Hikvision NVR-Pro 4K Series DS-9632NI-I8-24TB



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The DS-9632NI-I8 32-Channel NVR from Hikvision accepts up to 32 network cameras and supports third-party cameras. The use of H.264 video compression allows for enhanced recording capacity and low bandwidth consumption. The recorder can be used standalone or as part of a comprehensive surveillance system.

The NVR features eight SATA interfaces to expand storage capacity, and an eSATA port and four USB ports to connect external storage devices. It comes with a built-in 24TB hard drive. The HDMI and VGA video outputs provide options for connecting monitors.

General Features
Dual OS design to ensure high reliability of system running
ANR technology to enhance storage reliability when the network is disconnected
HDD hot swap with RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, and RAID 10 storage scheme configurable
HD Input
H.265/H.264+/H.264/MPEG4 video formats
Connectable to the third-party network cameras
Up to 32 IP cameras can be connected
Recording up to 12MP resolution
Supports live view, storage, and playback of the connected camera at up to 12MP resolution
HD Output
HDMI1/VGA1 and HDMI2/VGA2 outputs provided
HDMI1 video output at up to 4K (3840 x 2160) resolution
HD Storage
Up to 8 SATA interfaces and 1 eSATA interface connectable for recording and backup
Saves storage space with the use of H.264+ decoding format
HD Transmission
2 self-adaptive 10M/100M/1000M network interfaces, and two working modes are configurable which are multi-address and network fault tolerance
Centralized management of IP cameras, including configuration, information import/export, real-time information display, 2-way audio, and upgrade
Instant playback for assigned channel during multi-channel display mode
Smart search for selected areas in videos and smart playback to improve efficiency
Supports HDD quota and group modes
Different capacities can be assigned to different channels

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