We plan and implement DVRs and NVRs with the cameras that you need to meet your security and monitoring needs. DVRs are limited by the cabling and supporting hardware to drive the cameras. NVRs are practically limitless in the number of cameras that they can support and the distance that the cameras can be from the NVR. Let us help you implement your NVR or DVR to provide peace of mind because nothing will happen without you seeing it after implementation.
An NVR is a Network Video Recorder. This means that it is designed to work with IP connected cameras and usually will have a number of Poe (Power over Ethernet) connections builtin.
A DVR is a Digital Video Recorder. This means that it is designed to work with coaxial cabled cameras and sometimes IP connected cameras depending on the model.
Camera options range from 1MP to 4MP in bullet or dome style. They can be fixed position or PTZ (Pan Tilt and Zoom). If you want to be able to read a license plate on a vehicle, you should go with higher quality cameras. If you want to be able to follow a person or a vehicle as it moves, you should consider a PTZ camera.