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Surveillance DVR FAQ’s

So you are looking to invest into a surveillance DVR? There are many questions that arise when one is trying to understand what they need. People of all backgrounds have very different reasons why they need a surveillance DVR. It is so hard to list all the different CCTV applications we have consulted. In fact, […]

Can I use a Webcam-style WIFI Camera (like Foscam, Dropcam, Linksys, or Belkin) with one of your DVRs?

WIFI Cameras that resemble webcams like Dropcam or Foscam Linksys, or Belkin can work well for keeping in touch with children and other family uses, but lack the encoding language that allow them to communicate with a DVR. source Unfortunately, these brands often confuse people by using unclear language. For example, Dropcam has am online SAAS called Dropcam DVR that […]

Why can’t I find a PC Based DVR anymore?

Why PC based recording is more trouble than you think PC based recording used to be a viable option for video surveillance, but never worked as well in the real world as it did on paper. Moreover one small change made PC-based recording terribly frustrating: MIcrosoft Update’s mandatory computer restarts. PC based recording never amounted […]

Why are surveillance hard drives so expensive? and Can I use my own Hard Drive?

Why Are Surveillance Hard Drives So Expensive? Can’t I use my own hard drive? The short answer is, that we won’t stop you. (You won’t break our warranty on the DVR). We can understand your desire to do so with the seemingly high price tag we attach to the drives. The reason they may seem […]

Should I use a CIF or D1 DVR?

CIF and D1 represent different resolution standards inDVRs (Digital Video Recorders – they record analog cameras). CIF DVRs have a 360 x 240 pixel resolution. D1 DVRs have a 720 x 480 pixel resolution. This means that D1 is roughly four the image quality level of CIF. Image quality can be very important and can be the difference […]

Digital Video Recorder

DVR, Digital Video Recorder, records video pictures digitally on a hard disk drive(HDD). This HDD, usually built-in, has capacity of 250 Gb, 320 Gb or 1.5TB to store the records. You can program the picture resolution and recording speed (how many frames per second) according to the application; real-time or time lapse recording also available. […]

How to Connect CCTV Cameras to Multiple Monitors and DVRs

Connecting video from CCTV cameras to multiple monitors can be very simple using video distributors and multiplexers. It is very typical for business owners and corporate security officers to require the display of surveillance video on both public and private monitors and also want to record the video to a DVR. At some point, I […]