Oculur CNR41 4 Channel Quad-brid HD-TVI Digital Video Recorder - No HDD included

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  • Oculur CNR41 4 Channel Quad-brid HD-TVI Digital Video Recorder - No HDD included
  • Oculur CNR41 4 Channel Quad-brid HD-TVI Digital Video Recorder - No HDD included
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  • Hard Drive Ports : 1 SATA Port
  • Max. Storage Capacity : 6 TB Storage Capacity


Oculur CNR41 4 Channel Quad-brid HD-TVI Digital Video Recorder

Key Features:

  • 4 Channel
  • No HDD included
  • Support HD-TVI, AHD, analog cameras input
  • Support 1-ch IP camera input
  • Support 1920x1080 non real-time, 960x1080 real-time
  • Up to 3950ft transmission over coaxial cable
  • Support 1 SATA with 6TB HDD
  • Video Content Analytic


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Additional Information

Channel Capacity:
4 camera channels
Hard Drive Ports:
1 SATA Port
Max. Storage Capacity:
6 TB
Recorder Technology:
Digital Video Recorder (DVR)
3-year Manufacturer Warranty
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6 Reviews

  • 5

    Posted by Gunther C. on Dec 13th 2017

    You will outgrow it. At first, I thought it would be a great idea to have a recorder with large storage. The more I used it the more a feel like giving up a terabyte for one more camera port. I’ll even consider dropping two terabytes. The function of the recorder at least covers the price.

  • 5

    Posted by John R. on Dec 4th 2017

    Works well for a small security set up. I have four cameras that cover half of an office floor and the recorder runs them with great ease. What I hate is that the recorder doesn’t have power over Ethernet. Not only does this mean extra wiring but extra time spent covering that wiring.

  • 5

    Posted by Terry F. on Nov 28th 2017

    Gauge your need before getting the recorder. All recorders do the same thing. But where they drift apart is the extra functions. Sadly this recorder has none of those features. It is simple and quiet. The only thing that makes a good selling point is the very long distance the camera can be from the recorder while still sending information at the right speed.

  • 5

    Posted by Charles P. on Nov 15th 2017

    Works very well. I friend of mine helped me source the equipment for my home security system. I wanted a simple easy to use system and the recorder delivers. The storage space is awesome and with three cameras installed let’s see how long it is before I have to empty out the drive.

  • 5

    Posted by Destin V. on Nov 10th 2017

    Be ready for some expense. The recorder itself is very cheap and even along with a 6 TB hard drive wont burn through your wallet. It does need old school wire work though and depending on how far the cameras are from the recorder will decide the price. The hardware is very easy to interact with and the shape makes it look like cable decoder. I feel for a security system being subtle is a very good trait. For me installation didn’t cost a lot as there was wiring left behind that almost met my requirements.

  • 5

    Posted by Keith M. on Oct 25th 2017

    Where the recorder lacks is the analog connection. This means that there may be wiring that needs to be covered up so it isn’t visible. The added cables make it hard to source the problem in case of a malfunction. The DVR however has wonderful camera support. The range of camera with different qualities and frame rates make it ready to work with a lot of products. The combo of HDMI and VGA output means older monitors can be hooked up to the DVR. A single HDD port lets you change and replace the hard drives with ease. Some devices with the same storage capacity need two hard drives to support it.

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