8 Channel DVR
8 Channel DVR Price
A digital video recorder (DVR) records videos in a digital format onto a disk drive whether it is a USB or SSD or any other local/networked storage medium. Mostly used for recording some TV program and as a security device for surveillance in households/workplaces, these DVRs are very important when it comes to the security and also for distributing video content to a large audience or geography. Such recorders come in various formats according to the channels or cameras used in them to capture the videos. An 8 channel DVR is one such device which captures the video from 8 cameras located in a place. Depending upon the requirement and the amount you want to spend on the same, for a small business or manufacturing unit up to 3000 sq. feet unit, an 8 channel DVR can capture the videos from various points such as processing unit, warehouse, loading and unloading area, front desk etc.
Things to look out for in a DVR
Following are the things that will help you in choosing the best DVR for your requirement.
Number of Video Channels
These are no. of video cameras that a DVR supports for capturing the videos. It is one of the most basic factors that decide whether a 4 channel DVR or 8 channel will be sufficient for you.
DVRs come in various resolutions and the one with more pixels will give you a better quality picture. Normal DVRs have D1 based resolution having 720×576 pixels, but some new and advanced recorders which use IP cameras have HD resolution with 1280×720 pixels.
Frame per Second (fps) Rate
For clear recording with no lag, you need to have a DVR which can give 25fps (frame per second). So, before you go for a DVR you should check the specifications that the frame rate will be sufficient. Frame rate is often quoted as a total number for all of the cameras or channels combined, so in our case with 8 channel recorder, it will be 200fps.
Since all DVRs capture the recording on a built-in storage, you need to make sure that a storage device should be of good capacity. It should hold a recording for a particular interval and should also have an option to upgrade storage capacity.
Most of the DVRs today allow a network connection through which you can watch a recording on your PC or mobile. Some may allow you to control the recorder remotely, but in others you can only watch the live recording. One should also check the device support whether it supports Mac, PC and Android etc. Some more factors like recording modes (motion detection and scheduled recording modes) along with some extra features like HDMI output for Full HD monitoring, alarm inputs & outputs, and provision for extra storage are also important things that one should keep in mind before going for a particular DVR.
An 8 Channel DVR usually comes with the following types- HDCVR, Turbo HD DVR, HDCVI, AHD DVR, Atom DVR, FPSL DVR, HDMI DVR, HDTVI DVR, Hybrid DVR, Turbo HD, DVR With HDMI Port, DVR Without HDMI Port, Economic WD1 DVR, Quardbird, Touch Panel Standalone DVR, Tribrid CVR etc. along with various option for video input (8 Channel, BNC, H.264 Real Time etc.), audio input (4 channel, 4 channel RCA etc.) and hard disk size ( 4 TB, 16 TB etc.)
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