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Dahua to exhibit 8-Channel HDCVI 3.0 HDCVR at ASIS 2016

Published on 1 September, 2016
The Dahua DH-XVR71A08H features all channel 1080P/720P real-time recording, HDMI/VGA simultaneous video output
HDCVI 3.0 DVR offers penta-brid support and smart H.264 compression

Dahua Technology a total security solutions provider, will showcase its next-generation 8-Channel HDCVI 3.0 HDCVR at the ASIS International Conference, where visitors are invited to “Discover the Dahua Difference” at booth #2241.

Penta-brid compatibility

Now featuring Penta-brid compatibility with support for the five most popular industry standards—IP, CVI, Analogue, AHD, and TVI—the Dahua DH-XVR71A08H also offers Smart H.264 codex dual-stream video compression to save up to 50 percent bandwidth and storage.

HDCVI 3.0 by Dahua is a technology that breathes new life into aging analogue video surveillance systems, bringing HD quality video and IP functionality to long distance transmissions over coax cable. With simple plug-and-play installation, HDCVI 3.0 offers exceptional value by offering broad compatibility with many technologies.

Streamlined solution

“One of the biggest challenges of converting analogue systems to HD is the variety of platforms found in older coax systems,” said Tim Wang, CEO, Dahua Technology USA. “Dahua’s latest generation HDCVR addresses this problem for a streamlined open-source solution that integrates with the most widely-used technologies on the market.”

The Dahua DH-XVR71A08H features all channel 1080P/720P real-time recording, HDMI/VGA simultaneous video output, 1/4/9 channel synchronous real-time playback, GRID interface & smart search. It supports multi-brand network cameras with ONVIF Version 2.4 conformance, 3D intelligent positioning with Dahua PTZ dome camera, and 1 SATA HDD up to 6TB, 2 USB2.0.

“Dahua is the industry trailblazer in HD analogue technology, so it’s great to announce a flexible, next-generation HDCVI 3.0 HDCVR that will help organisations breathe new life into existing coax systems,” said Wang.

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