QNAP VS-8132Pro+ 8Bay 32Ch NVR

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The VS-8132 Pro+ VioStor NVR (Network Video Recorder) offers maximum 24TB physical storage (using 3TB hard drives) with hot-swappable RAID technology for high data redundancy. The VS-8132 Pro+ is capable of H.264, MxPEG, MPEG-4, and M-JPEG recording from up to 32 IP cameras. The standalone Linux-based NVR can be easily set up in 6 steps by Internet Explorer without extra software required or even without PC via the HD (high definition) HDMI or VGA local display. The 8-drive VS-8132 Pro+ is a 32-channel network surveillance server which supports high-quality real-time video/audio monitoring, megapixel recording (up to 10-megapixel), and playback of multiple IP cameras.

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Description

 

Features:

  • 8-bay, 32TB, 32-channel
  • Dual-core Intel Core™ 3.3GHz CPU
  • Network surveillance by HDMI or VGA local display without PC
  • Max network throughput: 360 Mbps*
  • Real-time monitoring and recording (video/audio) from maximum 32 IP cameras
  • High quality H.264, MPEG-4, M-JPEG, and MxPEG recording (depending on the camera models)
  • Complete recording features
  • Megapixel recording (up to 10-megapixel)
  • PC-less network surveillance by HD (high definition) VGA local display
  • Multi-server monitoring (up to 128 channels)
  • Dual display mode
  • Dynamic E-map
  • Video search by date and time, timeline, and event
  • Intelligent video analytics (IVA)
  • Multi-view playback from multiple NVR servers
  • Real-time digital watermarking for recording
  • Advanced event management
  • Real-time SMS and email alert
  • VMobile surveillance app: Remote monitoring of IP cameras by Android phones, iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Windows PDA phones
  • Trouble-free installation
  • Linux-embedded, highly reliable standalone NVR
  • Advanced RAID with hot-swappable hard drives design
  • Online RAID capacity expansion and online RAID level migration
  • UPS support for 24/7 service
  • Intelligent automatic power on after power recovery