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I am getting ready to purchase the 16 Channel Hybrid Federal Series H.264 DVR / NVR and I have a question regarding alarm events and motion detection.  I have some cameras already both IP and analog.  Several do not have alarm triggering and or motion detection but I am under the impression that this may be something the DVR/NVR can be able to perform just from the video stream and that the camera does not necessarily need to have this capability.  Is this correct or will I need to change these cameras for ones with built in motion detection and alarm triggering?

Secondly, just to confirm, this 16 channel hybrid will actually record 32 channels (16 IP plus 16 analog) is that correct?

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If you go with our HYBDVR-LT016480 this Hybrid recorder has 16 Alarm Inputs, 6 Relay Outputs. Some cameras do have alarm outputs if you want to go that route some do not, the recorder can handle these tasks you can have motion from lets say camera 1 trigger a relay or a relay input trigger recording on camera 1 etc. As for the Hybrid being a 32 Channels yes it is we just refer to it as a 16 channel as to not confuse someone trying to add 16 IP cameras using their old 16 Analog cameras. 

 

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Thanks Jose,

 

That helps but I am still confused about the motion detection with the cameras I am looking at.

 

My understanding of how these systems work may be wrong and need some correction.  I thought motion detection is a function of the DVR/NVR software and only a video stream is required from the camera in analog systems.  I am wondering if the same is true for IP cameras.  It seems many IP cameras have built in motion detection/alarm triggering but the specs for the IP cameras I have say “does not have integrated motion detection support”.  I am not certain if that means that motion detection will not work at all with these cameras or if motion detection must be supported by the software of the DVR/NVR.

I hope that makes since.  I am trying to contact the manufacturer as well but I fear their answer if I get one will be that it is dependent on the DVR/NVR used.

 

I am also wondering if an RS232 port will support more than one PTZ camera.

 

Thanks,

Richard

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When it comes to (Analog) DVR’s the recorder handles the motion detection. As for (IP) NVR’S its a two fold setup where the camera needs to be able to do motion as well as the NVR the reason being is the IP camera does all the Encoding and send it into the network and then NVR receives the data and chooses what to do with it versus an analog camera the camera send all its information without any encoding done so the DVR receives raw data and then encodes it. As for any questions to the Manufacturer we are the Manufacturer of this product.

Only the RS485 will support the PTZ control. You can have as many PTZ’s as you have total channels. 

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