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12 Camera 4MP Admiral Series

1 x Admiral 16 Channel 4K POE NVR

12 x Warrior 4.0 v2 or Deputy 4.0 v2

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SKU
ADM12CH4MP

Cameras


4MP @ 25 FPS: 2560 x 1440

80.8° or 101° options
IP67 Weatherproof
Infrared night vision up to 100 FT
-31°F to 140 °F temp rated
True Wide Dynamic Range (120dB)



4MP vs 4K.


Software


VCA: Motion Detection,Intrusion Detection, Vandalism Detection
Video Content Analytics (VCA) Search
VCA Event based Email Alerts
Remote Footage Download
1 Click Firmware Update

Learn when you would use VCA


Remote Viewing


Smartphone Apps
Tablet Apps
Windows Apps
Mac Viewing Apps
Internet Explorer Viewing

How Patent Wars have changed Browser Support


Hardware


Cat5e (RJ45) Ethernet to Network
Standard 3-Prong Wall Plug
SCWEasyConnect 2.0 ports on back for Plug and play 2018 SCW camera auto-configuration up to 750 ft away
VGA Monitor Out
4K HDMI Out for TVs/Monitors
Footage Download via USB

Learn about automatic backup footage options

System Configuration(s):

  • All Bullet Cameras


    1xThe Admiral Standard 16 Channel 4K NVR v2 - ADM16P16-V2M
    12xThe Warrior 4.0 v2 - 26BF4M - 4MP (2x1080P) Fixed Lens Mini Bullet Camera

    As configured: $3,049.00

  • All Turret Cameras


    1xThe Admiral Standard 16 Channel 4K NVR v2 - ADM16P16-V2M
    12xThe Deputy 4.0 v2 - 26DF4M - 4MP (2x1080P) Fixed Wide Angle Lens Turret Dome Camera

    As configured: $3,049.00

  • Half & Half


    1xThe Admiral Standard 16 Channel 4K NVR v2 - ADM16P16-V2M
    6xThe Warrior 4.0 v2 - 26BF4M - 4MP (2x1080P) Fixed Lens Mini Bullet Camera
    6xThe Deputy 4.0 v2 - 26DF4M - 4MP (2x1080P) Fixed Wide Angle Lens Turret Dome Camera

    As configured: $3,049.00

This 12 Camera 4MP Admiral Series Camera System is Customizable:

You can choose if you want bullet or dome cameras or half and half. If you don't know what to pick, please see our guide on the Pros and Cons of Bullet and Dome cameras.

When you add this system to the cart, it will break up into individual cameras and recorder, so that you can further customize it, if you so choose. Please see our guide on how to create a custom surveillance system if you want to sub one of the cameras in this package out for a specialty camera, like a long range PTZ cameras or long range security camera.

You can also choose your hard drive size when you add it to the cart. For this twelve channel 4MP Admiral Series system, a 2TB hard drive will usually last around 6 days on continuous H.265 recording and 4-8x longer (3.5 to 7 weeks) when recording on motion. If you want a custom recording length, you can use our cctv storage calculator to determine how large of a hard drive you would need.

Camera Options

Although you can substitute any Admiral line SCW cameras and have them work with this system, we have included our two most popular cameras in this customizable system bundle: The Deputy 4.0 and The Warrior 4.0. The main difference between the two cameras that come in this system bundle are the viewing angle and how far you can ID a face. Both of the cameras in this system record at 4MP (4 Million Pixels per frame - about twice the quality of your 1080P HD TV) and both can be mounting indoors or outdoors, on the wall or on the ceiling/overhang.

The Warrior 4.0 - 26BF4

The Warrior 4.0 - 26BF4 - 4MP (2x1080P) Fixed Lens Mini Bullet Camera


Resolution

4MP UHD Quality

4MP @ 25 FPS: 2560 x 1440

Detect: 150 ft
Recognize: 75 ft
Identify: 50 ft


4MP vs 4K


Indoor/Outdoor

weatherproof

IP67
Full protection from dust, rain, snow, dew, frost, and sprinklers.

