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The DVR can send video data from one location to another over the Internet to remote computers or to mobile phones for true 24/7 remote monitoring, making it one of the best CCTV transmission devices on the market.

Live images can be viewed remotely over the Internet via a web browser or by its own client software, as well as the built in mobile phone software.

To run the client software we recommend a minimum computer hardware of Pentium 4, 2.0 GHz CPU; 512 Ram; Windows 2000; IE 5.0; 1024 x 768, 16 bit screen resolution; 75Mb of disc space minimum; And a graphics card with ATI or NVIDIA chip sets supporting DirectX video overlay.

With real time recording on every channel, 4 audio inputs, DVD backup, 2-way talkback and the very latest compression technology H264, the DVR is far from an “ordinary” DVR.

Supplied with free mouse and a remote control the DVR is easy to set up and control.

It offers local and remote control of PTZ cameras.

Easy back up to local (USB or DVD/CD) or to remote (over a network) storage.

With a compatible mobile phone you can view live images and control PTZs (pan and tilt only). All Android, IPhone, certain Blackberrys and certain Symbions.