We offer both NVR and XVR (DVR) Based Video Security Systems.
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Our choice of vendor offers NVR with higher performance, higher quality construction, and the intuitive GUI that alleviates customer anxiety on first time installations. Better hardware and software. The CMS is intuitive and more powerful than PSS. We’re confident you’ll agree that these platforms are truly first class. Very easy to use. With a full line of IP Cameras that receive same stellar end user feedback.
From 4 channel analog models to 128 IP channel input; 16 Hot-Swappable SATA Bays, H.265, Up to 12MP Recording Resolution Integrator Series Network Video Recorder offering 4K HD
A Full range of Analog and IP based cameras supporting up 4K resolutions and accessories.
What Is the Difference Between NVR and DVR
In a nutshell, an NVR recorder is a network video recorder for IP cameras, which helps to expand storage and manipulate multiple cameras. By contrast, the DVR is not only a storage media for analog CCTV cameras but also a video processor that analog cameras must live with.
Still confused about the difference between an NVR and DVR? Let me explain further about what is the NVR/DVR and how does the NVR/DVR work.
What’s the NVR/DVR?
NVR stands for network video recorder, and DVR stands for the digital video recorder. As you may have already noticed, both of them are responsible for video record and storage.
How does NVR/DVR work?
The DVR, as an electronic device, inputs information directly from cameras, and the video is then encoded and processed within the DVR. That’s to say, the DVR would play a central role in DVR security systems and the cameras couldn’t work alone.
Well, how does NVR work? The NVR, on the other hand, is a more like a software program which simply inputs the videos from the network. That’s to say, the video on NVRs has already been encoded and processed within the camera.
What’s the difference between NVR and DVR?
The biggest difference between the NVR and DVR is that they use different types of cameras, since they adopt different ways to process videos.
A DVR uses analog CCTV cameras that are connected via a coax cable, while an NVR uses IP cameras (standalone network devices) that transmit information via a network cable.
We can tailor a security camera system for your needs