Features To Look Out For On High-End Cameras

It comes as no surprise that the more expensive high-end cameras tend to have more features than cheaper models. Of the higher-end cameras there are several features that set them above the rest. Night Vision Night vision comes at a high priority as crimes have a tendency to occur after dark. Motion Detection Motion detection is also desirable, but be sure that the sensitivity and range can be adjusted. This helps to stop windblown debris from being picked up by the alarm system unnecessarily. By properly tuning the system, you can also have a text message sent to your phone when motion is detected. Saving Video and Images The ability to save video and... Read More »

Efficient Wiring For Home Security Systems

Home security systems can become a jumbled array of different cameras, sensors and alarms. Along with each piece of equipment is some kind of wiring, usually power, but video and audio in some cases too. It all amounts to a large amount of wires that need to be organised somehow throughout the home. One way of doing just this is with an integrated home network. An integrated home network consolidates all your wiring. Instead of many separate wires all daisy-chained through your walls, a network puts everything you need in a single, central hub. Wire then runs directly from this hub to each room, where modular outlets provide access to services. Newly introduced wireless... Read More »

Making Use Of CCTV Camera Kits

If you are just starting out in home security, buying a CCTV camera kit is a good way to begin surveying your premises. An average security camera kit package includes four cameras, each of which are weather resistant, use night visibility and record in high definition. Because of the amount of cameras that are included, its possible to survey a large area in or around the home. This is useful as it allows you to install cameras in unison with each other, allowing for a large and effective amount of visual coverage. This is a much more effective and organised way of surveying than using just one camera at a time. Camera kits... Read More »

Installing a Home Security System

A home security system is an important device, its ability to watch over areas of a home autonomously provides a valuable function. Be sure your security system is operating correctly by following these installation tips. 1. Choose a place near your first point of entry. Also make sure this is close to a power source to install the panel. Often, you’ll only need a small nail to install the panel. Removable double sided adhesive can also be used. 2. A home security system will include basic door and window alarm sensors. These sensors usually come with a peel and stick backing that holds them into place yet allows them to be moved as needed. Use the guidelines provided to place... Read More »

Financing Business Security Systems

Many businesses demand a high quality security system as a standard for regular business operation. Because of its necessity, there are many ways in which a security system can be financed, through traditional finance lease agreement, or a hire purchase or an off balance sheet operating lease if required. A tailored finance solution for all security systems allows for them to be installed straight away with no capital outlay and spread the cost over a pre-determined period. This allows for security systems to be custom made for a specific purpose. The supplier or brand can be chosen ahead of time and the best deal for the equipment can be negotiated before it is put onto on a... Read More »
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