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    CCTV Surveillance

    Closed-circuit television (CCTV) is the use of video cameras to transmit a signal to a specific place, on a limited set of monitors. It differs from broadcast television in that the signal is not openly transmitted, though it may employ point to point wireless links...

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    Home Security

    Home security systems are a must in every home regardless of its size, location and value, among other factors. Keep in mind that burglars, thieves and trespassers will not be too choosy about their targets for as long as...

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    Access Control

    Access control provides security by giving flexible control over who is allowed to enter your premise and when. Our Access Control System recognizes, authenticates and authorizes entry to the premise thereby ensuring ultimate protection for your premise,...

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    Fire Alarm

    An automatic fire alarm system is designed to detect the unwanted presence of fire by monitoring environmental changes associated with combustion. In general, a fire alarm system is either classified as automatic, manually activated, or both,...


NVR Models

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CP-R208 | CP-R216 | CP-R304

DH-NVR3816 | DH-CA-DB480BP.N | DH-NVR2104-P | | DH-NVR3104-3108-P | DH-NVR5208-5216-5232 | DH-NVR5208-5216-5232-P | DH-NVR5408-8P | DH-NVR5416-5432-16P | DH-NVR5808-5816-5832 | DH-NVR6064-6064D-6064DR | NVR6000-6000D-6000DR


AVH306 | KPC132E

Network Video Recorder

Today's video surveillance industry is in the middle of a paradigm shift. With the increasing popularity of Internet Protocol (IP) cameras, it is believed that the market is shifting rapidly from analog to IP video surveillance technology. This transition is spawning rapid innovations to increase the capabilities of video surveillance systems.

One such example is the advent of NVRs offering a choice between standalone units or recorders as part of a PC assembly .This development in the NVR poses the question: should clients opt for an NVR that is PC-based or a self-contained, embedded unit which only requires attachment to an Ethernet-ready interface?