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This NVR security camera kit is an entry level model at a very budget friendly price. Amcrest bundles their NVRs and cameras in a wide range of combinations, so you are sure to find a kit that matches your exact needs. LV N9608C8E NVR Features8 channel recording @ 4MP supported, H. LaView is a company that officially re brands Hikvision CCTV equipment. So the hardware is really top notch stuff and that explains the much higher cost compared to Reolink and Amcrest. They will also customise kits to your exact needs, so you can get the best bank for your buck. Audio in/out, alarm in/out, advanced motion detection, NAS/FTP support, you name it, this kit’s got it. By the way did I mention it supports 4K HDMI output?Imagine hooking up this NVR to your 4K TV and see all 8 cameras simultaneously on your high res TV. That’s quite impressive, I tell you. PROS:Excellent image quality with 4MP cameras, max 8MP supportedWide 3rd party camera support through ONVIF standardIR LEDs provide night vision capabilityRedundant storage supported due to dual SATA interface8 channel synchronous playbackAdvanced motion detection methods such as line crossing, intrusion or dwell detection supportedGreat value for moneyUSB Backup featureLaView will customise the kit to your exact needsCONS:Incoming bandwidth of 80 Mbps limits maximum bandwidth per camera to 10 MbpsCheck Price on AmazonBack to comparison tableBest 16 channel NVR KitsBest Budget 16 ch NVR Kit: Reolink 4MP 16 channel NVR Kit with 8x 4MP PoE cameras and 3TB hard drive Reolink RLK16 410B8 NVR Features16 channel recording @ 4MP supportedPoE enabled3TB hard drive included, max. Support for 4MP cameras is impressive at this price level, but note that it cannot simultaneously play back more than 4 channels.

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You can view more of my blogs and editorials at the following websites:Donna Jodhan!Jodhan In today's world, we could never be too safe and cautious when it comes to taking care of our passwoord safety. Almost everything that we do online requires us to have a password in order to access our information. If we need to access our online bills or banking, we need a password in order to do so. If we shop online or need to visit an online library, we need a password in order to login. If we need to access the home page of our blogs, we certainly need a password in order to do so. In so many cases, we often find ourselves having difficulty creating and storing passwords and this is exactly what hackers and identity thieves are depending on; our inability to keep safe and secure our passwords. You see, the creation and storing of passwords are becoming more and more of a primary concern to us and a primary target for hackers and identity thieves. There are really two parts to password security; the creation of a password that cannot be easily hacked, and the storing of the password itself. With the need to create and store multiple passwords these days, we need to find ways to become more creative when creating passwords as well as storing them in safe spots; where only you and you alone will know where to find them. I'd like to give you a few healthy tips when it comes to password security. Do not use the same password for all your needs.

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That makes it a lot more convenient for people with busy schedules. But one problem with this kind of installation is that no one is there to walk you through how the system works. You also don’t have someone to help you get it hooked up, and if you have to work with customer service over the phone, it can become stressful. Still, there’s something that feels quite nice about being able to install the system yourself and to get it working right. Some security systems require incorporating your new system with your existing wiring which means you will need to have the right tools for the job. Anytime you’re dealing with wiring and electricity, you really need to know exactly what you’re doing and have the tools to do it properly.

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