Our Elite Series offers a full line of DVRs, NVRs and Security Cameras. The Elite Series DVRs are capable of supporting analog cameras up to 960H resolution as well as HD over coax using HD-CVI technology with resolutions up to 1080p. Many of our Elite DVRs can also accommodate the addition of IP cameras.
Our Elite NVRs are the best-in-class Network Video Recorders. When used in conjunction with our Elite IP cameras you will have access to to the full functionality of the cameras directly from the NVR, making setup, maintenance and configuration fast and easy.
Our Elite NVRs are also compatible with our Techpro IP line and most other IP cameras that use the ONVIF protocol or greater.
Our Prime Series also consist of a full spectrum of DVRs, NVRs and Security Cameras. The Prime Series DVRs record Analog Cameras with a resolution of 960H. In addition, they will record in HD using HD-TVI technology up to 1080p Resolution. Most of our Prime DVRs also support the addition of IP Cameras.
Prime Series NVRs work best with our Prime Series IP Cameras for full functionality and ease of use. Prime NVRs are also compatible with our Elite IP Cameras, Techpro IP Cameras and other IP cameras that use the ONVIF protocol or greater.
Digital Video Recorders
The Digital Video Recorder (DVR) is the main component of any traditional security system. They take the video feed from the camera and change it into a usable, replayable video file. All of our recorders are packed with features like: Remote access from smartphones, tablets, and computers, motion activated recording, H.264 compression, realtime recording, network usage optimization (dual-streaming), HDMI 1080p output, USB backup, and literally dozens of tunable settings and features.
Network Video Recorders
The latest technology in security; NVRs make use of high speed network communication to transfer huge, high-speed, high-quality recordings from megapixel cameras. They offer the entire scope of features from our DVRs. However, when you are recording at up to 128 times the picture size, there is no comparison in detail. The wave of the future is definitely IP network camera systems. Unlike computer based solutions, our NVRs are not susceptible to viruses, hackers, external update failures, driver conflicts, or any of the other issues that computers have.