|Place of Origin:||China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1pcs|
|Delivery Time:||5-7 days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram, Paypal|
|Supply Ability:||50K per month|
|Video Compression:||H.265/H.264||Video Input:||4ch|
|Storage:||HDD||Function:||4G/3G/WIFI/GPS Is Optional|
|Power:||8V~32V Wide Voltage||Video Resolution:||1080P|
4CH 4G Mobile DVR,
H.265 4G Mobile DVR,
AHD 1080P mobile car dvr
New H.265 4ch 5G 4G GPS G-Sensor WiFi 1080P Mobile DVR Car DVR Vehicle DVR With Free CMS And Server
Key Specifications/Special Features:
4CH mobile DVR -4CH any AHD/analogue camera
H.264 video compression
2 video output (1 HDMI output, 1 CVBS output)
Supports 1920x1080/1280x720/960x540 pixels
3-alarm sensors input, 1 speed input, 1 ignition input, 1 panic button alarm, 1 G-sensor alarm
One RS232 port (for GPS)
Power output for cameras: 10.5V/1.5A (8 cameras)
|Booting time||<30s (from powered on to start recording)|
|Encoder||H.264 main/high profile, 4CH 1080P/4CH 720P@25FPS/30FPS recording|
|Power||Power in: 8-32V DC, power out for analog camera: 12V/1.5A (4 cameras)|
|Video||Video input||4ch 1080/720/540p analog/AHD cameras|
|Video output||2ch video output (1 HDMI output, 1 CVBS output)|
|Preview||Support full screen/dual view/quad view|
|Record mode||Auto record, schedule record, alarm record|
|Record file||Record video and audio at same time|
|Compression||H.264 (high profile up to level 4.1)|
|Audio||Audio input||4 audio inputs (audio is built in the camera)|
|Audio compression||PMC (according to different camera models)|
|Video process||Record resolution||Supports 1920x1080/1280x720/960x540|
|Bitrate||100-8000kbps for each camera|
|Storage||Supports up to 6TB hard disk, one up to 256G SD card|
|SD card can be used as backup storage for hard disk when hard disk error|
|Alarm||Alarm input||3 alarm sensors input, 1 speed input, 1 ignition input, 1 panic button alarm, 1 G-sensor alarm|
|Alarm output||1 beeper, alarm OSD|
|Event||Video loss event, over speed event, g-sensor event, storage event, motion detection event, panic button event|
|Communication||RS485||One RS485 port|
|RS232||One RS232 port (for GPS)|
|RJ45||One RJ45 port, 100m network|
|USB||One USB, can be used for mouse, USB stick|
|3G/4G||Optional, built in|
|Location||Location||Location feature is optional, supports GPS/GLONASS/BEIDOU, recording location, speed, live tracking|
|Firmware||Frame rate||Recording frame rate: 1-30fps selectable for each camera|
|OSD||Display and record time, license ID, camera name, location, speed|
|Firmware upgrade||Can use hard disk/USB disk/SD card/remote upgrade via 4G|
|Play back||Supports play back, file listed by time, alarm|
|Play speed||Supports from 1/32 to 32|
|Software||Player||Player software, play multiple cameras together, can also play the encrypted file|
|CMSV6||Used for 4G/3G model only, support live view/live tracking/historical track/remote upgrade|
|Power input||Power input||8-32VDC|
|Power output||Power output||Power output for cameras: 10.5V/1.5A (8 cameras)|
|Time||Internal clock, can synchronize with GPS|
|Dual bit stream||Two different bit stream for recording and live streaming via 4G/3G|
|Power protection||Protect power from short cut, over load and error connection|
|Default||Can set to default setting|
|Light indicator||Light indicator for power, run, alarm network, 4G/3G|
|Time synchronize||Synchronize with GPS|
|Working condition||Working temperature||-25 to 55°C|
Q. What is mobile DVR?
A. Mobile DVR solutions are RUGGED Digital Video Recorder systems that have been built SPECIFICALLY for TRANSIT / TRANSPORTATION based video surveillance. A mobile DVR (digital video recorder) has been specially designed for applications in buses, trucks, taxi, trams, metro, ambulance and other private vehicles.
