DVR1600IR - 16 Camera Pentaplex H.264 DVR Color Infrared System
Compatible with iOS, Android and other mobile devices.See specifications for more details.
The Optiview VR Series DVR is in a class all its own. The VR model offers the latest H.264 hardware compression, real time recording up to 64 cameras, 32 audio inputs, D1 resolution up to 32 cameras, and IP camera and video server support. These advanced features, combined with an easy to use graphical user interface (GUI), makes the VR Series one of the best DVRs available on the market today.
When playing back recorded video on the DVR you can view all of the cameras at once. However, when playing back remotely using the client software or a web browser, you can view up to 4 cameras at a time (4-part partition). You can view any of the available cameras but only 4 at a time.
- 16 Camera PC-Based Pentaplex H.264 DVR with DVD-RW Backup (DVR1600-1000)
- 16 - Infrared Bullet Cameras (DIRB420)
- 16 - 65ft. Plug & Play Cables (DCAB65)
- 16 - 12V DC Power Supplies (PWR1A)
- 16 channel PC based DVR
- 1 terabyte HDD
- Windows 7 (32 bit)
- DVD±RW Optical Drive
- Keyboard & mouse
- Video and audio pigtails
- Digital copy of user's manual
- Power cord
- Real-time recording and playback
- Hybrid IP Support
- Upgradable to 64 channels
- Full audio every channel (up to 32 channels)
- D1 Supported
- Up to 42 terabytes of storage (with TERASERVER)
- CMS manages up to 512 cameras
At the maximum frame rate (30 fps) this DVR will use approximately 5 to 7 gigabytes of hard drive space per camera, per day. Therefore, on a 500 gig hard drive with all 8 cameras hooked up you can store about 9 to 12 days of recorded video. The use of record time scheduling and motion detection can extend the recording capacity up to twice this amount. You may also tune down the record frame rate to increase your recording capacity (however this may affect video picture quality). Once the hard drive is full the unit will start recording over the oldest video.
You may upgrade the HDD storage on this machine up to 6000 gigabytes (6 terabytes).
Please keep in mind that actual storage capacity varies greatly based on many factors including the resolution and imaging chip size of each camera, the amount of motion in the field of view, and of course the selected DVR features and settings such as the frame rate, scheduling, and motion detection. Recording audio will also use up storage space (approx 691mb per audio input per day).
Be careful when comparing our storage capacity to other DVRs. Often times other manufacturers will claim that their DVR will allow you to store months of video. Be aware that they may be assuming that the frame rate is turned all the way down to one frame per second which is not a practical setting to use.DVR1600: Front Open DVR1600: Front View DVR1600: Rear View DVR1600: with pigtails DVR1600: Top View DVR1600: Live View (4 Camera) DVR1600: Recording Schedule DVR1600: PTZ Screen (4 Camera) DIRB420 IR Bullet Camera DCAB65: 65ft. Plug & Play Cables DPWR1A: 12V DC Power Supply VR Series Manuals & Software
- Support Page
- iPhone Mobile Client
- Android Mobile Client
- View live demo of VR Series remote client