Swann SWDVK-425504 S 4-Channel Digital Video Recorder with Smartphone Viewing and 4 x PRO-550 Cameras

July 14, 2013 - Comment

4 Channels; 500 Gb Hard Drive; H.264 Video Recorder; Networking & 3G Phone Connectivity; Upnp Allows For Easy Network Setup; Usb Port; Includes 4 Pro 580 Ccd, Day/Night Cameras; 480 Lines Of Resolution; Product Features Internet-ready protection for your home or business 24/7 Includes 4 all-weather, high resolution 420TVL cameras with powerful night vision to

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4 Channels; 500 Gb Hard Drive; H.264 Video Recorder; Networking & 3G Phone Connectivity; Upnp Allows For Easy Network Setup; Usb Port; Includes 4 Pro 580 Ccd, Day/Night Cameras; 480 Lines Of Resolution;

Product Features

  • Internet-ready protection for your home or business 24/7
  • Includes 4 all-weather, high resolution 420TVL cameras with powerful night vision to 50ft / 15m
  • Set and forget by recording continuously from 4 cameras for 120 days+ onto a massive 500GB hard drive, longer with motion detection
  • Surveillance in the palm of your hand with live viewing on 3G enabled Smartphones including iPhone, iPad,
  • Remote viewing is easier than ever to set up with UPnP (Universal Plug n Play) auto network configuration
  • Live viewing also on Blackberry, Android, Windows Mobile 6, Symbian OS and more

Comments

David Peppard says:

Excellent value and good customer service We ordered this unit on March 19, 2012. We love it! I started the installation process on March 24th, and have four of the eight cameras installed and running. The system has been running just fine for this last week. I had no problems getting things setup; most of it worked right out of the box. I am quite technical, so setting up the remote access via a web browser, and Android mobile app worked on the first try. As long as you know how to forward ports on your home router, the remote access process will be very easy.Some things to note. Make sure you PLAN your install ahead of time. Camera location, cable runs, DVR location, and access into your house for the cabling are key. Take your time. Time and planning up front will pay off big time in the long run. I pre-planned everything I thought I would need before I started installing. I had made a trip to Home Depot the day before, and unboxed and tested the system on the kitchen table before I started…

Steve D says:

A Great System For The Money So far, this system has met all of my expectations … and more. It was easy to set up and it is recording 24/7 video for us with no issues. I am really impressed with how Swann has made this such a complete, ready to go, system. I had two cameras recording and being displayed on the TV within 20 minutes of opening the box. Of course I had not yet routed the wiring yet for proper camera placement and properly hiding of the wires. Note, this is by far the most time consuming and frustrating element to setting up a security system, but that is not the fault of this system. (For allot more money you can buy a wireless system.)The only negative I have is the ability to configure the system so that I can achieve remote monitoring, ie a iphone or ipad. The issue is that the Mac Airport Extreme Router does not support the UpNP interface that this system requires. Swann’s documentation says that there is alternate hope, but it appears very complex (they even say this) and…

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