Digital Watchdog Expands its VMAX IP Line of Recorders

Digital Watchdog (DW) announces the expansion of our popular VMAX IP NVR family of true HD 1080P network recorders with embedded Power over Ethernet (PoE). The new NVR models, available in 8- and 16-channel configurations and up to 12TB of internal storage, provide the popular VMAX user interface and Pivot management software for an easy transition from analog to IP video surveillance. The NVRs support MEGApix 720p and 1080p cameras to deliver a complete solution.

The 8- and 16-channel models join the original VMAX IP 4-channel NVR. The VMAX IP series has an embedded PoE interface, allowing the IP cameras to be powered directly from the NVR. This enables a convenient and quicker installation process. VMAX IP offers full real-time HD 1080P live streaming and recording, along with powerful features such as network monitoring, auto and remote firmware upgrade, free and simple DDNS service, event notifications via e-mail and text, mobile application for iOS, Android and Kindle devices, local display based on the popular VMAX GUI and an unbeatable 5 year limited warranty.

Additional NVR features include:

  • Support for up to 16 2.1MP IP Cameras
  • Pivot Central Management Software, Up to 128CH
  • Mobile Application for iPhone, iPad, iPod, Android Smart Phones and Tablets and Kindle Fire
  • MAC Compatible Remote Software
  • Intuitive Graphical User Interface (GUI)
  • 8ch PoE Support to Power IP Cameras Locally
  • Local Network and Camera Connection Monitoring
  • One Touch Video Backup, Reverse Playback, & Emergency Recording
  • Advanced Linux-Based embedded NVR
  • Record 30 Frames per Second on Every Channel
  • 4 Sensor Input, 1 Relay Output
  • Event Notifications via Email, Text and Pivot CMS
  • 1 Audio Input, 1 Audio Output
  • Simple & Free DDNS Support for Remote Management
  • Easy Web-based Client with Multi-User Access
  • S.M.A.R.T Health Check with Email Notification
  • Help Menu on Major Functions
  • Auto & Manual Firmware Upgrade Available
  • Import/Export Configuration between Multiple DVRs
  • USB Mouse and GUI Control
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