SVR-104 Reliable Network Video Recorder for Multi-sites Applications
The SEEnergy SVR-104 is designed for use within a surveillance system, and performs recordings and playbacks pictures from network cameras in the system. It is designed for small scale applications such as retail store and the system is expandable with the bundled 256Ch. CMS software. Up to 4 cameras can be connected via a network and it is possible to record their camera pictures. It is possible to perform the settings or operate the NVR using a web browser installed on a PC connected to a network and live videos can be viewed on major mobile devices through its web browser. Recorded video can be played back from remote site by a PC. It is possible to perform the settings and operate this unit. SVR-104 is compatible with most major brand cameras and its ability to automatically search and find the available cameras on the network can greatly reduce the user effort when configuring the system.
Advanced PTZ Control
You can use the on-screen virtual PTZ panel to control movement of a PTZ camera. The PTZ movement speed is adjustable if the camera supports this function. You can configure multiple PTZ preset points in the NVR or synchronize them from the camera and use the virtual PTZ panel to jump through the preset points. You can also use the PTZ panel to start automatic sequence viewing among the preset points.
Clear and High Quality Live Video
The NVR is capable of receiving and recording high quality H.264 video stream up to 1.3 MegaPixel at the same time. The device is managed through an easy-to-use web interface, and all functions are available with just a few clicks of the mouse. Not only you can view the videos in different layout, you can also set to view them in full screen or configure the web UI to automatically sequence through each channel automatically. You are also able to take snapshot of a viewing video, send and receive audio from the video or start recording right away all with just a single click.
Visual Event Alerts Through Google Emap
Users get full experience of the Google map functions and visual notification of events that are coming from any cameras. The Google map is embedded to the NVR web UI, providing instant event notification along with camera’s geographic information. You can zoom in to a smaller region to monitor events from particular cameras within that region and if an event is triggered from a camera that is located outside of your current viewing area, the map moves automatically to the area of where the event trigger camera is located.
Live Monitor While On the Go
You should still be in control while you are on the go. The NVR can be connected with major smart phones and live images can be viewed with their built-in web browsers. No additional software or plugin required. You are able to view live images and perform PT control through the browser. You can also adjust the video refresh rate instantly if you are in a area where bandwidth is limited.
Easy Access With Dynamic DNS
The NVR can connect to the Internet with a static IP or a dynamic IP, but it’s tedious to memorize the IP, not to mention if you need to manage more than one NVRs. Enter “Dynamic DNS, a service that is built-in to the NVR that allows you to manage it with a fixed domain name.
The NVR is designed for multi-sites applications that can grow with your business. It is bundled with a central management software that can manage 16 NVRs (or up to 256Ch.). You can connect up to 5 monitors to the CMS station that lets you perform multiple critical functions at the same time and still keep you alerted. Your system is already expandable the moment you purchase it at no additional cost. The firmware upgrade is as easy as placing a USB flash disk to the NVR. Simply place the firmware file in a USB flash disk and plug it into the NVR. The upgrade process starts automatically and it doesn’t require you to access the web interface
The firmware upgrade is as easy as placing a USB flash disk to the NVR. Simply place the firmware file in a USB flash disk and plug it into the NVR. The upgrade process starts automatically and it doesn’t require you to access the web interface.
Backup Playback Videos to USB External HD
It’s critical that the device provides interface for users to retrieve the recorded data off the NVR for backup or offline viewing. Users can do so by connecting an external USB hard disk to the provided USB 2.0 interface on the recorder. Up to 4 channels of recorded data can be backed up at once and backed up files can be played back by the NVR media player. SVR-104 Network Video Recorder
CPU & Memory
CPU: ARM9 500Mhz
Memory: 128MB DDR RAM
Connectors and LEDs
DI/DO: 8 x DI, 4 x DO
HDD: SATA HDD Slot x 2, max. Capacity 4TB (2TB each)
Power: Power adapter connector
Power: Turn on/off device
Reset/Restart: Push to restart, push and hold for 5 sec. then release
Buzzer: Turn off buzzer when event trigger
Power: 19V DC/4.74A
Dimension: 22 x 21.5 x 8.1 cm
Temperature : 5 ℃ ~ 45 ℃ (operating) / -40 ℃ ~ 70 ℃(storage)
Humidity: 5%RH ~ 90%RH (non -condensing)
Safety: CE/FCC Class A/UL