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Security Cameras

Security cameras are everywhere nowadays, from street lights to area businesses.  There are 2 general types of security cameras available:  Analog cameras and IP Cameras.  Analog systems have been around for a long time and often come with the following amounts of supported cameras:  4, 8, 16 or 32 cameras.  Analog systems are typically coax based and video can be viewed locally or across the Internet.  IP Camera systems are newer to the market than analog systems.  IP systems utilize the computer network to communicate with cameras/storage devices and video can be viewed locally or across the Internet.  We prefer IP systems over analog for many reasons.  Listed below are some advantages of going with IP Cameras:

 

Better Image Quality

  • High Definition Cameras available

  • IP Cameras cover wider distance than most analog cameras

 

Ease of Installation

  • Capability of powering cameras via the network switch via POE (Power over Ethernet)

  • Less cabling needed due to data and power utilizing single network cable per camera

  • As new IP cameras are developed, ease of installation is a primary feature

 

Scalability

  • Start small and grow the system as needed

  • Easily migrate analog systems to IP systems

  • Utilize the computer network and install cameras where it’s impossible with analog systems

 

Capabilities / Features

  • Clients for Windows / Mac

  • Android / IOS Apps available

  • View live or recorded video from anywhere