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Hello, I am looking to purchase a DVR. However, I need to store the footage for 45 days. Therefore, I wish to record at a lower framerate than 30FPS. Can the FPS be adjusted on the DVRs that they they record @ 30fps? Thanks!

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All the DVRs and NVRs we carry can have the frame rates adjusted down. 

http://www.securitycameraking……drive.html

 

That page  has a calculator on it to figure out how big of a drive you will need. Depending on unit is how many drives will fit. Max drive size is 3 TB.

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Each cameras Frame Rate can be adjusted as well as set to motion. If you give me more information i can can assist you with choosing what Hard Drive Size you would need. you can also use this tool here.

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Is the software on the DVR installed on the hard drive? Or can I order the unit by itself and put a hard drive that I already have in it?

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Our Recorders run an embedded Linux OS. The Hard Disk Drive is only there to store your footage. You can install your own hard drive just make sure it is compatible. We use Hard Drives designed for surveillance equipment. 

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Hello, I was looking at one of the complete 32 camera bundled systems. Do you know if the equipment is UL listed? Thanks.

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They are not but depending on the Camera or Recorder they carry a Rohs and CE certifications. 

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How are the HDD installed? Are they internal or external on this unit? DVR-LT032960 

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They are installed internally. This recorder Supports 8 Sata Drives of 3Tb each if you add a DVD burner it takes up two spaces in the hard drive bay only permitting 6 Sata Drives to be installed. 

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Are those 2.5″ (laptop size) or 3.5″ (desktop size) hard drives that fit into the unit? 

 

Just to confirm, if aftermarket drives are purchased, will it accept a 4TB drives, or only 3TB drives? 

 

Do you know if this unit PWR-16 is CE MARKED? 

 

Thank you for your time and help, planning on ordering equipment later today.

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You would need a hard drive for a desk top. We have only tested up to a 3 TB.

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The Hard Drive Bays are for 3.5″ Drives you can get an adapter to use the 2.5″. 

As for the PWR-16 it carries the CE Certification. 

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Great, just ordered the DVR and 2 of the PWR-16. 

 

Second question, do you happen to have any pictures of what the cables look like on the http://www.securitycameraking……-prd1.html camera? If not, do they just look like the standard cables on http://www.securitycameraking……-prd1.html? Thanks for your help!

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I currently do not have an image but you can view this video here.

 

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