Synology NVR216

Synology NVR216

£447.75 inc VAT
£373.13 exc VAT

Synology NVR216 (4 Channel) Network Video Recorder Dual Core (1.0GHz) 1GB DDR3 (Black) More Info

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SKU: NVR216 (4CH)


Model NameNVR216
DescriptionIt's impossible to keep your eyes on a monitor all day. So how do you protect your store after closing time? Surveillance Station provides multiple notification settings to keep you alerted. For example, when a thief sneaks into your shop and is detected by a camera, you will receive snapshots of the recordings through email. In this case, even if your NVR216 has been tempered with, you will keep the evidence. If camera is disconnected or damaged, you can also receive a message via SMS and push notifications on DS cam for iOS and Android devices. NVR216 comes with three USB ports, including one USB 3.0, allowing you to connect to a mouse and keyboard to navigate between different camera streams with ease. Plug a microphone on the audio input and speak directly to individuals via cameras with two-way audio. Deploying a surveillance solution can be simpler if you have a good start. NVR216 runs Surveillance Station which supports ONVIF Standards and is compatible with more than 4000 cameras with a wide range of variety, from 90 or more renowned brands. You can select fish eye, PTZ, multi-lenses, or Wi-Fi cameras according to your preference and needs to safeguard your shops! NVR216 is designed with energy efficiency and quietness in mind. When paired with 9 channels of camera streaming, continuously recording, and with HDMI output enabled, NVR216 only consumes 14.14W* -as little power as one energy saving light bulb! In addition, NVR216 is built with RoHS compliant parts. Optimize your budget and retail space when deploying a surveillance solution. Connect NVR216 to a monitor via a 1080p HDMI output, and start to watch live view streams and manage cameras. Everything can be done without a PC. No matter what business you do, NVR216 helps you to save money and room that could be used for more things.
Warranty3-Year Warranty
Product TypeNetwork Video Recorder
Frame Rates120fps
Video Channels4
Video Features120 FPS: 720p (1280x720) ? 120 FPS: 1080p (1920x1080) ? 50 FPS: (2048x1536) ? 30 FPS: (2591x1944
Supported Video File FormatsH.264 ? MPEG4 ? JPEG
Audio CodingPCM ? ADPCM ? G711 ? G726 ? AMR ? AAC
ProcessorEmbedded NVR SoC 1.0GHz
Memory Size1024MB DDR3
Hard Disk Format2.5/3.5ins
Hard Disk SizeMax. Disk Size Supported 16384GB
Hard Disk InterfaceSATA Hard Drive
Hard Disk BaysDrive Bays: 2 ? Maximum Drive Bays with Expansion Unit: 4
CompatibilityRAID: Synology Hybrid RAID, Basic, JBOD, RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5 (with Expansion Unit), RAID 6 (with Expansion Unit)
Audio Line In Ports1 x Mini Jack
Audio Line Out Ports1 x Mini Jack
USB Port(s)2 x USB 2.0 ? 1 x USB 3.0
RJ-45 Ports1 x RJ-45
eSATA Port(s)1 x eSATA
HDMI Port(s)1 x HDMI
ManagementMaximum Internal Volume Number: 256 ? Maximum User Accounts: 1024 ? Maximum Groups: 256 ? Maximum Shared Folder: 256 ? Windows Access Control List (ACL) Integration ? Log Center ? Syslog Events per Second: 100
SecurityInternal Drives: EXT4 ? External Drives: EXT4, EXT3, FAT, NTFS, HFS+
Certification(s)FCC Class B ? CE Class B ? BSMI Class B ? RoHS
Power Adaptor TypeAC
Cooling SystemSystem Fan: 1 x 80 mm x 80 mm ? Fan Speed Mode: Cool Mode/Quiet Mode
Voltage/Power/Frequency100 to 240V AC / 50 to 60Hz / 14.4W
Power Supply60W
EnvironmentalOperating Temperature 5 to 45?C - Humidity 5 to 95%
Form FactorNetwork Video Recorder
Case ColourBlack
Pack Quantity1
In The Box1 x Synology NVR216 ? 1 x Welcome Note ? 1 x Accessory Pack ? 1 x AC Power Adaptor ? 1 x AC Power Cord ? 1 x RJ-45 LAN Cable
Dimensions22.5cm (D) x 16.5cm (H) - Weight 0.9kg 10.0cm (W)
LED Status IndicatorsLAN, HDD1, HDD2, Status, USB, Power

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