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The Professional Series 32 Camera 4K NVR with PoE is an economical choice for home or professional consumers looking for an H.265 and H.264 NVR that will support a range of resolutions for IP cameras, including the popular 4MP cameras and 4K security cameras. It comes with 16 built-in PoE+ ports to get you started, and you can add more cameras using an additional PoE+ switch. The built-in PoE ports offer plug and play operation without any need for ip address configuration on the cameras, which is great for non-technical users.

This NVR is a mid level recorder as it offers 4 SATA ports for up to 24TB of video retention, and a total of 200Mbps encoding bit rate. This is plenty of bandwidth as it will allow multiple 4K cameras to be recorded in realtime 30fps. If you are looking for more storage space, please consider the Professional 32 Channel 4K NVR with 16 PoE and 8 SATA ports. If you require more encoding power and hard drive storage space, then we suggest the Enterprise Series 32 Channel NVR with 8 SATA ports that offers a 320Mbps of video encoding bandwidth and RAID Hard Drive Mirroring.

As with all of our NVR recorders, you can set recording resolution, frame rate (fps), and encoding bit rate individually for each camera so you can have a mix of cameras supporting different resolutions. As all of our 4K video recorders, this unit has 1 HDMI output that supports 4K monitors or TVs so that cameras can be viewed in detail. There is an additional VGA output for displaying identical output to a secondary monitor at resolutions up to 1080P.

This unit is a sleek 1.5U rackmountable case with USB ports in the front and back for attaching a mouse or external storage like a flash drive for backup or our external DVR hard drive expander that will let you add up to eight more hard drives for video recording. It has all the bells and whistles that even a PC based NVR cannot provide.

Video back-up is easy using the USB 3.0 ports to export video to a flash drive. You can even conduct live video recording to a FTP server such as a NAS, or pair to another NVR for backup video retention. This way, if your main NVR is ever damaged or destroyed, your video footage will still be protected by being saved in another location on another device.

You can connect this and our other DVR recorders to motion sensors using the alarm input connections on the back, and even attach devices like PA speakers, sirens and strobe lights to its alarm inputs. This IP camera video recorder comes equipped with 16 alarm input connections and 4 relay outputs. You most likely will not need all of them, but it's good to know they are available.

This NVR also offers remote access through its built-in web server that you can log on to using a web browser, mobile device, or the included Free Central Monitoring Software. After little configuration you can receive up-to-date alerts based off of video based motion detection, optional alarm triggers, or video loss. We also include FREE iPhone iPad and Android Apps so your security camera system is accessible from anywhere in the world.


  • Professional Series 32 Channel 4K NVR
  • Real Time Viewing & Recording
  • H.265 / H.264 Video Encoding
  • H.265 encoding provides up to 50% savings in bandwidth when used with a H.265 IP camera
  • Total 200Mbps encoding bandwidth
  • Supports 8MP, 6MP, 5MP, 4MP, 3MP, 1080P, 720P resolution cameras
  • Mix & match IP camera resolutions
  • IP Search Function allows easy detection of compatible CCTV Camera World IP cameras
  • Compatible with 3rd party ONVIF IP cameras
  • Built-in 16 PoE+ Ports for plug & play operation, 150W Total PoE+ Power Output
  • Remotely playback and download recorded video
  • Multiple recording methods: calendar based, motion detection, alarm triggered, manual
  • Intelligent video analytics when used with cameras with Smart Detection features:
    • Tripwire, Intrusion, Abandoned/Missing Object, Scene Change, Face Detection, People Counting, Heat Map
  • Get motion alerts without any monthly charges
  • Remotely backup video to FTP, NAS, windows computer, or mirror to another NVR
  • Video backup to USB drive, or to computer over the network
  • Multiple Monitor Outputs
    • HDMI audio/video output for 4K Output to a TV or Monitor
    • VGA Video Output
  • Up to 16 Channel Grid Display Via HDMI
    • 2 Channels at 4K
    • 4 Channels at 4MP 2K
    • 8 Channels at 1080P
  • 32 Channel Live View / Playback on Free Computer Client Software
  • Free CMS Software for remote viewing via Windows or Mac PC
  • 4 SATA ports, 24TB total capacity
  • (1) Gigabit RJ45 Network Port for uplink to your network
  • Allows up to 20 simultaneous users to view or playback video remotely
  • Rackmountable 1.5U Case
  • ONVIF 2.4 Compliant

What's Included?

  • (1) 32 Channel 4K PoE+ NVR
  • (1) Power Cord
  • (1) Mouse
  • (1) Rackmount Ears


