Oculur CNR162 16 Channel HD-TVI Digital Video Recorder - No HDD included

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  • Oculur CNR162 16 Channel HD-TVI Digital Video Recorder - No HDD included
  • Oculur CNR162 16 Channel HD-TVI Digital Video Recorder - No HDD included
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Oculur CNR162 16 Channel Quad-brid Digital Video Recorder

Key Features:

  • 16 Channel
  • No HDD included
  • Support HD-TVI, AHD, analog cameras input
  • Support 2-ch IP camera input
  • Support 1920x1080 non real-time, 960x1080 real-time
  • Up to 3950ft transmission over coaxial cable
  • Support 2 SATA, up to 6TB HDD each
  • Video Content Analytic
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Additional Information

Product Type:
Recorder Channel Capacity:
16 camera channels
Max. Storage Capacity:
12 TB
Hard Drive Ports:
2 SATA Ports
Recorder Technology:
Digital Video Recorder (DVR)
3-year Manufacturer Warranty
H.264 Plus
Number of PoE Ports:
2 PoE Ports
4K Support:
ePoE Technology:
Pre-Installed Storage:
No HDD included
Video Output:
Video Output:
1x VGA
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7 Reviews

  • 5
    Lucy J.

    Dec 8th 2017

    There are two ways buying this DVR can send you. Either you will love it or hate it. The price on the DVR with the 12 TB hard drive is very close to that of a NVR bought with the same amount of storage. That being said the further a camera is from a recorder the more energy it uses up. For power over Ethernet set ups this means the consumption of more bandwidth. Analog system can be connected to a back up system that kicks in instantaneously. Doing the same with NVR systems is possible but way more complicated to set up and there is more equipment involved too.

  • 5
    Arnold I.

    Dec 4th 2017

    Just get a NVR instead. The storage space on the recorder is enough to be used with reliability. The combined with the sixteen channels sounds good but the wiring will be analog. In the case analog connection is cheaper than single cable set up go for it even though a NVR will be the same price.

  • 5
    Eugene S.

    Nov 24th 2017

    I can’t think of any good reason to buy a DVR. The price difference between DVR and NVR isn’t that great. If you know what to look for you can find a NVR for the price of a DVR. When you factor in the cost for the hard drive it feels like an even worse option.

  • 5
    Macron L.

    Nov 17th 2017

    A commendable camera range. There are a lot of options for cameras to choose from that work with the DVR. Distance is no problem for the recorder as the data speed does not drop the further the camera moves away. The lack of PoE can be a good thing in certain situations. In case the data cable is compromised the camera will still receive power and if it is equipped with local storage there will be no loss of data. That being said Nvr systems are getting more common and efficient. Dual stream function is worth mentioning as it makes monitoring easier.

  • 5
    Zahn M.

    Nov 10th 2017

    Amazing transmission range. I work with a large analog security system which can’t be upgraded because we will need an insane amount of dry wall repair later on. New wiring had to be laid for the camera system and some was jointed along the preexisting connections and the recorder handles it like breeze.

  • 5
    Bill T.

    Nov 7th 2017

    For a small space getting an analog system can be cheaper in the long run. Analog equipment is cheaper as compared PoE and wireless support cameras. That being said these system are less secure. Again for a cheaper price you can have a complete security system that can support HD cameras.

  • 5
    Jackie C.

    Sep 22nd 2017

    The camera compatibility is awesome. The DVR supports a large range of cameras including full HD recording cameras. I found cheap HD cameras that run on analog and the DVR works smooth. The storage space is insane and I think it will be able to handle sixteen cameras.

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