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16 channel/8 PoE Network Video Recorder

P2P Technology—no more configuring port forwarding! Easy remote access.

ONVIF is an industry standard protocol ensuring compatibility for IP-based security products regardless of brand! Read more here…

  • Supports up to 4K camera resolution
  • Fisheye camera compatible
  • H.265 dual-stream decoding
  • HDMI output, support 2160P HD preview
  • Add and record upto 16 cameras simultaneously
  • Provides PoE (Power Over Ethernet) to 8 cameras
  • RCA input and output for audio (Mic and speaker)
  • Standalone, Linux-embedded desktop NVR — no PC required
  • VGA & HDMI dual video output
  • Support WEB, mobile viewer, Client, CMS monitoring
  • ONVIF protocol support (for vast majority of third-party IP cameras)
  • Advanced alarm trigger and alert setup with scheduling, motion detection and IQ analysis features
  • Support grouping disk quota, and disk inventory two storage pattern, distribute different video storage
    capacity or cycle according to different channels
  • Support FSAN SMART IPC Target counting, left/lost, area detection, line crossing detection
  • Support IPC centralized management, including IPC parameters configuration, import and export information, information real time acquisition and upgrade, etc
  • 2 internal hard drive space
  • External backup via USB


New and Improved Features

Notes: Please note there are two network cards built into the NVR. If you use the NVR POE for your IP camera, when you add the IP camera to the NVR, you need to change the IP camera address to a different subnet range. For example, NVR is Lan1, the IP address will like, and all other IP cameras directly connected to the NVR should be set to the address like;

When you add any ONVIF protocol camera to the NVR, please make sure you have changed the IP address of the ONVIF camera before you add it to the NVR, Lan 2 subnet if connects to NVR directly, Lan 1 subnet if it has own power or connects to POE switch. It is also required to add username and password info for each ONVIF camera in NVR channel settings, even you have no password set in the camera itself, as NVR has no permission to change ONVIF IP camera address and couldn’t access the camera without login credentials.

The Doss IP NVRs are now smarter with baked in Intelligence features. On top of all that, they also now support higher resolution cameras!

Here’s what’s new with the IQ NVR range:

  • New Graphical User Interface

    The layout and usability on the new NVRs have been greatly improved over their predecessor, making navigating and finding what you want a much easier experience.







  • New IQ Features

    Smarter, more intelligent features mean the NVR does all the hard work and gives you the alerts you really need!


IQ Analysis

With more and more people now turning to CCTV surveillance for their security needs, its no surprise that new technologies are being developed and implemented to help reduce the need for manual monitoring and the costs associated. One such strategy is the use of Intelligent Video Analytics (IVA).

The Magic of Intelligent Detection

IVA focuses on automating the video analysis of large amounts of data footage and security alerts, rather than having people monitor each camera manually. The software utilises a range of rules and algorithms to ignore any changes in lighting conditions or non-critical activity, and focus on specific triggers to identify suspicious behaviour and objects.

A good example of Analytics would be its ability to alert authorities of suspicious objects left in public places, like airports, and use facial recognition to help track down fugitives. It could also be used in Highway CCTV situations to capture and report a vehicle travelling in the wrong direction or performing an illegal turn. Even for the domestic home, Analytics could alert and monitor a trespasser crossing a property line.

With every aspect of our lives being digitised, video footage will be increasingly tagged to these events. Imagine a person scanning a train ticket at a turn style. The scanning of the ticket and the footage from the CCTV camera will get put together and be readily accessible in real time or a month later.



