9 channel NVR with 4 PoE & 5MP recording QT-NVR3604DP
- 4 PoE ports builtin 60Mps bandwidth
- Supports additional 5 IP cameras
- H265/H264 compression
- Up to 5MP recording in real-time
- HDMI & VGA monitor output
- 1 channel audio in/out
- P2P remote viewing using FREEIP app
- 1 SATA HDD socket up to 8TB
- 2-year guarantee
9 channel NVR with PoE by Qtron is plug and play NVR when used with Qtron IP cameras offering real-time recording on every camera at up to 5MP. No need for extra power supply or cables as one CAT5/6 cable will carry power and video data to and from the camera.
This NVR offers 4 PoE ports which allow you to connected 4 cameras directly to the NVR with an additional 5 cameras via your LAN thus giving you a total of 9 IP cameras.
Latest H.265 video file compressions saves nearly 50% hard drive space and cost compared to H.264. This also means smaller file size for over internet viewing.
9 channel NVR includes
- NVR3604DP - 9 channel NVR with 4 PoE
- Power supply for NVR
For a full new install, you will also need-
- Hard drive for recording the footage
- Cables- one per camera
- Cable clips
- CCTV monitor screen or your own TV to view it on
- HDMI cable to connect your screen
Mobile Phone Remote viewing
The Qtron 9 channel NVR will be online as soon as you connect a cable to your router. You can download the free app called FreeIP at any time ready for when you receive your Qtron NVR3604DP 9 channel NVR. 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 NVR!
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Hard Disk size & recording times
When the hard drive gets full on the NVR, 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