The CP Plus NVR Solo is a stand alone network video recorder that supports up to 8 IP cameras. The CP Plus Solo NVR uses an embedded Linux operating system to prevent windows crashing and viruses. The max bandwidth throughput allows users to record up to 16 cameras at up to 15 frames per second in 1080P (1920 x 1080) and up to 30 frames per second in 720P (1280 x 720) resolution. The Solo can be controlled from both Windows and the included IR remote control. In addition users can view the cameras from iPhone, iPad, and Android using the free mobile apps from CP Plus. The Solo NVR allows users to start with a 8 channel network video recorder and scale up to 16 cameras by adding additional software licenses in increments of 1, 2 and 4 channels.
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Before purchasing, please confirm that you cameras are compatible with CP Plus. If you are looking for certain features such as Motion Detection or PTZ, confirm it is on the CP Plus NVR Solo Supported Camera List.
CP Plus Solo NVR Features
Stand-Alone Linux Embedded NVR
Up to 16 channels of IP cameras per Server
Base Models Support 4 IP Cameras
Easy Upgrade of Licenses (up to 8 channels)
RAID 0 and 1 Disk Support
Dual Gigabit Ethernet Ports
Dual Video Stream Support
HDMI and VGA Monitor Output
IP Decoding of 1280 x 720 at 30fps
Windows Client Software for Viewing & Playback
Optical PTZ Support – Users can click on the video
screen to control PTZ cameras
5x USB 2.0 Ports
Configurable Public and Private Views
iPhone, iPad, and Android Mobile Apps
IP Decoding of 1920 x 1080 at 15fps
60Mbps Recording Performance
NVR Network Diagram
The above network diagram illustrates a hybrid surveillance camera installation using the CP Plus NVR Solo. On the left, the NVR Solo is connected to an IP cameras and a burglar alarm I/O device with a converter box. On the right, there are three client applications accessing the NVR. These connections can be on the local network of the NVR or remotely over the Internet. The viewing clients can be on a Windows PC. The mobile viewer clients can be on an iPad, iPhone or Android mobile device.