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Fusionsea 9 Channel H.264 Embedded HDD DVR Digital Video Recorder 36299V


H.264 Baseline Profile video compression/decompression with configurable quality. Bi-directional audio capabilities. Ethernet×1 for remote access, including web access, e-mail alarm notification, FTP video/audio file storage, and software upgrade. Su...
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  • 9 CH.264 Stand-alone DVR
  • 9 CH H.264 DVR with six fold operation-record, live, playback, backup, control, & remote access
  • H.264 Baseline Profile video compression/decompression with configurable quality
  • Bi-directional audio capabilities
  • Ethernet×1 for remote access, including web access, e-mail alarm notification, FTP video/audio file storage, and software upgrade
  • 1 I.E. software for up to 4 DVRs
  • USB 2.0 for video/audio backup to versatile USB2.0 storage devices
  • 1 IR remote controller can control up to 4 DVRs (36299/36296)
  • Dust filter for harsh environments
  • Multi-lingual support for setup and display
  • Supports mouse and remote control
  • Open system architecture for ease of access via network, RS-485
  • Support mobile phone, WAP protocol 





Video Input/Output

BNC 9CH ln/2CH Out

Display Resolution

NTSC:720x480 fps;PAL:720x576 fps

Recording Frame Rate &Resolution



Compression Format


Hard Disk Capacity


Recording Time

23 days with 500GB HD @ 25 fps for continuous recording mode

Recording Mode

Continuous, motion detection, sensor activated, time schedule

Sensors, Alarm

9 lnput,4 Output


2CH ln,1CH Out(Stereo)

Network Interface




2 USB 2.0 ports

USB 2.0 disk drives, DVD+RW,DVD+R,DVD-R, card readers, HDD, etc.


PTZ Control


IR Remote Control Unit


VGA Output


PS/2 Mouse


Power Supply

90~264 VAC,47~63Hz;65W Max

Operation Temperature



Fusionsea 9 Channel H.264 Embedded HDD DVR Digital Video Recorder 36299V

How to Replace a DVR Hard Drive:

  • Disconnect your DVR by unplugging any cables connected to it, including the power cable. Remove the screws located on the back of the unit that hold the top cover in place. There are usually two to six of these screws, depending on the model of DVR. Lay these screws in a safe place where they won't get lost, and slide the cover off
  • Locate the hard drive. This is a rectangular metal unit that measures 3 1/2 inches wide. It is usually located away from the other hardware, often in its own bracket. There will be two to four screws holding it in place. Remove these, disconnect the cables connected to the drive, and slide it out of the system
  • Check the label of the drive to see if it is IDE or SATA. It will say which one of the two interfaces it uses. Any replacement desktop hard drive of the same interface type will work in your DVR. Avoid using a laptop drive, because they won't fit and aren't designed for the high-stress environment of video streaming
  • Place the new drive into the brackets, and replace the screws that were removed from the old one. Plug the data and power cables into this drive. They will insert the same way they came out of the old one. Once the drive has been installed, put the cover back on the DVR unit, and replace the screws. Hook the DVR back up to the television, and it will be ready to record

How to Copy From a DVR to an External Hard Drive:

  • Install video software on your computer. To properly process your data transfer, you need video software, which you can get from computer and electronics retailers or online. Simple, easy-to-use programs can be downloaded for free. Use reputable sites, such as CNET.com, to find some of the more reputable free programs. More advanced programs, with sophisticated editing capabilities, will usually only be available for purchase
  • Connect your computer and DVR. In order to copy programs to your external hard drive, you need to transfer them to your computer. For older systems, and especially for desktop computers, you will need to use use RCA connectors to connect the DVR to the computer. RCA connectors are color-coordinated audio-visual cables used to connect electronics components, such as stereos and receivers, and they can be used with some computers and DVRs as well. Plug the yellow ends of the cable into the video jacks on the machines, then plug the red and white ends into the audio jacks. If you have a newer system, use USB cables to connect the computer and DVR. With a TiVo DVR and a wireless home network, you can connect your components wirelessly if you download proprietary TiVo software
  • Transfer the program to your computer. Choose the program you wish to transfer from your DVR then press "Play" while pressing "Record" on your computer software program. The program should transfer in real-time. Monitor the recording and, when finished, check for quality
  • Copy the program to your external hard drive. Using the video software on your computer, select your external drive as the destination for your next copy. Select the copy you just made from the DVR and make another copy on your external hard drive. Again, monitor the transfer and check for quality when you are finished

Package Included:

  • 1 x 9 Channel H.264 Embedded HDD DVR Digital Video Recorder
  • 1 x User Manual