8 turret cameras 4MP, IP Hikvision CCTV kits for home CCTV
|Our Price: £786.68(£944.02 Inc. VAT)|
Hikvision CCTV kits with 8 turret cameras.
Hiwatch CCTV kits by Hikvision is perfect for your home CCTV or small business CCTV system .Fully cross-compatible with Hikvision remote viewing apps and CMS software. same easy to use graphical user interface as the professional range which is now only available to registered CCTV installation company.
The Turret cameras can be wall or ceiling mount and used indoors or outdoors.
4MP CCTV Kit comprises of the following items, please click on links to find out more information on each of the CCTV kits. Maximum cable run is 100m per camera, use network extender for greater distance. Just one cable needed from each camera back to the NVR ( recorder).
CCTV Kits includes
1 x NVR-208M-A-8P 8 channel Hikvision NVR
8 x IPC-T140 4MP Hikvision turret cameras with 2.8mm wide angle lens and 30m IR range
1 x ST2000VX008 2TB surveillance SATA HD 3.5
Other Items that you will need are listed as options.
For a full new install, you will need-
CAT5 Cables- one per camera ( use ready made or make them up your self )
A monitor or your own TV to view it on An HDMI cable to connect your screen
Hikvision Mobile Remote viewing
The CCTV 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. You don't need to make any changes on the DVR!Need support for Hikvsion UK products?
Start chat by clicking let's talk at the bottom right-hand side of your screen or call us. We support all products purchased from CCTV wholesales. 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 recording.