Got a client who's Mac-centric? Got a
client who speaks Spanish as his/her native language, or have
Spanish speakers in the same home who will need to use the DVR?
The Nubix HDX series may be perfect for you.
Easy to Understand
LINUX lies at the core of this standalone security DVR
system. This operating systems is rock solid and secure.
Upgrading is a snap, using a flash drive and easy to follow
on-screen instructions. You can download upgrade for free from
our dedicated support site.
Non-English speakers are comfortable
with the Nubix 16HDX. It can provide Spanish, Czech, English,
Portuguese and many other languages, including Hebrew and
several Asian selections. This is a great feature when a user
needs to call in to a location and have a person who may not be
familiar with the DVR perform some necessary function. Ease
of use is what it's all about.
Easy LAN Connection and Setup
Connect to local area networks
quickly using the RJ45 style connector on the back. You can
expect trouble-free communication with TCP/IP, DHCP, DDNS and PPoE
Hybrid operation allows this DVR to
connect to standard CCTV cameras and IP cameras. This can be
an important consideration if your client is looking to
upgrade to IP camera technology.
Fast with D1 Resolution for Those Who Need It
Just like you would expect from a
professional DVR, this products contains all the video
processing power required to record video from 16 cameras at
once in D1 resolution, with frame rate set to
real time for each
is the picture quality normally associated with DVD movies.
Technically, that's 720x480 pixels here in the USA (using
NTSC format - PAL format, used in other counties, is
is a frames-per-second term that indicates at least 30fps or
greater. Capturing and storing pictures from 16 cameras with
audio at D1 resolution at this speed puts a heavy load on
your equipment. The Nubix HDX series can handle it easily.
MAC & iPhone Compatibility
Gone are the dark surveillance days when
Mac users couldn't get remote views of their Nubix products. Not
only can Mac users view streaming video straight from this
product, they can also use their iPhones for mobile
surveillance. (NOTE: Mac users will need to use the Safari
Beware of Mac Tricks Used Elsewhere
Don't be fooled by other so-called "Mac
compatible" security DVRs that actually route the DVR video
stream to a secondary location where it is modified (and also
logs your passwords when you connect) to comply with Mac
hardware standards. These servers can be anywhere, and are often
in countries where local laws governing security or
non-existent or unenforceable.
This DVR has all the hardware it needs
for Mac connectivity already inside it. That means your
Safari browser can connect directly to the box. No in-between conversions at other host
servers are necessary - just you, your MAC, and the DVR. This
makes the connection as secure as it can be.