DVR - Prama India

With the increase in modern technology, people today are opting for systems that are feasible for them and help eases their work. A DVR systems record and stores video footage digitally, unlike a traditional analog surveillance camera. It is a reliable and cost-effective surveillance camera system, that supports higher quality video and a lower level of maintenance. A DVR or Digital Video Recorder is a device that transforms the signals from an analog camera into a viewable digital format. It allows recording of the security footage that a CCTV security camera captures, allowing one to watch it later. Today, DVR systems are capable of recording footage from up to 32 CCTV security cameras all at once, making them a ‘multichannel recording’.

How do Digital Video Recorder Security Systems work?

A DVR system is connected to analog cameras via coaxial cables and has internal hard drives and encoding software. With these cameras, all footage can be processed and stored locally. Here’s how these systems work:
  • Direct Connection to Cameras: Every camera should be connected individuallyo the DVR device usingcoaxialcables, as they cannot operate wirelessly.
  • Works on a Closed Circuit: A DVR camera system consists of a set of closed-circuit cameras that are all connected to a Digital Video Recorder device or a computer.
  • Catches Analog Pictures: People upgrade their existing analog closed-circuit television systems with digital DVR systems.
  • Processes Video Data at the Recorder: With the use of an encoder, a DVR system ensures the images captured by a camera are recorded and sent to the chosen storage destination.
  • Stores Footage on a Hard Drive: A DVR system depends totally on on-premises data storage, they must be configured to a recorder.

Range of DVR Available

  • 4 channel DVR

    A four-channel DVR will have four different video inputs and will support the connection of up to four security cameras and have the functionality to be able to display all the images on one screen. They are ideally suitable for small business applications and residential settings with a limited number of cameras and reliable local storage for backup and evidence purposes.
  • 8 channel DVR

    The eight-channel system means it has 8 ports instead of 8 cameras, and flexible options to suit your various monitoring needs.  Today, most OEMs provide penta-brid DVR that supports multiple types of inputs like analog, TVI, CVI, and many more.
  • A 16-channel DVR

    will allow you to have 16 cameras on one system and can record 16 cameras on one system. The number of cameras has to be equal to or less than that supported by DVR. For instance, a 16ch DVR will record a max of 16 CCTV cameras.

Why Buy Prama India CCTV DVR

Prama India has a wide range of security systems, the DVR systems for security cameras come with one of the best features, such as night vision, motion detection, and motion detection alerts, the ability to use your own surveillance hard drive, long recording times, and a great user interface. Along with the other features, app integration is the best feature that allows you to watch recorded footage or live footage anytime, anywhere on mobile app and normal PC. Prama India is known as the biggest video surveillance brand, embedding an open platform program on its network cameras.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Do Wi-Fi cameras need DVR?

    A DVR or NVR is specially designed to store the security camera footage. But, without DVRs, IP cameras can still work independently as standalone surveillance devices, just like the security cameras with SD cards. One can also connect an IP camera to the phone, computer, laptop, or TV without a DVR/NVR to stream a live feedand record in SD card.
  2. What is the price of a CCTV DVR?

    A CCTV Digital Video Recorder range starts from Rs. 2000 and can go up to a high price according to the requirement. A DVR surveillance has its own benefits, but as technology evolves, the need for greater storage capacity, big-data analysis, and quicker and remote access to footage will also continue to increase.
  3. How many types of DVR are there?

    There are two types of DVRs available in the market:
    • PC-based DVR System This is a regular computer with a DVR capture card installed. The DVR card along with the software changes a basic computer into a fully functioning DVR system. The capture card receives video from the camera and the software delivers all the basic functions of a regular DVR like compressing, recording, and playing back video. The software may also provide advanced features like video analytics, configurable user access control, and integration with other systems like alarms and point of sale.However, this system is getting obsolete now due to dependency on PC system & less storage stability as compared to standalone DVR.
    • Standalone DVR System This is a simple embedded system specially designed for recording and viewing the video. It runs an operating system programmed inside flash memory that uses a hard disk for storing video and is controlled using either a mouse or remote control. Standalone DVRs are easy to install and operate, with the help of the integrated function.
    • Which DVR is best? With the need of advanced technology & future scalability, it’s always advisable to opt for DVR with different inputs capability and flexible storage options. DVR with higher storage capacity & capacity to add IP camera are first priority. Other than that user may consider data security, mobile app streaming, and ease to install factors while choosing best DVR system.