You can even submerge it for a few minutes.


Temp

temperature rating

Temperature rated from -31°F to 140 °F

Humidity rated between 10 and 95%.


Lens

fixed lens

Fixed: 3.6mm
80.8° of coverage (horizontal)

Digital Zoom Only

Learn about Digital vs Optical Zoom


Day/Night

night footage

Infrared night vision up to 100 FT

Color video possible until 0.02 lux

How to get the best footage at night


Special

special features

True Wide Dynamic Range (120dB)

Seeing in shadows: Understanding WDR

The Warrior is our most popular camera model. It is tied with the Deputy in terms of how easy it is to install and position, since neither camera requires you to remove any part of the camera to screw it into the wall/ceiling/soffit. This makes it ideal for outdoor use as you don't have a tendency to trap moisture in the lens, as is common with dome cameras, where you have to remove the outer glass dome to mount them. The 81 degree lens is great balance between covering a large area and identifying faces and license plates. Although you can use this camera inside or out, the most common use of the Warrior models (the camera comes in 2MP, 4MP, or 8MP) is to cover the side of buildings or large sections of yards.

Sample Photos taken by the Warrior 4.0. Click to enlarge the images. Press ESC key to close.

10 FT 20 FT 50 FT 75 FT 100 FT
view at 10 feet from a 4mm 80 degree FOV lens  4MP security camera view at 20 feet from a 4mm 80 degree FOV lens  4MP security camera view at 50 feet from a 4mm 80 degree FOV lens  4MP security camera view at 75 feet from a 4mm 4MP lens security camera view at 100 feet from a 4mm 80 degree FOV lens  4MP security camera

detection

Detect someone up to 150 feet

"Detecting" a face means being able to tell that a human face is in the picture.

recognize

Recognize someone up to 75 feet

"Recognizing" a face refers to being able to say "I have seen that person before" - even if you don't know or can't place who it is.

identify

Identify someone up to 50 feet

"Identification" refers to being able to make out identifiable marks with enough certainty to make a sketch or claim.


 The Deputy 4.0 -
                26DF4

The Deputy 4.0 v2 - 26DF4M - 4MP (2x1080P) Fixed Wide Angle Lens Turret Dome Camera


Resolution

4MP UHD Quality

4MP @ 20 FPS: 2592 x 1520

Detect: 115 ft
Recognize: 50 ft
Identify: 35 ft


4MP vs 4K


Indoor/Outdoor

weatherproof

IP67
Full protection from dust, rain, snow, dew, frost, and sprinklers.

You can even submerge it for a few minutes.


Temp

temperature rating

Temperature rated from -22°F to 140 °F

Humidity rated between 10 and 95%.


Lens

fixed lens

Fixed: 2.8mm
105° of coverage

Digital Zoom Only

Learn about Digital vs Optical Zoom


Day/Night

night footage

Infrared night vision up to 100 FT

Color video possible until 0.03 lux

How to get the best footage at night


Special

special features

Digital Wide Dynamic Range (120dB)

Seeing in shadows: Understanding WDR

The Deputy is our second most popular camera model. It is tied with the Warrior in terms of how easy it is to install and position, since neither camera requires you to remove any part of the camera to screw it into the wall/ceiling/soffit. This makes it ideal for outdoor use as you don't have a tendency to trap moisture in the lens, as is common with dome cameras, where you have to remove the outer glass dome to mount them. The 110 or 118 degree lens is best used to cover an entire room at once (by installing it in a corner) or to cover a wide area of a smaller yard, as wider lenses always decrease how far away you can identify a person of license plate. Although you can use this camera inside or out, the most common uses of the Deputy models (the camera comes in 2MP, 4MP, or 4K variants) are to install the camera in the corner of a room or to cover front doors and porches outdoors. Two Deputies are often installed back to back to make a 220-236 degree view, such as in the middle of a wall. (This two camera solution has less of that dizzying "fisheye" look that is common with 180 degree cameras and is also usually cheaper.)

