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You can choose the DVR based on the number of cameras you plan to record. All HD-CVI DVRs below record at 720P in real time, have HDMI & VGA outputs, and allow remote monitoring using a PC, MAC, smartphone, or tablet.

HDCVI Cameras are high definition surveillance cameras that can transmit video over coax cabling. You can select cameras using check boxes on the left, then choose quantity on the right.


You can select up to 2 megapixel ip cameras for use with Tribrid DVRs. Please select cameras using check boxes on the left, then choose quantity on the right.


Choose from a variety of PoE switches we have to offer depending on the size of your installation. Using a PoE switch makes it easy to wire network cameras. The same cable carries power and data.


Select below the amount of cabling. If selected, wiring includes connectors for the number of cameras purchased above.

Choose wiring for your ip cameras. You can choose pre-made cables that are cut to specific lengths with RJ45 connectors already tipped. If you are purchasing a 1000ft cable spool, be sure to also purchase RJ45 connectors and the crimp tool. All network cabling must be enclosed in a conduit if used outdoors.

If you are purchasing bulk cabling, be sure to purchase RJ45 connectors and crimp tool.

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Customizing your very own Security Camera System just got easier. If you are looking for a Hybrid System then look no further. Here you will be able to select from our Tribrid DVRs that incorporate analog CCTV, HDCVI, and IP camera technology together. Now you can pick and choose which cameras you prefer from either of these camera types, and get rid of your separate DVRs for HD and analog cameras.

All of the Tribrid DVRs we carry allows up to 2 megapixel or 1080P recording so you get the best resolution possible over coax cabling. You can choose a variety of resolutions and camera types as listed below. Basically, you can use any type of security camera with these DVRs. All of our security DVR allow remote viewing via mobile phone, tablets and PC or Mac computers, and offer capabilities such as motion detection, and motion alerts. You find the exact specs for all the items below by clicking on the product name to open up a page for the individual product.

To begin, pick the number of total channels you would like to record, then select the cameras you would like, and select cabling. The list below summarizes camera types, their max resolutions, and cable type needed. If there is something that you are unsure about, feel free to contact our Tech Support Team or Ask a Question here.

Camera Types

  • HDCVI Security Cameras
    • Offered in 720p and 1080p resolutions (1 megapixel and 2 megapixel respectively)
    • Must be run using RG59 coax cable found on a spool or HD premade cabling listed below
    • CCA RG59 cable compatible for cable runs up to 240 feet
    • Can use HD Premade Siamese Cable up to 150ft
    • Require solid copper conductor RG59 cable for cable runs longer than 250ft
    • HDCVI video can be run up to 1600ft on solid copper coax cable
    • Power distribution box required to power cameras
  • IP Network Cameras
    • You can select from 1080P IP cameras
    • CAT5e or CAT6 network cabling is required for IP cameras
    • Cable runs are limited to 328ft for ip cameras, and require PoE extenders for longer runs
    • Except for large IP Network PTZ cameras, IP cameras are PoE compatible
    • PTZ cameras come with 24V AC power supply and 70ft of power cable for power extension
    • PoE switch is required for using IP cameras in a Tribrid system to provide power to the cameras
  • Analog CCTV Cameras
    • Compatible with all sorts of CCTV cameras with BNC video connection
    • Supports security cameras up to 1000TVL 960H resolution
    • Can use with premade siamese, coax cable, or CAT5e with baluns
    • Max video transmission distance 800ft with coax or passive video baluns
    • Power distribution box required to power cameras

The cameras below vary in several key factors besides their signal type. Here are some key features to consider when selecting a CCTV camera for your Tribrid Camera System:

  • Resolution
  • Camera location
  • Lens type and angle of view
  • Infrared night vision distance
  • Cost
  • Wall, ceiling or pole mount

Once you have made selections for cameras and DVRs, select the cabling you would like to purchase and you are done. We will automatically select the correct type of power box for you based on your DVR and camera selection. Just add your selections to cart.

