8CH HDD MDVR AHD Optional GPS 3G 4G GPS Wifi Mobile DVR School Bus Truck Vehicle DVR

Professional In-Vehicle power design, 8-36V DC Wide Voltage Range
Multi protection circuits like under-voltage, short, reversed plug-in
Smart power management system, shutdown under low voltage, low consumpti

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8CH HDD MDVR AHD Optional GPS 3G 4G GPS Wifi Mobile DVR School Bus Truck Vehicle DVR (1)


Data Storage

Special file management system to encrypt and protect data
Proprietary technology to detect hard drive bad sectors, ensuring video continuity and long hard drive life
Built-in supercapacitor to avoid data loss and SD card corruption due to sudden power failure
Supports 2.5" HDD/SSD up to 2TB
Supports SD card storage up to 256GB

Transmission Interface

Supports 3G/4G transmission, LTE/HSUPA/HSDPA/WCDMA/EVDO/TD-SCDMA
Support GPS/BD optional, high sensitivity, fast positioning
Support WiFi wireless download, 802.11b/g/n, 2.4GHz

the future application trends of school bus truck-mounted DVR systems are likely to be shaped by advances in technology, changes in regulations, and evolving safety concerns. As these systems continue to evolve, they will play an increasingly important role in ensuring the safety and security of children who rely on school buses for transportation.

Product Details

Built-in high performance Hisilicon chipsets, coded with H.264 standard, high compression rate and image qulity
8CH AV Inputs with AHD 1080N/720P/960H/D1/CIF optional, 1CH synchronized AV output, 1CH VGA output
8CH local recording with 1080N resolution in real time

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Technical parameter:


Device parameter



Main processor


Operating system

Embedded Linux OS

Operating language


Operating interface

GUI, support mouse

Password security

User password/Admin password





Video standard


Video compression


 Image resolution


Playback quality


Compound mode

A variety of ways

Decoding ability

1ch 1080N real time

Recording quality

Class 1-6 optional

Image display

Single/QUAD display optional

Audio Compression


Audio recording

Audio & Video synchronized recording

Recording & Playback

Recording mode


Video bit rate

Full frame 4096Mbps6 classes image quality optional

Audio bit rate


Storage media

SD card + HDD/SSD storage

Video inquiry

Inquiry by channel/Recording type

Local playback

Playback by file

Firmware upgrading

Upgrading mode

Manual/Automatical/Remote/Emergency Recovery

Upgrading method

USB disk/Wireless network/SD card


AV input

8ch aviation interface

AV output

1ch VGA video output, 1ch aviation AV output

Alarm input

4 digital inputs (4 Positive/Negative trigger)


1 HDD/SSD (up to 2TB, support hot plug/unplug)

SD card

1 SDXC High speed card (up to 256GB)

USB interface

1 USB 2.0 (support U disk/mouse)

Ignition input

1 ACC signal


1 LVTTL Level

LED Indication


Disk lock


Debug port


Function extention


Support detecting antenna Plug in/Unplug/Short circuit




802.11b/g/n, 2.4GHz


Power input

8~36V DC

Power output

5V 300mA

Power consumption

Standby 3mAMaximum consumption 30W  @12V 2.5A @24V 1.25A

Working temperature

-20 --- 70℃


1080N  1.2G/h/channel720P   1G/h/channel     960H   750M/h/channel



Choosing the right school bus DVR system

Choosing the right school bus DVR system is an important decision that should be based on a number of key factors. Here are some of the key considerations to keep in mind when choosing a school bus DVR system:

  1. Number of Channels: The number of channels refers to the number of cameras that the DVR system can support. When choosing a school bus DVR system, it is important to consider the number of cameras that will be needed to provide a comprehensive view of the bus and its surroundings.
  2. Video Quality: The quality of the video captured by the DVR system is an important consideration. High-resolution video can provide a clearer and more detailed view of the bus and its surroundings, which can be useful in the event of an accident or incident.
  3. Storage Capacity: The storage capacity of the DVR system is another important consideration. The system should be able to store video footage for a sufficient amount of time, and should have the ability to overwrite old footage when the storage capacity is reached.
  4. Ease of Use: The DVR system should be easy to use and operate. This includes features such as a user-friendly interface and easy access to video footage.
  5. Compatibility: The DVR system should be compatible with other systems that are used on the school bus, such as GPS tracking systems and other safety features.
  6. Durability: The DVR system should be durable and able to withstand the harsh conditions of a school bus environment. This includes features such as shock resistance, temperature resistance, and water resistance.
  7. Cost: The cost of the DVR system is an important consideration. While it is important to choose a high-quality system, it is also important to choose a system that is within the school's budget.

    In conclusion, when choosing a school bus DVR system, it is important to consider factors such as the number of channels, video quality, storage capacity, ease of use, compatibility, durability, and cost. By carefully considering these factors, schools can choose a system that meets their needs and provides a safe and secure environment for students.

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