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S9378 • 16 Channel 1080p Network Video Recorder



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A powerful ethernet enabled device designed to capture audio and video streaming for IP network cameras. Records up to 16 channels at variable resolutions or frame rates using H.264 compression for maximum storage space. May be fitted with up to three internal SATA drives, providing a maximum of 9TB of storage space. An eSATA interface is provided for additional storage or external RAID backup. The easy to use embedded linux operating system allows footage backup to external USB drive. Several recording modes are provided for flexible recording. These include events such as motion detection, alarm trigger, continuous or manually activated options.
Records upto 16ch of 1080P resolution at 30fps
Live streams 16CH of VGA resolution at 30fps or 4CH 1080P resolution at 23fps.

NOTE: Hard drives sold separately.

Link to Android phone app
Vacron NVR Viewer - Link to Google Play Store

Link to iOS app
Vacron NVR iOS app - Link to iTunes Store


  • H.264 compression
  • Configurable as a NAS box for easy network access to footage
  • USB, eSATA external drive connection
  • Live view 16 channels at D1 resolution, 4 channels at 1080p
  • 16 alarm inputs & 4 outputs
  • 10 users
  • Dual HDMI outputs
  • RCA audio input and output
  • VGA output
  • RS-232 control port
  • Dual gigabit ethernet ports

Installations of CCTV systems can vary greatly in configuration and technical complexity. We recommend that unless you have skills in computer networking that you engage a CCTV installer or professional to set up your installation. The process can involve opening router ports, setting up IP routes etc which can be daunting for a beginner. Every installation is different, as a result, it can be difficult to diagnose set up issues over the phone or via email.


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