Digital Video Recorder,Channels 4,500 GB
- Item # 52YU92
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # VT-TTAR410-500
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Catalog Group # J6050
- UNSPSC # 52161545
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- Item Digital Video Recorder
- Type Digital Video Recorder
- Height 2"
- Width 10"
- Depth 10"
- Max. Frames Per Second 120
- Power Consumption 8W
- Voltage Rating 12VDC
- Connection HDMI/VGA/BNC
- Number of Channels 4
- Camera Inputs 4
- Resolution 1080
- Recording Time Variable, Depends On Camera Used
- Hard Drive Size 500 GB
- Video Export Function USB
- Image Type HD-TVI/AHD/960H
- Characteristics 4 Alarm Inputs, 1 Alarm Output
- Dwell Time Settings 5 to 60 sec.
- Recording Modes Manual, Timer, Motion
- Viewing Types EZ Search, Timeline, Event, Archive, Log, Remote, Smartphone
- Format Type H.264, AVI, PAL, NTSC
- Includes Remote Mouse, Power Supply for DVR
- Monitor Capacity HDMI, BNC, VGA
- Standards CE, FCC, ONVIF S
- Operating Temp. 32 Degrees to 104 Degrees F
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