoramic cameras, or many other things.

2 Comments

  1. Sergey says:

    “The processor in an NVR has both an incoming and outgoing bitrate.” – 2 different bit rate foe inbound and outbound traffic? I wonder how did they make it work… But it can help you save money as the most of the time you need only outgoing traffic from the camera to the server…

  2. Brandon says:

    Sergey, it is there in the spec above:
    “Incoming is for recording video and outgoing is for watching it remotely. ” That is how they do it.
    But yes, agree, It can save your money!

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