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If you're looking for a high quality, reasonably priced NVR, look no further. Every NVR we sell is competitively priced and comes with an industry leading 10 YEAR Warranty. We can do that because we sell only quality equipment that has a life expectancy for at least that long.

If you need some help finding the right NVR and IP / Network cameras for your specific situation, give one of our knwledgeable sales consultants a call and let them help you find the equipment that will meet your need. We can help you determine which NVR will be best for your situation.

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Please NOTE: Wherever a FIVE YEAR Warranty is referred to, it is NOW a TEN YEAR WARRANTY. 


Training Videos for HIKVISION Embeded/Standalone Security DVR Recorders

We offer these training videos to help you better understand some basic functions of your security DVR recorder and the CMS software. Should you need more help, please check out our Technical Support page.

I Pad, I Phone, Droid & Other Smart Phone/Tablet Apps for both DVR, HD-DVR & NVR by Hikvision

Using the Web Interface


IPC Camera Interface

The DVR/NVR Console


What is Power over Ethernet?

Power over Ethernet (PoE) is the new technology for wired Ethernet LANs (local area networks) that allows the electrical current necessary for the operation of each device to be carried by the data cables rather than by power cords. Doing so minimizes the number of wires that must be strung in order to install the network. The result is lower cost, less downtime, easier maintenance, and greater installation flexibility than with traditional wiring.

For PoE to work, the electrical current must go into the data cable at the power-supply end, and come out at the device end, in such a way that the current is kept separate from the data signal so that neither interferes with the other. The current enters the cable by means of a component called an injector. If the device at the other end of the cable is PoE compatible, then that device will function properly without modification. If the device is not PoE compatible, then a component called a picker or tap must be installed to remove the current from the cable. This "picked-off" current is routed to the power jack.

To minimize the possibility of damage to equipment in the event of a malfunction, the more sophisticated PoE systems employ fault protection. This feature shuts off the power supply if excessive current or a short circuit is detected.

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