Digital Watchdog VMAX 960H Flex 8-Channel DVR with 6TB HDD

Digital Watchdog VMAX 960H Flex 8-Channel DVR with 6TB HDD

Digital Watchdog VMAX 960H Flex 8-Channel DVR with 6TB HDD

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Digital Watchdog VMAX 960H Flex 8-Channel DVR with 6TB HDD

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  • Connects to up to 8 Channels
  • 960H, D1, 2CIF, CIF Display Resolutions
  • Up to 240/200 fps Recording
  • HDMI, Composite, VGA Monitor Outputs
  • H.264 Video Compression
  • Includes Audio Inputs and Outputs
  • 8 Sensor Inputs & 2 Alarm Outputs
  • 6TB Pre-Installed Storage
  • Built-In DVD-RW
  • Push Notifications for Mobile Devices
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Connect up to 8 cameras to the $VMAX 960H Flex 8-Channel DVR from Digital Watchdog to record, archive, and view surveillance footage. The DVR includes a 6TB pre-installed hard drive disk for storing information captured by the connected cameras. The standalone records footage in real time at 960H, D1, 2CIF, and CIF resolutions. Using H.264 video and ADPCM audio compression, the DVR works to provide clear footage when distributing the content. Firmware upgrades, Single-Touch Backup and Event management, True DVR Health Check, along with other DVR features can be controlled using the DVR's front panel, or with the included USB mouse or IR remote control.

With a built-in DVD-RW and two USB ports, information can be removed from the device and stored onto a disc or other storage device. An integrated 4 channel Signal Extender can be used to amplify the video signal and extend video coverage up to 2950' between camera and DVR (from CH1 to CH4 only).

Advanced H.264 standalone DVR
8 video inputs, 8 audio inputs, 2 audio outputs
8 looping outputs
Central management software
Digital zoom in live and playback
USB flash drive, network upgrade, FTP remote upgrade
Help menu on major functions
Import, export configurations between multiple DVRs
Mobile Application for iPhones, iPads, iPods, Android smartphones and tablets, and Kindle Fire
Multiple recording schedules
Multiplex: Live, playback, recording, backup, network configuration
Network Time Protocol (NTP)
Network bandwidth control
One-touch video backup, reverse playback, & emergency recording
Remote software platforms compatible with Windows and Mac
S.M.A.R.T health check with email notifications
Mirroring (RAID 0, 1, 10)
Scheduled network backup
8 sensor input, 4 relay output
Simple & free DDNS
Special search options like Go To, Multi-Date & Time, Panoramic, Smart Search, Log Viewer Search, Single Channel Playback During Live, Frame-By-Frame
GUI, USB mouse, and IR remote control included
Watermark verification (Digital Signature Authentication)
Web-Based Client with Multi-user Access: Live, playback, & configure up to 10 multiple connections
HDD calculator and auto recording configuration
Recording mode at 30 fps on every channel at 960H resolution
Email and Text Event Notifications: Email and text with snapshot
In the Box
Digital Watchdog VMAX 960H Flex 8-Channel DVR with 6TB HDD
  • IR Remote Control
  • USB Mouse
  • 12VDC Adapter
  • Power Cable
  • 4 x Rubber Mount
  • Ground Screw
  • Software CD
  • Limited 5-Year Warranty
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    CMS ACS (Client S/W), MAC (Apple S/W), Pivot (CMS S/W), DW Spectrum (Synergy S/W)
    Protocols Static, DDNS, DHCP
    Mobile Applications (iOS/Android) iPhones, Android Phones, Blackberry (up to Version 8), iPads, Android Tablets, Kindle Fire
    Transmission Speed Live: 480/400 fps @ D1 (NTSC/PAL)
    Web Viewer Operations: Live, Playback, Remote Configuration, up to 10 simultaneous connections (in Live)
    Platforms: Internet Explorer
    Network Connection Ethernet (1 x Gigabit 10/100/1000 Mb/s)
    Image Controls Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, and Hue
    Covert Video Live and playback
    Playback Functions x1/16, x1/8, x1/4, x1/2, x1, x2, x4, x8, x16, x32, First Data, Last Data, Frame-by-Frame (Panoramic)
    Playback Rate 240/200 fps (NTSC/PAL) at all resolutions
    Playback Resolution Full 960H real-time playback, 30 fps at all resolutions
    Recording Modes Schedule, Event, Time-Lapse, Panic, Continuous, Pre & Post Event, Motion, Recording Configuration per channel
    Search Modes Date & Time, Record Table, Calendar, Event Preview, Bookmark, Play from Search, System & Event Logs, Panoramic Search, Single Channel Playback in Live
    Special Features FaceStamp, 5x Signal Intensifier, Dealer's Portal, True DVR Health Check
    Firmware Upgrade USB Drive, Network Upgrade, FTP Remote Upgrade
    Pre-alarm Record Yes, 0 to 15 sec
    Digital Zoom Live and playback
    External Devices Export Devices: USB Flash Drive, USB HDD, DVD-RW
    Operating System Linux embedded
    Recording Resolution 960H
    Screen Resolution 1080p, 720p, 1280 x 1024, 1024 x 768, 720 x 480 (NTSC), 720 x 576 (PAL)
    Recording Rate 240/200 fps (NTSC/PAL) at all resolutions
    Display Frame Rate 30 fps
    Display Resolution 960H, D1, 2CIF, CIF (NTSC/PAL)
    Compression Type H.264
    Video Input / Output 8 x Channels
    1 x HDMI output
    1 x Composite output
    1 x VGA
    1 x Spot monitor output
    Sensor & Alarm i/o 8 x Sensor inputs 2 x Alarm outputs
    Audio Codec ADPCM
    Audio Input/Output 8 x Inputs
    2 x Outputs
    Display Modes 1, 4, 9, 16, single channel playback, sequence
    Looping Outputs (BNC) Optional (VLOOP Accessory not included)
    Serial Interface 1 x RS232
    2 x RS485 for PTZ camera & controller
    2 x USB 2.0
    User Interface Control IR remote control, USB mouse, front panel buttons
    HDD Interface Up to 2 HDD, SATA-II, SATA-III
    Storage Two bays supporting up to 4 TB HDD each; 6 TB pre-installed
    Power Requirements 12 VDC, 6.67 A D/C
    Power Consumption 80.04 W
    Operating Temperature & Humidity 41 to 104°F (5 to 40°C), less than 80% humidity
    Dimensions 14.3 x 2.6 x 14.0" (36.2 x 6.6 x 35.6 cm)
    Weight 8.4 lb (3.8 kg)

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