DVR is short for “Digital Video Recorder”. Now widely known for their use in cable TV boxes, DVRs have completely transformed the previously VCR-dominated security system market over the last decade. Thanks to advances in camera and hard drive technology, it is now simpler, more affordable, and economical to capture detailed video footage.
DVR security systems offer buyers a peace of mind never before seen in home security:
· Connect your DVR to the Internet so you can view footage online from almost any device
· Record up to several continuous years of video on 500 GB hard drive
· Record according to your preferences: continuous, scheduled or on motion detection.
· Smart menus and interfaces for easy setup and navigation
· And more!
Since a DVR uses a hard drive, the video footage can easily be transferred to other digital media such as USB flash drives and DVDs. This allows for a large amount of recording time (months, or even years), in addition to allowing easy, economical storage of footage.