Main Processor Quad-core embedded processor
Operating System Embedded LINUX
Video & Audio
IP Camera Input 32 channel (16 PoE+ & 16 over LAN)
Audio Input32 channel over IP, camera dependent
Two-way Talk 1channel Input, 1channel Output, RCA
Interface1 HDMI 4K, 1 VGA
Resolution 3840×2160, 1920×1080, 1280×1024, 1280×720, 1024×768
Display Split 1/4/8/9/16
OSD Camera title, Time, Video loss, Camera lock, Motion detection, Recording
Fisheye Display No Dewarp
CompressionH.265, H.264, H.264H, H.264B, MJPEG
Resolution8MP, 6MP, 5MP, 4MP, 3MP, 1080P, 1.3MP, 720P
Record Rate200 Mbps
Bit Rate 16kbps - 20Mbps Per Camera
Record Mode Manual, Schedule (Regular, Continuous), Alarm, Motion Detection, Tampering, Video Loss, Stop, Smart Detect (Tripwire, Intrusion, Abandoned/Missing Object, Scene Change, Face Detection, People Counting, Heat Map)
Record Interval 1-120 min (default: 60 min), Pre-record: 1-30 sec, Post-record: 10-300 sec
Video Detection & Alarm
Trigger Events Recording, PTZ, Tour, Alarm out, Video Push, Email, FTP, Snapshot, Buzzer & Screen tips
Video Detection Motion Detection, MD Zones: 396 (22×18), Video Loss & Camera Blank
Alarm Input 16 channel
Relay Output 4 channel
Playback & Backup
Sync Playback 1/4/8/16
Search Mode Time/Date, Alarm, MD & Exact search (accurate to second), Smart search
Playback Function Play, Pause, Stop, Rewind, Fast play, Slow play, Next file, Previous file, Next camera, Previous camera, Full screen, Repeat, Shuffle, Backup selection, Digital zoom
Backup Mode USB Drive, Network
Ethernet 1 RJ-45 port (Gigabit Port)
PoE 16 PoE+ ports (IEEE802.3at/af)
Network Function HTTP, TCP/IP, IPv4/IPv6, UPnP, RTSP, UDP, SMTP, NTP, DHCP, DNS, IP Filter, PPPoE, DDNS, FTP, Alarm Server, IP Search (Support Avalonix IP camera, DVR, NVR and etc.)
Max. User Access 128 users
Smart Phone iPhone, iPad, Android
Internal HDD 4 SATA III ports, 6 TB each, Total 24TB
Auxiliary Interface
USB2 ports (1 Rear USB3.0, 1 Front USB2.0)
RS2321 Port for POS System and Keyboard Controller
RS4851 Port for PTZ Control
Power Supply AC 100-240V, 50/60 Hz
Power Consumption NVR: 15W (without HDD)
PoE: Max 25.5W per Port, 150W Total
Working Environment14°F - +131°F, 10% - 90% RH
Dimension (W×D×H)17.3" x 16.2" x 3.0"
Weight10.5 lbs (without HDD)
InstallationFlat table top / shelf, 1.5U Rack-mountable
UL Listed Yes



Return Policy30 Days Return Policy
Recorder TypeNVR
CPUEmbedded Quad Core
Total Cameras Supported32
Supported Camera SignalsIP
Number of BNC InputsDoes Not Support BNC Cameras
Number of IP Cameras Supported32
Number of PoE Inputs16
Number of Audio Inputs32 IP Streams
Encoding SupportedH.264, H.265
Encoding Support DetailH.265, H.264, H.264H, H.264B, MJPEG
Recording Resolutions8MP, 4K, 6MP, 5MP, 4MP, 3MP, 1080P, 1.3MP, 720P
BNC Recording Frame RateNo
Total Incoming IP Bandwidth200 Mbps
Total IP Recording Bandwidth200 Mbps
Max Hard Drive Capacity4HDD, 32TB
RAID RedundancyNo
Hot Swap HDDNo
eSATA PortNone
USB Ports(1) USB 2.0, (1) USB 3.0
Video Outputs(1) HDMI, (1) VGA
Total PoE Power150 W
Power Input110-220V AC
RackmountableYes, 1.5U
Warranty1 Year


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How do you guys recommend the network setup of the internal poe switch on the NVR4324KPOE when attaching more than 16 cameras to the system? Also how do you recommend the ip address of it so that all the ip cameras are independently view-able on the network and not on a different ip range or subnet mask?

Question by: MH on: 2018-01-11

On an NVR with built-in PoE the first 16 cameras will connect to the NVR's internal PoE using a subnet of 10.1.1.X. These cameras are not accessible on the network as they are on an internal network inside the NVR.

All 32 channel PoE NVRs are limited to 16 PoE ports due to heat constraints. For the additional 16 cameras you would have to use an external PoE swtich, and configure the cameras to the same IP address as the network they PoE switch and NVR are connected to. For most networks this would be 192.168.1.X. The cameras on the external PoE switch would be viewable independently from a web browser as well.

Regardless, of whether cameras are on the internal PoE or external, there streams can be fetched using our viewing software or by the NVR.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2018-01-11

Our business operates a small office building that currently uses an older security DVR system. We've thought about upgrading to a newer NVR (specifically SKU: NVR4324KPOE) and I had some questions.

1)This unit provides POE to 16 devices. If I start adding an addition 16 cameras, would I just simply get another POE device and then link it to the NVR? I'm not very acquainted with the more networked types of tech.

2)The item description of NVR4324KPOE says that it should be able to record 32 4K cameras all at once. Is that correct?

I plan on grabbing the NVR and slowly over the course of a few months, switch out our cameras to newer ones and phase out the old stuff. You might get some follow up questions later...Thanks in advance!

Question by: JB on: 2018-06-28

1) Yes you would need to add a 16 port poe switch to add additional cameras beyond the first 16.

2) Yes it can record up to 32 channels at 4k as long as you are within the 200mbps incoming bandwidth limitation. The bit rate per camera depends on the frames per second and resolution you record at. If you plan to have all 4K cameras, then we recommend the NVR584K32POE as it has a higher bit rate maximum.

Please note the unit is a NVR and not a hybrid DVR. You cannot use it with any old analog cameras using BNC. If you are looking for a hybrid, please browse through our Tribrid DVR category.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2018-06-28