16-channel hybrid recorder for a combination of up to eight analog and eight IP cameras or up to 16 IP cameras, with built-in PoE
For customers who want to improve the video quality from their existing analog cameras, and/or want the option to install a combination of IP and analog cameras, March Networks® hybrid recorders are the most robust, reliable, and feature-rich recorders on the market. The 8716 P hybrid recorder supports up to 16 cameras (analog and/or IP), and offers intuitive software for identifying fraud and monitoring store operations. The recorder’s built-in PoE switch makes it easier and more cost-effective to transition to IP video.
▼ Built-in Class 3 PoE. A power budget of 64 watts is shared between the eight PoE ports, accommodating up to five Class 3 devices. This means the recorder powers the cameras without the need for an external PoE switch, reducing the overall equipment cost.
▼ Easy migration to IP. The built-in PoE functionality simplifies the migration from analog to IP cameras because it eliminates the need to order, install and maintain an external PoE switch.
▼ Embedded, Linux-based, and purpose-built. Customers can spend more time performing investigations and less time dealing with maintenance issues that can plague a PC-based recorder.
▼ Powerful video management software. With March Networks Command™ Recording Software and Command Enterprise Software, customers are equipped with the features and tools they’ll need to easily manage their video surveillance system.
▼ Integrate surveillance video with POS, teller and ATM transaction data. Customers can combine the recorder with March Networks Searchlight™ for alerts about potential theft, and powerful search tools that reduce investigation times from hours to minutes.
▼ Local display of all connected cameras. Customers and staff will know they’re being protected.
▼ QR Code. Use March Networks’ free GURU Smartphone App to scan the recorder’s front panel QR code for instant product information, like serial number, warranty information, etc.
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