NVR and DVR Video Recorders

What is the difference between an NVR and a DVR? A network video recorder (NVR) records video information from IP cameras which transmit the information over a blue network cable. These cameras connect to an NVR through a network switch or in some cases directly to the NVR itself. Digital video recorders (DVRs) are an older technology and are used to record analog or coax based camera video data. A DVR records cameras that are connected via a coax cable.

NVR and DVR Video Recorder Example Products

HIK-7608NI-SE-P

Third party network cameras supported

Up to 5 megapixels resolution recording

HDMI and VGA output at up to 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution

HDD quota and group management

4/8 independent PoE network interfaces

HIK-7616NI-SE-P

8/16 channels IP camera input

Third party network cameras supported

Up to 5 megapixels video recording

HDMI and VGA output up to 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution

8 Independent PoE network interfaces

Plug and play automatic installation and configuration

2 SATA HDD interfaces

Trusted Suppliers

honeywell
das
q-video
csd3

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