Dahua Further Completes its NVR Portfolio

Times:2013-10-25 Browse:5319

HANGZHOU, China /October 24, 2013 — Dahua further completes its NVR portfolio by introducing three more series, covering two entry-level models and one high-end model.


Professional NVR54-series


The 54-series is designed for medium-sized applications that require relatively high demand on storage capacity, such as telecom, electricity, public security, franchised stores and etc. The series has multiple sub-models, including 8-/16-/32-channels, and PoE versions. Here to take NVR5416/5432-16P as an example.


The NVR5416/5432-16P supports 16/32 channel with 1080p live view, up to 3Mp & 5Mp cameras, featuring 160Mbps for inputs and 128Mbps for outputs, which could satisfy smooth recording at HD-megapixel level for multiple cameras at the same time. It max accommodates 4 SATAs, up to 4TB for each.


Meanwhile, this series supports maximum 128 online users to operate and manage simultaneously. In addition, the “frame by frame playback” is quite convenient for users to pin the moment as key evidences. This NVR also supports Dahua motorized-lens network cameras to realize auto focus/zoom and other basic functions directly on the NVR, facilitating user’s operation.


What worth a special mention is that the NVR is equipped with 16 PoE ports and support IPC UPnP function, which could simplify the installation and configuration.


Entry-level NVR31/21H-series


Following the big success of previous 31/21 series, Dahua adds enhanced versions of the previous 31/21 edition, targeting on small- and medium-sized applications, such as SOHO, convenience stores and retails.

NVR31H-series supports 4-channel@1080p realtime preview and recording while NVR21H-series supports 4-channel@720p. This series adds two-way audio and alarm functions as well as remote control. What’s more, it enjoys two “L” — low consumption and low noise, keeping “environment-friendly” guideline in design and production.


All Dahua NVRs conform to ONVIF protocol and support a wide range of third party cameras.