Sony Introduces Its NSR-S10/1T Network Surveillance Recorder With HDD For Up To 4 Full-HD Network Cameras

Product Profile

The NSR-S10/1T is a network surveillance recorder for Sony's SD and HD 1080p and 720p network cameras. It records video across a Local Area Network (LAN) for up to four cameras, preserving the quality of captured images, and making them instantly available for detailed investigation.

The set-up process is straightforward, with no need to configure IP addresses or camera parameters. Recording starts as soon as a new camera is automatically detected on the LAN, with images displayed immediately in up to four split-screens.

Sony has a comprehensive range of network surveillance cameras, recorders and servers, with powerful software tools to gather and analyse video evidence.

1-year PrimeSupport is included as standard within the EU, Norway and Switzerland. This gives users access to an expert helpdesk and, in the unlikely event of a failure, will arrange for an advance replacement unit to be delivered within a target time of one working day. An additional 2-years support is also available as an option.    
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Technical Specification

Make Sony
Manufacturer Sony Electronics’ Security Systems Division
Model code NSR-S10/1T
Series NSR Series
Channels 4
Recording Mode Real Time / Timelapse / Event
Monitor Outputs 1
Alarm I/O 8 in, 8 out
Storage Capacity GB 250
Image per second (IPS) 30 fps
Compression Type MPEG-4, JPEG
Signal Mode PAL/NTSC
External Storage RAID
Audio Recording and Properties Mini jack x1(front), x 1(rear); L/R x1 stereo pair
Recording System HDD
Mount type 4 in, 1 out
Network Type 1000Base-T/100Base-TX/10Base-T x3
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 430 x 87 x 417
Weight kg: 11
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 200 ~ 240 V AC
Environmental Specifications Operating Temp oC: 5 ~ 40
Operating Humidity %: 10 ~ 80
Additional info The NSR-S10/1T is a network surveillance recorder for Sony's SD and HD 1080p and 720p network cameras. It records video across a Local Area Network (LAN) for up to four cameras, preserving the quality of captured images, and making them instantly available for detailed investigation.
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