LILIN debuts NVR 3 Series Network Video Recorders

posted on Tuesday, 10th October 2017 by Steve May

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IP video security products specialist LILIN has introduced a new generation of Network Video Recorders. The NVR 3 Series, promises improved performance, says the Milton Keynes-based brand, without compromising ease of use. Users of the NVR 3 Series will benefit from 96 Mbps throughput, 480 FPS on all 16 channels, 5MP Camera Resolution.

The NVR 3 Series works with IP drivers for all leading CI platforms, including AMX, Crestron, Control4, Elan, RTI, Savant Systems and URC, and is compatible with all LILIN 4MP cameras. The NVR 3 Series can also be viewed and controlled with the brand’s mobile app, LILINViewer.

The NVR 3 Series lineup is led by the NVR3816, which offers eight internal HDD bays with a capacity up to 64TB, a touch screen, 19-inch-2U rack mount, redundant NIC, redundant PSU and 16DI/4DO.

It’s joined by the NVR3416, with 4 internal HDD bays, up to 32TB capacity and 2DI/2DO, and the NVR3216, offering 2 internal HDD bays, with up to 16TB, 2DI/2DO. A rack mount kit is included with both models.

The range comes with LILIN’s standard 3 year warranty.  

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Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology journalist, who also writes for T3, TechRadar, Home Cinema Choice and ERT (amongst others).

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