8CH 1080P/3MP/5MP NVR EN6283-POE

8 Channel 1080P PoE NVR
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EN6283-POE is High Definition (HD) network video recorder which connects up to 8 channel IP cameras. It adopts latest PoE IEEE802.3af standard to provide user plug-and-play setup. This network video recorder has 8CH PoE ports, it can connect to PoE IP cameras directly, which in turn, greatly reduced the installation cost and offering you the most affordable IP surveillance solution.

Offering high definition video recording for 8 channels at real time, support resolutions including 1280x720, 1280x960, and 1920x1080. This NVR has dual local video output design, including a VGA output to work with regular LCD display, and a HDMI output to work with HDTV.

Affordable NVR with advanced function, it support full time recording, manual recording and event detection recording modes which offer you great flexibility to setup a effective video recording system. EN6283-POE supports 4/6/8/16 split views and 15x digital zoom function, one SATA HDD interface, and maximum storage space up to 4TB.

This network video recorder is based on Peer to Peer (P2P) technology to provide simple network connection without hassle. It comes with web interface to allow users remotely access and watch live video online from anywhere. Including free smartphone Apps for both Android and IOS (iPhone, iPad).

EN6283-POE is compatible with Onvif and RTSP protocols, it works with third-party IP cameras from Hikvision, Dahua, Samsung, Axis, BOSCH, LG, Hitachi, Vivotek...etc.

Key Features

  • Linux based standalone network video recorder (NVR)
  • Connects up to 8 IP cameras with PoE
  • Including 8CH PoE ports, IEEE802.3af compliant
  • HD recording at resolution 1080P, 960P, 720P
  • Dual stream technology for network bandwidth efficiency
  • Peer to Peer (P2P), and free cloud connection
  • Support video recording, preview, playback
  • Recording modes include manual, full time, schedule, event detection
  • Support search, playback and backup by event
  • Support PTZ control
  • Included 3 USB ports for mouse control and video backup
  • Internal SATA HDD, works with one 4TB HDD
  • Support VGA and HDMI video output
  • Audio Input and Output for two-way intercom
  • P2P technology, free cloud connection
  • Onvif compliant product

High definition video recording and playback

Based on Linux OS and Hisilicon SoC to provide you high definition video recording with stable performance. Up to 8 channel 1920x1080 recording at real time (30fps). Dual stream technology enables camera record HD video locally, and deliver video streaming at standard resolution (640*480 or 720*576) for smooth remotely viewing.

CIF vs D1 vs 960H vs 720P vs 1080P

8 PoE ports IEEE802.3af standard

Utilizing industrial IEEE802.3af standard, equipped with 8 separate PoE ports to provide you the cost-effective surveillance solution. Plug-and-play, IP cameras can directly connect to NVR, no need network switch.

8CH NVR with PoE

Dual local video output

Support dual local video output, user can connect two monitors for local monitoring. Standard VGA port to connect the regular LCD display and HDMI port to connect the HDTV or HDTV wall.

VGA plus HDMI video output

Audio I/O for two-way audio intercom

This NVR has Audio input and output, supports audio recording and two-way audio intercom, allowing user to setup an audio broadcasting system.

