ANRAN H.264 Network 960H Full D1 Motion Detection 4CH DVR CCTV Surveillance Security System Digital Video Recorder

June 18, 2015 - Comment

Features: Ø Support multi-browser(IE、Firefox) Ø Support 2 USB2.0 ports for operation of mouse control, back up, imprint and upgrade Ø Support TV、VGA & HDMI output synchronously, VGA & HDMI HD 1080P display output , which make the traditional monitor display effect upside down Ø Intelligent analyze function including the core function of perimeter detection (picket

Features:

Ø Support multi-browser(IE、Firefox)

Ø Support 2 USB2.0 ports for operation of mouse control, back up, imprint and upgrade

Ø Support TV、VGA & HDMI output synchronously, VGA & HDMI HD 1080P display output , which make the traditional monitor display effect upside down

Ø Intelligent analyze function including the core function of perimeter detection (picket line & security area), objects care (lost or left over), video diagnosis and etc, but also support alarm linkage to make monitor more and more ease.

Ø Twenty kinds of language(English、Finnish、French、German,Greek、Italian、Japanese,Polish、Portuguese、Russian,Spanish、Thai、Simplified Chinese、Chinese-Traditional、Turkish, etc)

Ø 4 BNC Input

Ø 1ch BNC output,

Ø Support 1ch VGA,1ch HDMI

Ø Audio Input/Output: 4ch RCA Input,1ch RCA Output

Request 3.5 inch; SATA port Hard drive, Support 500G/1TB/1.5TB/2TB/3TB, Less than 500GB hard drive is not supported

Package:

1 x 4ch DVR
(not included hard drive)

1 X Mouse

1 x remote controller

1 x user manual

1 x power supply adapter

Product Features

  • Full D1 recording on all 4 channels
  • Monitor remotely anywhere in the world
  • Plug-in-Play for easy use
  • Remote Access
  • Support TV、VGA & HDMI output

Comments

DallasClubGuy "DCG" says:

Somebody is loosing money I was looking for a device to make a 4-up display for a 16 channel security system. To buy a dedicated device to achieve this,I have purchased quite a few devices at over $100. Some of these devices were only for black and white, no color. Here, for far less than half the price, is a device that will hold a hard drive and offer me back up. I was so happy, I bought two.

JK says:

Installation was pretty easy. I stuck a random hard drive that … It works. The user interface is clunky, but every security DVR I’ve used is. For the price I paid it’s acceptable. I have not yet tried to stream the video over the public internet, but I am able to view it from my laptop on the LAN.Installation was pretty easy. I stuck a random hard drive that was laying around into the unit, connected it to my TV, and powered it up. It formatted the drive and I went through the config menus. After that I moved it to a corner of the basement and put it to work. I haven’t touched the unit since. If I want to look at it, I use the included software. Speaking of which, that software sucks. Again, every DVR I’ve used is pretty bad, even some that cost a lot more than this one.

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