16 channel DVR recorder, 1080N ideal for home CCTV system
|Our Price: £48.00(£57.60 Inc. VAT)|
|Installed HD 1? |
- 16channel real-time 1080H recording ( IP 1080P)
- Supports TVI , AHD , D1 & IP cameras
- 8 channel playback
- BNC , HMI & VGA monitor output
- Supports P2P cloud remote viewing
- 2 channel audio inputs
- 2 USB ports for mouse/backup to USB
- Smart search plays back only where there is motion
- Up the Coaxial Control supported ( UTC)
- 2 x SATA hard drives support ( 2 x 4Tb = 8Tb max)
16 channel CCTV DVR is a high definition 1080N recorder which offers full compatibility with over coaxial cable CCTV signals such as TVI, Turbo HD, AHD, standard resolution as well as IP cameras over CAT5e cable. CAT5e cable can also be used in place of RG59 coaxial cable with the aid of HD video baluns.
Able to record in real-time 1080H @ 25pfs and 720P with IP cameras. Playback is 4 channels. Supports such features as P2P cloud self-networking and BNC monitor output as well as HDMI & VGA.
16 Channel CCTV DVR 1080N
The Pluto 4 is a 1080N recorder which can display images at 1080P and record at 1080N
The Pluto DVR will accept cameras up to 2MP in resolution in the analogue
- 1 x 1080N, 16 camera input DVR
- power supply for DVR
For a full new install, you will also need-
Mobile Phone Remote viewing
The Pluto DVR will be online as soon as you connect a cable to your router You can download the free app called Smart meye at any time ready for when you receive your DVR. You can watch this video which shows you how to download the app and set up your free account. You don't need to make any changes on the DVR!
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Hard Disk size & recording times
When the hard drive gets full on the DVR, it will start to delete the oldest 15 minutes of recording to make space for new footage. The number of days of recording that you will be able to revive depends on a number of settings and conditions.
a) How much activity there is in view of the cameras
b) what quality the resolution is set to
c) if it's set to record continuously or on motion only
d) Hard drive size used
Click here to see examples of recording time when the DVR is set to continuous record.