Uniview Network Video Recorders

Our range of Uniview (UNV) Network Video Recorders (NVRs) provide the most reliable surveillance system available on the market today. From 1-128 channels, the ONVIF compatible PoE recorders allow for easy installation and are all Plug & Play with all UNV IP CCTV cameras. So, if you need a CCTV NVR you can trust you’ve come to the right place.
 
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  • 4ch Video/Audio 6MP Recording
  • Power over Ethernet on each port
  • 6MP Recording Resolution
  • 1 HDD bay - up to 6TB storage
  • Industry leading 30W per port
  • Fully featured mobile app - EZView
  • ONVIF compatibility
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  • 4ch Video/Audio 4K Recording
  • Power over Ethernet on each port
  • UNV AI Smart Analytics
  • 4K, 1080p & VGA outputs
  • 1 HDD bay - up to 10TB storage
  • Industry leading 13.5W per port
  • Fully featured mobile app - EZView
  • ONVIF compatibility
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  • 8ch Video/Audio 8MP Recording
  • Power over Ethernet on each port
  • 8MP Recording Resolution
  • 1 HDD bay - up to 10TB storage
  • Industry leading 30W per port
  • Fully featured mobile app - EZView
  • ONVIF compatibility
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  • 8ch Video/Audio 4K Recording
  • Power over Ethernet on each port
  • UNV AI Smart Analytics
  • 4K, 1080p & VGA outputs
  • 1 HDD bay - up to 10TB storage
  • Industry leading 13.5W per port
  • Fully featured mobile app - EZView
  • ONVIF compatibility
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  • 16ch Video/Audio 4K Recording
  • Power over Ethernet on each port
  • UNV AI Smart Analytics
  • 4K, 1080p & VGA outputs
  • 2 HDD bays - up to 10TB per HDD
  • Industry leading 30W per port
  • Fully featured mobile app - EZView
  • ONVIF compatibility
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  • 32ch Video/Audio 4K Recording
  • Power over Ethernet on 16 ports
  • UNV AI Smart Analytics
  • 4K, 1080p & VGA outputs
  • 4 HDD bays - up to 10TB per HDD
  • Industry leading 30W per port
  • Fully featured mobile app - EZView
  • ONVIF compatibility
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  • 16ch Video/Audio 4K Recording
  • Power over Ethernet on each port
  • UNV AI Smart Analytics
  • 4K, 1080p & VGA outputs
  • 4 HDD bays - up to 10TB per HDD
  • Industry leading 30W per port
  • Fully featured mobile app - EZView
  • ONVIF compatibility
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  • 32ch Video/Audio 4K Recording
  • Non PoE model
  • UNV AI Smart Analytics
  • Dual Ethernet ports
  • 4K, 1080p & VGA outputs
  • 8 HDD bays - up to 10TB per HDD
  • Incoming Bandwidth: 320Mbps
  • Outgoing Bandwidth: 320Mbps
  • Fully featured mobile app - EZView
  • ONVIF compatibility
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  • 64ch Video/Audio 4K Recording
  • Non PoE model
  • UNV AI Smart Analytics
  • Dual Ethernet ports
  • 4K, 1080p & VGA outputs
  • 8 HDD bays - up to 10TB per HDD
  • Incoming Bandwidth: 320Mbps
  • Outgoing Bandwidth: 320Mbps
  • Fully featured mobile app - EZView
  • ONVIF compatibility
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  • 128ch Video/Audio 4K Recording
  • Non PoE model
  • Redundant power supply
  • RAID 1/5
  • 4 X Ethernet ports
  • 16 HDD bays - up to 10TB per HDD
  • Accurate retrieval for instant playback
  • Incoming Bandwidth: 512Mbps
  • Fully featured mobile app - EZView
  • ONVIF compatibility
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What is an NVR?


An NVR or Network Video Recorder is a device designed to store the footage recording from IP Cameras, it’s comparable to the older formatted DVR’s in this manner (digital video recorder) which was used for older coaxial systems.

What are the benefits of an NVR system?



NVRs offer far more flexibility and better coverage than their predecessors and can be used to add in smart features to compatible cameras.

These features include two-way audio, the ability to identify faces, licence plates and AI. This can go on to set specific trigger areas for coverage and enabling your system to see the difference between animals, humans, vehicles etc.

They also have the ability to record the highest quality video formats, something that their predecessors lacked.

Lasty there’s the fact that these systems are substantially easier to wire up, allowing for PoE cameras and WiFi cameras. PoE camera’s being powered over the one ethernet cable that connects them to the NVR, unlike traditional systems where you would need both a power cable and a coaxial connection.

The NVR systems are also more flexible in their positioning through signal boosters etc, whereas the older coaxial systems have issues when the cable length exceeds 300ft.