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16CH Tiny Network Video Recorder


Product# NVR-ELT-16
16CH Tiny Network Video Recorder
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Price $239.00
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16CH Tiny Network Video Recorder
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  Review by Ned Arthur on Oct 08, 2014
Ordering was fast and easy, shipping was the same. I received my NVR in just a few days. When you unpack it, it is basically ready to go right out of the box. All you have to do is connect the cables. (Note: If you are not familiar with IP network video security systems I would either contact Security Camera King, most likely their technical support people, to make sure you have everything you need to use this NVR in a system. For example, besides the cameras, you may need a POE switch or a local power injector as well.) This NVR is a great way for me to get IP Network 720p recording on 8 channels at 720p high definition recording for my home. I know there are many other different applications, but the price is reasonable enough to make it "home affordable." The only issue you may have is with video storage capacity since the recorder can only hold one drive. Just make sure you order a hard drive large enough to do the job.
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  Review by Armia Lawandy on Sep 05, 2014
Good NVR, cheap in price, easy to use. Benefit is nice small size, less so it can only hold one internal hard disk drive. Good product. Security Camera King technical support is good too.
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16CH Tiny Network Video Recorder
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  Review by Jack Barber on May 07, 2014
This is a pretty good network video recorder. Even though it's marketed as a 16 channel recorder that's at a frame rate of 30 fps but only at a resolution of D1. However, if bigger is better is your premise, this recorder can handle 4 2 megapixel (1080p) cameras at a full frame rate of 30 fps or even 16 at a frame rate of 7.5 fps which still isn't bad. It is a "tiny" recorder so the size is small and it does have less features than a full size recorder, but the price also reflects a huge reduction as compared to the full size model. Even though it is a small, compact unit, it still has an extra USB port on the back of the case so you can use any USB device that doesn't require the installation of drivers (external hard drives or DVD/CD burners for example not to mention flash drives.) In addition, you can still reap the benefits of two independent yet simultaneous displays using the VGA and HDMI connections.

For those of you who may not be familiar with IP network megapixel systems I will offer the following. First, if you plan on doing continuous recording, you might want to consider something a little larger because the most this recorder can hold is 1 internal hard drive, and if you purchase the current maximum (3TB) it will cost you almost as much for the hard drive as it does for the entire unit. On the other hand, recording only based on motion detection can stretch your storage space tremendously.

Also, you'll need something to power your cameras. If you are not independently powering each camera and would like to take advantage of Power over the Ethernet (PoE) if your cameras are so equipped, you will need to by a separate PoE switch. The cameras will plug into the switch and the switch will plug into the NVR. The NVR is then connected to your internet source or network using the included CAT5 Ethernet cable.

There are no audio inputs or outputs or alarms on this unit (although individual IP network megapixel cameras often come equipped with their own alarm inputs) but their is still complete control of PTZ cameras as well as e-mail notifications based on events, motion activated recording, and perhaps even more importantly multiple simultaneous remote access from a Smartphone, tablet, computer, Blackberry, or other Internet capable device.
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16 Ch Tiny Network Video Recorder
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  Review by Gadomski, Albert on Apr 15, 2014
Although there is nothing overly fancy about this Tiny 16 channel network recorder it still has plenty of features and works great too. You still get two monitor display options (HDMI and VGA) and the recorder does an excellent job of saving captured IP network video camera footage. What really "knock's em dead" about this NVR though is the price. This has got to be one of the lowest price high quality NVRs on the market. So now, even residential homeowners can afford to use high resolution megapixel cameras to protect their home (like ours) without paying a fortune. Hat's off to Security Camera King for this one.
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  Review by Gary Masteller on Mar 07, 2014
This NVR is a nice alternative to a full size NVR for a price that is much more reduced. The tradeoff for cost is that is only has room for one hard drive and the options for video processing are a little more limiting in that all 16 channels could theoretically record at 2 megapixels (1080p) resolution however the frame rate for each camera would only be 7.5 frames per second. So if you are looking for full 1080p at 30 frames per second, the most this NVR can handle is actually 4 cameras. Of course that's what's nice about network systems these days is that they give you the latitude to combine camera number, resolution, and frame rates to your liking. And for a "mini" I must say that this unit does offer many options. In addition, I've been working with Security Camera King for over 5 years now so I know I can trust the quality and workmanship of the equipment without a doubt. If you're looking for an affordable NVR with a capacity of up to 16 simultaneous cameras recording, this may be something to consider. Just remember that this NVR has no built in PoE ports so you'll need to power your cameras either locally with power supplies at each camera, individual injectors using PoE injectors, or all together using a PoE switch connected to your network. THe videos are crisp clear, color correct and of course, very detailed.
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