6-Channel Wi-Fi Video Recorder (Art. no. TVVR36500)

  • Simultaneous management of six ABUS IP cameras (4 x WiFi cameras and 2 x network cameras)
  • Includes access point for max. four Wi-Fi cameras for simple set-up with a router
  • Installation wizard with Quick Add function allows cameras to be added with ease
  • Option to save to 2.5" hard disk drive (not included) or external NAS via LAN port
  • Live cast and recording from up to six IP cameras
  • Wi-Fi Video Recorder for personalised configuration
  • Simple and intuitive operation using a mouse and monitor
  • Integrated switch function allows you to connect home appliances via the LAN port (e.g. printers)
  • Mobile access via the ABUS iDVR app

6-Channel Wi-Fi Video Recorder (Art. no. TVVR36500)

State-of-the-art full HD recording
The 6-channel Wi-Fi network video recorder (four Wi-Fi + two via the network) is used for the live view display and recording of up to six ABUS IP cameras with a resolution of 1080p@25fps. Thanks to H.264 compression, the image data is saved in optimum quality, takes up little storage capacity and is ideally suited for network access.

Set up in seconds thanks to the Quick Add function and installation wizard
It’s quick and easy to set up the system: simply connect the video recorder to your router using a network cable. You can then wirelessly connect up to four Wi-Fi cameras to your video recorder using the integrated installation wizard, plug in your monitor and mouse and it’s job done! Recordings can be made manually, following a time schedule or using motion detection. The video recorder has an HDMI connection to connect a monitor. Thanks to its compact cube design, the video recorder fits discreetly into any living room. The network cable between video recorder and router is then only required if external access to the system is to be provided.

Global access via web interface and free app
By setting up the video recorder on the ABUS server (www.abus-server.com), a free DDNS service is used so that you can access the video recorder online at any time. Live images and recordings can be accessed via your browser or app independently of changing IP addresses. The free app for iOS and Android is available for smartphones (iDVR Plus) and tablets (iDVR Plus HD).

Flexible connection of two cameras via the network
Two further cameras can be connected via a router (Ethernet, Wi-Fi) or by plugging a wired connection straight into the video recorder’s network connections.

For 24/7 surveillance, we recommend the TVVR36000H with its 1TB hard disk drive.

Art. no.: TVVR36500
Housing: Cube
Total network throughput (input/output): (50/80) Mbits
Resolution HDMI output: 1920 × 1080P / 60Hz, 1600 × 1200 / 60Hz, 1280 × 1024 / 60Hz,
Decoder power consumption (Live and Playback): 4x 2Mpx, 1x 6Mpx
PoE Mode: 0
Supported IP cameras: TVIP1156x, TVIP21560, TVIP41500, TVIP4x560, TVIP41660, TVIP615x0, TVIP6x560, TVIP82900
Dimensions: 88 x 165 x 90 mm (W x H x D) mm
Alarming: OSD signal, email, CMS
Recording resolution @ frame rate per camera: 1920 x 1080 @ 25 fps, 1280 x 720 @ 25 fps, 640 x 480 @ 25 fps, 704 x 576 @ 25 fps, 352 x 288 @ 25 fps
Recording modes: Manual, time schedule, motion detection, alarm
Width: 88 mm
Height: 165 mm
Max. resolution @ frame rate: 6MPx @ 25 Fps
Max. operating temperature: 40 °C
Max. humidity: 90 %
Min. operating temperature: 0 °C
Net weight: 0,68 kg
Network access: 1 x RJ45 Router 10/100 Mbps, 3 RJ45 LAN 10/100 Mbps
DC voltage supply: 12 V
Storage medium: 1 x 2,5''SATA HDD
OSD language: English, German, French, Dutch, Danish, Italian, Polish, Spanish, Swedish
Total video channels: 6
IP video channels: 6
Video compression: H.264
Certifications: CE, REACH, Law Sarkozy, C-Tick

Scope of delivery:

  • 1x 4-Channel Wi-Fi Video Recorder
  • 1x Power supply unit
  • 1x Mouse
  • 1x CD
  • 1x Quick guide
  • 1x 1 m network cable

Software:

  • Installation Software

    • ABUS IP Installer v9.1.4 Version: v9.1.4Release date: 22.08.2017Filename: IP-Installer-Setup.exe (ABUS_IP-Installer_V9.1.4.zip)Changes:1. Removed ABUS VMS Express download link2. Added support for IPCB62500
    • ABUS CMS v2.3.2 Version: v2.3.2Release Date: 02.03.2017File name: ABUS CMS.exe (TVSW11001_ABUS_CMS_v2.3.2_03-2017)Changes:1. Display issue within remote configuration for DDNS settings with ABUS-Server solved2. Added VCA function for object counting and picture search
    • MAC OSX Plug-Ins MAC-OSX Plugin Collection:All Plugins can be installed at the same time.Version: v1.5Release Date: 24.04.2018Filename: ABUS_Web_Plugin_V1.5Changes: -Compatible with IPCS24500-Compatible with NVR10010, NVR10020, NVR10030, NVR10040 mit Firmware ab V.3.4.96-Compatible with HDCC90021, HDCC90011, HDCC90001-Replaces earlier PlugIn versions
    • TVSW11001_ABUS_CMS_v2.3.1.50_11-2015.zip
    • TVSW11001_ABUS_CMS_v2.3.2_03-2017.zip
    • ABUS IP Installer V9.2.2 Version: v9.2.2Release date: 13.06.2018Filename: IP-Installer-Setup.exe (ABUS_IP-Installer_V9.2.2.zip)Changes:1. Added passwort reset option for HDCCxxxxx, NVRxxxxx and TVVR products (over ABUS Technical Support Team)2. Fix: dialog correction for firmware update process3. Support new ABUS devices IPCS24500, HDCC90001, HDCC90011, HDCC90021, TVVR33005, TVVR33009
    • TVSW11001_ABUS_CMS_v2.6.2.74_09-2018.zip
    • ABUS IP Installer v9.3.9 Version: v9.3.9 Release date: 05.10.2018Filename: IP-Installer-Setup.exe (ABUS_IP-Installer_V9.3.9.zip)Changes:1.) Passwort reset via XML File activated for: NVR100x0 / TVVR36300 / TVVR36400 / TVVR36700 / TVVR36800 / TVVR33005 / TVVR33009 and following cameras: IPCS82500 / IPCS82520 / IPCS83500 / IPCS82530 2) Updated product pictures for TVVR36300 / TVVR36400 / TVVR36700 / TVVR36800
  • Firmware

    • TVVR365000_V3.3.1_Build170718 Firmware compatible to: TVVR36500HistoryVersion: V3.3.1 Build170718Release Date: 17.07.2017File name: TVVR365000_V3.3.1_Build170718.dav (TVVR365000_V3.3.1_Build170718.zip)Changes• New user concept (no predefined password), camera must first be activatedNote:After the update the recorder has to be activated first.
  • Helper Software

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