Milesight 4K H.265 Mini NVR introduces a whole new more smooth operation interface. When direct access to 4K network cameras, it can decode 4K real-time video and recording to provide users with ultra-high-definition video viewing experience.
Hardware components are optimized to meet the demands for convenient and stable hard disk installation. With the 4 HDDs tightly screwed in a bracket and the bracket locked in the slots design, the hard disks are surprisingly simpler to mount and the installation time is greatly minimized.
Milesight 4K H.265 Pro NVR 5000 Series comes with a whole array of ports such as an HDMI port, a VGA port, Alarm I/O and a LAN port, etc. The full set of interfaces provide all necessary features for effective surveillance.
MIlesight 4K H.265 Pro NVR 7000 Series is an ideal for those applications requiring robust decoding and recording performance, for this series can support synchronously decoding 4-CH 4K UHD, 8-CH 4MP and 16-CH 1080P network cameras, and synchronously recording up to 32-CH 5MP high resolution cameras.
Two Ethernet interfaces use different IP addresses and work separately in LAN1 and LAN2. One of them could be chose as default LAN to transmit data.
Two Ethernet interfaces use the same IP address. And they share the bandwidth of the system, which is aimed at increasing the throughput.
Two Ethernet interfaces use the same IP address. One is main, and the other is for backup. If the main Ethernet interface is damaged, it will switch over to the backup one automatically to ensure normal function.
RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks) is a method of combining hard disks as a logical unit to achieve redundancy and greater speed of writing and reading data. There are 4 different RAID levels (0,1,5,10) supported by Milesight 4K H.265 Pro NVR 7000 series, which can be configured according to user’s exact project requirements for data protection and storage space, providing reliability, high availability storage.
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