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Video surveillance systems are a system of one or more video camera's on a
network that send the captured video and audio information to a certain
place. The images are not available to the public like television. They
are live monitored or transmitted to a central location for recording and
storage.

The basic equipment necessary for a video camera surveillance system
includes cameras to capture the images and some sort of recording device
or monitoring service; one and two-way audio speakers are also becoming
more popular every day which adds yet another tool to the arsenal of a
surveillance system monitoring company's trained technicians. Cameras,
possibly speakers and a recording device or monitoring capabilities is
about all you will need besides the usual miscellaneous supplies used when
installing any kind of A/V equipment.

When it comes to video surveillance cameras, there are two basic types of
cameras but there are several different options you can choose from. The
two types of survellance cameras available are analogue and digital. The
signal from an analogue camera can be recorded to a video tape recorder,
it can be converted to a digital signal and stored on a computer, or it
can be stored on a digital video recorder.

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One of the biggest benefits of a smart home is being able to know what's
going on when you're not actually there. Whether you're checking in on
your kids, pets, or an exotic jewel collection, a home security camera is
a great tool for keeping an eye on things from afar.

Although capabilities vary from device to device, indoor security cameras
allow you to monitor what's going on in your home through live or recorded
vido. but not all cameras are created equally. Some have alarms or can
send you notifications when they detect activity, some offer two-way
audio, some are meant to monitor your baby, and some even double as full
on home automation hubs.

We've tested lots of home surveillance cameras over the last few years, so
we know what's important ot look for. For instance, you want a camera
that's simple to set up and use. Additionally, one of the very first
qualities we notice is an attractive-though discreet-design. It's
important that the camera looks like sometihng you actually want in your
home, but depending on your needs, you may not want it to stant out too
much.

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Wired security is the most traditional and used primarily on larger
properties. Evidenced by their name, wired security, these systems require
cables for power, internet connections, and video transmission. A cable
runs from the camera to a recorder, which then connects to your router.
There are two choices for how a wired security system is powered, a
seperate power cord or one POE cable. POE or Power Over the Ethernet
enabled systems only require one cable which provides both power and
internet connection.

Wireless security systems are a great alternative to wired systems.
Wireless systems aim to address the most significant downside to a wired
security camera system: installation. The key difference between a wired
and wireless security camera system is that security footage is
transmitted wirelessly from the camera to the recorder. Wireless systems
connect to your Wi-Fi network, however, do still require wired power.

Wire-free security cameras are the most flexible and easy to install. Due
to advances in battery technology, wire-free security cameras have evolved
significantly and are a great security option.

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