The DVR (Digital Video Record) looks a lot like a DVD, but it is used especially for security cameras.This system stores camera pictures with analog signal.
The DVR is widely known as Stand Alone, a compact device that does not require an interface like computers to work.Some handsets have more than 8 camera inputs, one TV out, VGA output, USB stick and very own up to alarm function.
The stand alone replaces the commercially available capture boards.
Stand alone DVRs are produced with only one board where the digitizers, processors, memory, etc. are concentrated.Usually this system is the simplest and they are excellent.
The stand alone operating system is based on Linux, where the entire system is stored in flash memory and the HDDs record the images that are transmitted by the cameras.
DVR Stand alone is not great, fits anywhere and the better your price is more affordable, which is an advantage for you who wants a DVR.
The alarm present in the stand alone is also very useful for maintaining the safety of the environment. The alarm works as follows:
You can program your DVR so that from any time there is any movement in the environment in front of the cameras, the device detects the movement and sends it to the sensors.Soon after, some shots can be made by a siren or just a flashing lamp on the front of the device.
The DVR Stand alone also has input to process the network information, which in turn will be able to view the images through computers, cell phones, tablets or smartphones.
Stand-alone equipment can be controlled by the mouse or remote control if you are away from the device.
The DVR today is one of the most commonly used electronic security devices and is great for securing your home or property.
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