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8 Channel HD 2K NVR with PoE


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8 Channel NVR with 8 integrated PoE ports ideal for use with up to 2K cameras, i.e. 4MP IP cameras. The internal PoE ports on the NVR provide several benefits compared to using an external PoE switch. You can isolate the security cameras to an internal network within the NVR protected from your LAN, being on the internal within the NVR reduces latency in video, and most importantly makes is very simple to connect an IP camera. PoE inputs allow easy connection of PoE security cameras to this recorder using a single CAT5e or CAT6 network cable to transmit video, power, and data to and from the camera. Specially for users not familiar with IP security and networking, PoE ports simplify the installation process by making it truly plug-n-play to setup a IP camera to a NVR recorder. All you have to do is install your camera and run one cable to the back of this NVR and plug the cable in to one of the eight PoE ports. Then hit remote device search, and your camera will be displayed. Check the camera selection box and you are done. This video recorder will start recording that camera. Repeat this simple process for each of your cameras. Feel free to watch a video on how this is done.

Like all of our NVR, this video recorder allows the user to choose various recording resolutions up to 5 Megapixel, adjust frame rate and recording bit rate for each video channel. These adjustable video quality features are what set apart the professional IP video surveillance products offered by CCTV Camera World from the competition. This NVR has a maximum recording bit rate of 200 Mbps. It is powered by a powerful dual-core processor and a embedded Linux operating system that stays virus free, and it does not need a network or computer for operation.. The user interface is easy to use using the included mouse, making it simple to connect your cameras, set recording schedules, and motion detection schedules. There are 2 video outputs (HDMI, VGA) so you can connect up to 2 monitors displaying the same screen. Let's not forget there are 4 alarm inputs should you choose to tie in PIR motion sensors for spot on motion detection.

Video backups are easy to do. They can be done locally at the NVR using a USB drive, or external USB DVD burner. You can even download video from the unit over the network or internet using the included FREE Client software for Windows and Mac computers.

This 2K NVR with built-in PoE switch comes with FREE Lifetime Technical Support by our expert staff. All network cameras we sell at CCTV Camera World are compatible with our NVR recorders, and Tribrid DVRs. If you are looking for compatibility with cameras purchased elsewhere, please be sure to review our IP camera compatibility list.


  • 8 Channel NVR recorder
  • Ideal for use with 2K, 3MP cameras, or 1080P 2MP Cameras
  • H.264 Video codec encoding
  • Real Time viewing and recording
  • 200Mbps Recording Bit Rate
  • Selectable recording resolutions: 5MP, 3MP, 2MP, 1080P, 1.3MP, 720P, D1
  • 8 Built-in POE ports for easy connection to compatible IP cameras
  • Auto Camera Detection using CCTVCameraWorld IP Cameras to easily configure cameras on the same network
  • Real Time Live Viewing in high definition for all cameras on DVR
  • Up to 8 Channel Grid Display Via HDMI
    • 4 Channels at 4MP 2K
    • 8 Channels at 1080P
  • HDMI & VGA Output for High Resolution Output to a HD TV or Computer Monitor
  • Free Central Monitoring Software for remote viewing via Windows or MAC computers
  • FREE Security Camera Remote Viewing Apps for
    • iPhone
    • iPad
    • Android Phones & Tablets
  • Motion activated Email alerts, alarm alerts, or video loss to mobile App
  • Push Alerts for motion or alarm events
  • Multiple recording methods: continuous, manual, motion activated or schedule based
  • Allows for remote backups to a NAS, FTP, windows computer, or mirroring to another NVR unit
  • Easy video offload to a USB drive or optional external USB DVD burner
  • Supports 2 SATA Hard Drives up to 4 TB each - total 8TB capacity
  • 3D PTZ Control: easy control/targeting of Avalonix PTZ cameras, and easy preset/tour setup from NVR
  • Allows up to 20 simultaneous users to view or playback video remotely

What's Included?

  • (1) 8 Channel NVR with POE
  • (1) Power Supply
  • (1) USB Mouse
  • (1) Remote control
  • (1) Terminal Block for Alarm/RS485 Ports



