Oculur XNR16-2 16 Channel H.264+ NVR Network Video Recoder - Up to 12TB Storage Support

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SKU:
XNR16-2
MPN:
XNR16-2
Maximum Purchase:
1000 units
  • Oculur XNR16-2 16 Channel H.264+ NVR Network Video Recoder - Up to 12TB Storage Support
  • Oculur XNR16-2 16 Channel H.264+ NVR Network Video Recoder - Up to 12TB Storage Support
$363.00
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Oculur XNR16-2 16 Channel H.264+ Network Video Recoder

Key Features of Oculur XNR16-2

  • Supports 6MP resolution
  • 16-ch network camera inputs
  • 160Mbps incoming bandwidth
  • 5-ch@1080P decoding
  • Supports alarm I/O
  • Supports H.264+ and H.264
  • Supports 2 SATA with 6TB HDD for each
  • Up to 16 independent POE network interfaces
  • 1U Chassis
  • 1x HDMI, 1x VGA out
  • Motion Detection
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Additional Information

Manufacturer:
Oculur
Product Type:
Recorders
Max. Incoming Bandwidth:
160Mbps
Outgoing Bandwidth:
80 Mbps
Number of camera channels:
16 camera channels
Number of PoE Ports:
16 PoE Ports
Max. Storage Capacity:
12 TB
Hard Drive Ports:
2 SATA Ports
Warranty:
3-year Manufacturer Warranty
Recorder Technology:
Network Video Recorder (NVR)
Compression:
H.264
Compression:
H.264+
Rack Unit (U):
1U
Video Output:
1x HDMI
Video Output:
1x VGA
e-SATA:
NO
Pre-Installed Storage (Recorders):
No HDD included
4K Support:
N
ePoE Technology:
N
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6 Reviews

  • 5
    Bailey W.

    Dec 14th 2017

    A good set for a medium security system. The NVR helps to keep installation cost low. The power over Ethernet only requires the laying of a single cable per camera. It makes for a way easier to manage cable system. Even though it is just glanced over single cable installation makes maintenance easier. Singling out a fault is less time consuming and replacement cables can be placed faster. Sixteen camera support makes it suitable for a medium sized security system. The one complaint is the storage space, 6 TB feels like you’ll be looking for a new hard drive pretty soon and the old one will be labeled and placed into a drawer.

  • 5
    Samuel L.

    Dec 9th 2017

    I have had the XNR for a few months now and it is working great. One thing I don’t like the audio recording. It feels like there is some background static. I didn’t come across this problem with my previous recorder. Other than that a good investment.

  • 5
    Cole A.

    Dec 7th 2017

    Works like a charm but is too big in size. The good thing about the recorder that it won’t give you any reason to complain. The amount of space the recorder covers makes it hard to place it in the shelf I have. Going for a compact recorder meant losing camera ports.

  • 5
    Rooney W.

    Nov 29th 2017

    What more can I ask for. The recorder works great with high quality cameras and the PoE switch removes the need for power cables. The worst part of power cables is having to give up power sockets. Not to mention it makes for a less secure system. Two thumbs up.

  • 5
    Cody M.

    Nov 14th 2017

    I don’t like the interaction feel of the device. I feel it lacks that comfort while using the operation buttons on the face. Every time I press the menu or play button it feels like a little too much force will make the recorder slide backwards. Hasn’t happened yet but the anticipation is there.

  • 5
    Larry N.

    Nov 3rd 2017

    Besides two let downs all is good. I don’t like the fact that there are two HDD slots. A single slot can do the same job. The other would be the small storage space. Filling up one terabyte of storage is not an easy task but having a large storage lets you worry about something else. Out of the sixteen camera ports we have twelve in operation. The quality of cable we had installed did hinder with the operation. The camera furthest from the camera needed replacement even though there were no signs of damage. Keep that in mind while setting up.

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