Stream Video Recorder

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The ADC-SVR100 is a streaming video recorder. It stores digital video recordings locally in its hard drive which can be accessed remotely via the web or app. Video clips of anywhere between 30 seconds and 5 minutes can be selected. Buy the ADC-SVR100 from Alarm Grid.

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The ADC-SVR100 is a streaming video recorder. Similar to a NVR (network video recorder), the SVR100 stores digital video recordings locally in its hard drive which can be accessed remotely via the web or app. The unique value of this product is its ability to download recordings to your computer remotely. Using the web login on a computer (not available through the app currently), the camera owner is able to select a recorded video clip of anywhere between 30 seconds and 5 minutes. This selectable recording can be downloaded to the local machine accessing the website from anywhere in the world! Then you can off load this to a USB stick or email it as an attachment.

The SVR100 supports up to 4 compatible cameras (4-Channel) and will store up to 4TB total. The recording throughput required for cameras to send video to the SVR100 is a total of 16 Mbps (4Mbps per channel). Once the SVR is powered and connected to the same network as the cameras, it offers unlimited local and remote live and recorded video streaming. The video is stored locally on the SVR so if you lose internet the video will not be available remotely. However the recorded video will remain on the local backup and can be accessed locally.

To get an understanding of how much time this device is able to record we can look at the following example. 4 cameras recording in HD quality at 30 frames per second for 20 days will require about 1TB of disk space. This will vary depending on the recording settings but this is a good gauge for how much video the SVR100 can hold.

**Please note - This requires an video subscription which can be bundled into a security monitoring package or as a standalone video service. The SVR100 supports the following cameras: ADC-V520, ADC-V520IR, ADCV620PT, ADC-V720, ADC-V720W, ADC-V721W, ADC-VS121, ADCV820, ADC-VS120, ADC-VS420**

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Submitted on 08/21/2019 Alarm Grid


We strongly recommend the ADC-SVR100 Stream Video Recorder. This device is needed if you want to set up a recording schedule for your Security Cameras. As a result, using an SVR is the only way to achieve true, 24-hour continuous recording for your ADC Cameras. Although it has since been replaced by the ADC-SVR122, which offers similar functionality, the SVR100 is still an excellent device. In fact, it is even better than the newer SVR122 in certain aspects.

The ADC-SVR100 is a stream video recorder that allows you to store recorded footage for your Cameras. Although the cloud will store recorded video clips, it will not store continuous footage, unless you have a stream video recorder device set up with your account. With the ADC-SVR100, you are getting a robust and powerful device. Its ability to store up to 4TB (yes, TERABYTES) of footage through two 2TB hard drives is pretty incredible. cut back on this storage capacity, as the newer SVR122 can only store up to 1TB. But with the SVR100, you get up to 4TB of storage.

Now, there are some areas where the SVR100 is weaker than the SVR122. The SVR100 can only support up to four (4) ADC Cameras, while the SVR122 can support up to eight (8). The SVR100 lacks any HDMI port for viewing footage locally, which the SVR122 has. But you can still conveniently access stored footage for the SVR100 remotely through the Mobile App or Website. This is great if you are on the go, and you want to use your smartphone to check out stored footage on your SVR device. Another cool feature is that the SVR100 will still record and save footage to the local network if the internet is out. The footage will then be transferred to the Servers when the internet is restored. To do this, you must keep the IP router running with a backup power supply if the power is out.

Even though the SVR100 is discontinued, it is still an excellent product if you have one. It really offers some outstanding features, and it greatly improves the capabilities of your Cameras. For that reason, we give the ADC-SVR100 a 5-Star rating.

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hi - I do have an system. How easy is it t install?
What system do you have? This is a network DVR and wouldn't typically physically connect to any system. It's just used to tie in video surveillance service to an existing system account. Do you have an system account now?
How hard is this to install on my system. Doesn't seem it would be too hard. It is wireless totally? Or does it have to be wired into the circuits?
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