The CP Plus NVR Titan is a stand alone network video recorder that supports up to 64 IP cameras. The CP Plus Titan NVR uses an embedded Linux operating system and File Ring storage system that is designed for enterprise surveillance systems which require recording up to 64 IP cameras (including megapixel cameras). The max bandwidth throughput allows users to record up to 64 two megapixel cameras at 15 frames per second. The Titan is available in tower and rack mount cases. The Titan can be controlled from both Windows and Mac computers using the included client software applications for both platforms. Click here to view PC and Mac NVR software pictures. In addition users can view the cameras from iPhone, iPad, and Android using the free mobile apps from CP Plus. The Titan NVR allows users to start with a 4 channel network video recorder and scale up to 64 cameras by adding additional software licenses in increments of 1, 4, 8, 12, 16, 25, 32 and 60 channels.
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 Titan Supported Camera List.
CP Plus Titan NVR Features
Stand-Alone Linux Embedded NVR
Up to 64 channels of IP cameras per Server
Supports up to 64 5-Megapixel Cameras
(based on H.264, 10FPS, moderate traffic)
Stream up 10-Megapixel Camera Single View
Base Models Support 4 IP Cameras
Easy Upgrade of Licenses (up to 64 channels)
Synchronize User Account across 100 servers
through a single server instantly
4 Hard Drive Bays
RAID 0, 1, 5, 10 Disk Support
Dual Gigabit Ethernet Ports
Dual Video Stream Support
Windows Client Software for Viewing & Playback
Mac Client Software for Viewing & Playback
Enterprise Management of up to 100 Servers, 400
Channels Live View, 100 Channels Playback
Optical PTZ Support – Users can click on the video
screen to control PTZ cameras
The following images were taken from the CP Plus NVR Titan remote client software that works on the LAN where the NVR os located as well as remotely over the Internet. The screen shots are identical for both Windows and Mac viewing software because the client applications are identical. All operations for remote viewing, playback, and NVR controls work on both PC and Mac operating systems.
Please click on the above images for a large screen view
NVR Network Diagram
The above network diagram illustrates a hybrid surveillance camera installation using the CP Plus NVR Titan. On the left, the Titan is connected to an IP cameras, a CCTV cameras with IP video encoder / server, 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 or Macintosh PC. The mobile viewer clients can be on an iPad, iPhone, Android, or Blackberry mobile device.