Our DVR-HD016240 is an 16 channel HD-SDI DVR which is compatible with all HD-SDI security cameras. This DVR records and displays in true 1080p. This DVR has most of the benefits of a Megapixel NVR (Network Video Recorder) but without all the drawbacks. If you are upgrading an existing CCTV security camera system you do not need to upgrade your cabling from the most common Coaxial cables to ethernet cables for your cameras. This means that all you need to upgrade your existing surveillance system to a 2 Megapixel surveillance system is to replace the cameras and DVR with our HD-SDI cameras and DVR. No new cables needed.
This DVR has all the features of our most advanced DVRs and is compatible with all of our video management softwares, our IPhone and IPAD applications (TechpoSS on Itunes) and our Android smart phone and tablet applications (TechproSS on Google Play).
This DVR has so many features and is the most advanced DVR on the market today. Features that stand out the most are:
- 1080p recording on all channels
- Dual Stream video compression
- HDMI/VGA/ TV simultaneous video output.
- 16 channel playback with grid interface and smart search.
- Supports 3D intelligent PTZ positioning with compatible PTZ.
- Up to 8 SATA Hard Drives for internal storage.
- E-SATA port
- 16 Channel Audio inputs
- Supports 2 way voice
- Supports Alarm triggers, email triggers with snapshot, FTP, and video push.
- 396 motion detection zones for each camera.
- Up to 20 users can log in at one time.
- supports Gigabit network.
This DVR has the same GUI and menu interface as all our other DVRs, so if you know how to use one, you can use them all. There is an easy set up wizard to get you through the intial configuration and of course all of our customer have access to our lifetime free technical support.
This is the unboxing video of our 16CH HD-SDI DVR.
Local Interface for Federal, HD SDI and Hybrid DVRs
This is a video demonstration of our DVR's Interface locally. in this video We will show you some of the amazing features that our units carry.
Remote Viewing of the Elite Mini, Elite, and Ultimate Series Security DVR
This video is a quick demo of remote access to our DVRs. All of our DVRs can be connected to remotely in this manner. You can use Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Firefox and other browsers from any internet connected PC. Additionally, we have software available for remote access from MAC computers.
Quick Demo Of Our Video Management Software
This video is a quick demo of our video management software (PSS) that allows you to remotely connect to multiple DVRs, NVRs and IP cameras at multiple locations at once. With this software, you can set up camera groups, E-Maps, control PTZs, listen to audio and configure all the DVRs, NVRs and IP cameras. If you own multiple businesses or homes this software is ideal for you.
TechproSS Plus iPhone Demo
This is a quick demo of our new redesigned TechproSS Plus App for iPhone, iPods and iPads. This software is packed with a lot of new features that will allow you to remotely or locally view and manage your Techvision CCTV surveillance system
TechproSS Plus iPad Demo
This is a quick demonstration of our new app for iPad. TechproSS Plus is packed with awesome features allowing you to remotely see your cameras, manage sub stream resolution, activate alarm inputs and much more.
TechproSS Plus Android Demo
This is a quick video demonstration of our new App for Android TechproSS Plus.
In this video you will see some of the features that this app offers such as channel configuration, Push notifications, Playback and more.
From the outside front, this DVR looks no different than the Elite Series CIF resolution 8 channel DVR. But trust me, this DVR doesn't even compare to the Elite ICF resolution DVR! The difference in resolution between this and a CIF unit is like comparing the height of the Empire State Building to the height of your home. Each channel can handle up to 1080p resolution (2 megapixel cameras) at 30 frames per second and that is a lot of processing, but the machine seems to handle the workload with ease. I know these units are relatively new in the security camera industry and I personally think they will take off selling like hotcakes. One of the "beauties" of using an HD-SDI system is that you get the same resolution benefits of an IP megapixel network camera, but you can use pre-existing RG-59 coaxial cable from the DVR to the cameras. That means you can replace your cameras and DVR without the need for running new cable (like Cat5 Ethernet cable) or replacing the old. Additionally, the cameras aren't soaking up all your network bandwidth because they aren't operating directly on the network or Internet; they are sending their signals to the DVR on their own dedicated cables. Of course the DVR can connect to the Internet and provide access to the cameras through it so you still reap many of the benefits of a network system without the need for a network. For our DVR we also use two audio channels plus the bi-directional voice support and we also make use of some of the alarm connections as well. You could truly say that this is more like a security "center" more than a DVR. The DVR and the cameras are more expensive than typical analog camera systems, but nothing (other than IP megapixel network cameras) can match the quality of this DVR.
8 Channel HD Series 1080p HD-SDI Realtime Security DVR
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Review by Randy Roache on Mar 13, 2013
You know I've been wanting to upgrade my old security camera system for our store to a newer system, preferably an IP megapixel network system because I saw a demonstration a while back of how detailed and sharp their recordings are and loved it! However, I have a couple of issues that have kept me from making the transition, and luckily money wasn't one of them (I had prepared myself for the much greater cost of the new system). One issue, one that could be a main issue I guess, is that my store doesn't really have a "network." I have Internet service, but that is it. The second is that I am located in a relatively older business building that was pre-wired when it was built back in the 1970's for RG49 coaxial cable (I don't know if they even heard of Ethernet or CAT5E cable back then). Security Camera King's 8 Channel HD Series 1080p HD-SDI Realtime Security DVR is the solution to both of those issues. I don't have to have a network and my existing coaxial cable can be used (I just needed to use new power supplies). What a difference! There is no comparison; this just blows my old system right away. The DVR records 1080p resolution at 30 frames per second and does it with ease. And I don't have to mess with IP "configurations" and network protocols and all that other network related stuff. I just had to plug my DVR into my Internet, and that was it. The DVR is loaded with a wealth of features some of which are very useful and some of which I'll probably never even use. But it records a great resolution video, and even the second streaming video for the monitor display is at the resolution that my old system's recording resolution was at: D1! I'm just glad someone finally came up with this idea. As a final note, if you are like me and have upgraded from a much older system, make sure you get plenty of internal hard disk drive storage space because the 1080p resolution at realtime does use a lot more than one you were probably used to.