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QV-32PRO:  Supports 32 Cameras and 16 Audio Inputs
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 Specifications         Startup Manual         Full Manual         More Images / Screen Shots      *** 3 Year Warranty ***

 QV-32PRO    Choose Storage Options for 32 Channel System:       DVD Burner Only            2TB HDD (+$165.00)       4TB HDD (+$330.00)
      8TB HDD (+$660.00)       12TB HDD (+$990.00)     16TB HDD (No Burner) (+$1,285.00)

        Base System Price (DVD Burner Only): $1,249.00              

The QV-32PRO digital video recorder is the ultimate in digital surveillance technology. The DVR's very high performance, feature-rich, and ease of use functionality combine to create one of the best standalone systems on the market today.
The QV-32PRO is an enterprise class digital video recorder utilizing the latest H.264 hardware compression hardware. The QV-32PRO can push real-time video and audio recording at a full 4CIF resolution on every channel. At least 2CIF is required to take full advantage of today's high resolution cameras.

The ease of use of this DVR is amazing. Simply plug it in and it begins recording. Mouse control provides very simple point-and-click settings and control. In addition, the unit also includes an IR remote. Use the jog and shuttle control to easily fast forward, rewind and advance frame-by-frame. You can playback one, two, three, four or 16 channels simultaneously directly off the unit and up to 4 channels simulaneously on the web interface or client software.

Remote viewing, playback, configuration, upgrade, reboot, and backup are all standard on the
QV-32PRO. The embedded web server enables users to perform all these remote functions via an Internet Explorer web browser, eliminating the need to install software. Client software is is also included for central monitoring and alerts for multiple QV-32PRO units. Dual streaming configurations are also a standard feature allowing high resolution recording on a unit locally, while lower bit rates and resolutions are used for remote viewing, conserving network bandwidth and increasing remote viewing quality and performance. Two-way talk & audio over the Internet is also standard.

There are too many features to lost, but some of the following include: HDMI, VGA, and Composite simulatenous main monitor output, Video Matrix, 10 simultaneous network users, RAID storage, FTP record/backup, email alerts, DDNS support, 3d intelligent PTZ control, power failure auto-recovery, DVD-RW backup, user management and much more.

Full featured 4th generation digital surveillance technology utilizing a Linux embedded OS, embedded webserver, and advanced DSPs bring together the most powerful network-based digital recorder available without sacrificing usability.

  Hardware & Performance
     H.264 Hardware Compression  Why Important?
     Pentaplex - Live / Playback / Record / Backup / Remote Access
     Embedded Linux RTOS (real-time operating system) for Reliability
     Can simultaneously view 32 channels of live video
     Can record 30fps / D1(4CIF) on every camera
     True HDTV, Fully HDCP Compliant 1080p High Definition Output through HDMI Port.
     4 X Simultaneous Video Outputs  Learn More
     VGA Monitor Output  Why Important?
     Spot Monitor Out with Video Matrix Function  Learn More
     Internal DVD-RW Burner (may be replaced by 2 additional hard drives, for a total of 8)
     Resolution & Frame Rate for Recorded Video can be set on a Camera by Camera Basis
     Synched Audio on All Channels
     VOIP (Voice Over IP)--For Two-Way Voice Conversations between DVR Location and Remote User
     2 x USB 2.0 Port: 1 for Mouse + 1 for External HDD or Thumb Drive Backup
     Support For FAST eSATA External Hard Drives
     6 SATA Hard Drives Bays, even with DVD-RW Installed
     No Hard Drive Size Limitation--YES! New SATA Hard Drives of 2TB and Larger are Supported.
     RAID 1 for Redundant Recording to Separate HDDs for Mission Critical Applications
  Versatility and Ease of Use
     Jog/Shuttle Control - For fast forward/rewind and frame-by-frame playback
     Each Channel can be Config. Independently for Frame Rate, Frame Size, and Compression Level!
     Graphical User Interface with On-Screen Menu Tips
     System Defaults - Power it on and it records 24/7, motion detect area defaults to entire scene.
     Hard Drives are Plug 'N Play; No Formatting Required, Saving Configuration Time
     RS-485 (for PTZ camera) & Alarm Connections are Screw Terminals for Quick Setup
     1, 4, 8, 16 Camera Simultaneous Playback  Why Important?
     Advanced User Management  Learn More
     Easy Backup Methods: USB devices, CD-RW / DVD-RW, or to another computer over the network
     Easy Conversion of Video Clips to .AVI file format  Why Important?
     Playback downloaded video clips with Windows Media Player
     Watermark Verification of Video to Ensure Authenticity
     Powerful & Flexible Record Settings: Motion Detect, Schedule, Alarm Sensor, or Continuous
     Robust Pre & Post Alarm Recording Capability  Why Important?
     HDD Hibernation--Inactive Drives Power Down, Saving Energy and Extending Hard Disk Life
     Advanced Email Alerts  Cool Feature Alert  FREE Email Account for SMTP Relays
     Power Failure Auto-Recovery--Recording and Detection resumes after recovering
    from a power failure.
     Scheduled Auto-Restart and Auto-File Deletion
     Digital Zoom during network playback
     Video Loss Alerts
     Tampering Alerts--For When A Camera is Masked or Covered
     Configurable Live Camera Sequencing
     Multi-Protocol PTZ Support via RS-485
     Control PTZ w/ Mouse!--Drag mouse on screen for movement; Use mouse scroll wheel for zooming.
     PTZ Triggering on Motion Detection or Alarms  Cool Feature Alert
     Extensive System Status Reporting: Info about online users, live recording bit rates per camera,
    available hard disk space, the viewing activity and system logs, etc.
     10/100 Network Interface (Standard Ethernet Connection)
     Complete remote access including live view, playback, configuration, upgrade, reboot, system status,
    and backup via Internet Explorer or supplied Central Monitoring Software (called "PSS")
     Powerful, Feature-Rich Central Monitoring Software can view 36 cameras
    at once from multiple DVRs and Locations.
     Low Bandwidth Remote Viewing Supported
     DDNS via DynDns.org or No-IP.com (works with FREE Dynamic Domain Name Service providers)
     FTP (file transfer protocol) for Off-Site Redundant Recordings. Upon motion detection, alerts, or
    schedule, unit can simultaneously record to an off-site FTP server to prevent data loss in the case
    of DVR theft, destruction, or HDD failure.
     Up to 10 users can simultaneously view all cameras of the DVR via the network or remote locations.
     IP Address Filtering and Connection Blocking
     IP Connection Log
     NTP - Network Time Protocol, allows the DVR to synch with FREE internet time servers.
     Record Locally AND to a Remotely Connected PC
     Powerful Network Feature Gives You The Power To Control Bandwidth

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