Ever innovating for better service, Dahua Technology has launched a new series of digital video recorders comprising XVR5104H-X-4P, XVR5108H-X-8P, and XVR5216AN-X-16P, boasting stronger functions while saving a significant portion of wiring and power cost, thanks to the Dahua HDCVI-PoC technology that realizes transmitting video/audio/power/data over one single coaxial cable, benefiting Dahua customers and end users with true plug & play.
Dahua HDCVI PoC cameras come in two types: AT mode (maximum power consumption≤12W) and AF mode (maximum power consumption≤6W). The new series of recorders support full-channel Dahua AT & AF PoC camera access, regardless of different series and resolutions, with zooms or fixed lens. This is a remarkable improvement in compatibility comparing to their predecessors as well as other brands in the market. Meanwhile, the PoC technology makes it possible for back-end recorders to provide instant power, through the same coaxial cable, to PoC cameras, which is a more stable way of energy supply.
Another huge improvement worth noting concerns the audio quality. Dahua Technology’s -PoC products support broadcast-quality audio, which is far better than ordinary coaxial cable transmission. Moreover, the new back-end products are smart enough to automatically tell if it is a non-PoC camera being connected to the system and decide whether to provide power or shut the power down in one specific channel, thus greater safety.
The beauty of coaxial cable power supply also lies in the much lower cost for users, since separate camera power supplies are no longer needed. Gone with front-end power sources is the complex work of wiring that can only be done manually. In areas where labor cost is infamously high, Dahua Technology’s new series of XVRs are likely to reduce the cost by half or even more.
With aforementioned advantages, Dahua Technology’s new series of XVRs stand as a reasonable choice in various scenarios, such as shopping malls where cameras are required in multiple locations, which adds difficulty to wiring and, consequently, inflating the budget; or parking lots in open spaces where it is very hard to find power sources.