Pro Focus LLC | 05/02/16 05:21pm
Yes you should be able to record the full capability of the camera/encoder.
I have been testing this encoder with Avigilon and Genetec but I haven't been able to get it fully functioning with either vms yet. Avigilon connects and motion works but I am getting artifacting when any object moves in the FOV. Genetec connects but I don't get any video. This was tested using the specific firmware for each VMS manufacture. I am interested to see what your results are with Exacq.
Have you confirmed that the TVI version will also work with Exacq as there is no mention of it on Exacq's website. The product and Exacq test record you referred to is the analogue camera encoder. I have successfully connected 1 of these (analogue encoder) to an Exacq NVR and was able to get the 1st 4 channels up with no problems (could not get the rest working as I did not have the custom firmware). The custom firmware referred to maps the remaining groups of 4 channels to different port ranges so I don't think there would be any issue doing this.
I would be very interested to learn if in fact the TVI version works with Exacq. I also can not find any reference to this product on the North American version of the web site although it is listed on ADI's website for sale.
I realize this is a year old thread, but we have the DS6716HQHI-SATA working on Exacq - it works with non-HIKVision TVI cameras as well. There is a special firmware you need to upgrade to before it will work on Exacq - HIK has this available on their FTP.