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GeoVision GV-1120B 16CH. PCI-E (x4) GeoVision GV-1240B 16CH. PCI-E (x4) GeoVision GV-1480B 16CH. PCI-E (x4)

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GeoVision GV-1120B GeoVision GV-1240B GeoVision GV-1480B 16CH. PCI-E (x4)
GeoVision - "B" Version 16Ch. PCI-E (x4) Board, 480FPS Display / 120FPS Record, DVI-Type, H.264 Compression, 16Ch. Audio, Up to 704 x 480 Resolution. Kit Includes DVR Card, User's Manual, Local & Remote Software, Mobile App's Available on App Store.

GV-1120B does not support the TV-Out Function

GV-1120B Is Currently Not Compatible with VIA Series and ATI Series Chipset Motherboards. Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 & Server 2008 Compatible.

Turbo Mode Is Only Applied in VGA and D1 Resolutions.
GeoVision - "B" Version 16Ch. PCI-E (x4) Board, 480FPS Display / 240FPS Record, H.264 Compression, 16Ch. Audio, Up to 704 x 480 Resolution. Kit Includes DVR Card, User's Manual, Local & Remote Software, Mobile App's Available on App Store.

GV-1240B does not support the TV-Out Function

GV-1240B Is Currently Not Compatible with VIA Series and ATI Series Chipset Motherboards. Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 & Server 2008 Compatible.

Turbo Mode Is Only Applied in VGA and D1 Resolutions.1
GeoVision - "B" 16Ch. PCI-E (x4), 480FPS Display / 480FPS Record, H.264 Compression, 16Ch. Audio, Up to 704 x 480 Resolution. Kit Includes DVR Card, User's Manual, Local & Remote Software, Mobile App's Available on App Store.

GV-1480B does not support the TV-Out Function

GV-1480B Is Currently Not Compatible with VIA Series and ATI Series Chipset Motherboards. Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 & Server 2008 Compatible.

Stack (2) GV-1480 DVR Cards to Make a 32Ch. 960FPS DVR System.

Turbo Mode Is Only Applied in VGA and D1 Resolutions.
GeoVision GV-600B 16CH. PCI-E (x1) GeoVision GV-600B 4CH. PCI-E (x1) GeoVision GV-600B 8CH. PCI-E (x1)

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GeoVision GV-600B GeoVision GV-600B GeoVision GV-600B
GeoVision - 16Ch. PCI-E (x1), DVI Type, 30FPS Display / 30FPS Record, H.264 Compression, 1Ch. Audio, Up to 704 x 480 Resolution. Kit Includes DVR Card, User's Manual, Local & Remote Software, Mobile App's Available on App Store.

GV-600 Is Currently Not Compatible with VIA Series and ATI Series Chipset Motherboards. Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 & Server 2008 Compatible.
GeoVision - 4Ch. PCI-E (x1), DVI Type, 30FPS Display / 30FPS Record, H.264 Compression, 1Ch. Audio, Up to 704 x 480 Resolution. Kit Includes DVR Card, User's Manual, Local & Remote Software, Mobile App's Available on App Store.

GV-600 Is Currently Not Compatible with VIA Series and ATI Series Chipset Motherboards. Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 & Server 2008 Compatible.
GeoVision - 8Ch. PCI-E (x1), DVI Type, 30FPS Display / 30FPS Record, H.264 Compression, 1Ch. Audio, Up to 704 x 480 Resolution. Kit Includes DVR Card, User's Manual, Local & Remote Software, Mobile App's Available on App Store.

GV-600 Is Currently Not Compatible with VIA Series and ATI Series Chipset Motherboards. Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 & Server 2008 Compatible.
GeoVision GV-800B 4CH. PCI-E (x1) GeoVision GV-900A 16CH. PCI-E (x1) GeoVision GV-900A 32CH. PCI-E (x1)

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GeoVision GV-800B GeoVision GV-900A GeoVision GV-900A
GeoVision - 4Ch. PCI-E (x1) DVI Type, 120FPS Display / 120FPS Record, H.264 Compression, 4Ch. Audio, Up to 704 x 480 Resolution. Kit Includes DVR Card, User's Manual, Local & Remote Software, Mobile App's Available on App Store.

GV-800B Is Currently Not Compatible with VIA Series and ATI Series Chipset Motherboards. Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 & Server 2008 Compatible.
GeoVision - 16Ch. PCI-E (x1) DVI Type, 240FPS Display / 240FPS Record, H.264 Compression, 8Ch. Audio, Up to 704 x 480 Resolution. Kit Includes DVR Card, User's Manual, Local & Remote Software, Mobile App's Available on App Store.

GV-900A Is Currently Not Compatible with VIA Series and ATI Series Chipset Motherboards. Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 & Server 2008 Compatible.
GeoVision - 32Ch. PCI-E (x1) DVI Type Board, 240FPS Display / 240FPS Record, H.264 Compression, 8Ch. Audio, Up to 704 x 480 Resolution. Kit Includes DVR Card, User's Manual, Local & Remote Software, Mobile App's Available on App Store.

