16 channel PoE NVR

16 channel PoE NVR supports up to 5-megapixel resolution

Unifore is delighted to introduce you the 16 channel PoE NVR supports up to 5-megapixel network cameras, the model EN6263-PoE. The NVR is suitable for small and medium sized IP video surveillance applications. It’s based on embedded Linux OS and Hisilicon video decoding processor to offer you reliable performance with high durability.

PoE IEEE 802.3af and IEEE 802.3at

PoE (Power over Ethernet) is the name of a number of methods that allow for powering network devices through UTP/FTP cables. This way it is possible to power devices such as cameras, phones, switches, access points, etc. In 2003, the IEEE established 802.3af PoE standard, upgraded to 802.3at in 2009. 802.3at distinguishes between the first type (prior 802.3af) and the second type with maximum transmitted power of 30 W, nearly two times higher. The second type is suitable to power cameras with high-power IR illuminators, IP telephones, small network printers etc.

WiFi or PoE for IP camera, which is the best?

As one of pioneer digital camera manufacturers, we are providing many types of IP camera which support additional functions such as WiFi wireless connection, PoE, local video storage..etc. If you can get the IP camera that supports both WiFi and PoE, this is great. Unfortunately, such kind of IP camera is much more expensive than traditional IP camera. Moreover, it's unnecessary to have both WiFi, and PoE features.