How many Sarix cameras can I add to a DX8100 series recorder?
Pelco Cameras, Pelco Video Management
- DX8100 series HVR minimum version 2.0.00.27.27
Installation and upgrades.
ANALOG AND IP CAMERA CONFIGURATIONS
|Maximum Analog Cameras||Maximum Analog and IP Cameras|
The total number of IP cameras depends on analog and IP camera settings and DX8100 system resources.
You can record the maximum number of analog and IP cameras when all cameras are set to record at CIF/1 ips.
AVAILABLE IP CAMERA BANDWIDTH
|Analog Camera Image Rate||Available Mbps IP Stream* for Each DX8100 Series|
1 ips (Low)
15 ips (Medium)
30 ips (High)
1 ips (Low)
7 ips (Medium)
15 ips (High)
*Testing has determined that recording at CIF, 2CIF, and 4CIF resolutions produce only small differences in the available bandwidth.
PELCO IP CAMERA RESOURCE USAGE
The available recording resources of the DX8100 is determined by the resolution and bit rate of the attached cameras.
For example, a DX8108 with eight analog cameras recording at CIF/30 ips supports up to eleven IP110 cameras recording at CIF/15 ips.
|Primary||4CIF/30 ips||2 Mbps|
|Secondary||CIF/15 ips||1 Mbps|
Note: Pelco standard IP cameras with Sarix™ technology and AXIS standard IP camera resolutions
and bit rates are variable. Refer to the appropriate product specification sheet for information about resource usage.