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The Swann SWNVK-873004 is one of the latest Swann CCTV Security Systems, boasting an amazing 1080P High Definition 8-Channel Network Video Recorder and four NHD-815 3 Megapixel Bullet Cameras recording on to a 2TB Hard Drive. The NVR unit is a reliable, high-performance surveillance solution for recording security footage. The system can be used 24/7 in your home or office premises with each camera recording clear and detailed images at a display resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels. With an 80° -angle lens allows for a wider field of view for security monitoring over a broad area. The Day/Night function enables the camera to switch from its colour setting (during the day time) to its black and white 'night time' mode in response to changes in light. The 30 IR LEDs of this day/night camera provide a night-vision range of up to 35 Metres. The tough and durable IP66-rated housing of each camera allows for both indoor and outdoor installations.
The NVR8-7300 8-Channel NVR displays and records full HD (2048 x 1536) images in real-time. You can leave the NVR to record continuously, or manually configure it to record when it detects motion. Keeping track of high traffic or vulnerable sections of your property during peak times or throughout the entire day. You can program the NVR to run on scheduled recording mode, to record at a specific time of the day or date range. All the recorded videos are compressed in H.264 format, ensuring optimal usage of the available storage and network resources. Equipped with a 2TB hard drive, the Network Video Recorder can record for up to 2 weeks or longer when using the motion detection mode. Using the SwannView app, the recorded videos can be viewed over the Internet on a Mac or PC, or on Android/iOS enabled devices. In addition, you can transfer the recorded footage to a USB flash drive for backup or for archiving for future reference. If your system is set to continuously record, and footage is continually written to the hard drive, the HDD memory will record up to 3 weeks, depending on your setup and placement of cameras. The system has the ability to reduce the quality of recording to extend this recording time for longer. Depending on the activity the system may require more storage space and reduce record time, however, there is a spare hard drive slot for you to install a second hard drive to expand the recording time.??
In comparison to the Analog Digital Video Recorders with a lower picture quality, the 87300 offers 3 Megapixel quality recording - D1 is low quality (the fourth tier), 1 Megapixel - 720p systems (third tier), and the top two tiers are 2 Megapixel and 3 Megapixel CCTV - the 873004 is a top tier 3 Megapixel System. With simple setup and an easy-to-navigate user interface plus events management features, multiple recording modes (continuous recording and motion detection recording), HDMI and VGA video outputs, this Swann NVR is a feature-rich and flexible surveillance system for your business or home. Along with the cameras and NVR, four CAT5e cables, a HDMI cable, mouse, power adapter, theft deterrent stickers, and mounting hardware are included to facilitate setup and installation. Connecting up the NVR and Cameras is very easy. With a step by step instruction manual in the box, the guide will show you which cable goes where. The connection map included has detailed images of various connectors - you can use these to assist with your NVR and Camera connectivity in the shortest time possible.
We hear you asking, is this better than a standard DVR? In one word - Absolutely. The normal DVR's can capture practical footage, however lack detail. These new 3 Megapixels systems allow you to read finer details, including wording on signs and number plates during the day. Edges of buildings, cars, and people look extremely sharp. You are going from around 0.3MegaPixels on the analogue DVR's to 3 Megapixels with the 7300 series NVR. Therefore, images are much clearer. NVR means Network Video Recorder: It sends the image as data from the camera to the recorder allowing for very high definition video signals such as 1080P (1920 x 1080 Pixels) and higher. Usually requires only 1 cable - either a Cat5e or Cat6 Cable (recommend Cat6 where possible). The downside is that this uses much more data and requires larger hard drive sizes however this is a small price to pay for quality CCTV video footage. Maximum cable distance is around 70-100mtrs without a network switch.Read more