Tutis 4 Channel + 4 Camera H.264 DVR Security System Special Offer Price: £139.99 from UKDVDR.co.uk
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Tutis 4 Channel + 4 Camera H.264 DVR Security System Special Offer Price: £139.99 from UKDVDR.co.uk

£139.99UKDVDR Deals
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Found 18th Oct 2013
Not a bad price for a CCTV system with 4 Sony cameras .

The H.264 DVR SYSTEM is a competitively priced, fully functional security system able to cater for all your security needs.
- With support for an internally installed 2TB 3.5” hard drive not included, you can store vast amounts of video surveillance footage.

Features

H.264 Compression:
By utilising H.264 video compression, all surveillance footage uses less hard drive space whilst simultaneously preserving the quality of the recording.

Security:
The Tutis uses a special file system which encrypts the video contents on the installed hard drive, therefore preventing unauthorised personnel from access sensitive data.

Backup:
Backing up valuable surveillance footage is quickly and easily done by USB pen drive or over the network.

Features:
Optimised four channel real time D1 recording and playback.
Utilises H.264 compression to save storage space.
Supports 3.5” SATA hard drive.
Special file system for increased security.
16bit colour, user friendly interface.
Network access supports live monitoring, parameter setting and backup.
Supports live monitoring through your smart phone.
Two layer user management.
Supplied with 4 Sony CCD cameras.
Fast USB data backup.
Full PTZ control.

Specifications
Video Compression H.264
Resolution CIF, HD1, D1
Video Code Rate CIF 384 ~ 768Kbps, HD1 512 ~ 1024Kbps, D1 512 ~ 1024Kbps
Audio Code Rate 32KB/s
Network Interface RJ45 10/100
Audio Output 1 channel output, impedance 600Ω RCA
Basic Electricity Output Linearity electricity
Record Style Audio/video simultaneous recording
Audio Compression ADPCM
Record Modes Always, Scheduled, Manual, Motion, Alarm, Web client.
Pack Time 15, 30, 45, 60, 120 mins (adjustable)
Data Storage SATA HDD storage
Video input 4 Channel composite video input 1.0V BNC connector.
Video Output 1 composite video output BNC connector.
Display 1/4 channel switch.

Video Standard PAL
25f/s CCIR625line, 50Hz NTSC 30f/s CCIR525line, 60Hz
Audio Input 4 channel input, impedance 600Ω RCA

Network Functions
Support for mobile surveillance, Internet Explorer browsing, live remote surveillance
Alarm Input 4 alarm inputs
Alarm Output 1 alarm output
Serial Interface Supports 1 x RS485
Firmware Supports USB firmware upgrade.
Backup backup files saved in .264
Remote Control Yes.
Voltage(Min-Max) AC 110 ~ 240V
Power Consumption 6W (no HDD installed)
Working Environment -10 °C ~ 50 °C
Images sensor 1/4" Sony Super HAD CCD
Signal System PAL NTSC
Effective Pixels PAL 500 x 582, NTSC 510 x 492
Horizontal Resolution 420TVL
Video Output 1.0V 75
Signal to Noise Ratio More thn 48dB (AGC off)
Minimum Illumination 0 Lux (infrared lamps turned on)
Gamma Characteristics 0.45
Shutter Speed 1/50 (1/60) ~ 1/100,000 sec
Power Consumption 12V DC, 120mA (Max. power consumption 300mA when infrared lamps on)
Casing Material Aluminium Alloy
Infrared Wavelength 850nm
Viewing Distance 10 ~ 15nm
Infrared Lamps Night/Day , on/off

17 Comments

They use the Sony image chipset, not actual sony cameras. Also they have one of the lowest resolution of most cameras at 420tvl. So by the time you add a HDD, price soon jumps up

Banned

Can these only be set up in the bedroom or can they be used elsewhere in the house?

fantastic deal nice find OP!