Sample Photos taken by the Deputy 4.0. Click to enlarge the images. Press ESC key to close.

10 FT 20 FT 50 FT 75 FT 100 FT
view at 10 feet from a 2.8mm 101 degree FOV lens  4MP security camera view at 20 feet from a 2.8mm 101 degree FOV lens 4MP security camera view at 50 feet from a 2.8mm 101 degree FOV lens 4MP security camera view at 75 feet from a 2.8mm 101 degree FOV lens 4MP security camera view at 100 feet from a 2.8mm 101 degree FOV lens 4MP security camera

detection

Detect someone up to 115 feet

"Detecting" a face means being able to tell that a human face is in the picture.

recognize

Recognize someone up to 50 feet

"Recognizing" a face refers to being able to say "I have seen that person before" - even if you don't know or can't place who it is.

identify

Identify someone up to 35 feet

"Identification" refers to being able to make out identifiable marks with enough certainty to make a sketch or claim.

Both Camera Options in this System Bundle have these Features:


Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)

This Warrior 4.0 ip camera has Wide Dynamic Range.

Wide Dynamic Range splits each frame/image into many boxes and it scans for in inaccuracies and adds the right amount exposure to create a balanced and high resolution video shot. Very useful when recording in situations where there can be a large difference in light levels.

Seeing in shadows: Understanding WDR


Built Tough: Commercial Grade Line

This Warrior 2.0 is part of our Admiral commercial grade security camera line. Feel free to read more about these features and what commercial grade means to us, but here's a quick synopsis:

IP67 weatherproof rated - Full protection against dust, rain, sprinklers, water jets and even immersion up to 1 meter for 30 minutes.

Extreme Temperature - Withstands extreme temperatures from the summers of Arizona to the winters in Minnesota. -31°F ~ 140 °F

Aluminum and Ceramic Molding - Feel confident in your invest with commercial grade housing that won’t crumble and decay like the plastic competition.

Anti Reflective Glass with Automotive grade LEDs - Commercial quality components that allow better light transmission and will last without dimming or fading over time.

Passes vibration and surge testing up to 6,0000 volts - SCW cameras can withstand vibration and surges up to 6,000 volts.

Easy 1 Click Firmware Update Process - Maintenance made easy.

750 Foot POE Extended Transmission: the old 300 foot limitations are a thing of the past.

Store 40% more data with H.265 video compression or switch back to H.264, if you need H.264 third-party integration support.

No Recording Delay - Even when recording on motion.


Included in this System is an Admiral NVR:

The Admiral Standard 16 Channel NVR - ADM16P16

The Admiral Standard 16 Channel NVR - ADMP16P16


Recording


16 1080P cameras at 30 FPS
16 4MP cameras at 25 FPS
16 4K cameras at 30 FPS

160 Mbps incoming bitrate; 10 Mbps per channel

H.265 encoding


Software


VCA: Motion Detection, Line Crossing, Face Detection, Intrusion Detection, People Counting, Vandalism Detection
Video Content Analytics (VCA) Search
VCA Event based Email Alerts
Remote Footage Download
1 Click Firmware Update

Learn when you would use VCA


Viewing


4 x 4K, 8 x 4MP, 16 x 1080P

Smartphone Apps
Tablet Apps
Windows Apps
Mac Viewing Apps
Internet Explorer Viewing

How Patent Wars have changed Browser Support


Hardware


2 hard drive bays
Rack Mount Ears Optional
Cat5e (RJ45) Ethernet to Network
Standard 3-Prong Wall Plug
16 SCWEasyConnect ports on back for Plug and play 2018 SCW camera auto-configuration
VGA Monitor Out
4K HDMI Out for TVs/Monitors
Footage Download via USB

Learn about automatic backup footage options


Motion Detection, Alerts, and VCA

This Admiral NVR is a motion detection NVR. Feel free to read more about these features by clicking on the link, but here's a quick synopsis:

Alerts and Notifications:

Get email alerts with snapshot images of motion detection alerts or VCA events

Set a schedule to get emails only on the hours of the day you want.

