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64ch, 12MP Resolution, 8-bay HDD, H.265 NVR

by Uniview
SKU: NR648X-32T
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This product is intended to be purchased by installers only


64ch, 12MP Resolution, 8-bay HDD, H.265 NVR

Uniview Tec's network video recorders are packed with latest video surveillance features. Featuring 64 channels, this NVR has H.265 compression for best-in-class recording and storage performance. It is capable of recording up to 12MP resolution images and can display up to 4k resolution images on HDMI2 output. The easy plug and play functionality with automatic device discovery and display makes installation and operation simple. This NVR also supports up to 8 SATA HDDs with up to 10TB each. Upgrade your surveillance network with an NVR from Uniview Tec today. 


  • 64ch network recorder with H.265 Compression for Best-in-Class Recording and Storage Performance
  • Supports recording of up to 12MP (4000 x 3000) Resolution Images
  • Display 4k (3840 x 2160) Resolution Images on HDMI2 Output
  • Concurrent Independent Display on first HDMI and VGA Monitor Outputs
  • Easy Plug and Play Functionality with Automatic Device Discovery and Display
  • Supports 8 SATA HDDs up to 10TB each for 80TB total
  • Supports RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10
  • ONVIF Profile Series Compliant
  • Powerful Video Content Analysis Features such as Cross Line Detection, Audio Detection, Scene Change, People Counting
  • Supports Various Fisheye Camera Dewarping Modes for Live View and Playback Through GUI and VMS Software
  • Supports Cloud Upgrade for NVR and Cameras, with Automatic Detection of Latest Firmware and Upgrades
  • Supported by Uniview Tec Guard Station Client Software and Guard Viewer Mobile Apps for iPhone and Android Devices


Additional Product Information

If an NVR is sent in for warranty repair with an after-market hard drive and the hard drive is found to be the issue, diagnosis and repair fees may apply.