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Frequently asked questions.

1. Higher resolution:
IP cameras generally have higher resolution than analog cameras, which means that they can capture more detail in the video footage.

2. Digital transmission:
IP cameras transmit video footage over an internet protocol network, which means that the footage can be viewed remotely and can be easily stored and accessed digitally.

3. Easy installation:
IP cameras can be easily installed using a network cable and can be configured remotely, which makes installation and maintenance easier.

4. Scalability:
IP camera systems can be easily scaled up or down depending on the size of the facility, and additional cameras can be added without the need for additional hardware.

5. Intelligent video analytics:
IP cameras can include intelligent video analytics, such as facial recognition, license plate recognition, and object tracking, which can help to automate monitoring and analysis.

6. Integration with other systems:
IP cameras can be integrated with other systems, such as access control systems, alarm systems, and building automation systems, which can provide additional layers of security and control.

7. Cost-effective:
IP cameras can be cost-effective over the long term, as they require less cabling, maintenance, and power than analog cameras.

1. Camera
If you’re building a CCTV Camera System, you have two camera options: Internet Protocol (IP) or analog. IP is usually the preferred choice due to its compatibility with most devices. Many different types of cameras can be installed, for example -dome cameras, bullet cameras, covert cameras. Depending on how many angles you want to cover, how many cameras you will need in that specific area, how much resolution or detailing you require when you choose your preferred cameras.

2. Monitoring Station
A monitor arguably facilitates the most important function of a security camera: viewing recorded images and footage. Deciding how many monitors you’ll need is dependent upon what, and which area you are monitoring. You wouldn't need more than three to five screens if you aren't operating in a large-scale facility. Although if your requirements change, you can easily add or remove monitors anytime to match the compatibility of your camera.

3. Cables & Routers
Depending on the type of surveillance system, and cameras you choose, you will need supporting technologies like cables, and routers to be integrated into your system for a seamless connection. For example, wireless systems require a router, while wired versions do not. Therefore, choose the cables, and wires after selecting your cameras, and monitors according to your unique needs.

4. Video Recorders
The video recorder is the device where video recorded on the camera gets processed for storage & viewing. There are two types of video recorders: DVR (Digital Video Recorders) and NVR (Network Video Recorders). You can learn more about them here.

5. Data Storage
Your CCTV security system is only as good as the hard disk backing it. The storage device for a security camera system should be able to record, store and re-play videos non-stop from multiple feeds. Regular hard drives that are used in PCs and Laptops are ill equipped to handle CCTV storage needs. Hence, it is critical to choose a robust storage system for safe data storage.

6. Internet Service Provider (ISP)
is a company that provides access to the internet. ISPs can provide this access through multiple means, including dial-up, DSL, cable, wireless and fiber-optic connections. A variety of companies serve as ISPs, including cable providers, mobile carriers, and telephone companies.

Wired vs. wireless home security cameras.
When security cameras first hit the market, they required a wired electrical source to work. Some multi-camera setups still work this way. These wired cameras rely on video cables to transmit video signals to a viewing device, like a computer monitoring or television.

With a wireless security camera, the video signal—and, with some, the audio signal as well—transmits over the internet or other wireless network to a receiver that connects to your viewing and recording device. Many people use computers or cloud storage accounts to save the video footage for later viewing.

A wireless camera must maintain a signal and connection to your network to record and capture footage. If there's a disruption to your connection, your wireless security camera can’t send the feed to your mobile device. Wireless security camera benefits

Do wireless security cameras need internet?
As mentioned above, wireless security cameras are easier to install than the wired alternative. Many wired cameras connect to your home’s electrical system, so you’ll need to hire a professional for the installation. Wireless cameras rely on Wi-Fi or other networks. Follow the instructions, and you can set up and connect most cameras in less than 15 minutes.

Wireless security cameras are often more ideal for renters, people new to home security, or those on a budget. Not only are wireless security cameras less expensive than wired systems, but they’re easier to move and transport. Just unplug them, and you’re ready to go!

Wireless security camera limitations
It’s important to note that there are limitations to a wireless security camera’s capabilities: Battery power

Battery power
If the camera is completely wireless, it needs a battery for power. In this kind of arrangement, you need to replace or recharge the battery before it dies. Solar cameras also use a solar panel to charge the batteries during the day. Distance from router or hub

Distance from router or hub
Don't place a wireless camera too far away from the main hub or wireless router. If there’s a direct line of sight, a wireless camera’s range may reach up to 500 feet or more. Within a house, the range is usually lower—around 150 feet—though not always.

The signal range depends on a few factors, including your home’s building materials, other wireless devices in the area, and any walls or objects through which the signal has to pass.

Standard drywall and glass windows may not impact the strength of the camera’s wireless signal, but brick and concrete will. If there are brick walls, concrete floors, and large trees in between the camera and receiver, your signal strength will likely weaken.

Final word
Wireless security cameras are a great addition to your home security system, as they offer you 24/7 viewing access to your home, no matter where in the world you are. Wireless security cameras are a great addition to your home security system, as they offer you 24/7 viewing access to your home, no matter where in the world you are.

Yes nowadays, most of us have a smartphone. It has become such an integral part of our lives that it is hard to imagine living without one.

As technology advances, so does the way we use our smartphones. One of the latest trends is viewing surveillance from smartphone. This allows you to view live footage from your NVR no matter where you are in the world.

We have App for live footage viewing on smartphone (IOS and Android) and on PC.

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