Question about Geovision 32 Channel NVR Software License Third Party IP Cameras
Posted by Anonymous on
Not exactly sure of the question but Geovision does allow for many 3rd party IP cameras to be connected. Check the Geovision website for a full compatibility list. I have personally worked with Hikvision and Vivotek with no issues. You will need to purchase and install a dongle. The dongle comes with software that you will need to install before using the USB dongle. The dongles come in 1, 2, 4, 8 & 16 camera capabilities. There is usually no cost difference to buy two 2 camera dongles or one 4 channel dongle. So get whatever you need. Just be aware that is will look odd having 4 USB sticks protruding from your NVR. There are also some internal dongle options that connect directly to the motherboard.
Posted on Jan 04, 2015
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