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The Pros and Cons of Home Security Camera Systems

If you’re considering upgrading your home security or installing a new security system, then chances are you’re thinking about the benefits of a home security camera system. A long-time mainstay of commercial security, technological advancements and more affordable hardware have made CCTV systems a common option for home security. While there are plenty of reasons to add security cameras to your home security system, there are some downsides to the technology. We’re going to run you through the pros and

Wireless Security Cameras

Wireless security cameras Internet Protocol (IP) addressing for Communicating with Computers, Switches, Bi-directional Receivers, Encoders, Axis Video Servers, etc. An IP Address is a Numerical I.D. for a computer or a device that communicates via a network. A Sub-net Mask tells your computer or device which I.P. addresses are local to your network and where to send information. Changing the IP address and sub-net mask of your computer allows you to communicate with the device that you want to configure; like a switch. When

CCTV security systems

CCTV security systems HD-CVI stands for High Definition Composite Video Interface. This is a brand new technology in the security camera industry that provides a different method of transmitting video signals over coaxial cables. Until this new technology surfaced, analog CCTV video was limited to 960h video resolution. 960h resolution refers to the 30% increase in horizontal resolution, so the maximum analog resolution up to this point was 960 x 480 pixels. This has been the accepted limit to analog video transmission for many years. In order

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