Here is a summary of DVR features:

DVR Features:

  • Available channel varieties: 4, 8, 16, 32
  • Total number of cameras must be less than or equal to DVR channel capacity
  • Selecting video encoding resolutions: 1080p, 720p, 960H, D1
  • Real Time DVRs with H.264 video encoding
  • High Definition video output HDMI 1080p to connect to HD TV
  • Selecting video recording modes: continuous 24/7, day & time based recording, motion activated
  • Remote viewing apps for popular mobile devices
    • iPhone
    • iPad
    • Google Android Phone or Tablet
    • Windows Phone
    • Windows PC Computer
    • MAC Computer
  • Push Alerts sent to mobile device when motion is detected
  • Auto video overwrite when hard drive is full to recycle video storage space
  • Back-up security footage easily to a USB drive or to a computer over the internet
  • Hard drive capacity varies depending on the DVR

All of our systems have the following common features:

Easy Video/Power Cabling
Our Hybrid and Tribrid CCTV Systems use siamese cabling for coax based BNC cameras and network cabling for IP cameras. In both cases video and power is combined over the same cable for each camera. This eliminates the need to have power access in the immediate vicinity of the cameras. Simply run the cabling from the camera to the DVR and attach to a power supply located near the DVR.

Easy Installation
All of our systems are designed to be easy to install thanks to the cabling we use. Simply mount your cameras in the desired location, run the video/power that is included with the system back to the DVR. For BNC type cameras, connect the coax to the DVR and the power wires to your power supply. For IP cameras in the Tribrid Systems, simply run the network cable to a POE switch, and connect the DVR to the switch, and you're done. It's that easy! Once you install your system, give us a call and we will assist you in setting up your remote viewing options. You can also check out our YouTube channel that is loaded with great tutorials and product videos that we made just for you!

User Customizable
Our systems can be customized for each individual user. You can choose the length of cabling, storage space, ability to add on cameras, and add on audio recording.

No contracts and no monthly fees
When you purchase one of our systems, there are no contracts to sign, no monthly fees, and no hidden charges. The price you see is the price you pay.

Warranty and Tech Support
We offer real warranties that we honor when a manufacturer's defect occurs in our products. We don't hype our products with warranties that leave you deserted in case of product failure. If you are not completely satisfied with the product within 30 days of purchase, we will accept exchanges or provide credit for your purchase price. All products come with free USA based technical support for the life of the product. Our knowledgeable and caring support technicians are here to help!



Return Policy30 Days Return Policy. Return subject to 25% restocking fee.
Warranty2 Year


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I am looking for a recorder that will support a variety of cameras. I started backwards & purchased a number of cameras at exceptional savings, now I need DVR/NVR to handle them.

I have the following cameras:
1 ea 1200tvl dome
2 ea 1200tvl bullet
1 ea 1200tvl PTZ
1 ea 700tvl PTZ
2 ea IP PTZ wireless
2 ea IP wired
3 ea IP wireless bullet
1 ea IP wireless dome

If you need the mfg & model numbers, let me know, I'll provide them. I would like a recorder that supports 1080p. I'd like to have 1 unit that will send 1 notification to my phone instead of having each IP camera sending notices individually from multiple applications. I'd like 1 application for all cameras.

Thank you.

Question by: Verta Tannehill on: 2017-10-19

The 16 Channel HD-CVI Tribrid DVR 1080P Mini is one of our most popular 16 channel DVRs and it can do video based motion detection and PTZ control over RS485 or HDCVI.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2017-11-07

I have a site that has an old 8 camera digital watchdog system that they are looking to upgrade to 16. They want to add 4 cameras and these will be outside cameras that they need to be able to see license plates of cars as they are an auto shop and people have been robbing them but the resolution is so low they can't zoom in when they give a police report. Can a suggestion be made of the equipment needed?

Question by: Daniel fox on: 2018-05-28

You can choose the 16 Channel 4MP Tribrid DVR or the larger 16 Channel 4K DVR NVR 8SATA to support up to 16 cameras at up to 4mp resolution over RG59U coax cabling that is from a roll of wire. You can find 4mp HDCVI cameras here. 4MP cameras allow up to 40ft of facial detail from the focal point. Please be sure to watch the videos on the product description page. If you are looking to do license plate capture, then you would need a camera that does specifically license plate capture. You can find license plate capture security cameras here.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2018-05-29