4-Channel 1080p Tribrid DVR with Pre-Installed 2 TB HDD / 4 x 1080p (2.1MP) Cameras / Easy Smartphone & Web-browser Access (MAC & PC) / VGA & HDMI Output / Backup to External Storage via USB This system utilizes HDCVI’s closed-circuit design with analog cameras while also connecting with your IP cameras (up to two).
Watch things happen as they happen: receive real-time, highly reliable HD video without loss or delay, transmitted at ultra-long wireless range. HDCVI provides a highly secure closed network as well as a painless and non-complex plug-and-play setup process.
A new cornerstone in the consumer market for private security technologies and an unsurpassed value with Amcrest’s 1 Year US Warranty, each system is further enhanced by DIY installation and the plethora of features outlined below. A monitor or television is recommended for the initial setup.
Amcrest Tribrids offer the advantage of supporting HD Over Analog side by side with IP cameras. These systems bring crisp 1920x1080p resolution to the closed-circuit platform while allowing you to take advantage of existing CCTV/coaxial infrastructure.
Includes 4 heavy-duty metal bullet cameras capable of 1280 x 720p video. All our HDCVI cameras feature a 3.6mm lens and 75 Degree viewing angle. View and record with remote viewing on standard web browsers PC/MAC, iPhone, iPad and Android devices.
Plug & Play setup: Scan QR Code on DVR from “Amcrest View” App to access live viewing and playback. Instead of having multiple devices accessible through the network, the DVR Functions as the single access point for all cameras connected over analog.
USB backup feature for peace of mind, IP66 heavy-duty metal indoor/outdoor weatherproof cameras, and powerful IR-LED night vision. All systems CE & FCC certified with UL compliant power supplies.
Pre-installed 2 TB hard-drive records continuously for 360 hours on 8 channels in 1080p @ 30fps, or much longer (30-50 days) using motion detection or scheduled recording.
Uncompressed latency-free analog transmission ensures you see things as they happen