Published at Friday, September 15th 2017. by olga in Security systems.
• Web-Ready. Some systems provide web-ready DVR or computer hookup that provides live monitoring thought the Internet. Your home and property can be monitored from anywhere in the world where there is Internet access.
• Infrared Outdoor Bullet Security Cameras. This is a must have for night time surveillance. This outdoor security camera system provides clear colored images during the day and black and white images at night. This type facilitates nighttime surveillance with various resolutions and lens angles.
C-Mount security cameras, like most models of security cameras, do face a weakness: c-mount cameras require considerable effort to be used outdoors. C-mount cameras are more sensitive than, for example, bullet security cameras, and considerable damage can be done to them by rain, wind, heat, or cold. If you need to use a c-mount security camera outdoors, you will need to purchase a housing and a mounting bracket. Some housings simply protect for rain and projectiles, whereas other are equipped with heaters and blowers to keep the temperature constant. Mounting brackets, just as they sound, enable c-mount cameras to be mounted on exterior walls.
Home security cameras - The number of crimes are constantly increasing. Home, a place that people consider to be the safest place, is not safe anymore. The home has become a target of several harmful activities in the recent past. The use of cameras at home has now become a necessity and not just an option. Home cameras not only help in detecting crime, but also help in preventing them. Surveillance cameras have become the weapon to fight the growing number of terrorist activities.
• DVR. This is a hard drive that allows you to record and playback the video feed from the security system. When the memory becomes full, the new video signal will then overwrite the oldest one. There are some systems that have memories large enough to record 150 days worth of footage.
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.