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  • Ganz Line of IP Security Cameras Allow Leveraging Of Existing Technology

    Posted in Surveillance Systems | February 14 2012

    If your site already has an extensive Ethernet network installed, it makes sense to consider strongly the idea of using internet protocol security cameras for your security camera system. An IP camera works on an Ethernet network as if it was just another device where you can use existing cabling, routers and servers to manage your surveillance system. You can use features like digital zoom that would not possible with a closed circuit system. An IP system also allows you to configure a computer as a server and use its hard drive storage for archiving video. You can easily configure recording settings like the frame rate and how far back in time you want to store video before deleting it.

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  • Hunt Electronics Covert Security Cameras: Keeping Surveillance Under Wraps

    Posted in Surveillance Systems | February 14 2012

    There are two different schools of thought when it comes to installing security cameras for surveillance. One is that letting everyone in the area know that they are under surveillance is an effective deterrent. This is why you often see monitors displaying customer activity out in the open in large retail stores. The other school of thought is that the less everyone in the area knows about your security system, the better it is at uncovering improper activities.

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  • Digital Watchdog Security Cameras: Price & Flexibility!

    Posted in Surveillance Systems | February 14 2012

    You can get a wide selection of security cameras for a variety of surveillance environments from Digital Watchdog. It would be too lengthy to describe all their cameras in this article, but what we can do is talk about the best camera from each group. The most important thing you need to know is that Digital Watchdog offers a 5 year warranty on all their security cameras and security DVR's!

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  • What To Look For When Purchasing A Security Camera System

    Posted in Surveillance Systems | February 14 2012

    Security cameras have advanced well past the days of black and white, statically mounted units with no zoom capability. Nowadays you can not only obtain cameras that record in color and have pan, tilt and zoom capability, you can also set them up to operate in several types of adverse conditions and as a part of a sophisticated security solution. Before spending any money on a camera or a system, it is critical to examine your environment and your needs. Evaluating your environment and mounting requirements is the best way to determine the security camera type and features you need to best secure an area.

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  • BNC Connectors for Security Camera Installations

    December 19 2011

    A BNC connector is the most commonly used connector for terminating the ends of coaxial cable in a CCTV security camera installation. The CCTV cable or coaxial cable is used to stream the video between the security camera and the digital video recorder (DVR) device that allows you to record, view, and play back the video that the security camera is viewing. Most security cameras have a female BNC pigtailcoming out of them for you to plug your coaxial cable into via a male BNC connector. Most security DVRs have numerous BNC female video ports on the back that are also used to plug in your coaxial cable via another male BNC connector. This is how the connection between a security camera and DVR is made. This is why you often hear the term CCTV cable. The BNC connector has a locking mechanism that assists in creating a strong and secure connection between the coaxial cable and the CCTV equipment.

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  • BNC Connectors for Security Camera Installations

    Posted in Surveillance Systems | December 19 2011

    A BNC connector is the most commonly used connector for terminating the ends of coaxial cable in a CCTV security camera installation. The CCTV cable or coaxial cable is used to stream the video between the security camera and the digital video recorder (DVR) device that allows you to record, view, and play back the video that the security camera is viewing. Most security cameras have a female BNC pigtailcoming out of them for you to plug your coaxial cable into via a male BNC connector. Most security DVRs have numerous BNC female video ports on the back that are also used to plug in your coaxial cable via another male BNC connector. This is how the connection between a security camera and DVR is made. This is why you often hear the term CCTV cable. The BNC connector has a locking mechanism that assists in creating a strong and secure connection between the coaxial cable and the CCTV equipment.

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