Two way audio communication

8CH PoE NVR Rear Panel

Technical parameters

  • Model: EN6283-POE
  • IPC Channel: 8 Channel
  • Stream quality: 5MP/3MP/1080P/720P
  • Video Resolution: 2592×1944/1080P(1920×1080)/720P(1280×720) 1~30fps
  • Recording Mode: Manual, Full Time, Scheduled, Motion Detection, Alarm Event
  • Playback: 4 Channel playback simultaneously
  • Recording storage: One SATA HDD, Max. 4TB
  • Backup method: USB disc, Network
  • Remotely surveillance: IE browser; support LAN management; client management and remote IE accessing
  • Dual stream: individual setting by each channel
  • Mobile phone surveillance: support (iPhone, Android) operation system
  • Wireless: support 3G/4G and WIFI dongle
  • Compatibility : Onvif 2.4, compatible third-party IP cameras, VMS.
  • Mouse zoom: click any area and 15x zoom in or zoom out on the image by mouse
  • Motion detection: Motion detection area selection, sensitivity 6 grade selection
  • Search: by time (calender), backup, by event,
  • IP video input: 4 Channel 1/100M RJ45 with PoE (Power over Ethernet)
  • Video output: HDTV HDMI, VGA (minimum requirement 1080P)
  • Video compression: H.264/JMPEG
  • Audio compression: Standard G.711
  • Audio output: 1CH BNC
  • Audio talk: two-way intercom
  • Alarm input: none
  • Alarm output: none
  • Network: 10M/100M self-adaptive LAN port
  • RS485: none
  • USB: three USB 2.0 ports
  • E-SATA: None
  • SATA HDD Ports: one SATA HDD ports (max. 6TB)
  • Power supply:   DC48V 4A
  • Consumption: ≤20W without HDD
  • Dimensions: 260mm×220mm×43mm
  • Weight: 1.5kg
  • Ingress protection: None/Indoor usage
  • Connectors: RJ-45 10BaseT/100Base Mbps TX DC jack and 1 Audio in / Audio out, 1 VGA, 1 HDMI
  • Operating Temperature: -10°C to 55°C
  • Operating Humidity: 20% ~ 80% (non-condensing)

Customer Feedback (9)

  • Daniel Colon

    Daniel Colon

    25 February 2016 at 02:19 | #

    Can you please send me price for 50 units? Thank you so much


  • Giuseppe


    22 May 2017 at 01:32 | #

    I've this NVR, two question:
    1. my firmware version is "V4.0[20150808]", is there an update?
    2. What is the rtsp url address to see a single channel?


  • Girigorie


    26 July 2017 at 15:33 | #

    I have a NVR EN6283. What are the apps that a need to download, so i can view my camera's? And how to setup the NVR so it can work with the apps?


  • Unifore


    26 July 2017 at 16:33 | #

    The latest products use AEeye App, the old products use Goolink App.
    Users can easily use the App to remotely watch the HD video, there is no need to tweak the settings of the NVR. However, making sure users can locally access the web interface of the NVR. This means the NVR is able to connect the router for Internet accessing.
    Here is the tutorial: http://www.hkvstar.com/technology-news/how-to-use-aeeye-in-your-smartphone-for-hd-network-video-recorder.html


  • Giuseppe


    28 July 2017 at 03:29 | #

    I found this URL for RTSP,
    for main stream (replace the IP, with the IP of your NVR - replace "ch01" with "ch02", "ch03" etc):

    for sub stream (replace the IP, with the IP of your NVR - replace "ch01" with "ch02", "ch03" etc):



  • Winnipeg


    28 July 2017 at 07:54 | #

    Bought the NVR and with four 2megapixel cameras four 960p cameras, After I connected the network cameras via ONVIF with the NVR, it worked with 960p cameras, but 2 megapixel images showed up then disappeared, it seems the connection was not stable, what is the problem? How to solve this? Btw, not the stream type reason because It works in 1080p mode.


  • Unifore


    28 July 2017 at 09:13 | #

    Hi there,
    When adding the cameras to the NVR, select the UDP in [Network Type] option in channel setting. By using the UDP, the NVR has the capability to deliver smooth HD video. This solves your problem.


  • Chelny


    28 July 2017 at 15:47 | #

    Help! I bought this item a year ago, it worked great. Recently I tried to upgrading my system by adding 5-megapixel cameras. Now the USB mouse is dead, not working anymore.


  • Unifore


    28 July 2017 at 15:55 | #

    Did you try to connect a USB hard drive to the USB ports of the NVR? Besides USB mouse and USB flash driver, users should not connect any other USB devices to the NVR. We have one or two cases that customers reported to us after they tried to connect USB hard drive to the NVR, the USB mouse stopped working.

    The reason is USB ports of the NVR only support low-power USB devices, if connecting the USB hard drive, the USB circuit protection chip will burn out (be damaged). To fix this, you need to remove the USB circuit protection chip.


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