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2 4-ch 1080p DVR
3 PT-DR1A04U-K1
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DVR – Prama India

With the increase in modern technology, people today are opting for systems that are feasible for them and help eases their work. A DVR systems record and stores video footage digitally, unlike a traditional analog surveillance camera. It is a reliable and cost-effective surveillance camera system, that supports higher quality video and a lower level of maintenance. A DVR or Digital Video Recorder is a device that transforms the signals from an analog camera into a viewable digital format. It allows recording of the security footage that a CCTV security camera captures, allowing one to watch it later. Today, DVR systems are capable of recording footage from up to 32 CCTV security cameras all at once, making them a ‘multichannel recording’.

How do Digital Video Recorder Security Systems work?

A DVR system is connected to analog cameras via coaxial cables and has internal hard drives and encoding software. With these cameras, all footage can be processed and stored locally. Here’s how these systems work:

  • Direct Connection to Cameras: Every camera should be connected individuallyo the DVR device usingcoaxialcables, as they cannot operate wirelessly.
  • Works on a Closed Circuit: A DVR camera system consists of a set of closed-circuit cameras that are all connected to a Digital Video Recorder device or a computer.
  • Catches Analog Pictures: People upgrade their existing analog closed-circuit television systems with digital DVR systems.
  • Processes Video Data at the Recorder: With the use of an encoder, a DVR system ensures the images captured by a camera are recorded and sent to the chosen storage destination.
  • Stores Footage on a Hard Drive: A DVR system depends totally on on-premises data storage, they must be configured to a recorder.

Range of DVR Available

  • 4 channel DVR

    A four-channel DVR will have four different video inputs and will support the connection of up to four security cameras and have the functionality to be able to display all the images on one screen. They are ideally suitable for small business applications and residential settings with a limited number of cameras and reliable local storage for backup and evidence purposes.

  • 8 channel DVR

    The eight-channel system means it has 8 ports instead of 8 cameras, and flexible options to suit your various monitoring needs.  Today, most OEMs provide penta-brid DVR that supports multiple types of inputs like analog, TVI, CVI, and many more.

  • A 16-channel DVR

    will allow you to have 16 cameras on one system and can record 16 cameras on one system. The number of cameras has to be equal to or less than that supported by DVR. For instance, a 16ch DVR will record a max of 16 CCTV cameras.

Why Buy Prama India CCTV DVR

Prama India has a wide range of security systems, the DVR systems for security cameras come with one of the best features, such as night vision, motion detection, and motion detection alerts, the ability to use your own surveillance hard drive, long recording times, and a great user interface. Along with the other features, app integration is the best feature that allows you to watch recorded footage or live footage anytime, anywhere on mobile app and normal PC. Prama India is known as the biggest video surveillance brand, embedding an open platform program on its network cameras.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Do Wi-Fi cameras need DVR?

    A DVR or NVR is specially designed to store the security camera footage. But, without DVRs, IP cameras can still work independently as standalone surveillance devices, just like the security cameras with SD cards. One can also connect an IP camera to the phone, computer, laptop, or TV without a DVR/NVR to stream a live feedand record in SD card.

  2. What is the price of a CCTV DVR?

    A CCTV Digital Video Recorder range starts from Rs. 2000 and can go up to a high price according to the requirement. A DVR surveillance has its own benefits, but as technology evolves, the need for greater storage capacity, big-data analysis, and quicker and remote access to footage will also continue to increase.

  3. How many types of DVR are there?

    There are two types of DVRs available in the market:

    • PC-based DVR System This is a regular computer with a DVR capture card installed. The DVR card along with the software changes a basic computer into a fully functioning DVR system. The capture card receives video from the camera and the software delivers all the basic functions of a regular DVR like compressing, recording, and playing back video. The software may also provide advanced features like video analytics, configurable user access control, and integration with other systems like alarms and point of sale.However, this system is getting obsolete now due to dependency on PC system & less storage stability as compared to standalone DVR.
    • Standalone DVR System This is a simple embedded system specially designed for recording and viewing the video. It runs an operating system programmed inside flash memory that uses a hard disk for storing video and is controlled using either a mouse or remote control. Standalone DVRs are easy to install and operate, with the help of the integrated function.
    • Which DVR is best?
      With the need of advanced technology & future scalability, it’s always advisable to opt for DVR with different inputs capability and flexible storage options. DVR with higher storage capacity & capacity to add IP camera are first priority. Other than that user may consider data security, mobile app streaming, and ease to install factors while choosing best DVR system.

List of Top HDTVI DVR

1 PT-DR1A04G-K1
2 4-ch 1080p DVR
3 PT-DR1A04U-K1
4 PT-DR1A08G-K1
5 PT-DR1A16G-K1
6 PT-DRAS1A16Q-K1