Published at Thursday, September 21st 2017. by olga in Security systems.
• Outdoor Surveillance Dome Camera. This is the most common outdoor security cameras. It is shaped like a dome and mounted on the outdoor walls. It is quite popular because of its shape that is trendy and it blends well with the surroundings. It is also a bit difficult to figure out the position of the camera lens because of its shape.
• Dummy Outdoor Surveillance Cameras. This is an option if you do not want to invest money and if a security threat is not that serious. Fake security cameras look just like real ones but they lack the mechanism. These are used mainly to mislead intruders, but they do not guarantee security.
There are basically three pieces of equipment youll be working with: the cameras, receiver/DVR and the monitor.
Today more and more people have the need to learn how to install security cameras and security camera systems in their home or business. This is because crime is on the rise and DIY security cameras and security camera systems have become higher in quality, more affordable and easy to purchase. Since you no longer have to hire a professional to install security cameras, it is possible to have your home or business under surveillance in no time at - all by yourself, and at an affordable price. Here is some help and some tips on how to install your own security cameras.
• Do you prefer wired or wireless cameras? Hardwired Camera Systems are more reliable than wireless will require that you drill holes into walls to mount cameras and to feed wires through the walls. Wireless Security Camera Systems use radio frequency through the air from the cameras transmitter to a receiver. The receiver picks up the signal and transfers it to a TV or Monitor or Digital Video Recorder. So no wiring is required. Wireless cameras are much easier to install and can be mounted almost anywhere and can be moved around with more ease.
Every c-mount security camera has a varying ability to see in the dark. To know how well the camera works in low lighting conditions, you will need to compare its lux rating. A lower lux rating means that the camera will be able to operate better in lower light. Because c-mount cameras can deliver color video in poor lighting conditions, c-mount cameras are especially valued in crime-fighting and government operations. Lower lux ratings usually correlate with more expensive machines.