Bosch DVR-670-08A051 is a 670 series fully integrated standalone video management DVR. It belongs to the family of 8/16 Channel DVR (Base Unit). It comes with 500GB HDD.
Bosch DVR-670-08A051 is a 670 series DVR with H.264 video compression and with 8/16 4CIF real-time recorder. The DVR requires no DVD and no HDD. It has a flexible high resolution HDMI and VGA monitor outputs. A hybrid camera for viewing and recording is also provided.
Bosch DVR-670-08A051 uses H.264 video compression technology so that the memory space required can be reduced by 30%, yet quality of the video is maintained. The DVR can record multiple video and audio signals while simultaneously providing live multi-screen viewing. Automatic gain adjustment for each video input feature is also there. It can record at up to 25 (PAL) / 30 (NTSC) ips, per channel at 4CIF resolution. The unit can be easily operated and programmed via the on-screen display menu system using the front panel control keys, the mouse, an IntuiKey Series keyboard or the supplied remote control. Also, alarm recordings (input and motion) and continuous recordings can be split over two partitions. It controls PTZ via RS 485/ RS 232 serial communications.
With various recording options available, Bosch DVR-670-08A051 can record up to Max. 30 IPS per channel, configurable: 30, 15, 7.5, 5, 3, 1 in NTSC and Max. 25 IPS per channel, configurable: 25, 12.5, 6.25, 5, 2.5, 1 in PAL. In normal partition Continuous recording, with or without overwriting, options are available and for event partition options available are Input and motion recording, with or without overwriting. The overwrite mode can then be selected separately for each partition. It is compatible with DVR Viewer iPhone app. Comprehensive search and playback functions provide quick recall and viewing of recorded video.
- 8-channel 4CIF real-time digital recording
- Flexible high-resolution HDMI and VGA monitor outputs
- Easy pan / tilt / zoom camera control
- Remote viewing, playback, control, and configuration
- DVR Viewer iPhone app