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Ultra HD 8 Channel NVR with built-in PoE switch that allows for true plug and play connection and configuration of our IP security cameras. You can use any of our IP Cameras up to 4K or 18MP in resolution with this NVR. 4K video is the best resolution possible for video cameras today; it provides detail that is four times that of 1080P. If you want the best resolution the security camera industry has to offer, then choose our 4K IP cameras and this NVR recorder for a 8 security camera system. You can also use the following resolution cameras with this unit for Real Time recording:

The built-in PoE switch allows for PoE connections using a single network cable to transmit video, power, and data between the camera and this NVR. All you have to do is install your camera and run one cable to the back of the NVR, plugging the cable in to one of the eight PoE ports. Then hit remote device search, and your camera will be displayed. This video recorder will start recording that camera. Repeat this simple process of adding IP cameras to your NVR for each camera.

This 4K Resolution 8 Camera Network Video Recorder is aimed for use with the latest 4K IP cameras or 8MP cameras. It provides real time video recording using the latest H.264 and H.265 video algorithms. Inside this professional NVR there are 2 SATA ports, meaning you can have up to 2 hard drives; maximum capacity per drive is 6TB. This comes in a slim and sleek design that takes very little room, making it convenient for mounting on a shelf.

It is powered by a powerful dual-core processor and a embedded Linux operating system that stays virus free. The user interface is easy to use using the included mouse, making it simple to connect your cameras, set recording schedules, and motion detection recording. Video backups are easy to do. They can be done locally at the NVR using a USB drive, e-SATA drive, or external USB DVD burner. You can even download video from the unit over the network or internet using the included FREE VMS software for Windows and Mac computers.

This 8 channel PoE NVR comes with FREE Lifetime Technical Support by our expert staff. All the cameras we sell at CCTV Camera World are compatible with our NVR recorders. If you are looking for compatibility with cameras purchased elsewhere, please be sure to review our IP camera compatibility list.


  • 8 Channel NVR with PoE
  • H.265 & H.264 Video Encoding
  • Supports 4K and 8MP resolutions
  • Real Time Recording - 240fps Recording at 1080P, 3MP, 4MP
  • 8 Plug & Play PoE Ports
  • 8 Channel Simultaneous Live-View & Playback
  • FREE Remote Viewing Apps for
    • iPhone
    • iPad
    • Android Phones & Tablets
    • Windows Phones
  • Notification of motion alerts, alarm alerts, or video loss to mobile App
  • FREE Central Monitoring System (CMS) software for remote viewing via Windows or Mac computers
  • Multiple recording methods: continuous, manual, motion activated or schedule based
  • 3D PTZ Control: easy control/targeting of Avalonix PTZ cameras, and easy preset/tour setup from NVR
  • Allows for remote backups to a ftp, NAS, windows computer, or mirror to a second NVR
  • Easy video offload to PC, a USB drive or optional external USB DVD burner
  • 2 SATA HDD Capacity, Max 6TB ea
  • Allows up to 20 remote users to simultaneously view video
  • Dual Monitor Outputs: (1) VGA, (1) HDMI
  • Onvif 2.4 Compatible

What's Included?


Operating SystemEmbedded Linux
System ResourcesPentaplex function: live, recording, playback, backup & remote access
Control ModeFront panel, USB mouse, Network
IP Camera Inputs8x RJ45 POE ports (IEEE802.3af/at)
IP Cameras SupportedAvalonix, Arecont Vision, AXIS, Canon, Dynacolor, Panasonic, Samsung, Sanyo, Sony, ONVIF
Video Output1 HDMI (video and audio), 1 VGA
Display Split1 / 4 / 8 / 9
Display Resolution3840×2160, 1920×1080, 1280×1024, 1280×720, 1024×768
Tour DisplaySupported
Privacy Masking4 self-defined four-sided zones for privacy masking for each camera
OSDCamera title, time, video loss, camera lock, motion detection, recording
Video / Audio CompressionH.265 / H.264 / MJPEG
Recording Resolutions8Mp, 6Mp, 5Mp, 3Mp, 1080P, 1.3Mp, 720P
Recording Bandwidth192 Mbps
Recording Bit Rate1 - 20 Mbps
Recording Quality CBR, VBR (1-6 level, level 6 is the best)
Recording ModeManual, Schedule (Regular, Continuous), MD (Motion detection, Camera blank, Video loss), Alarm, Stop
Recording PriorityManual > Alarm > MD > Regular
Recording Interval1~120 min (default: 60 min), Pre-record: 1~30 sec, Post-record: 10~300 sec
Trigger Events Recording, PTZ movement, Tour, Alarm, Email, FTP, Buzzer & Screen tips
Motion DetectionZones: 396 (22×18), Sensitivity: 1-6 (level 6 is highest)
Video Loss & Camera BlankSupported
Alarm Input8
Relay Output3
Playback Grid1 / 4 / 9 channels
Video Search ModeTime/Date, Alarm, MD & Exact search (accurate to second), Smart search
Playback FunctionsPlay, Pause, Stop, Rewind, Fast play, Slow play, Next file, Previous file, Next camera, Previous camera, Full screen, Repeat, Shuffle, Backup selection, Digital zoom
Backup ModeUSB Device / External DVD burner/ Network, Internet
Ethernet1x RJ-45 port (10/100/1000Mbps)
Network FunctionsHTTP, TCP/IP, UPNP, RTSP, UDP, SMTP, NTP, DHCP, DNS, IP Filter, PPPOE, DDNS, FTP, Alarm Server, IP Search (Supports ONVIF compatible IP camera, DVR, NVR etc)
Hard Disk2 SATA ports (12TB Total)
HDD ManagementHDD Group, HDD faulty alarm
USB Interface1 x USB 3.0 ports (backup), 1x USB 2.0 (mouse control)
RS232PC communication or POS
RS485 PTZ control
Power SupplyAC 100~240 V, 50/60 Hz (16W without HDD), PoE Max 25.5W per Camera
Working Environment-10°C to +55°C / 10-90% RH
Dimensions 14.8 × 10.9 × 2.3 inches (W*D*H)
Weight6 lbs