Q. What is the difference between a regular DVR and mobile DVR? What is so special about the mobile DVR?
A. The main difference between a regular DVR and a mobile DVR lies in the environments in which they are meant to be used.
POWER SUPPLY – a regular DVR draws power from adaptor / indoor power supply And has steady voltage – DC 12V and constant power supply. Whereas, a mobile DVR is powered by the vehicle & supports wide voltage input/ unstable voltage during engine start-up or braking when voltage falls to 8V or less or spikes up to as high as 36V.
ANTI-VIBRATION MECHANISM – a mobile DVR is constructed keeping in mind the Vibration which is inevitable in vehicles as they are constantly in motion; which may lead to mechanical failure. The mobile DVR uses materials used for anti-vibration / shock-proof mechanisms.
DUST PREVENTION & HEAT DISSIPATION – a regular DVR is installed in open/well ventilated area and has simple design to dissipate heat working temperature range -10° ~50°C. A mobile DVR is made for installation in confined spaces and compartments where working temperature may range from -20° ~70°C and up to 95% humidity. The material & construct of the DVR allows heat dissipation and reduces dust from entering.
CONSTRUCT – a regular DVR utilizes BNC connector cable whereas the mobile DVR has aviation specification interface in place to combine devices- a rugged and solid Interface which ensures continuous transmission of power, signals and other data without failure.
DATA TRANSMISSION – regular DVR requires LAN connection / and recommended 4G/3G dongles for data transmission. Does not have GPS, or any secondary data storage option.
A Mobile DVR utilizes Wi-Fi, 4G & 3G networks, which enable real-time transmission of data collected from the vehicle in – video, location, speed and inertial measurements.
Q. What is the difference between a regular DVR and mobile DVR w.r.t remote monitoring?
A. A regular DVR for remote monitoring has the option of cloud and DDNS. A DVR can be directly viewed through the cloud, whereas in the case of mobile DVR a server needs to be created.
Q. What technology does the mobile DVR support? HD-SDI, HD-CVI, AHD, HD-TVI?
A. The mobile DVR supports AHD technology- supports only analog HD cameras. Analog High Definition
Q. Where does the mobile DVR draw its power from?
A. The mobile DVR is powered by the vehicle it is installed in – connected with the vehicle battery (“RUN” terminal of the ignition switch), and powers on only when the vehicle engine is turned on.
Starting Up the DVR
To start up the DVR with vehicle ignition-
DVR + Vehicle Battery Connection:
The ignition switch is connected to the positive pole of the vehicle batteries. Please make sure that the connection is correct, and then follow the procedure below:
1. Connect the “DC IN +” of DVR to the positive pole of vehicle batteries;
2. Connect the “DC IN -” to the negative pole of vehicle batteries;
3. Connect the “KEY +” of DVR to the vehicle ignition switch;
4. Lock the hard disk/ SD Card;
5. When the vehicle is switched on, the DVR will start up with the vehicle.
Q. How long does the DVR take to start/ switch off?
A. DVR starts along when the engine is turned on, the only time taken is for booting. When the engine is switched off the DVR shuts down within 12 seconds. (Thanks to a built-in super capacitor which works as backup power- in case of sudden outage, the super capacitor keeps the device power on, write all the recorded data into the SD card/HDD and then shutdown the system.)
Q. What is the power requirement for the mobile DVR? Ideal power supply
A. Power requirement range 8V DC ~ 36V DC.
Q. Does the mobile DVR come with standby mode in case of low battery voltage?
A. Yes, the mobile DVR comes with a smart power management system. If the DVR detects that the battery’s voltage is lower than the given value, the device will shut down automatically and switch to its ultralow standby consumption.
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