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CCTV DVRs & Digital Video Recorders

ApexCCTV provides a wide selection of feature rich security DVRs that are perfect for home, business, retail, and government security installations. Our versatile CCTV DVRs come standard with advanced surveillance features such as motion detection recording, H.264 video compression, automatic e-mail alerts, and our DVRs are iOS / Android compatible for remote viewing on your smartphone or tablet. Every CCTV DVR is backed by a 2 year warranty and free lifetime technical support.

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PC-Based DVRs
PC-Based DVRs
Starting at $945.00
GeoVision Tower |  GeoVision Rackmount
Standalone DVRs
Standalone DVRs
Starting at $129.00
iPhone Enabled Systems
iPhone Enabled Systems
Starting at $129.00
DVR Cards
DVR Cards
Starting at $109.00
Network Video Recorders (NVRs)
Network Video Recorders (NVRs)
Starting at $349.00
NVR Software
NVR Software
Starting at $97.00

Security DVR FPS Setting Comparison

One of the quickest ways to conserve storage space on your DVR's hard drive is to adjust the frames per second (FPS) recording settings. In a nutshell, video feeds from your cameras are a series of still images viewed sequentially to simulate motion. The FPS setting on your CCTV DVR determines how many images are captured each second so the higher the FPS setting, the more images that are captured each second and the more fluid the video feed appears. Most video recorders' default recording setting is 30fps and, as seen in the video below, can easily be reduced to 15fps without a major loss in fluidity while saving you nearly half the storage space!


Types of Connections on Digital Video Recorders

This video demo covers the various connections that can be used to hook up security cameras to your CCTV DVR and their monitors. Having secure connections between the components in your video security system is vitally important as a loose connector or connection can cause a degradation in the video quality recorded by your digital video recorder.


CCTV DVR Setup - Connecting Cameras & Power Supplies to Your DVR

Setting up a DVR system in your home or office can be incredibly daunting if you've never installed one before or seen the back of a DVR. There are dozens of connections that can throw you for a loop and we've made this step by step video demo to walk you through the process.

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