Return Policy30 Days Return Policy
Recorder TypeNVR
CPUEmbedded Dual Core
Total Cameras Supported8
Supported Camera SignalsIP
Number of BNC InputsDoes Not Support BNC Cameras
Number of IP Cameras Supported8
Number of PoE Inputs8
Number of Audio Inputs8 IP Streams
Encoding SupportedH.264, H.265
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 Capacity2HDD, 12TB
RAID RedundancyNo
Hot Swap HDDNo
eSATA PortNone
USB Ports(1) USB 2.0, (1) USB 3.0
Video Outputs(1) HDMI, (1) VGA
Power Input110-220V AC
Warranty1 Year


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I'm ordering the NVR above, are these cameras compatible with this unit?


Question by: edward monatgue on: 2016-09-12

Yes they are all compatible.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2016-09-13

How many days of recording time can I store for one channel using a 4K camera for a system having 1 TB of storage? Beyond that, is it simply a matter of simple division for adding more cameras, and multiplication by adding more TB?

Question by: James Maccoun on: 2016-09-10

It takes 262.16GB to record one camera at 4K resolution at 7fps with medium compression quality for 24 hours continuously. Please use this estimation in your calculation. You will need to do the following to calculate how many TB of hard drive space you need:

Total HDD space needed for 4K cameras = [number of cameras] * [number of days of continuous recording at 4K] * [262.16GB]

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2016-09-12

I'm looking to get this NVR along with 5 Vandal Proof Dome 4MP IP Camera
SKU: IPD401VP. Other than a hard drive, cat5 cable and a monitor, is the anything else required for setup.

Question by: edward monatgue on: 2016-09-10

That is all that you need to setup a ip camera system. Please refer to the following article and video on how easy our poe ip camera systems are to connect and get configured:
You can also find more videos and information about how remote viewing works for our systems here.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2016-09-12

I’m installing this in a vacation home. The cameras will be set to record in the motion mode. Will I be able to remotely access the NVR and set the cameras to view in real time and switch back to motion record?

Question by: Edward Montague on: 2016-09-13

The NVR will always allow you to live view cameras while it is recording.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2016-09-13

Looking to integrate this with some existing foscam/amcrest cameras at a residence. Verifying this will work with the existing cams that are ONVIF compatible.

Also I'm assuming the HDD utilizes SATAIII?

Question by: ThatOneGuy on: 2017-02-23

Amcrest cameras are ONVIF compatible with our NVRs, however foscam cameras are not but you should be able to fetch video using a url in rtsp mode. Yes SATA3 is supported, max of 6 TB supported.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2017-02-28

Do any of your NVR support SSD hardrives and Raid mirror configuration inside the NVR without having to go to an external NAS.

Question by: Henry on: 2017-05-12

We have tested our NVRs with Samsung 840 Evo and 840 Pro SSD and they work fine. This unit does not offer RAID. We have some NVRs that offer software RAID. However, with SSD you really don't need the RAID function.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2017-05-23

Will any sata hdd work with this unit?

Question by: richard pilant on: 2017-05-17

We recommend using WD purple hard drives.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2017-05-23

What exterior enclosure do you recommend for NVR?

Question by: Todd Patrick on: 2017-06-11

A suitable enclosure depends on the size of the NVR. For our mini NVRs you can use this weather proof enclosure. However this NVR would not be compatible with the above mentioned enclsoure due to its size.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2017-06-12

Can this be operated vertically, such that the dimensions are 14.8 × 10.9 × 2.3 inches (H*W*D)? It would be removable to allow for cable, USB port, and button access.

Question by: Todd Patrick on: 2017-06-13

Yes you can mount this 8 Channel NVR recorder vertically, as long as it is straight and not slanted. You have to worry about the hard drive inside. It has spinning platters. If it is slanted , it can cause undue stress on the drive. If you use a SSD then it would not matter, as the NVRs do not have any moving parts. Also, please note there are no buttons on this unit. The unit is usable with the wired USB optical, or you can use a 2.4ghz wireless mouse.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2017-06-14

Hello, I currently have a 8 GW security cameras. 6 are GW-2040ip and 2 are GW-5050ip. Are these compatible with your NVR's?

Question by: Dan on: 2017-07-02

The specs for the camera you have state they are ONVIF compatible. Onvif implementation varies depending on how much time and investment the manufacturer has invested in to R&D to polish their ONVIF compatibility. Being Onvif compatible doesn't mean that you will be able to access all camera functions. It is common that you may get video from the camera, but no other function like motion detection or zoom lens control. You can find more information about how to connect IP cameras to our NVRs on our self help page under the IP Camera Help section . See section titled "Connecting ONVIF Cameras to our NVRs.'

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2017-07-06