A Digital Video Recorder (DVR) records video to local storage devices, most commonly a hard drive. DVR can record analogue video sources on-site or capture video from a digital source.
DVRs can be connected to analogue cameras via coaxial cables, enabling them to be accessed remotely. DVRs offer enhanced functionality like the ability to search recordings for events, or sort by time and date. DVRs can be configured to automatically replace older footage once storage becomes full and much more.
CCTV DVRs have made it easy for businesses to monitor and record their property, even when away from their premises.
These CCTV surveillance systems called DVRs are a practical and cost-effective way to protect your business. The systems are easy to install, and they require minimal maintenance.
Compared to traditional video security systems, a DVR security system provides high-quality digital image recording, playback, archive, and processing. Additionally, Digital Video Recording can be customized to meet individual preferences and needs, making it more user-friendly. Often, DVR security cameras are set with additional features such as auto-start recording and with night vision. The sensitivity scale of digital recorders, enables users to set the system to document based on a specific level of motion.
Another advantage of DVR security systems is the ability of its security video camera to be controlled remotely with the use of the DVR device. It also allows you to zoom the image, pan or even rotate to have a better field of view.
Some digital video recording security systems have the ability to detect motion and stamping events, therefore, removing much of the management and monitoring from the personnel involved in monitoring events, making them more efficient and well organized.
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