TRENDnet TV-IP1514PI - IP1515PI and TV-1508

In order for your security solutions to be used in the U.S. market, with TAA regulations, and in other parts of the world, with NDAA, Trendnet has introduced new cameras and an NVR that meet these government requirements.

Designed for indoor and outdoor installation, The new range of PoE Network Cameras of TRENDnet WDR H265, composed of the models TV-IP1514PI (in format bullet) And TV-IP1515PI (in fixed tower format), offer a video resolution of 5 Megapixel, IR Night Vision, Unidirectional Audio & Rating IP66.

Both cameras are delivered with a Video Recorder (Nvr) Eight-channel 4K H.265 PoE, model TV-1508, with which manufacturer offers a complete camera management solution with advanced video playback.

TV-NVR1508 supports simultaneous 4K camera streams and video recording on all channels, With more than a month of continuous recording this resolution. Once the TV-IP1514PI and TV-IP1515PI cameras are connected, this equipment automatically recognizes PoE devices.

This new TRENnet equipment complies with the TAA and NDAA regulations for use in projects both in the United States and in other parts of the world, Respectively. In addition, offer easy cloud installation with P2P QR via free Sentinel mobile apps, as well as the manufacturer's View Manager software.

Key features

  • PoE Cameras IP1514PI (bullet) and TV-IP1515PI (Fixed Tower)
  • Indoor & Outdoor Use (IP66)
  • HD Video of 5 Mp (2.592×1.920Q) To 20 Fps
  • IR LED Night Vision Up To 30 Meters
  • Built-in microphone for one-way audio
  • Programmable motion detection recording and email alerts
  • Micro SD card slot (Until 256 Gb)

NVR PoE TV-1508

  • PoE recording with eight channels
  • Simultaneous Camera Feeds 8 Mp (4K:i) Until 240 Fps
  • Supports H.265 video encoding for high-quality, low-bandwidth streams
  • 3.5 SATA internal drive bay″. Supports up to 12 TB of storage (Separate HDD)
  • Up to external USB port 128 Gb
  • Rackmount hardware included
  • PoE Energy: 56W
  • Onvif Certificate

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By • 20 Jul, 2023
• Section: Deep down, storage, Video surveillance