Hikvision is proud to introduce its DS-96256NI-E24/H Embedded NVR - a product engineered to provide super-high throughput to accommodate over 120-ch 5mbps video inputs, provides massive storage with up-to 24 built-in HDD interfaces and external storage devices, as well as excellent system stability with redundancy design. 

“We see an ever-increasing demand for High Definition surveillance in large-scale projects. This has had a profound effect upon the NVR market as well. Features such as multi-channel recording, high definition video preview, and massive storage capacity have become paramount. Obviously, system stability is always of the highest importance in big projects, and in this vein, Hikvision's DS-96256NI-E24/H Embedded NVR is designed to meet these critical demands," explained Eric Shen, Product Marketing Manager at Hikvision.

 Camera connection capability

The DS-96256NI-E24/H Embedded NVR has the ability to access 256 network cameras, while supporting an up-to 8 megapixel video input resolution. Additionally, this NVR model supports up-to 6 HDMI output capacity and up-to 24-ch real-time live viewing and video playback at 1080p resolution. By featuring an industry-leading 960Mbps throughput (640Mbps for input / 320Mbps for output), the DS-96256NI-E24/H provides the required bandwidth to simultaneously record multiple HD megapixel cameras and remote viewing capabilities.

Massive storage

The embedded NVR offers up-to 24 built-in hard drive interfaces, with 4Tb of internal storage capacity for each. Besides, the DS-96256NI-E24/H also supports two USB 3.0, one Mini SAS, and one eSATA interface for additional data capability. This is critically important for applications where long time recording is needed.

System stability

Designed with reliability in mind, this NVR employs RAID 0,1,5,10 disk management across all 24 hard drives. Dual systems and a redundancy power supply are supported to improve system reliability and ensure seamless video recording.

Equipped with Alarm I/O and Audio I/O interfaces, this NVR allows users to connect to a variety of external audible & visual alarm devices for additional security control purposes. Furthermore, four 1000Mbps optical fiber interfaces are supported to ensure smooth data transmission.

Hikvision's DS-96256NI-E24/H Super Embedded NVR is specifically designed for large-scale surveillance solutions, such as those found in city surveillance, stadiums, airports, etc. Supported by both Hikvision video management software and Hikvision IP cameras (including the latest introduced 4-line Smart IP cameras and Smart Tracking PTZ dome cameras), this NVR provides a thorough surveillance tool for a variety of vertical solution applications.

Other available models of this Super Embedded NVR range also include:

  • DS-96128NI-E16(/H), supporting up-to 128-ch IP cameras, 16 HDDs, optional LCD touch screen;
  • DS-96128NI-E24(/H), supporting up-to 128-ch IP cameras, 24 HDDs, optional LCD touch screen;
  • DS-96256NI-E16(/H), supporting up-to 256-ch IP cameras, 16 HDDs, optional LCD touch screen;
  • DS-96256NI-E24(/H), supporting up-to 256-ch IP cameras, 24 HDDs, optional LCD touch screen.
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