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Network Video Recorders

Uniarch offers network video recorders (NVRs) as part of their surveillance product lineup. NVRs are devices specifically designed to receive, process, and store video footage captured by network cameras.

They provide a centralized solution for managing and recording video data from multiple IP cameras.

Uniarch NVRs are typically equipped with various features to support efficient video management and storage. These features may include:

  1. Video Channels: Uniarch NVRs support a certain number of video channels, indicating the maximum number of cameras that can be connected to the device.

  2. Storage Capacity: NVRs come with built-in storage options, such as hard drives, to store recorded video footage. Uniarch NVRs may offer different storage configurations, allowing you to choose the capacity that suits your needs.

  3. Recording and Playback: Uniarch NVRs provide recording capabilities for continuous, scheduled, or event-triggered video recording. They also offer playback functionality to review previously recorded footage.

  4. Network Connectivity: Uniarch NVRs are designed to connect to the local network, enabling communication with network cameras and facilitating remote access to the system.

  5. Remote Access and Management: Uniarch NVRs may provide software or mobile applications that allow users to remotely access and manage the NVR system. This includes live viewing, playback, configuration, and notifications.