GV-900A Is Currently Not Compatible with VIA Series and ATI Series Chipset Motherboards. Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 & Server 2008 Compatible.
GeoVision GV-900A 8CH. PCI-E (x1) GeoVision GV-5016 PCI-E (x1) GeoVision GV-AS ID Card

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GeoVision GV-900A GeoVision GV-5016 PCI-E (x1) GeoVision GV-AD ID Card
GeoVision - 8Ch. PCI-E (x1) DVI Type Board, 240FPS Display / 240FPS Record, H.264 Compression, 8Ch. Audio, Up to 704 x 480 Resolution. Kit Includes DVR Card, User's Manual, Local & Remote Software, Mobile App's Available on App Store.

GV-900A Is Currently Not Compatible with VIA Series and ATI Series Chipset Motherboards. Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 & Server 2008 Compatible.
GeoVision - Hardware Compression PCI-E (x1) Video Capture Card, 16Ch. 480fps, Supports dual-card mode for up to 32Ch. in one DVR. GV-5016 does not support the TV-Out Function, and currently is not compatible with VIA and ATI series motherboards. GeoVision - GV-AS ID Card Thin Type 13.56.
GeoVision GV-MK135 GeoVision GV-Net Card GeoVision GV-Remote Control

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GeoVision GV-AS ID Key Fob GeoVision GV-Net Card V3.2 GeoVision GV-Remote Control
GeoVison - GV-AS ID Card Tag Type 13.56. GeoVision - GV-Net RS-485 to RS-232 Converter Card. GeoVision - Remote Control Allows for Easy Navigation Without the Keyboard and Mouse.
   
 
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DVR Cards

DVR cards are an important aspect of security surveillance and can transform your computer into a state of the art security system. A DVR card is purchased separately then installed on your computer, giving users the ability to monitor their security systems from their PCs. Top cards, such as Geovision DVR cards are recommended for use and installation on desktop PCs, rather than laptop computers. DVR cards work in conjunction with your entire surveillance system and provide many benefits. By installing a DVR card, you can log into your system from any computer or Internet device around the world and monitor your surveillance system. DVR cards eliminate the need to be in front of your surveillance equipment in order to view, record, or monitor it. Keep in mind that DVR cards may be sold separately and is not necessarily included with a DVR surveillance system. You must ensure your computer is enabled with a DVR card, graphics card, and video card in order for your security surveillance system to be accessed via your computer.

Geovision DVR cards are a popular brand as the cards enable users to access many benefits. Those new to security surveillance will find that Geovision DVR cards enable users to schedule video recordings in advance, receive notifications if the security system detects motion, and gives users access to tune into live monitoring anywhere around the world. For those who are setting up security surveillance that currently do not have DVR cards installed on their computers, manually installing the card is the most viable option. Additionally, DVR cards enable users to build their own surveillance PCs from scratch.

Those using their computers with their security system will find the Internet provides more benefits than traditional Closed Circuit TV systems. By using a computer based surveillance system, you may eliminate the need for numerous cables and design a wireless surveillance system. The ability to tune into your security system from anywhere around the world ensures that you always have access to live video surveillance. Computer based security systems also provide greater storage capacities. Those using video tapes for recording will find they have mountains of tape records to deal with. DVR security systems can enable storage on compact disc as well as on computer hard drives. You may even use external drives to connect to the computer to store videos and surveillance data on.

By using a DVR security server with computer card, you can transmit images over any Internet connection, ensuring you can always access surveillance footage. Some configurations may enable users to access security systems and footage through devices such as iPads, cell phones, and other handheld equipment. When using a computer based security system, you have the option to expand your network by adding additional cameras. Likewise, you will not need to worry about expanding your surveillance system through the use of clumsy or bulky cables but can make an easy, wireless upgrade.

There are numerous people who use surveillance videos ranging from businesses and government organizations to private citizens and homeowners. Video and DVR surveillance systems provide numerous advantages for those seeking security options. Surveillance systems help deter crime and can be used to provide official evidence should one occur. They are cost effective alternatives for those who are considering hiring security guards as camera based security systems may operate 24/7, continually providing live video coverage of an area. There are security cameras designed for night vision, daytime hours, as well as indoor use. Those with large areas to monitor may use multichannel DVR security systems in order to have coverage that is more comprehensive.

Another advantage to using video and DVR surveillance equipment is for legal protection. Many business owners use security surveillance to prevent crime, but it can also help prevent lawsuits or serves as evidence on behalf of the business owner. Those who have become victimized by a frivolous lawsuit may use videotaped surveillance evidence as proof as to what transpired. Those who may try to claim a “slip and fall” will be stunned when surveillance video footage is revealed that proves the truth regarding the incident. Companies will find the benefits of using video security systems immensely beneficial. They may tune in and check on employees at work when out of town, make certain operations are running smoothly, and ensure that their business is safe from criminals. With many types of DVR surveillance systems available to choose from, home and business owners can design a system that will meet their needs while fitting in their budget.