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MEGAPIXALL MPRO-TRI16 16 Channel Mini 1U Tribrid HD-CVI/IP/CCTV 720p DVR

MEGAPIXALL MPRO-TRI16 16 Channel Mini 1U Tribrid HD-CVI/IP/CCTV 720p DVR

Part Number:MPRO-TRI16
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  • Drive Capacity:1 SATA
  • Resolution:720p (1280x720) / D1 (704x480)
  • Video Outputs:VGA / HDMI
  • PTZ Control:Yes
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16 Channel Mini 1U Tribrid DVR

This is a 16CH 720p Security DVR that can record all 3 surveillance technologies (HD-CVI, IP and Analog). You can record up to 16 HD-CVI cameras (720p resolution). For analog, you will be able to record up to 16 cameras (960H resolution). For IP, you can record up to 2 IP cameras (720p resolution). The benefit is that you can mix and match these cameras. HD-CVI and analog use the same standard coax cable, so if you already have an existing analog system and want to start upgrading to High Definition HD-CVI, this is a great choice. Believe me, when you see the difference between HD and analog, you will want to go with all High Definition cameras. The detail that 720p delivers could mean the difference between an arrest based on a positive ID of the criminal versus not being able to see detail due to distortion.

This "Tribrid" DVR is a standalone security recorder. That is, it does not have to be connected to an external device or computer to operate. It comes embedded with a powerful dual-core processor and a Linux Operating System. It is simple to use thanks to the GUI Interface. With just a few clicks of the included mouse, you will be up and running in a very short time. It is very simple to configure this system and cameras. In fact, we provide free tech support and can help you every step of the way. Most times, we can even log in remotely and do all the configuring for you. Yes, it's that easy!

When you first turn on your DVR you will need to be connected to a monitor and you can do that with either HDMI or VGA. Once connected and configured you will be able to view your cameras anywhere in the world you have Internet (provided you connect your DVR to your network).

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