Rear Interface

  • RJ45 LAN Port
  • 8x POE RJ45 POE ports for cameras
  • VGA output
  • HDMI Output
  • Terminal block for alarm input/output
  • Terminal block for RS485
  • RCA audio/mic input
  • RCA audio/speaker output
  • 2x USB2.0 ports for mouse and external drives
  • DC Power Input


Network Video input 16CH
Network video input bandwidth 80Mbps
Video compression H.265/H.264 /MJPEG
Video output VGA/HDMI synced output
3840×2160@30Hz, 1920×1080@60HZ, 1280×1024@60HZ
Video bit rate 16-16000Kbps
Video resolution 4K/5MP/3MP/1080p/960p/720p/D1/VGA/4CIF/DCIF/2CIF/CIF/QC IF
Image display 1/4/6/8/9/16
Snapshot JPEG snapshots can be set for automatic or manual capture
Motion detection 396 (22×18 grid) surveyed area can be set in every screen with adjustable sensitivity levels (requires IP camera support)
Audio compression



Audio input 1CH [RCA port] (IPC complex audio input)
Audio output 1CH [RCA port]
Audio intercom input Bidirectional talk [RCA port]
Video frame rate 1-30 FPS
Record method Manual/external alarm/MD/timing/intelligent analysis alarm
Playback ability Support 1CH 5MP/3MP, 4CH 1080P, 9/16CH sub stream video playback
Playback mode Regular/Instant replay/Event/External file
Video search Time, calendar, event, channel
Video playback Start, stop, normal play, back play, forward 30 seconds, backward 30 seconds, fast, play, slow play, single frame play, display the hidden progress bar, backup, snapshot, full screen, roller amplification time ball precise playback
Interface 2 SATA
HDD capacity 8TB max. per HDD
Backup location Local, network, IPSAN
Backup method USB mobile hard disk, U disk, network backup
Interface protocol ONVIF, RTSP, GB28181
Mobile surveillance iOS and Android via FSEYE app
Web Browser Supports IE (with or without ActiveX), Chrome, Firefox, Safari
Intelligent Analysis Front (IP Camera) and local detection for: Target counting, object detection, object left/lost, line cross detection, scene change, motion detection, video loss, privacy mask, video tampering
Other Dual password authentication, zero channel
Alert Options Email alert, Audible alarm, Visual alert on monitor, Upload to center (get alerts on the VMS PC client), Trigger alarm output
Network interface 1x RJ45 100M/1000M adaptive Ethernet port
PoE interface 8CH (IEEE 802.3af)
Alarm input 4CH
Alarm output 1CH
RS-485 1CH
USB ports 2x USB2.0 ports
Power supply DC 48V/3A
Power consumption <5W (Without HDD)
Operation temperature/ humidity -10°C ~ 55°C/10% 90%
Dimension (mm) 360 (W) x 242.4 (D) x 48 (H) mm
Weight 2.5 kg



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Visit our NVR IQ Range knowledge base for tips, tricks, how-tos and videos!

Q: I have already installed the plugin on my computer, so why does it still say the IE ActiveX is not registered when I try to access the NVR/IPC via Internet Explorer?
A: You may have to check your security settings on your Internet Explorer, refer to the images attached.


In the box?

  • NVR
  • 48V 2.5A DC Power supply with detachable IEC lead
  • USB Mouse
  • HDD Connection Kit
    • 2x SATA cable
    • Molex power cable
    • 8 screws
  • Software CD



Watch our NVR IQ Series Videos over at our YouTube channel.



What you need to know for new CCTV installations


  • What does each camera need to see? i.e. how far, how wide, how much detail?
  • What are the conditions the camera needs to work in? i.e. Day or night, infra-red, indoor or outdoor?
  • How will it be mounted, and are there any style considerations?


  • How many cameras does it need to monitor, allowing for any expansion?
  • Do you need full D1 (576 line) recording on all channels?
  • How many days of recording at what quality needs to be stored?


  • Do you want to run coaxial + power, or CAT5E/CAT6 with baluns?


  • Will you supply power locally to each camera, or have one central supply?
  • What size of UPS do they need?
  • Do you want a plug pack, wall box (needs an electrician to wire), rack-mounted supply, or power supply + video balun box in one?

Networking & Remote Access

  • Does your customer want to view their cameras remotely?