Montavue NVR Series: 16 Channel 4K PoE PRO NVR - Montavue

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hey guys welcome back to Montavue today
we're going to be doing episode 4 as
part of our nvr series this time we're
going to be focusing on our 16 channel
pro series nvr or the mnr12160-16
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so jumping back into the 16 channel pro
it is the pro series because it has
an expanded processing ability as well
as a larger output power capacity
what that means is you guys are going to
be able to put our 4k cameras at 30
frames per second
in addition to that you're going to be
able to use the artificial intelligence
and the smart motion detect and for
those ptz fans out there you can also
use the auto tracking ability on
multiple cameras if you have multiple
so greater processing power just means
greater abilities for your cameras
now for the other nvrs the non-pro
series you're going to be limited to 4k
at 15 frames per second which still
looks fantastic
but for those out there that really want
the crispiest image you could possibly
30 frames per second is the only way to
do that and therefore you're going to
need to upgrade to a pro series nvr
which is the 16 channel and in the next
episode we're going to be covering the
32 channel nvr which is a pro series as
well but with the pro series nvr you
guys will be able to handle 16 cameras
all running those advanced features
without any issues with the recording or
live display so getting into some specs
about these ones
first of all it has two hard drive bays
each bay can hold 10 terabytes of
capacity giving you guys a total
capacity of 20 terabytes on this nvr
next it does have 16 poe ports on the
and what you guys might notice is that
the first eight are actually green and
the second eight are gray now all of
these are poe ports
the difference here is that the green
ports are poe plus ports
so if you guys happen to get your hands
on an e poe camera
basically they're extended cameras that
have the ability to go 600 feet as
opposed to our standard 300 feet for
mountain view cameras
these ports can support those types of
in addition to that we also recommend
any mtz 4250 or mtz8250 be plugged into
those ports simply because they carry a
little bit of extra juice
and those cameras take a notorious
amount of power a few other specs to
cover now this nvr is pretty solid it is
it is completely metal and that means
that it can take a range of temperatures
going from 10 degrees fahrenheit all the
way to 131 degrees fahrenheit so you can
basically put this in any location you
guys can think of the trick here is you
want to make sure that it is a very dry
location these nvrs are susceptible to
moisture damage and so whether you guys
are putting it out in a shed maybe your
guys's basement living room wherever you
decide to put it keep in mind that you
want to avoid any wet spaces or
moisture-rich environments
the processing power on this nvr is
going to be 320 megabits per second
compare that to our standard 16 channel
nvr at 160 megabits per second it
doubles that capacity in addition to
that it also has a greater output power
for your guys's cameras coming in at a
total of 130 watts for output power
which means that you should be able to
plug in quite a few large cameras into
this without overdoing the power
those ptzs can take up to 25 watts per
camera so if you guys are going to fully
load this up with many many ptzs or
strong power cameras
then as soon as you get close to that
130 watt total limit you may need to
look into a poe switch to sort of
supplement those cameras and alleviate
that power struggle that you may
encounter now we're going to do a little
unboxing this is just to show you guys
what to expect when you purchase this
nvr from mod view so within the
accessory box first we're going to see
an hdmi cable this plugs in your nvr to
any monitor or television and can
produce a 4k image for the display after
that we have the power cable this simply
plugs into any standard wall outlet and
will deliver power to your nvr next we
have our cat5 ethernet cable now every
camera you guys purchase will come with
a hundred feet of cable so this one is
just considered an extra so you can
either use this to plug in your nvr to a
router a switch or more likely you'll
just use it like a patch cable next
we're gonna see this usb mouse it is
used to control the interface of your
nvr and you simply just have to plug it
into one of the two usb ports located on
your nvr finally we have these three
components we have the blue sata
information cable we have the
multi-colored hard drive power cable and
then we're gonna see this pink bag with
all these little tiny screws in it
so these three components are actually
used to connect your hard drive to your
nvr internally so if you guys did
purchase a hard drive with your system
it's likely that most of these
components will already be located
inside the nvr so you don't have to
worry about it
it's important to keep in mind you guys
will want to stash this blue cable as
well as any extra screws you guys have
left over because this nvr has two hard
drive bays it's likely you guys only
occupied one with a hard drive leaving
one still left over for any future
so in order to attach another hard drive
to this system you will need one of
these blue sata cables and the hard
drive screws located in the pink back so
keep those someplace safe in case you
need them for the future okay now we're
going to take a look at the nvr starting
off with the back side we're going to
take a look at the power port this is
where the power cable plugs in for power
to the nvr to the right of that we're
going to see the on and off switch
simply just flick this to kill power to
your nvr or to engage it next we have
our 16 poe ports all of these are
capable of delivering 25.5 watts of
power and these ports are all plug and
play all you've got to do is simply
connect the ethernet cable to the back
of this and the other end to your camera
and it should pop up within a couple
minutes on screen
this next little green section here is
our alarm port now this is a very rarely
used component of our nvrs but if you
guys have sensors associated with a
brinks or adt like system you can
actually plug in up to four sensors into
this little module back here that'll
enable you to send alarm signals from
those sensors to the nvr and set certain
parameters associated with those next we
have our vga port this is a display port
capable of outputting up to 1080p
resolution to any display with a
matching input
next we have our hdmi
this is going to output up to 4k
resolution to any hdmi display over here
we have our usb port now this can either
be used to plug in your mouse for
control of the nvr interface or you guys
can plug in a usb flash drive in order
to export footage directly from the nvr
here we have our rs232 port now this is
again a very rarely used port typically
you would plug in a third-party ptz
controller or other types of similar
again you guys will likely never use
this port but it is important to know
that is your rs232 port
all right next we have our network port
this is used to plug into a router or an
extended network basically you're going
to have your green light which is what
indicate power coming through the
network and then you're going to see
this yellow light either blink or it's
steady indicating that it has
information transfer running through it
again you're going to connect this
likely to a router and what this does is
it gives you network access or internet
access for remote viewing
finally we have our mic in and mic out
ports now we did design monteview go for
your phone
to kind of handle all the microphone and
speaker aspects of our system so that
you guys can do two-way audio however
these ports will allow you to plug in a
speaker and a microphone directly to the
nvr in order to engage in the two-way
audio cameras or functions all right
that is all the information i have for
our 16 channel pro series nvr again that
model number is going to be mnr
this is going to be available on the
montavie website i will post a link in
the description below for you guys and
if you have any questions on this nvr or
any of our other montv products feel
free to give a shout out to the tech
support line we are here monday through
friday to answer any questions you guys
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