- What is the difference between a static IP and a dynamic IP?
- What is DVRNS?
- Approximately how many feet of RJ12 cable can be ran before a line amplifier is required?
- How does images per second affect the DVR HDD space?
- How does motion sensing and cameras work with the DVR?
- Can I review recorded video and keep recording at the same time and not lose any recording time?
- Can I switch from a split screen view (4, 8 or 16 cameras per screen) to a single camera view and keep recording all the cameras at the same time?
- Can I record audio on my DVR?
- How much time will a hard drive record for?
- Can I view video from the DVR on my TV or do I need a monitor?
- Can I make my own cables?
- Is the dome camera an indoor or outdoor camera?
- Can I connect a VGA monitor and CRT monitor at the same time?
- I’m unable to program my DVR to record from 1900 (7 a.m.) to 0700 (7 a.m.) and the DVR will not let me program past 2400. Why is that?
- Can I connect any BNC cameras to the DVR?
- Which ports do I need to open on my computer to be able to view video remotely?
- What is the username and password?
- Is there a max size of video that I can record to a flash drive?
- When I pull up Webguard, on Firefox or Safari nothing happens?
- What are These Extra ports on the back of my DVR?
- What are BNC Ports?
- What comes with Revo Elite / BNC Cameras?
- What if I want to upgrade my Firmware or Hard Drive in a Revo America DVR? R16DVR3 or R16DVR4
A static IP is a fixed IP address assigned to you by your internet provider that will never change. A dynamic IP is a constantly changing IP address that could change at any point.
It is the DVR domain name server that you can login to the DVR remotely without typing in the IP address. For example if you name your DVR Securitall, you would type in the name Securitall instead of 192.168.1.1. It is easier to remember a name instead of an IP address.
600 feet without a line amplifier, 1200 feet with a line amplifier.
4. How does images per second affect the DVR HDD space?
The greater the images per second, the more disk space is used up when recording.
DVR's detect motion by looking at the video pixels (little light and dark dots that make up the video picture) as the pixels change the DVR sees motion. DVR's have a "Mask" or overlay for each camera, the screen is divided up into many small boxes called cells. Each cell can be individually turned on or off to enable or disable motion detection in that cell. This allows a camera not to see normally moving objects like trees or fans. Each camera also has a sensitivity level setting that controls the amount of change in motion before the systems triggers. All motion sensing is done in the DVR. The camera has nothing to do with motion sensing, it just provides the video to the DVR.
7. Can I switch from a split screen view (4, 8 or 16 cameras per screen) to a single camera view and keep recording all the cameras at the same time?
Yes, as long as the camera has audio and the camera is connected to any of the first 4 ports on the DVR. Some states do not allow audio recording, make sure to check with your local authorities before recording audio.
It depends on your DVR setup (Basic, High or Best) and your hard drive capacity. With the same hard drive capacity, setting DVR with High Quality image will shorten your recoding time. 160GB HDD on 4 Channel DVR with best quality image last for 1 week.
No, you can only use a CRT monitor or a VGA monitor
11. Can I make my own cables?
No, our cables are double shielded cables that are proprietary to REVO
Indoor only, it is not weather proof or resistant
No, it can only be one or the other. But you can split the VGA or the RCA Connection to mulitple monitors.
You have to enter 2 lines. The first line is from 1900 to 2400 and the second line would be from 0000 to 0700.
Only the 16 channel DVR has the capability to use BNC cameras. It has 8 RJ12 connections and 8 BNC connections.
8016, 8200, 10019, 8116 and 12088
Admin and no password
2 G is the max
Webguard only works on Internet Explorer
On our bigger DVRs, such as the 16 channel, or the high-end pro units such as Revo Elite, there are BNC ports that are circular,
Short for Bayonet Neill Concelman connector, (sometimes erroneously called a British Naval Connector or Bayonet Nut Connector,a type of connector used with coaxial cables such as the RG-58 A/U. All Revo Elite, PTZ Cameras, and Pro cameras will need BNC ports to connect to, or Converter Kits
Right now just the camera is included,you have to make sure to have BNC cable, and a source of power for the camera, since power is not carried on a normal BNC Cable, but it is on a Siamese BNC Cable
Right now Here is a list of Hard Drives that you can get that will work great with your DVR, remember to upgrade the FirmWare for your DVR, and check out the Revo America Download Section Here