Swann’s DIY-friendly 960-H security system

The new security system is part of Swann’s TruBlue 4200 series which is aimed at DIY’ers who would rather own and install their own security system than pay big monthly fees to a third party for equipment that will never belong to them, but still want advanced functionality such as night-vision and Internet monitoring. The 960-H DVR can be outfitted with a hard drive of varying capacities to suit individual needs, though a USB port allows for storage expansion through the use of an external hard drive. Typically, Swann’s 4200-series DVR’s are paired with its PRO-642 range of cameras which not only offer night-vision ranging up to 82-feet, but use CCD sensors capable of capturing DVD-quality, 16:9 aspect widescreen video at 30 frames per second. That video can then be played back on an HDTV or computer monitor via HDMI.


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