Tuesday, May 22, 2012

The Difference Between DVR and NVR

Digital Video Recorders (DVR)
Traditional DVRs use dedicated point-to-point analog cabling to bring the analog signal from a security camera location to the DVR. The analog video signal from the security camera is a one-directional signal carrier that ends at the DVR station.

GeoVision's DVR series is a PC-based surveillance system that processes, records and stores video and audio data from local (or remote) security cameras. All video, audio, data and I/O devices are combined into one system. GeoVision's DVR is an all-inclusive system and through their unique uniform software platform interface, the system is very versatile and can be a solution to many surveillance requirements. The special features this DVR offers convert into low cost installation and unlimited connectivity options.

Network Video Recorder (NVR)

An NVR is an IP-based video recorder that uses TCP/IP network technology as the mode for transporting information. The digitized video and audio streams of a network IP security camera can be transmitted by connecting its LAN port to the network. So essentially, the NVR can be placed anywhere as long as it has network access. NVR is multi-directional, allowing information to be sent and received from the IP camera. There are several benefits to an NVR system such as higher image quality, remote accessibility, scalability, cost effectiveness, and more flexible storage.  

GeoVision's NVR series records video and audio data over TCP/IP networks. Like the DVR, this system is very comprehensive and can fulfill many surveillance requirements. It stands as one of the most sophisticated IP surveillance software systems on the market. With monitoring features, video analytics, integration with license plate recognition, Point of sales/ATM, Access Control systems, as well as compatibility with a wide range of third party IP cameras, it's easy to see why it is one of the best solutions for industrial, commercial and residential IP surveillance.

If you're interested in a GeoVision NVR or DVR, check our our
GeoVision DVR Surveillance Packages or call one of our specialists at 877-422-1907.

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