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Dahua introduces its tri-brid HDCVI DVR featuring three signals to embrace interoperability

Published on 21 May, 2014

Dahua Technology, a world-leading manufacturer and supplier of video surveillance products headquartered in Hangzhou, China introduced tri-brid HDCVI DVR (DH-HCVR7000-series), a digital video recorder compatible with three signals—HDCVI, analogue and network — to embrace more opportunities.

Hybrid DVR has been brought to the market as the rising of IP technology, and it turned out to be a good solution on addressing problems of mixed systems where both analogue and network cameras have been applied. Situation alike, as HDCVI technology is spreading with giant leaps — it is deemed a second-to-none alternative for markets — which are willing to get high definition surveillance at lower cost; integrators and installers demand storage device which can mingle the other two signals.

The launch of tri-brid HDCVI DVR is not only a key to multiple signal access, making a momentum to be compatible with legacy cameras as well as megapixel IP signals, but also an improvement in terms of its capability. HCVR7000-series supports 200Mbps network transmission, allowing smooth real-time encoding and playback; and dual-HDMI output is supported as considering it is a storage device accommodating multiple HD signals. Moreover, with P2P technology adopted, a quick QR code scan on the device could realise monitoring at mobil0e phone, sparing trouble for applying dynamic domain name.

“HDCVI is picking up very promisingly in the market,” said Tim Shen, Marketing Director at Dahua Technology. “In order to be more open to other technologies and to usher a wider acceptance by more people, we see tri-brid HDCVI DVR is the driving force to achieve more market share. Even though HDCVI is the in-house innovation but how to keep its interoperability with other technologies is an issue for more people welcoming our solution as people today all want an open system that can easily upgrade and integrate with one and another.”

“The point of releasing is to fulfill the existing HDCVI solution,” Shen continued. “Compared with previous DVRs, DH-HCVR7000-series has been greatly improved in its connectivity and flexibility, and building on this success, we will keep refining our HDCVI to meet customers’ demands.”

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