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Channel Vision 4-Channel Network Video Recorders
The Costa Mesa, Calif.-based manufacturer Channel Vision has augmented its line of products through the addition of three new network video recorders.

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Channel Vision says its new network video recorders can be used for residential and commercial security installations.
October 17, 2012 | by CI Staff

Channel Vision is one of the most aggressive manufacturers in both the consumer electronics and commercial electronics markets and recently it augmented its selection of network video recorders.

The Skinny: Recently the Costa Mesa, Calif.-based company announced its new NVR-4-1000, NVR-4-4000 and NVR-4 network video recorders and it says the products can be configured for a variety of security applications.

The Specs: The NVR-4-1000 provides a 1TB of storage, while the NVR-4-4000 offers 4TBs of storage. Channel Vision designed the third recorder of the product releases, the NVR-4 to serve as a stand alone solution that omits storage. The company says that each model is exapandable up to 6TBs via two by 3TB TB drives, and the products work with the company’s line of IP cameras, as well as other ONVIF compliant IP cameras. Channel Vision adds the network video recorders also include functions such as built-in time and event search functions and H.264 compression.

Solutions: Channel Vision says the 4-channel network video recorders can be installed into residential and commercial video systems.

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