Home Security System
Types Of Video Surveillance Solutions
Plenty of homeowners and even those who own businesses know that there is truly a need for video surveillance solutions. However, to choose which one is good can be a difficult task, unless you have talked it out with one who knows all about surveillance cameras. There is a huge variety of products for business or home surveillance and you should know one from the other.
Since many people have already known that they need to install their own video tracking system, suppliers have brought down the prices for these products. Thus, with reasonable pricing, more and more business owners and residents are using these products. They can be installed in trees and garden settings to monitor people who are coming and going out as well as in entrances, gateways and workplaces.
Surveillance cameras can be used for many reasons and here is a list of their types:
Dummy - You can place a camera that will be visible to outward threats such as robbers and thieves. This will help in diminishing the crime level of an area, especially if there is a highly notorious population in the neighborhood. These cameras would look like real and the people around won't know that it is a dummy.
Hidden - A covert camera can monitor everything that happens around the house or the perimeter. They can be hidden in stuffed toys, figurines, clocks or in house decorations. This is good to install in stationary objects inside a perimeter. Many parents install this camera to keep track of their children when the nanny is babysitting them. Most areas allow installation of covert surveillance cameras that record motion only and not voice.
Infrared - These cameras can work even with no light or low light areas. They are also called night vision cameras.
Wired- These are hard-wired and are used for permanent surveillance. There are certain areas that have to be monitored such as parking areas and entrances so these cameras are installed permanently to record everything that happens around the vicinity it covers.
Wireless - They have the same capacity as the wired but are more flexible when it comes to convenience. The wireless video surveillance systems are smaller than the wired but are more mobile since wires are not present to hinder installation in difficult locations. Use wireless if you have the chance to or you can upgrade your wired installations to wireless for better convenience.
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