About Security Cameras.

A security camera is an electronic video monitoring device that records and transmits a video signal to a local or remote server.

Advantages of using a security camera

  • Security CameraAdvanced functionality

State of the art surveillance systems can record low-light conditions and have a pan, tilt, and zoom (PTZ) function.

  • Deterring effect and decreased crime rates

Using a security camera affects potential perpetrators and deters them from committing a crime.

  • Better control over employees

Video surveillance lets you monitor your employees’ activities.

  • Safer working environment

While maintaining control over your workers’ activities and productivity, a security camera ensures your employees are always kept safe.

  • Non-stop security

Video security systems can be used to monitor and record 24/7. Even if your home or business were a victim of crime, the camera would help you identify the perpetrator.

  • Reliability

Video surveillance systems record even the smallest detail that the ordinary eye can miss.

About Security CamerasTypes of security cameras

  • Analog

Analog video surveillance systems are connected to the receiver using a coaxial cable and can record and transmit an analog signal. Analog security cameras usually use a DVR (Digital Video Recorder) device to store video recordings.

  • Digital (IP) surveillance cameras

Digital or IP (Internet Protocol) video security systems are connected to the receiver through a network. Digital CCTV systems are more advanced than analog devices and include various benefits such as improved accessibility, superior image quality, and improved functionality. Digital/IP cameras use an NVR (Network Video Recorder) device to store video materials recorded.

Both analog and digital security cameras can be a box, dome, or bullet-shaped.

Low-Light and Infrared Technology

Advanced video security systems can record in low-light conditions. The ability of a camera to record in a low-light environment is measured by a lux. A low lux rating means higher quality. State of the art video surveillance systems has a 1-lux or even 0-lux ratings.

Infrared cameras also record images in low-light conditions using an infrared light-emitting diode (LED) that works by measuring an object’s heat. 

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