UNV XVR – 8ch – XVR-301-08F – UP TO 2MP Lite

1.850,00 EGP

An 8-channel XVR (Hybrid Video Recorder) that supports up to 2MP Lite cameras is a versatile and affordable security solution for homes and businesses. It can record video from a variety of camera types, including HDTVI, HDCVI, AHD, and CVBS, making it compatible with existing CCTV systems.

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UNV XVR – 8ch

XVR-301-08F – UP TO 2MP Lite

An 8-channel XVR (Hybrid Video Recorder) that supports up to 2MP Lite cameras is a versatile and affordable security solution for homes and businesses. It can record video from a variety of camera types, including HDTVI, HDCVI, AHD, and CVBS, making it compatible with existing CCTV systems.

This XVR is also equipped with a number of advanced features, such as H.265+ video compression, which reduces storage space and bandwidth requirements without sacrificing image quality. It also supports smart detection features, such as motion detection and intrusion detection, which can help you to identify and respond to security threats more quickly.

Key features:

  • 8-channel XVR that supports up to 2MP Lite cameras
  • HDTVI, HDCVI, AHD, and CVBS compatible
  • H.265+ video compression
  • Smart detection features (motion detection, intrusion detection, etc.)
  • Easy to install and use

Benefits:

  • Affordable and versatile security solution for homes and businesses
  • Compatible with existing CCTV systems
  • Advanced features such as H.265+ video compression and smart detection
  • Easy to install and use

Applications:

  • Home security
  • Business security
  • Retail security
  • Industrial security
  • Educational security

Example use cases:

  • A homeowner can use this XVR to record video from security cameras around their home.
  • A business owner can use this XVR to record video from security cameras in their store or office.
  • A retail store can use this XVR to record video from security cameras to monitor for theft and shoplifting.
  • A factory can use this XVR to record video from security cameras to monitor for safety hazards and security breaches.
  • A school can use this XVR to record video from security cameras to monitor for student safety and security breaches.
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XVR-301-08F

Why use(UNV XVR – 8ch)

There are many reasons why you might want to use an UNV XVR – 8ch.Below are some of the most important ones.

  • High quality video recording: UNV XVRs record high quality video footage, even in low light conditions. This is important for security and surveillance applications, where you need to be able to see clear images of people and events, even if they are happening at night or in other poorly lit areas.
  • Wide range of compatibility: UNV XVRs are compatible with a wide range of camera types, including HDTVI, HDCVI, AHD, and CVBS cameras. This makes them ideal for both new and existing CCTV systems.
  • Advanced features: UNV XVRs come with a variety of advanced features, such as H.265+ video compression, smart detection features, and remote access. H.265+ video compression reduces storage space and bandwidth requirements without sacrificing image quality. Smart detection features can help you to identify and respond to security threats more quickly. Remote access allows you to view your security cameras from anywhere in the world, using a smartphone, tablet, or computer.
  • Easy to use: UNV XVRs are easy to install and use, even for beginners. They come with a user-friendly interface and a variety of helpful features, such as automatic camera detection and plug-and-play setup.
  • Affordable price: UNV XVRs are very affordable, making them a great value for your money. You can get a high-quality 8-channel XVR for a fraction of the cost of some of the more expensive brands on the market.

Overall, UNV XVRs are a great choice for anyone looking for a reliable and affordable security solution. They offer a wide range of features and are compatible with a wide range of camera types.

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Learn more about 2MP Lite

2MP Lite is a video resolution standard that is commonly used in security cameras. It offers a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels, which is also known as 1080p. This resolution is sufficient for most security applications, as it provides clear and detailed images that can be used to identify people and events.

2MP Lite cameras are typically more affordable than higher resolution cameras, such as 4MP and 8MP cameras. They also require less storage space and bandwidth, making them a good choice for budget-minded users.

Here are some of the key benefits of 2MP Lite cameras:

  • Affordable: 2MP Lite cameras are very affordable, making them a great value for your money.
  • Clear and detailed images: 2MP Lite cameras offer a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels, which is sufficient for most security applications.
  • Low storage space and bandwidth requirements: 2MP Lite cameras require less storage space and bandwidth than higher resolution cameras.
  • Wide range of compatibility: 2MP Lite cameras are compatible with a wide range of security systems.

2MP Lite cameras are a good choice for a variety of applications, including:

  • Home security
  • Business security
  • Retail security
  • Industrial security
  • Educational security

If you are looking for a reliable and affordable security camera, a 2MP Lite camera is a great option to consider.

Here are some examples of 2MP Lite cameras:

  • Hikvision DS-2CE56D1T-IR
  • Dahua IPC-HDBW1220E
  • UNV IPC3221ER3-I
  • Lorex LBV4K2B
  • Swann SWPRO-4MPFB-US

When choosing a 2MP Lite camera, it is important to consider the following factors:

  • Lens type: There are two main types of lenses used in security cameras: fixed lenses and variable lenses. Fixed lenses offer a fixed field of view, while variable lenses allow you to adjust the field of view.
  • Night vision: If you need to record video at night, you will need a camera with night vision. Night vision cameras use infrared light to capture images in low light conditions.
  • Weatherproofing: If you need to install your camera outdoors, you will need a weatherproof camera. Weatherproof cameras are designed to withstand the elements, such as rain, snow, and dust.
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XVR-301-08F

Learn more about XVR

XVR stands for Hybrid Video Recorder. It is a type of security camera recorder that can support a variety of camera types, including HDTVI, HDCVI, AHD, and CVBS cameras. This makes XVRs ideal for both new and existing CCTV systems.

XVRs offer a number of advantages over traditional DVRs (Digital Video Recorders) and NVRs (Network Video Recorders). For example, XVRs are typically more affordable than NVRs. They are also easier to install and configure, making them a good choice for DIY users.

Here are some of the key benefits of XVRs:

  • Wide range of compatibility: XVRs are compatible with a wide range of camera types, including HDTVI, HDCVI, AHD, and CVBS cameras. This makes them ideal for both new and existing CCTV systems.
  • Affordable price: XVRs are typically more affordable than NVRs.
  • Easy to install and configure: XVRs are easy to install and configure, making them a good choice for DIY users.
  • Advanced features: XVRs come with a variety of advanced features, such as H.265+ video compression, smart detection features, and remote access. H.265+ video compression reduces storage space and bandwidth requirements without sacrificing image quality. Smart detection features can help you to identify and respond to security threats more quickly. Remote access allows you to view your security cameras from anywhere in the world, using a smartphone, tablet, or computer.

XVRs are a good choice for a variety of applications, including:

  • Home security
  • Business security
  • Retail security
  • Industrial security
  • Educational security

If you are looking for a reliable and affordable security camera recorder, an XVR is a great option to consider.

Here are some examples of XVRs:

  • Hikvision DS-7208HQHI-K1
  • Dahua XVR5108HS-4KL
  • UNV UNVR308L-B
  • Lorex LHV1008K
  • Swann SWPRO-8580UHD

When choosing an XVR, it is important to consider the following factors:

  • Number of channels: XVRs are available with a variety of channel counts, ranging from 4 channels to 32 channels. Choose an XVR with enough channels to support all of the cameras in your system.
  • Resolution: XVRs can support a variety of video resolutions, including 1080p, 2K, and 4K. Choose an XVR with a resolution that is compatible with your cameras.
  • Storage capacity: XVRs typically come with a built-in hard drive. Choose an XVR with a hard drive that is large enough to store the footage from your cameras.
  • Advanced features: Consider which advanced features are important to you, such as H.265+ video compression, smart detection features, and remote access. Choose an XVR that has the features that you need.

 

 

 

 

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