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Mobile DVR

Go through the wide range of Mobile DVR which is a rugged digital video recorder system that have been built specifically for transit / transportation-based video surveillance. This DVR (digital video recorder) has been specially designed for applications in buses, trucks, taxi, trams, metro, ambulance and other private vehicles. Mobile DVR is available in few varieties such as Mobile Vehicle DVR, and 4 Channel Mobile DVR. A DVR is basically a VCR that uses a hard drive instead of video tapes. It can be used to record, save, and play back television programs. This system provides dozens of attributes that make them a purpose-built solution for mobile surveillance, video security and tracking. This include optimized design for anti-vibration and anti-shock resistance that usually has a special mounting bracket.

Mobile DVR Features:

1. Video Recording: Mobile DVRs can record video footage from multiple cameras simultaneously. The number of camera channels supported depends on the DVR model.

2. Audio Recording: Many Mobile DVRs also support audio recording, allowing you to capture audio alongside video.

3. High Definition (HD) Recording: Some Mobile DVRs support HD video recording to ensure clear and detailed footage.

4. GPS Tracking: Integrated GPS allows the Mobile DVR to record location data along with the video, enabling real-time tracking of the vehicle's route and position.

5. 3G/4G/Wi-Fi Connectivity: Mobile DVRs may have built-in cellular connectivity or Wi-Fi, enabling live streaming, remote access, and data transfer.

6. Storage: These DVRs come with internal storage (e.g., hard disk, solid-state drive) to store recorded video data. Some models may also support external storage options like SD cards or USB drives.

7. Loop Recording: To efficiently use storage space, Mobile DVRs often employ loop recording, which overwrites the oldest footage when the storage is full.

8. Event Triggering: Mobile DVRs can be configured to start recording based on predefined events such as sudden acceleration, harsh braking, or collision detection.

9. G-Sensor: A G-sensor (or accelerometer) detects sudden movements or impacts, and it triggers the DVR to save and protect the footage from being overwritten.

10. Remote Access: Many Mobile DVRs offer remote access capabilities through dedicated software or mobile apps, allowing users to view live or recorded footage from their smartphones or computers.

11. Live Streaming: Depending on the model and connectivity options, some Mobile DVRs support live streaming of video and audio data to a central monitoring station.

12. Tamper-Proof Design: Mobile DVRs are often designed to be tamper-resistant, ensuring the recorded data's integrity and preventing unauthorized access.

13. Power Management: Since they are used in vehicles, Mobile DVRs have power management features, including voltage protection and the ability to shut down gracefully during power loss to prevent data corruption.

14. Multi-Camera View: Users can typically view feeds from multiple cameras simultaneously using the Mobile DVR's interface.

15. Real-Time Alerts: Some advanced Mobile DVRs can send real-time alerts for specific events, such as vehicle speed violations or unauthorized camera tampering.

Mobile Vehicle DVR

  • Supply Ability:1000 Per Month
  • Sensor Type:CMOS
  • Camera Style:Bullet Camera
Price: 2000.00 - 5000.00 INR/Piece

4 Channel Mobile DVR

  • Supply Ability:1000 Per Month
  • Camera Style:Bullet Camera
  • Sensor Type:CMOS
  • Product Type:4 Channel Mobile DVR
  • Usage:industrial
Price: 2000.00 - 5000.00 INR/Piece

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