hybrid DVR

hybrid DVR

A digital video recorder (DVR) that in addition to digital video input, accepts signals from analog cameras and converts them to digital. Used in an IP surveillance system, the hybrid DVR can be a stand-alone device or a plug-in card for a PC. See network camera and NVR.
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The new HDRH-44-2U hybrid DVR has been designed to enhance the capability of organizations to achieve high definition environment recording for their security operations.
The company's latest line of hybrid DVR systems has been designed to enhance any security set-up.
The NViS 2140H is a hybrid DVR solution, which can be connected simultaneously to both IP and analogue cameras; a feature which greatly increases integration flexibility.
The NViS 2140H hybrid DVR system is equipped with an Intel[R] Atom D525 Dual Core processor and has an extremely compact design which makes it ideal for space-critical in-vehicle applications.
LG's central management system comprises newly-released IP surveillance cameras, an enhanced hybrid DVR, upgraded access control features and a surveillance monitor to enable preventative monitoring and reliable, effective and efficient surveillance.
Over five years, factoring in reasonable system expansion and integration to keep the technology fresh and to add capabilities and scale, a conservative cost comparison for an IP system and a hybrid DVR system based on 200 cameras, 10 percent system growth per year, and the reasonable expectation of moving or substantially altering the central control room:
The new hybrid DVR accepts both analog and IP-network video, acts as a standalone DVR or as a network video recorder, and includes an internal hard-disk drive or optional external RAID for video and audio archives.