ADC-VS121 - Install Guide

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1-Channel Analog Video Server

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1 Channel Video Server (ADC-VS121) - Installation Guide
Required items for installation:

Video Server and power adapter (included)

Broadband (Cable, DSL, or Fiber Optic) Internet connection with router

Personal computer or web-enabled tablet

Login/Password for the customer’s account

Analog CCTV camera with power supply (not included)

RG-59 or RG-6 coaxial cable with BNC connectors

Ethernet cable
Install the video devices:
Use the coaxial cable to connect the analog camera to the BNC connector on the video server.
Use a standard Ethernet cable to connect the video server to the network router.
Connect the video server’s AC adapter and plug it into a non-switched outlet.
From an internet-enabled device on the same network as the camera, add the video device to the account using
either MobileTech or
by entering the following web address:
to access the Customer
Follow the on-screen instructions to add and set up the video device. For more information about adding video
devices to an account, see
Enroll the video device to the customer account
Updated: Thu, 11 Apr 2019 14:59:12 GMT
Updated: Thu, 11 Apr 2019 14:59:12 GMT
2 LED guide
LED pattern
Connected to internet
Local network and internet
connection with IP.
Local network connection
Local network connection with local
IP address, no internet.
: If the LED does not go to a
solid green after a few minutes,
Camera LED is blinking green
Power on, or no network
Power on, system booting up
typically 60-90 seconds.
If solid red for longer than 60-90
seconds, then there is no
local or
Internet connection.
Firmware update
Device firmware update is in
Factory reset
The video device is restoring to
factory default settings.
: If the video device is
already installed, it
may need to be
removed from the
account and re-added after a factory
To perform a factory reset, use a thin
tool (e.g. paper clip) to hold the reset
button for about 10-15 seconds.
Updated: Thu, 11 Apr 2019 14:59:12 GMT