- Real-time monitoring and recording (video/audio) from multiple IP cameras (up to 4 channels)
- High quality H.264, MPEG-4, M-JPEG, and MxPEG recording (depending on the camera models)
- Complete recording features
- Megapixel recording (up to 4-megapixel)
- PC-less network surveillance by HD local display
- Multi-server monitoring (up to 120 channels)
- Dual display mode
- Video search by date and time, timeline, and event
- Intelligent video analytics (IVA)
- Multi-view playback from multiple NVR servers
- Digital watermarking
- Advanced event management
- Real-time SMS and email alert
- Live monitoring on Windows PDA phone by VSMobile
- Trouble-free installation
- Linux-embedded, highly reliable standalone NVR
- Advanced RAID with hot-swappable hard drives design
- Online RAID capacity expansion and online RAID level migration
- UPS Support for 24/7 service
- Intelligent auto power on after power recovery
- Energy-saving design (only 25W in operation)
Number of Channels
HDD Capacity Supplied
0GB (Hard Disk Drives sold seperately to demand)
2 Years Limited
Product Questions (3)
Do you charge VAT on items shipped to Ireland if you are supplied with vat number at order time
Question by: Bob O'Cleary on 22 Mar 2012 22:37:41
Please drop us an email to email@example.com (including your EU VAT number and what items you'd like to purchase) and we'll prepare you a pro-forma invoice with no VAT.
Answer by: Phil Stewkesbury (Admin) on 22 Mar 2012 22:37:41
I'm using Axis P33 and M5013 IP cameras with this QNAP NVR, I can hear audio from the cameras when I live view them directly via Internet Explorer, but not via my NVR's monitor or playback (nor via the QNAP Vmobile App) - any suggestions?
Question by: Paul on 15 Sep 2011 10:44:49
You need to change your camera's audio settings to use G711/G726(32K) audio format, audio should work fine with the QNAP in live and playback then.
Unfortunately, the Vmobile App does not currently support audio to mobile phones etc.
Answer by: Phil Stewkesbury (Admin) on 15 Sep 2011 10:44:49
If we connect IP cameras with audio capability to this PRO NVR, is it possible to listen to the camera's audio when live viewing the camera video? (assuming we're using a local mouse & monitor directly connected to the QNAP NVR), Thanks.
Question by: Adam on 5 Aug 2011 11:07:54
Yes, no problem, you can plug a USB sound card into one of the USB sockets on the QNAP NVR and use that to connect speakers for audio monitoring.
You can also use a USB joystick to control pan/tilt/zoom (PTZ) IP cameras.
Check the 'Frequently Bought Together' section of the product page for recommended joystick and sound card devices.
Hope that helps ...
Answer by: Phil Stewkesbury (Admin) on 5 Aug 2011 11:07:54
I purchased the QNAP VS-2008 Pro VioStor NVR after the usual half a day of web surfine looking at features and reviews. I have to say the Use-IP site provided a great deal of information and support ...
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