IDIS makes very nice hardware - both this 16-input NVR and the hemispheric camera have excellent build quality.

SEN’s editor took a look at the IDIS Direct IP DR-2316P 16-input NVR, distributed locally by Hills, using the IDIS DC-Y8C13WRX hemispheric camera.

Along with H.265/H.264 codecs, UHD display, 480ips throughput, one-click network config, plug and play connection of IDIS cameras and support for Axis and Panasonic cameras, this solution has excellent flexibility and sweet build quality.

FIRST impressions when unboxing the IDIS DR-2316P 16-input NVR were about the quality. This is very well constructed NVR. The IDIS DC-Y8C13WRX hemispheric camera has exactly the same build quality – it’s a real tough nut with the sort of hand feel that suggests the capacity to take a lot of punishment. While this is not meant to be a camera test – not yet, anyway – I can’t help but notice the IDIS hemispheric camera is doing a nice job.

IDIS DR-2316P is a Linux-based NVR that has solid core specifications, including 320Mbps inwards throughput, up to 480ips UHD real-time recording, support for H.265/H.264 codec and UHD display, with up to 480ips live display an integrated 8-channel PoE switch, 8 inputs, DirectIP, AXIS, Panasonic and ONVIF compatibility, and HDMI and VGA outputs. Storage is 2x SATA HDDs and eSATA x1 with up to 8TB capacity for each disk. Read the full review in SEN‘s August issue!

Features of the IDIS DirectIP DR-2316P include:

* Total incoming throughput 320Mbps
* Up to 480ips UHD real-time recording
* Supports H.265/H.264 codec
* Supports UHD display
* Up to 480ips live display
* Easy DirectIP camera setup
* Built-in 8 channel PoE switch, 16 video inputs in total
* Supports 1-click network config
* Supports Axis, Panasonic, ONVIF.