Hikvision 2 camera CCTV kit with 2 x 2MP 1080P power over coaxial cameras featuring ultra low light night vision.
Power over Coaxial (PoC) means that power for the camera is supplied by the DVR via coaxial video cable (RG59 or similar), this removes the requirement for separate cables and power supplies which would otherwise be needed to power your cameras. For installers, this means a much more time and cost efficient
PoC can be used on cable runs up to 200 meters and is available in 4,8 and 16 channel DVRs (models ending /P), a full complement of TVI PoC cameras are also available (models ending E) which together offer a cost-effective and time-saving solution to your TVI installations.
Hikvision CCTV Kit includes turret cameras which can be wall or ceiling mount and suitable for inside or outside use.
We sell cable by the meter or as a roll of 100m or 200m. Its very easy to make the cable - just watch this video.
Hikvision CCTV Kit includes
1 x DS-7204HQHI-K1/P 4 channel POC DVR
2 x DS-2CE56D8T-IT3E 2MP 1080P ultra low light turret cameras with 2.8mm lens & 30m IR
For a full new install, you will also need-
- Hard drive - Only one needed
- Cables- one per camera ( just RG59 not shotgun cable)
- Cable clips
- CCTV monitor screen or your own TV to view it on
- HDMI cable to connect your screen
Mobile Phone Remote viewing
The kits will be online as soon as you connect a cable to your internet. You can download the free app called Hik-connect at any time ready for when you receive your CCTV kit. You can watch this video which shows you how to download the app and set up your free account.
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Hard Disk size & recording times
When the hard drive gets full in 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.