Ultra Plus HD 32 Channel 8TB NVR
- 32 Ch. 8TB H.265 IP NVR with 16 RJ45 PoE Ports + 16 Ch. PoE Switch
- 2-ch HDMI, 1-ch VGA, HDMI2 at up to 4K(3840x2160) resolution
- Supports up to 12MP Cameras
- Supports easy firmware upgrade via Cloud (Recorder & Cameras)
- 32TB Max Hard Drive Capacity
- Revo Ultra EZStation Computer Software – Conveniently view multiple units at once
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With incredible video quality, ease of use, and powerful networking tools, Revo Ultra is the very best that Revo has to offer. Enjoy additional professional and premium-residential features with Revo Ultra Plus™. The Revo Ultra's superb video quality is based on IP, or Internet Protocol, technology which brings the power and beauty of digital high definition video right to the heart of your surveillance. Revo Ultra Plus™ NVRs feature state of the art 4K Video Output, H.265 Compression, support up to 12MP Cameras and up to an astounding 32TB of Hard Drive Capacity. View your cameras from anywhere. Using the Revo Ultra Mobile smartphone app, simply set up an account and then scan your NVRs QR code to begin mobile viewing. Access your Ultra NVR via the web using www.myrevocloud.com, compatible with Internet Explorer. Want to view multiple Revo Ultra units at different locations from a single computer? With Revo EZStation Software, design your own custom layout of which cameras you'd like to view with Video Wall, or even lay them out on a custom map of your property with E-Map. Pre-event recording includes video before motion is detected providing valuable context leading up to the incident. Experience Peace of Mind with the ultimate high resolution IP technology from Revo.
CurtisFriday Oct 20 , 2017 : 04:40 AM
I read though the manual, I only see backup to USB device listed. Using USB to backup terabytes of data is painfully slow. Is it possible to schedule automated backups over a network ? For Instance, to a NAS device, like FreeNas ? Or is it possible to set up NVR replication for off site backups ?