Digital Watchdog VMAX480 8-Channel Stand-Alone DVR (1 TB)

Digital Watchdog VMAX480 8-Channel Stand-Alone DVR (1 TB)

Digital Watchdog VMAX480 8-Channel Stand-Alone DVR (1 TB)

Digital Watchdog VMAX480 8-Channel Stand-Alone DVR (1 TB)

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The Digital Watchdog VMAX480 8-Channel Stand-Alone DVR (1 TB) features HDMI and VGA support, built-in DVD-RW, optional looping output, mobile device quad view, and PTZ control. This DVR has a storage capacity of 1 TB.

Advanced H.264 Linux-embedded DVR
Multiplex live, playback, recording, backup, network, configuration
120 fps at D1, total 480 fps at CIF
HDMI and VGA support
One-touch video backup and reverse playback
Built-in DVD-RW
Scheduled network backup
Covert channel
Call monitor
Web-based client with multi-user access
Automatic private IP addressing
Simple & free DDNS support
NTP (Network Time Protocol)
Watermark verification (Digital signature verification)
Network bandwidth control
DVR health check with email notification
DVR calculation and auto-recording configuration
Help menu on major function
Configuration import / export
Auto / manual firmware upgrade available
Screensaver to protect monitor screen
8 sensor input, 1 relay output
Email or text event notifications with snapshots
Central management software, Up to 128-channel
Mobile application for Blackberry, iPhone, Android smartphones
Mobile device quad view and PTZ control
MAC-compatible remote software
USB mouse, IR remote control GUI
In the Box
Digital Watchdog VMAX480 8-Channel Stand-Alone DVR (1 TB)
  • User Manual (DVR & Software)
  • Quick Start Guide
  • CD (Manual & Software)
  • Set of Rubber Mount (4 Pieces)
  • 12 VDC Adapter
  • Power Cable
  • IR Remote Controller
  • 2 x Battery for Remote Controller
  • USB Mouse
  • 5-Year Limited Warranty
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    Digital Watchdog VMAX480 specs

    Operating System Linux
    Channels 8
    CMS Capable: Yes
    Description: PIVOT is hybrid central monitoring software that is included with every Digital Watchdog DVR and IP camera. It can manage up to 128 sites or cameras and record up to 8 DW IP cameras simultaneously.
    Software Download: Downloadable from
    Video Input BNC: 8 channels
    Video Output VGA Out: 2 monitors (VGA, composite, or HDMI), 1 spot monitor (composite)
    Speed NTSC / PAL: 240 / 200 fps (display)
    Record Speeds NTSC / PAL (Maximum)
    CIF: 40 / 200 fps
    2CIF: 240 / 200 fps D1: 120 / 100 fps
    Email Notification Alarm: Yes
    Compression Type H.264
    Recording Post Alarm & Pre: Yes
    Recording Mode Continuous, alarm, motion, event recording, pre- & post-alarm, panic recording
    Sensor Control: 8 each
    Alarm Output: 1 relay, 1 TTL
    Search Time search, calendar search, event search
    Playback Speed: 1x, 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x, 32x
    Mode: Time search, calendar search, event search
    Supports Digital Signatures: Yes
    Water Marking: Yes
    Operation Multiple: Live, playback, recording, backup, network, configuration
    Multi-Screen Display 1, 4, 9
    Pan/Tilt/Zoom RS485 port, virtual joystick control on-screen by mouse
    Audio Input RCA: 4 each
    Audio Output 1 each
    HDD Default Storage: 1 TB
    Storage Expandability: Built-in DVD-RW (internal)
    Backup USB backup and network backup
    User Authority Multiple: Yes
    Remote Operation Configuration: Yes
    Remote Control Wireless: Yes
    Network 10/100 Base-Tx Ethernet (RJ45)
    Fixed IP, DHCP, DDNS, Auto IP, and UPnP support
    Web Server Yes
    Power 12 VDC / 6.67 A DC
    Environmental Storage Temperature: -4 to 140˚F (-20 to 60˚C)
    Language Supported English, Spanish, German, French, Dutch, Slovak, Russian, Korean, Japanese, Chinese, Turkish, Italian, Hungarian, Portuguese, and Polish
    Certifications CE, FCC, MIC, WEEE
    Size 14.25 x 2.5 x 14" (361.95 x 63.5 x 355.6 mm)
    Weight 8.4 lb (3.81 kg) without HDD

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