Get Push Notifications to the SCW Go Application for Android and iPhone.

Automatically upload snapshot images via FTP

Recording:

Create your own customizable record schedule, including recording based on the day of the week, hours of the day, or even choose not to record for periods of time. Set constant recording during business hours and only motion during closed hours.

Motion, VCA, or 24/7 Recording - Record based on motion detection, VCA (video content analysis), or set the system to record 24/7. You can even record based on alarm inputs!

Motion Detection You Can Use in Court - If your system is set to record based on motion or VCA events, you can have a 60 second pre-event buffer to grab footage prior to the detection. You can also set the system to record up to 10 minutes after an incident is detected. Motion detection footage does not "time out" and stop recording mid scene. Motion Clips cannot be deleted by employees or other users.

Customizable Motion Detection Recording through VCA events:

VCA features vary by camera model, and can include:

Intrusion Detection - Monitor areas with precision, define zones, set time thresholds, and sensitivity.

Vandal Detection - Get alerts based on tampering detection, defocusing, or any dramatic scene changes.

Analysis:

Smart Search - Quickly review footage by filtering by motion detected in specific areas of the screen.



Commercial Grade Features

This Admiral 16 Channel NVR is part of our commercial grade NVR line. Feel free to read more about these features and what commercial grade means to us, but here's a quick synopsis, as to how it relates to NVRs:

Surveillance Rated Hard Drive - NVRs need Surveillance Rated Hard Drives, as PC drives will overheat and fail.

Store 40% more data with H.265 video compression or switch back to H.264, if you need H.264 third-party integration support.

Passes vibration and surge testing up to 6,0000 volts - SCW NVRs can withstand vibration and surges up to 6,000 volts.

Cyber Security Protections - hackers can't easily see SCW cameras because they run on a special, isolated network created by the NVR. (For more information and a history of some of the larger cyber security attacks that have affected the industry, please see our guide on best practices for preventing IOT hacks.)

4K at 30 FPS Capable - Sufficient Bitrate (processing power) to Record Smooth Video

Easy 1 Click Firmware Update Process - Maintenance made easy.

750 Foot POE Extended Transmission: the old 300 foot limitations are a thing of the past.

No Recording Delay - Even when recording on motion.

ONVIF compliant - this NVR complies with the open industry standard ONVIF for both Profile S (video & audio streaming) and Profile Q POE ports (you can plug-and-play with other Profile Q compliant cameras).

NAS backup - this NVR can extend its storage or mirror its contents onto a second location on a NAS (networked attached storage) device



3 to 5 year warranty

3 or 5 Year Warranty

The Admiral 16 Channel NVR comes with a 3 year warranty. This warranty can also be upgraded to a 5 years. We recommend doing so for commercial clients.



SCW View Station

SCW view station PC/Mac Software

Our Windows/Mac application is a full featured, easy to use, desktop video management software. You can combine multiple Admiral or Imperial systems, even at multiple locations and seamlessly view, control, and manage them as if they were one system. Just about anything you can do on your NVR you can do on our free SCW ViewStation.

SCW View Station is both Mac and PC compatible and is 100% free.





Smartphone viewing with SCWGo

SCWGo Smartphone and Tablet Apps

SCWGo is availible for both Android and iPhone/iPad.

You download these apps from your phone's app store. Just look for the SCWGo app.



VGA Out

VGA Out

This recording device has VGA Out.

You can plug this recording device into any VGA enabled monitor.

Q: Do I have to use a monitor?

A. No, you can use either a monitor or a TV, as explained below. But, you don't actually have to use either. You can manage nearly all your settings remotely via our PC or Mac apps or via the web-interface. Quite a few of our customers hide their recorders or put them in a safe with a cable pass-through, to prevent them from potential theft. This is a perfectly fine solution. You will probably want to plug a monitor in to make your initial setup easier.



HDMI Out

HDMI Out

This recording device has HDMI Out.

