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Product Profile

 LILIN NVR1400 is a 16-Channel IP standalone Network Video Recorder offering 16TB external storage for recording. Touch screen, mouse, LILIN twist zoom keyboard or IR remote control, easy to navigate menus are provided. Motion detection, weighted and scheduled recording. Audio recording and playback, WS discovery for easy network discovery.

NVR1400 supports USB, network backup, and HDMI output. Full NAV support, web-based remote viewing & iPhone and Android support.The NVR1400 is unique, touch-screen interface takes advantage of highly intuitive smartphone-style features like “pinch-n-zoom,” multi-touch and scrolling, and icon based menus, deliberately avoiding traditional PC-style screens.

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Technical Specification

Make LILIN
Manufacturer LILIN
Model code NVR1400
Recording Mode Real Time / Timelapse / Event
Video inputs 16
Hardware solution Yes
Inbuilt multiplexer Yes
Type of multiplexer functions Recording, Playback, Viewing
Recording system HDD
Storage capacity 24 TB
Secondary storage USB, DVR-RW
Storage rate 400
Resolution 1080P
PTZ control Yes
Audio recording properties RCA × 1, 0.7Vp-p,
Operating system Embedded Linux Kernel 2.6
Voltage 12 V DC
Power consumption (W) 80 W
Weight (kg) 4
Dimensions (mm) 434 × 352 × 63
Operating temperature (°C) 0 ~ 45 C (32 ~ 113 F)
Operating humidity (%) 5 ~ 80
Additional info LILIN NVR1400 is a 16-channel IP standalone network video recorder offering 16TB external storage for recording. Touch screen, mouse, LILIN twist zoom keyboard or IR remote control, easy to navigate menus are provided. Motion detection, weighted and scheduled recording. Audio recording and playback, WS discovery for easy network discovery. NVR1400 supports USB, network backup, and HDMI output. Full NAV support, web-based remote viewing & iPhone and Android support. The NVR1400 is unique, touch-screen interface takes advantage of highly intuitive smartphone-style features like “pinch-n-zoom,” multi-touch and scrolling, and icon based menus, deliberately avoiding traditional PC-style screens.
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