64 Channel Sibell Full-Size 4K NVR

(2 customer reviews)

$769.95

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Description

Description

Description

Sibell is our newest brand and is quickly becoming our most trusted. This 64 channel 4K NVR is the largest and most robust of its line. With the strongest processor in its class, it gives you the ability of recording up to 64 cameras simultaneously. The 64 channel Sibell NVR is capable of handling up to 320Mbps of data letting you use up to 8MP cameras and record them at the new H.265 compression rate.

This NVR supports multiple search tools including smart search, time slice, event, time and tag search! You can add and trigger events with its 8 channels of alarm inputs that can trigger snap shots, email or even an alarm out like a strobe or siren. Audio can be supported on every camera as long as the camera has an audio option. With a maximum simultaneous playback of up to 16 channels at a time, it’s never been easier to sort through your recorded data!

This NVR also has dual Gigabit Ethernet ports, so you can stay connected to the network while keeping your cameras separated from it. This makes it easy for you to cut down on bandwidth usage from your surveillance system on the network without having to invest in a managed switch! The recorder also supports dual HDMI monitors, the first of which is even 4K compatible! Don’t forget that these are plug and play and not just with Sibell, they are plug and play with any ONVIF compliant device.

With 8 SATA bays for hard drive storage and the ability to use up to 6TB drives in each bay, you can max this NVR out at 48TB of total space.If you prefer, one of those drive bays can be replaced with an optional DVD burner and between that and potential USB storage, your options for backing up data are virtually limitless!

Your purchase of this unit includes a 2 year FULL warranty, a lifetime of our US based FREE tech support, and FREE remote viewing software.

Free Remote Viewing Capability All of our DVR’s & NVR’s have remote viewing capabilities. Free Apps & Software are for PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad, Android and Tablets

Specifications
Recorder
Number Of Cameras 64
Number Of SATA Connections 8
Has Alarm Inputs / Outputs Yes
Video Output Types HDMIx2, VGA
Video Output Resolutions: 4K, 4MP, 2MP, 1.3MP, 1MP
Size 2U
Resolutions Capable 8MP, 5MP, 4MP, 3MP, 1080P, 960P, 720P
Max Bandwidth 256Mbps
Compression of Video H.265
Connection Apps Super Live +, Sibell mobile
Downloads
NVR-SB64 Document Downloads
Product Specifications Detailed Feature List and Product Specifications
Product Manual Original Product Manuals
Sibell Series DVR, NVR, IP Camera Downloads
Sibell IP Camera Search Tool Downloads: Software Windows
RPAS Player DAT Files Downloads: Software Windows
Sibell NVMS Windows Client Downloads: Software Windows
Sibell NVMS 2.0 Windows Client Downloads: Software Windows
Microsoft Visual C++ Downloads: Software Windows (Component needed to use Sibell CMS Client)
Sibell NVMS for MAC Downloads: Software Mac
Sibell IP Search Tool for MAC Downloads: Software Mac
iPhone / iPad Mobile Viewing Software iPhone / iPad App from the Apple App Store
Android Mobile Phone Viewing Software Android Phone App from the Google Play Store
Reviews (2)

2 reviews for 64 Channel Sibell Full-Size 4K NVR

  1. Oliver Hanisch

    This is a review for the 64 Channel Sibell Full-Size 4K NVR:I am a bit surprised to not see any reviews about the Sibell line that SecurityCameraKing sells. I have looked around and educated myself for a good two weeks before I bought my first unit from them and have to say that price versus features and performance doesn’t seem to have a competitor anywhere around. Even their Elite line is fairly higher in pricing. I am going to keep on going with Sibell unless I find anything that would steer me away from this line. And in terms of SecurityCameraKing, I have had to call them only twice now, but that was also mostly because I am brand new to IP camera systems and they returned both calls evern after a while, which showed me that they do take their calls they get seriously. The specialist on the other line was very patient and knowledgeable and helped me with my minor issues that I still had due to the learning curve. I am a happy customer and recommend SecurityCameraKing.

  2. Oliver Hanisch

    This is a review for the 64 Channel Sibell Full-Size 4K NVR:I am a bit surprised to not see any reviews about the Sibell line that SecurityCameraKing sells. I have looked around and educated myself for a good two weeks before I bought my first unit from them and have to say that price versus features and performance doesn’t seem to have a competitor anywhere around. Even their Elite line is fairly higher in pricing. What I learned is that you have to pay attention to the total Bitrate the NVR can handle. The formula is simple: If you are aiming to have at least 1080p @ 30 fps (2MP), which is considered full HD, on each channel, you have to calculate about 5Mbps of data coming from the camera per channel. Keep in mind that Bitrate is depending on multiple parameters. Frame rate per second fps (30 is good old TV standard) and video encoding are some of the most important. If your camera and recorder uses H.265 encoding it allows you to store twice as much footage as with H.264. So it is another spec you want to look out for.So, multiply 5Mbps by the number of channels your NVR has and that gives you the total Bitrate that you need in order to have at least 1080p @30fps on each available channel. So for the 64 channel unit, I need at least 320Mbps Bitrate for full HD @ 30 fps per channel which this unit has. I think it boils down to that you need to buy more channels than you actually need, so you can run some lower resolution cameras in some areas and higher or really high resolution like 4K (8MP) video in areas you really need it. Hence, you cannot have too many channels combined with a high enough Bitrate that your processor can handle. Also, I decided that I don’t want PoE ports build in, since it forces you to run all camera Cat cables back to your recorder (very inconvenient for a two story or multi story house) but instead, units with one or two LAN inputs that simply need a PoE switch where the camera is located. Another really good feature on this unit here is that is has 2 LAN ports, one for connecting the unit to your LAN and the second one you can create your own private network for all your cameras that never sees any connection to the internet, hence it is untouchable to hackers and also doesn’t tax your network with data traffic from your cameras. Remote viewing on this unit is accomplished with the NAT service, but I haven’t figured out if it actually lets you view even when outside of your own home network. But I found a much safer way of remote viewing anyway. Instead of port forwarding, I simply use team viewer or another remote connect software to connect via a VPN connection to my PC and it lets me view my entire system from anywhere with no risk of opening up your network to the outside world. So, for right now I am going to keep on going with Sibell unless I find anything that would steer me away from this line. And in terms of SecurityCameraKing, I have had to call them only twice now, but that was also mostly because I am brand new to IP camera systems and they returned both calls evern after a while, which showed me that they do take their calls they get seriously. The specialist on the other line was very patient and knowledgeable and helped me with my minor issues that I still had due to the learning curve. I am a happy customer and recommend SecurityCameraKing.

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