Oculur CNR81 8 Channel 2MP 1080P HD-TVI quad-brid Digital Video Recorder - Up to 6TB Storage Support

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SKU:
CNR81
MPN:
CNR81
Maximum Purchase:
1000 units
  • Oculur CNR81 8 Channel 2MP 1080P HD-TVI quad-brid Digital Video Recorder - Up to 6TB Storage Support
  • Oculur CNR81 8 Channel 2MP 1080P HD-TVI quad-brid Digital Video Recorder - Up to 6TB Storage Support
$156.25
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Oculur CNR81 8 Channel 2MP 1080P HD-TVI quad-brid Digital Video Recorder - Up to 6TB Storage Support

Key Features of Oculur CNR81

  • 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 1 SATA with 6TB HDD
  • Video Content Analytic
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Specifications

3-year Manufacturer Warranty
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Additional Information

Manufacturer:
Oculur
Product Type:
Recorders
Number of camera channels:
8 camera channels
Max. Storage Capacity:
6 TB
Hard Drive Ports:
1 SATA Port
Recorder Technology:
Digital Video Recorder (DVR)
Compression:
H.264+
Warranty:
3-year Manufacturer Warranty
Compression:
H.264
Video Output:
1x VGA
Rack Unit (U):
1U
Pre-Installed Storage (Recorders):
No HDD included
Video Output:
1x HDMI
Number of PoE Ports:
2 PoE Ports
Specsheet:
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6 Reviews

  • 5
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    Posted by Jake G. on Dec 12th 2017

    Affordable DVR with the right functions. I feel like analog recorders are way easier to use and getting your hands on a set is very simple. The playback quality on recorded video is in full HD and Oculur has a large range of camera support that means no inch is uncovered. The compatibility allows for a mix and match and you can use cameras made by other brands.

  • 5
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    Posted by Aaron D. on Dec 5th 2017

    A smart choice for a home security system. I recently installed a home security system and the system covers all of the property. The cameras capture video in HD which is reflected in the video playback. Going over and working with the video is surprisingly straightforward and hassle free.

  • 5
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    Posted by Ted T. on Nov 24th 2017

    You get your money’s worth. I really enjoyed using the DVR and saved a few bucks by buying the hard drives from a separate source. The delivery time was less than three days. The installation process was not plug and play and you need some experience with security systems to get your head around it.

  • 5
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    Posted by Karl M. on Nov 20th 2017

    Going for an Oculur product is always a safe bet. The best part is knowing that purchasing a 32 camera ready recorder from Oculur will cost a little more than this unit. The sixteen camera support is more than adequate for my security needs and every single on is in operation. The great thing about the recorder is the long range. I have a camera on my farm at the entrance about an acre from the front door. Come rain, hail, or snow the video feed has never experienced any interruptions.

  • 5
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    Posted by Gary D. on Nov 11th 2017

    The synchronous playback leaves little to be desired. The feature saves a lot time while going over footage. The sixteen camera connection lets the recorder be used in large areas or even can be used to cover the security of two separate buildings. That is the case with me and my neighbor. We have both our houses set up on one device and since there is a common shared space between the houses we can both access and view the system. Right now we are using a 4 TB hard drive and running ten cameras around the clock.

  • 5
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    Posted by Trey G. on Nov 9th 2017

    Incognito. The recorder lurks in the shadows watching, remembering. The look of the DVR makes it blend into the dark background with the only sign of life being the power indicator. The recorder is very low key and quiet. Important considerations while getting a recorder.

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