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That’s quite impressive, I tell you. PROS:Excellent image quality with 4MP cameras, max 8MP supportedWide 3rd party camera support through ONVIF standardIR LEDs provide night vision capabilityRedundant storage supported due to dual SATA interface8 channel synchronous playbackAdvanced motion detection methods such as line crossing, intrusion or dwell detection supportedGreat value for moneyUSB Backup featureLaView will customise the kit to your exact needsCONS:Incoming bandwidth of 80 Mbps limits maximum bandwidth per camera to 10 MbpsCheck Price on AmazonBack to comparison tableBest 16 channel NVR KitsBest Budget 16 ch NVR Kit: Reolink 4MP 16 channel NVR Kit with 8x 4MP PoE cameras and 3TB hard drive Reolink RLK16 410B8 NVR Features16 channel recording @ 4MP supportedPoE enabled3TB hard drive included, max. Support for 4MP cameras is impressive at this price level, but note that it cannot simultaneously play back more than 4 channels. The hardware is not powerful enough to simultaneously playback 16x4MP streams. Its a great option if you are on a budget but I would encourage you to look at our best value recommendation below. PROS:Good image quality with 4MP camerasIR LEDs provide night vision capabilityExcellent value for moneyUSB Backup featureCONS:No advanced motion detection methods such as line crossing, intrusion or dwell detectionNVR doesn’t support ONVIF standard for automatically adding 3rd party IP camerasCan playback only 4 channels simultaneously synchronous playbackNo redundant storage supportNo remote controlCheck Price on AmazonCheck Price on Reolink. comBack to comparison tableBest Value 16 ch NVR Kit: LaView 6MP 16 channel NVR Kit with 12x 2MP PoE cameras and 3TB hard drive LaView LV KN996P1612A4 T3 LV N9916C6E NVR Features16 channel recording @ 6MP supportedPoE enabled3TB hard drive included, max. I believe its great value though as most people can do just fine with 1080p resolution. What is more important is that it supports advanced motion detection algorithms to cut down on false alerts. Besides you can always add more higher resolution cameras as 4 PoE ports are available for further expansion. Although it come with only 1 hard drive, you can add up to 4 in total for an amazing level of redundancy.

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home monitoring systems

Perhaps you have been exposed to a traumatic event such as being stalked, attacked, or cyber bullied, etc. at some point in your life and you just want something to make you feel more secure. In this case, you will probably want a security system that has a quality control panel with a panic button, loud siren, two way talk feature, high quality surveillance cameras with real time recordings and cloud storage, a doorbell camera, and some home automation features that will enable you to monitor and control your system remotely. These will also give you the backup and proof you need if for any reason you have to get the authorities involved. If your hands always seem to be full, then home automation is something you will probably want to consider. When you have kids, pets, or are generally just a busy person and your hands are always full, having smart locks and lights will give you a handsfree feature you probably need.

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security for business

If you may be moving in the near future, it’ll cost you $99 to take the system with you. You could alternatively renew your contract, but then you’d be locked in for even longer. Vivint will waive any cancellation fees for extenuating circumstances like death, military circumstances, bankruptcy, or a move to assisted living. Still, it’s best to be intentional if you decide on Vivint. ADT doesn’t have the strongest customer service reputation among the companies we considered, racking up more than 3,000 complaints on its Better Business Bureau page. While we chalked most of this up to the fact that ADT has several million more customers than its competitors, our tester began his call with low expectations.

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