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Residential Stream Video Recorder

Designed specifically to work with the hosted video service, the ADC-Stream Video Recorder provides a 24×7 professional local video storage solution. With the Stream Video Recorder, you can connect up to eight wireless video cameras for continuous recording.

Storage 500GB, 1TB, or 2TB of storage
Transcoded playback MPEG4 H.264
Speed control 1x, 4x, 8x, 16x
HDD bay 1 Bay
Ethernet connection 10Base-T/100BaseTX (RJ45)
HDMI and USB connections Locally view live and recorded video
Cooling Fanless Thermal Heat Sink
Dimensions 3.5 x 3.5 x 5.8” (88 x 88 x 146.7 mm)
Operating temperature 32⁰-104⁰F (0⁰-40⁰C)
Storage temperature -13⁰ to 158⁰F (-25⁰ to 70⁰C)
Operating humidity 20%-95% RH (non-condensing)
Power adapter 12V DC 1.5A with UL/CE/FCC certification

Internet connection type compatibility video devices need an indefinite, always-on internet connection to function reliably. Some internet connections are incompatible due to restrictions they impose on bandwidth usage.

Internet type Compatibility
Fiber Compatible
Cable/broadband Compatible
DSL Compatible
3G/4G cellular (e.g., Clear) Not compatible
Satellite Not compatible
Dial-up Not compatible

Router compatibility wireless cameras work with most wireless routers, but there are wireless routers that may not work very reliably whether the customer has video cameras or not. Online reviews are a good way to distinguish between the good and the problematic routers.  Some routers may also need firmware upgrades to perform reliably.

It is recommended that video devices be connected to a network device that has a unique SSID and password. For dual-band routers, verify that the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands have separate SSIDs as well.

Note: The instructions for segregating wireless bands differ based on the router model. Please refer to the manufacturer’s guide for more information.

Bandwidth requirements video devices consume bandwidth when they are uploading recorded video clips, or someone is actively looking at live video or SVR recorded footage. Even when in use, the video device cannot consume all available bandwidth because routers allocate bandwidth fairly among all the devices that are on the network (e.g., computers, tablets, etc.). video devices primarily use upload speed, as opposed to download speed. Typically, requires an indefinite broadband connection of at least 0.5 Mbps of dedicated upload speed per video device. For example, four video devices would need 2 Mbps of dedicated upload speed to function properly. However, 1080p (full HD) streaming, Doorbell Cameras, Two-Way Audio, and SVR integration all require additional bandwidth.

Note: Dedicated upload speed refers to bandwidth only used by the video devices, so other connected devices (e.g., computers, smartphones, gaming consoles, etc.) require additional bandwidth on the internet connection.


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