You can plug this recording device into any HDMI enabled television. This means that you don't need to purchase a monitor unless you want to; you can connect a monitor with either HDMI or VGA cable.

Q: What if I plug in both the HDMI and VGA? Can I watch on two screens?

A. On all of our units, you can view the system on both VGA and HDMI at the same time. On the 4 channel Admiral, they will display the same image on both outputs. On the 8 channel Admiral (and the 16 channel Admiral - non-Pro), you can display different images on the VGA than the HDMI. On the 16 Channel Admiral Pro and every NVR larger than that, they have multiple HDMI ports and the first HDMI and the VGA port display the same thing, the additional HDMI ports can be set to a different view.

Please note that although our NVRs can all do 1080P and 4K output, all of them ship with 720P as the default. This is to prevent display issues for people who have older TVs or monitors that don't support 1080P or 4K. To change the output right click and then go to configuration.


American-Based Technical Support after the sale. For FREE. Forever.

Real review from Fransisco, who had this to say:

The most important part of a purchase like this is the support for technical assistance when there is a question or when there is a problem, and they always exceed expectations!


All of our equipment comes with Free Technical Support that is US based (Our Warehouse and Staff are located in Asheville, NC). We're happy to help you via chat, email, screenshare / remote support sessions, and phones. Our number is 866-414-2553 and we're open from 9-7 M-F (EST).


scw support included



UL Listed, FCC certified

UL Listed and FCC Certified

This product is UL Listed and FCC certified

UL is a safety consulting and certification company headquartered in Northbrook, Illinois and provides safety-related certification, validation, testing, inspection, and auditing of SCW products.

The Federal Communications Commission has certified that the electromagnetic interference from the device is under limits approved by the FCC.



Not Sanctioned. On Oct 7th 2019, The US government placed sanctions on major providers in the industry for human rights abuses. Some or all Honeywell, Hikvision, Dahua, Lorex, Swann, LTS, Annke, Alibi, Laview, WBox, Interlogix, Flir, Bosch, ICRealtime, QSee, Panasonic, ADT, Indigo Vision, Montavue, and many more security products are included. SCW's Admiral and Imperial line equipment is not sanctioned.

These sanctions prevent these companies from using US technology or standards in future software or firmware releases and from using US patents in future hardware models. This means that they are going to face a situation where they either don't update firmware for cyber security concerns or lose ONVIF compliance or features when their firmware is updated. For these reasons, we recommend staying away from these brands.

For more information and full documentation, please see our article on NDAA and US Sanctions of Hikvision, Dahua, and their OEM brands.


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Our products are really safe, but if you are going to drill into a wall - for any purpose - you need to stay away from your electrical lines and turn your power off.

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Mounting Bullet Cameras on Walls

In this guide, we will be installing a bullet camera on a wall.

Mounting Bullet Cameras on Ceilings

Mounting Bullet Cameras on Ceilings

In this guide, we will be installing a bullet camera on a ceiling.

Mounting Bullet Cameras on Soffits

Mounting Bullet Cameras on Soffits

In this guide, we will be installing a bullet camera on a soffit.

Mounting Bullet Cameras with Electrical Box Mounts

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Our electrical box mounts are used to give easy access to your connections, hide them inside the junction box, and allow you to drill a smaller hole in your wall. If you want to run EMT or FMC conduit they are necessary to run conduit straight to the camera.

Mounting Bullet Cameras with Pole Mounts

Mounting Bullet Cameras to Pole Mounts

In this guide, we will be installing a Hornet Pro bullet camera on a pole.

Mounting Dome Cameras on Walls

Mounting Dome Cameras on Walls

In this guide, we will be installing a dome camera on a wall.

Mounting Dome Cameras on Ceilings

Mounting Dome Cameras on Ceilings

In this guide, we will be installing a dome camera on a ceiling.

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Positioning the Lens in our Dome Cameras

In this video guide, we demonstrate how to adjust the lens positioning on our Dome Cameras.