KGUARD SecurityInc. SHA24 Series 8-Channel H.264 DVR Home Security Surveillance DVR (Black)

December 4, 2013 - Comment

SHA Series security surveillance 8 Channel DVR. Digital video recorder that can connect up to 8 cameras. This standalone option allows users to add their desired cameras for their specific needs. These combo kits come with our exclusive free software KVIEW. KVIEW allows customers to remotely access the DVR through many devices such as smart

SHA Series security surveillance 8 Channel DVR. Digital video recorder that can connect up to 8 cameras. This standalone option allows users to add their desired cameras for their specific needs. These combo kits come with our exclusive free software KVIEW. KVIEW allows customers to remotely access the DVR through many devices such as smart phones, tablets, PC and Mac. Customers can remote monitoring, record and playback, as well as do search by events and set up motion detection alarm with email notification.

Product Features

  • Motion detection with instant email notification^Free Kview series allows remote monitoring and control on your smartphones and tablets^8 Channels & H.264 compression latest recording technology; pre-recording feature allows additional images to be captured prior to the motion detected event^1 Sata Fixed HDD Rack and expandable up to 2TB hard drive^Quick Do-It-Yourself installation
  • Motion detection with instant email notification
  • Free Kview series allows remote monitoring and control on your smartphones and tablets
  • 8 Channels & H.264 compression latest recording technology; pre-recording feature allows additional images to be captured prior to the motion detected event
  • 1 Sata Fixed HDD Rack and expandable up to 2TB hard drive
  • Quick Do-It-Yourself installation

Comments

MRCHIRO "MRCHIRO" says:

Same as lorex but at a discounted price I can’t believe it. Rebadged and sold for 2-300$ more. You kidding me? I had a lorex that the harddrive died on. I didn’t want to mess with it b/c it was hard to setup and you had to use lorex subdomains to point to your cable internet dynamic IP. Though it’s a free service, they should allow you to choose your own (I’ve been using dyn.com for years).So… how are the lorex and kguard machines the same? Wait… They were both identical… Same unit, remote, same mouse, same color…

Samuel Cintron says:

AWESOME The ABSOLUTE best DVR for home security I’ve ever used. Clear easy to follow instructions, if you need them at all. I tried Zmodo and hated it, for the same money this baby rocks.

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