Samsung SDS-P5100N 16 Channel DVR Security System 2 TB HDD 10 Box Cameras

Item Details Ratings & Reviews (4) Ask & Answer Shipping & Warranty Additional Info Includes 16 channel real time DVR with 10 600TVL cameras for maximum coverage Remote viewing of live video and recorded footage of any camera anytime on your mobile with Samsung’s free apps 2TB hard drive provides extended recording of your cameras

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Item Details
Ratings & Reviews (4)
Ask & Answer
Shipping & Warranty
Additional Info

Includes 16 channel real time DVR with 10 600TVL cameras for maximum coverage
Remote viewing of live video and recorded footage of any camera anytime on your mobile with Samsung’s free apps
2TB hard drive provides extended recording of your cameras
Description

16 channel real-time DVR
2 TB surveillance class HDD installed
10 high resolution 600 TV Line IP66 rated weatherproof cameras
Cameras night vision up to 82 feet
Remote viewing via mobile device (PC, MAC, Android, iphone, tablet.
True day/night IR cut filter removal for superior image quality
Cable mount and easy adjust bracket cameras
Quick connect auto port forwarding for simple remote viewing setup
72 degree viewing angle cameras
HDMI ready

Product Features

  • 16 channel real-time DVR, HDMI ready
  • 2 TB surveillance class HDD installed, Quick connect auto port forwarding for simple remote viewing setup
  • 10 high resolution 600 TV Line IP66 rated weatherproof cameras
  • Cameras night vision up to 82 feet, True day/night IR cut filter removal for superior image quality
  • 72 degree viewing angle cameras

Comments

Architek says:

Good once you get working I have this device and at the moment am pleased. If I wasn’t a tech person I could understand some frustration for sure. The web UI they provide is very browser sensitive. the active x control features seem to be okay although I wished it would have some of the varied screen splitting layouts like when connected directly to the DVR.Pros:- Image quality is actually really good for both night and day.- cable length is adequate for a smaller home.- DDNS Service you do not have to use the Samsung resource which was scaring me when configuring at first.- Mounts and solid so far, metal unlike some other cameras I found were all plastic and feared would turn brittle on some intense sunlight areas.- Motion sensor features are cool, and able to decline certain portions of the image capture range such as windows it might point at that would catch movement inside the home etc.- Use of paired Balun network transceiver modules allows longer extension…

H. Clark says:

Terrible tech support and terrible documention The camera cable ends are too large to pass through walls with the double connectors. I worked for two days attempting to program the sdr5100 for remote viewing according to the documentation with no success. I finally called tech support that the documentation provided that indicated it was available from 9 AM to 9 PM EST. After waiting 45 minutes (#21 in line) the tech informed me that they were in California (PCT). The tech took control of my computer, reprogrammed the SDR changing almost everything that the instructions provided, Moreover, the tech hung up on me after he completed the programming that prevented me from asking question that I had. Additionally, the instructions indicated that it supported all browsers, but only IE is supported and even some versions of IE is not supported. The only version of IE that would work for me was the 32 bit version. I would advise anyone purchasing this system to call tech support immediately when installing and let them make the…

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