Operating SystemEmbedded Linux
System ResourcesPentaplex function: live, recording, playback, backup & remote access
Control ModeFront panel, USB mouse, IR remote control, Network
IP Camera Inputs8x RJ45 PoE ports (IEEE802.3af)
IP Cameras SupportedAvalonix, Arecont Vision, AXIS, Canon, Dynacolor, Panasonic, Samsung, Sanyo, Sony, ONVIF
Video Output1 HDMI (video and audio), 1 VGA
Display Split1 / 4 / 9
Display Resolution 1920×1080, 1280×1024, 1280×720, 1024×768
Tour DisplaySupported on Main Screen
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.264
Recording Resolutions5MP (2560×1920), 4MP (2560×1440), 3MP (2048×1536), 1080P (1920×1080), 720P (1280×720), D1/4CIF (704×480)
Recording Bit Rate48-8192kbps Per Camera
Total Bit Rate200 Mbps Total
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)
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 Input4
Relay Output2
Playback Grid1 / 4 / 8 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 (Gigabit)
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, 4TB ea, Total 8TB
HDD ManagementHDD hibernation technology, HDD faulty alarm
USB Interface1 USB2.0, 1 USB3.0
RS2321 Port for POS or PTZ Keyboard
RS485 PTZ control
Power SupplyAC 100~240V 50/60 Hz
Power ConsumptionApprox 30W without HDD, PoE: Max 19W per Port, 80W Total
Working Environment-10°C to +55°C / 10-90% RH
Dimensions14.8 x 12.9 x 2.1 inches (WxDxH)
Weight6 lbs
InstallationFlat table top / shelf



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
Encoding Support DetailH.264
Recording Resolutions5MP, 4MP, 3MP, 1080P, 1.3MP, 720P, D1
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
Total PoE Power80 W
Power Input110-220V AC
Warranty1 Year


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If I order without a hard drive (and I did) NVR, NVRES8P, is there a cable for it in the chassis and screws for mounting?

Question by: Larry J on: 2016-07-21

Yes there is a SATA cable included and the hard drive mounts to the bottom of the NVR chassis. You simply screw the hard drive in to the pre-drilled holes on the bottom of the chassis.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2016-07-21

Will this work with Night Owl POE IP cameras?

Question by: Andrew on: 2017-06-08

Although Night Owl cameras are not directly compatible, you could fetch the video using onvif or rtsp to get video. However, motion, audio, and PTZ controls would not flow over.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2017-06-09

Will the PoE ports on the NVRES8P handle the wireless PoE AP (NB24)? If not, can I use a PoE+ injector after the NVR to power the NB24?

Are the PoE ports on the NVRES8P active or passive?

Question by: Josh H on: 2017-12-13

PoE ports on the back of a PoE NVR are 802.3af/at compliant network ports that can transmit power on demand depending on the device on the other end. That device has to be 802.3af/at compliant to work as well with the NVR. IP cameras we sell are 802.3af/at compliant and will get power from the NVR. 802.3af/at is an intelligent PoE method as it only sends power when it confirms that the device connected to the port is 802.3af/at compliant, so the device doesn't get fried with power injection.

However, the NB24 comes with a passive PoE power injector that is not 802.3af/at compliant. That means it is not an intelligent type of PoE. It is called passive PoE, which means that it is always sending power. If you connect a device to the passive PoE injector's PoE network port that is other than the wireless radio it is meant for, that device will get fried and its warranty will become void.

You can connect a NB24, or the other wireless radios we sell to the back of any of our PoE NVR by following this guide: How to connect wireless cameras to your PoE NVR

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2017-12-13

I am looking to install your 8 channel NVR. My problem is I have two buildings that are connected by a single Cat 6 cable. Four of the cameras will connect directly to the NVR. This is my question:

Can I connect the remaining 4 cameras through an existing network? I am looking at a four channel PoE switch to connect the remaining four cameras to the network. Will this work?

Thank You

Question by: Miller Guice on: 2018-01-30

Yes you can easily add the four cameras up to 5MP from our IP camera selection to the built-in PoE ports on the back of this NVR. They will use the easy-to-use plug and play feature of the cameras and NVR to automatically recognize the cameras and assigning them an IP address on the NVR's internal network of 10.1.1.X.

You can connect additional cameras totaling up to eight cameras (including the cameras on the built-in PoE switch) using a PoE switch on your network.

a) You will need to configure cameras on your own PoE switch to an IP address that matches your network scheme.

b) You will need to configure the NVR's LAN NIC to match your network scheme.

You can learn how to do that using this article.

The cameras on the external PoE switch and the NVR's LAN port must be configured to be on the same network scheme/subnet, which would usually be for basic router configurations.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2018-02-02

Can I simultaneously save to a NAS or an FTP server? What is the file format the NVR saves in? is it an avi or mp4? or something custom.

Question by: john on: 2019-03-27

The files would be saved to the FTP service running on your NAS server. The files are written in DAV format that envelopes crucial meta information that is used when playing back video from the playback software to populate the timeline with date and event information such as motion detection. For more on that please watch the video on this page on how to record security cameras to a FTP server.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2019-04-11