Zmodo DVR-H9104V is a 4 channel, fully integrated, real time, and hardware based standalone digital video recorder. This standalone DVR is based on an embedded Linux operating system and includes a remote control for easy setup and operation. With the Pan/Tilt/Zoom (PTZ) camera control, network access, and USB2.0 backup, this DVR is perfect for the home or small business. The DVR uses the latest in compression technology, H.264, to be able to record amazing quality video without using up a large amount of storage space. The H.264 compression allows crisper, cleaner images to be recorded and still be capable of weeks of recording on motion detection mode. A variety of recording modes are supported by this DVR. These include scheduled recording, motion detected recording, continuous recording, or a combination of any modes.
In addition, this DVR supports Live View via Smart Phone & 3G Mobile with each of those systems below:
b) Google Android
c) Blackberry™ OS as of now: V4.6
d) Running Windows Mobile™ Pro 5.0 & 6.1 Operating System
e) Running Symbian Operating System: S60 3rd & S60 5th.
* Embedded Linux OS
* H.264 Hardware Compression
* 500GB HD Installed and Configured
* Supports up to 2TB HD
* Video Input / Output: BNC 4/BNC 2
* Audio Input / Output: RCA 4/RCA 2
* Other Video Output: VGA
* Signal System: NTSC / PAL
* Display: 120 fps
* Record: 120 fps
* Recording Mode: Continuous/Scheduled/Motion
* Display Mode: Each/All/Auto Switch/Hidden
* Playback Search: Time & Date, Event List
* Network: RJ45 TCP/IP or DDNS
* Remote Access: LAN or IE Browser
* IR Remote Control
* Support Live! Preview via 3G Mobile
* PTZ via RS-485 Port
* (1) DVR-H9104V DVR System
* (1) IR Remote Control
* (1) User's Manual
Posted by Dennis Wissler on 11th Feb 2013
If I could list a feature that could have a better explanation for is the "manual record". If when istalling the DVR for the first time, all channels are "checked" in the "manual record" function, there will be confusion when after setting the motion record schedule, you still have the grey dot on the screen and motion record won't function. The cure is to access the "manual record" and uncheck all channels.
Posted by Kevin on 24th Oct 2012
I've had this system for over a year and it works perfect.