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FAQ Frequently Asked Questions
DVR stands for Digital Video Recorder. A Security DVR is capable of taking the video from digital or analog cameras and recording it into a digital format on a hard drive. It can record high quality video, maintenance free, for weeks or even months. An ideal replacement for time lapse VCRs.
A video capture card or DVR card is a graphic card inside the Security DVR system which captures the signal from the cameras and stores the video on the hard drive.
The length of archive depends on number of cameras, frames per second (FPS) and amount of available hard disk space. Our preconfigured systems usually provide several weeks of archive on motion detect mode.
Motion detection works through the software in the DVR system by recording video when pixels in the image change. Most Security DVRs offer a sensitivity scale so the user can set the sensitivity of the motion detection.
Yes, most of our Security DVR systems are Internet enabled. You can view live and recorded video from anywhere through the Internet.
Basic DSL or cable will suffice in most cases.
Most Internet-enabled Security DVR systems allow multiple users to view the same site simultaneously. However, as more people look at the same cameras/DVR at the same time, the bandwidth will be shared between them.
Yes, if the Security DVR system comes with an audio option you can record audio. Most analog cameras do not come with built in audio, so you will probably need a separate audio kit.
Yes, some of our Security DVR systems have that option. With an optional audio module, you can listen to live and recorded audio from anywhere through the Internet.
This will depend on the size and layout of the area you wish to survey. On average, we recommend one camera per 1000 Sq. Ft.
Yes, you can use your existing CCTV cameras. Simply plug them into the back of the Security DVR which replaces the VCR.
Micop CCTV carries a large selection of security camera lenses, but the lens you will need depends on where you plan to use it. Review our Lens Selection Chart to determine the type of lens that is best suited to your needs.
An auto iris lens provides consistent video signal in areas where light levels vary.
Illumination is measured in units called Lux. For more information, please refer to our LUX Explanation Page.
Yes, but you need a special camera called a Pan-Tilt-Zoom or PTZ camera. Browse our selection of PTZ cameras and find the one that is right for you.
Most PC-based Security DVR Systems use Windows 7 Professional, and Standalone Security DVRs are Linux based.
Siamese cable, which is an RG59 coaxial cable and a pair of 18 gauge wire in the same jacket to make installation easy. Check out our cables page and find the length you need.
Most Security DVRs will come back on as soon as power is restored. However, we suggest an uninterruptable power supply (UPS) which provides a short period of backup power and also serves as a surge protection device.
Yes, some Security DVRs have that option.

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