What is Pro Series 1080P?


 

We have a great relationship with our recorder supplier; we have used them for the last 10 years. We communicate with them nearly every day and all our recorders have the latest firmware and updates possible. The recorders are highly reliable and easy to navigate for you, the user.

 

In this category, we have two different types of recorders. Both of these recorders are 4 in 1 selectable meaning the recorders are capable of taking TVI, AHD, CVI and Standard Analogue cameras. All the recorders are Full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080) resolution, meaning if you have 1080p cameras you will have a system that records in Full HD. The recorders are capabile of taking a camera resolution from 1080p to D1, meaning if you are replacing an existing system, you don’t have to get new cameras as well as a new recorder. Please be aware though, recordings will not be Full HD, you will need to replace the camera as well if you want this. On both recorders you are able to view your CCTV through an app; this app is called ‘SuperLive Plus’. This app is compatible with both Apple and Android devices, with the app you can view live feed, playback, export recording to your phone and much more.

 

The DVRs support AHD, TVI CVI cameras up to 2MP and older traditional analogue (CVBS) CCTV cameras. The DVRs can also take 1 IP camera up to 3MP. All of these types of cameras can be connected to the DVR at the same time; the 4 Ch and 8 Ch will support a single IP camera even when you have used all the BNC channels. DVRs will recorder TVI 1080p cameras at 12fps at H.264 and 1080p IP cameras at 25fps.

 

These XVRs are true hybrid models. They support AHD, TVI CVI, IP cameras up to 5MP and older traditional analogue (CVBS) CCTV cameras. All of these types of cameras can be connected at the same time, making the 4 Ch into a 5 Ch recorder and the 8 Ch into a 12 Ch recorder. The XVRs have the latest firmware on them making them the smoothest operating and feature packed recorder to date. Recorders will present AHD/TVI 1080P in full 25 frames per second on a live display as well as playback (Most other DVRS are typically only 12fps recording).

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