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Main Components of NVR

Difference Between DVR and NVR:

The core functions of NVR (Network Video Recorder) and DVR (Digital Video Recorder) are the same. However, the cameras used in both these systems are different. The raw video data processing is different for NVR and DVR. NVR works with digital formats only while a DVR will convert analog signals to digital signals.

The data processing of a DVR system takes place at the recorder. On the other hand, the NVR system data is processed and encoded before sending it to the recorder. A DVR is connected to an analog CCTV system with the help of a coaxial cable. NVR is connected using Ethernet or Wi-Fi to connect to an IP camera system.

The NVR system comes with an easy to follow NVR Kit Installation Guide. However, for people who have no knowledge about setting up these systems, need to contact service providers to help with NVR Setup.

Components of NVR-

IP Camera:

IP cameras process video data before transmitting them to the recorder. They can also record and send data along with the images. Integrating extra hardware on the IP camera will help in video analytic applications like face recognition or vehicle license plate recognition.

Ethernet Cables:

A DVR system usually uses a coaxial cable. Unlike them, an NVR system is connected to the recorder with the help of Ethernet cables. These Ethernet cables can cover around 100 meters. They can be set up easily as they are thinner and cost less.

Splitters can be eliminated by using a Power over Ethernet connection. A power over Ethernet connection means only one cable is used to support audio, video, and power. Some Ethernet supporting cameras do not have a Power over Ethernet facility.

Recorder:

In the NVR, a recorder is used only to store or view the video footage. All the processing is done at the camera. Due to this, an NVR recorder does not need to do any video processing.

Audio Support:

As Ethernet cables can transmit audio, an NVR system that has a camera with a microphone can easily be used to record audio.

More Storage Capacity:

NVR uploads video footage and data to a cloud-based server as they are connected through the internet. This helps the owner of the system to view footage remotely. Like the DVR system, an NVR system is not stored on the local device.

Data on the cloud is trashed frequently. This means that the NVR system does not allow permanent data storage. In case you want to retrieve footage, later on, you need to attach an SD card or memory storage device to the NVR system.

NVR Security is a major concern with a lot of data being transmitted over the internet. Star Unisafe is a renowned company that can be trusted with NVR Installation. Their prolonged experience will help you choose the right system for your establishment.