Oculur XNR8-2 8 Channel H.264+ Network Video Recorder - Up to 8TB Storage Support

Brand: Oculur
Part Number: XNR8-2
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  • Compression : H.264 Plus,
  • Pre-Installed Storage : No HDD included
  • Video Output : 1x VGA 1x HDMI
  • Hard Drive Ports : 2 SATA Ports
  • Max. Storage Capacity : 8 TB Storage Capacity
  • Number of PoE Ports : 8 PoE Ports


Oculur XNR8-2 8 Channel H.264+ Network Video Recorder - Up to 8TB Storage Support

Key Features:

  • 8-ch network camera inputs
  • No HDD included
  • Support 6MP resolution
  • 80Mbps incoming bandwidth
  • 5-ch@1080P decoding
  • Support alarm I/O
  • Support 2 SATA with 4TB HDD for each
  • Up to 8 independent POE network interfaces
  • 1U Chassis
  • 1x HDMI, 1x VGA out
  • 3-Year Manufacturer Warranty


Additional Information

Channel Capacity:
8 Channels
H.264 Plus
Hard Drive Ports:
2 SATA Ports
Max. Incoming Bandwidth:
Max. Storage Capacity:
8 TB
Number of PoE Ports:
8 PoE Ports
Outgoing Bandwidth:
80 Mbps
Pre-Installed Storage:
No HDD included
Rack Unit (U):
Recorder Technology:
Network Video Recorder (NVR)
Video Output:
1x VGA 1x HDMI
3-year Manufacturer Warranty
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6 Reviews

  • 5

    Posted by Nolan C. on Dec 7th 2017

    I really like oculur products for their price range. For someone setting up a security system for the first time is a scary challenge. Searching online you will come across amazing devices with even more amazing price tags which I won’t be covering anytime soon. I didn’t have to dish out unnecessary amounts of cash.

  • 5

    Posted by Flynn T. on Nov 26th 2017

    Satisfying to work with. The recorder has more than enough ample storage space. In case of extra storage the 8 TB capacity will cover it. It would have been nicer if the storage space could be covered with a single HDD connection. The recorder has two HDD slots so you need two 4 TB hard drives.

  • 5

    Posted by Carter P. on Nov 15th 2017

    Better even against oculur’s own products. The last recorder I purchase happened to be from Oculur as well. The only shortcoming was that recorderd could only support four cameras. The upgrade didn’t cost as much as I thought it would. The price difference between the two recorders is around a hundred bucks.

  • 5

    Posted by Parker S. on Nov 11th 2017

    Not that great. The price is somewhat reasonable unless you order it with the hard drives. Getting the recorder with the two 4 TB is around double of what the recorder cost. So with the two drives you are paying fro two and half recorders. There is a plus side, you can find drives for cheaper that are compatible.

  • 5

    Posted by Alfred H. on Oct 24th 2017

    The recorder is a great edition to a security system. Since it can support eight cameras it can be used for the house or even a small business. The recorder isn’t limited by recording quality either. It can handle footage from a 6 MP camera with ease and play it back in HD. I ordered the device and it arrived within three days. Set up was pretty easy. All the camera ports have power over Ethernet and I ended up removing sections of cable from the system as they were not needed anymore.

  • 5

    Posted by Lee T. on Oct 17th 2017

    Going for a budget system a cheap NVR is a good start. I made the mistake of ordering the NVR with two hard drives. Only after setting up the system I came to know that other compatible hard drives are available for cheaper. The recorder works great though and I only came across one problem. A camera’s feed would continuously drop and turned to be because of stripped insulation on the cable. Till that point I was certain it was the recorder. Great thing is the playback function. At a single time you can see feed from all the cameras.

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