CCTV/Live Cameras(4 DVR Channel/4 Cameras) for Home, School, Creche, Shop, Offices, Farm + Installation
Camera Channels – NVRs (Network Video Recorders) and DVRs (Digital Video Recorders) come in various sizes. Typically you will see these systems in 4, 8, 16 and 32 channel (camera) systems. Having 16 channels will allow you to have 16 cameras on one system. This means you can record 16 cameras on one system.
These channels are indicative of how many cameras may be installed into the system at a set time. For example, a 4 channel system will allow up to 4 cameras, a 8 channel system will allow up to 8 cameras, and a 16 channel system will allow up to 16 cameras
8 channel security camera system does NOT necessarily come with 8 cameras. Actually, the 8 channel CCTV system means it has 8 ports instead of 8 cameras. And therefore, you have flexible options to suit your various monitoring needs
CCTV/Live Cameras(4DVR/4Camera Package)Not every video recorder will work with every camera. DVRs require analog cameras, while NVRs use IP cameras, but the compatibility question extends beyond that distinction. Some NVR systems, as I said, are compatible with the IP cameras only from certain manufacturers.
NVR stands for Network Video Recorder. NVR systems record and store video footage directly from the network it lives on. These systems work with an advanced type of camera, called IP cameras.
A TV can actually be used as a CCTV Monitor as long as the camera output and the TV input match. For example, the camera can provide an HDMI output and the TV is capable of accepting an HDMI input, so they can be easily utilized together.
Security cameras also known as CCTV cameras, are used to convey signals from one particular place to a definite monitor situated at a distance place, whereas surveillance cameras also known as automatic number plate recognition system, normally work on IP networks which link the camera from the remote area to the