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Alinshearah

Can these only be set up in the bedroom or can they be used elsewhere in … Can these only be set up in the bedroom or can they be used elsewhere in the house?



yeah , bedroom , toilet or anywhere else you do your pervy activities :-)

420tvl isn't great in this day and age even at what is a good price. If u don't need sharp pics then this is OK.

Original Poster

This is not a bad kit , considering 2 cameras from Maplin will knock you back £99 and there not very good either . My CnM system from them was £99 supplied with one camera .I now use 700TVL cameras on the unit . Better cameras of course will make a better system , but as a starter kit , it's ideal .
I've had 2 thefts from my back yard [ scrapmen ,nicking scaffold and box section ] so everything's monitored now . I can see who's at the front and back doors ,so I feel alot safer .

ricko

This is not a bad kit , considering 2 cameras from Maplin will knock you … This is not a bad kit , considering 2 cameras from Maplin will knock you back £99 and there not very good either . My CnM system from them was £99 supplied with one camera .I now use 700TVL cameras on the unit . Better cameras of course will make a better system , but as a starter kit , it's ideal . I've had 2 thefts from my back yard [ scrapmen ,nicking scaffold and box section ] so everything's monitored now . I can see who's at the front and back doors ,so I feel alot safer .



Yer, because that's Maplin. Never been very cheap for.... well just about anything.

I'd take a chance with similar set on eBay for £90

northwales

They use the Sony image chipset, not actual sony cameras. Also they have … They use the Sony image chipset, not actual sony cameras. Also they have one of the lowest resolution of most cameras at 420tvl. So by the time you add a HDD, price soon jumps up



Agree with this comment on the chipset, I just 'upgraded' one of my cameras to a new effio chipset in a non Sony camera and installed it today, absolute cr*p and in fact even though it is marketed as 700tvl it's image quality was worse than the 420 line camera I was replacing!

If the camera is garbage so will the recording be and the usability of the whole system.

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ricko

yeah , bedroom , toilet or anywhere else you do your pervy activities :-)



Toilet?..... never thought of that...*gets camera*

So does anyone know if the cameras are good quality with these then? I really could use a good setup but i'm new to this CCTV malarky.

treb

So does anyone know if the cameras are good quality with these then? I … So does anyone know if the cameras are good quality with these then? I really could use a good setup but i'm new to this CCTV malarky.



In a word no! They are very basic low end 420 line versions, but they are good enough for a starter kit if you want to upgrade later

Original Poster

nictry

In a word no! They are very basic low end 420 line versions, but they are … In a word no! They are very basic low end 420 line versions, but they are good enough for a starter kit if you want to upgrade later



I dont think thats totally true . I would have said the 420tvl CMOS cameras would be the very basic low end cameras , these are Sony Super HAD CCD ,so you may be suprised to see the quality a little better .

treb

So does anyone know if the cameras are good quality with these then? I … So does anyone know if the cameras are good quality with these then? I really could use a good setup but i'm new to this CCTV malarky.



I n all honesty, yes and no. It all depends on what you from a CCTV system. If just for door entry + something to tell you someone was snooping around or takes something, then they may be fine. You can identify people from this set up, they would need to be quite close though, about 5 metres. But as said, you still need to buy a hard drive in order to record.

Yes this is hot deal site, but when it comes to CCTV, it is better to spend more on the initial setup. Main thing to buy in the beginning is the DVR, full HD is best, then 960H or D1.

Alinshearah

Toilet?..... never thought of that...*gets camera*




Waterproof of course

For those that have used this system, would they be able to clearly read a numberplate from 6/7 metres away? I need a basic and cheap system and this is the only one I have come across on a number of occasions! Thanks

TommyTsport

For those that have used this system, would they be able to clearly read … For those that have used this system, would they be able to clearly read a numberplate from 6/7 metres away? I need a basic and cheap system and this is the only one I have come across on a number of occasions! Thanks



Yes very easily. Obviously not at night however as the IR just shows number plates as a reflection!
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