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  • Importance of Ingress Protection (IP) Rating in CCTV Cameras


    We’ve all seen IP66 or IP 68 in the product manuals of our CCTV cameras, laptops and even mobile phones. But what does this mean? In today’s post, we’ll shed light on the subject of IP ratings. IP stands for Ingress Protection. This is a standard security rating affixed to electronic gadgets to define the levels of sealing effectiveness of electrical enclosures against intrusion from foreign bodies (tools, dirt etc) and moisture. It is important to enhance the durability of any electronic gadget especially to protect it from dust and water. Manufacturers create enclosures with higher IP ratings so that

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  • Are CCTV Cameras Effective?


      A very valid question that comes to mind when installing CCTV Cameras is ‘Are CCTV Cameras Effective?’ With a plethora of views out there, we’ll look at the effect of CCTV cameras in relation to crime to help us answer this question; supported by Gill and Sprigs scientific research on the same. Caught in action: By increasing the likelihood of criminals of being caught on camera, there is a general deterrent with a fear of punishment. This stops or reduces the criminal activity. Evidence: With the possibility of being captured on CCTV, comes the hard evidence needed to pro

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  • How to configure an IP camera on a network.


    When setting up a high definition IP camera system, you will require the following equipment:  IP Cameras Network Video Recorder (NVR) CAT5e or CAT6 Network Cabling Computer Monitor or TV Network Switch 1. Discovering IP Cameras The first step is to discover the IP address of your IP camera using the IP camera manufacturer's discovery/finder tool. Alternatively, you can also use the tools built into CMS/VMS systems. However, the manufacturer's own tool is the best option. 2. Pinging IP Cameras Once you discover the IP address of your camera (e.g. 19

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  • Importance of CCTV Cameras in Hotels


      CCTV cameras and surveillance systems have gained popularity and importance in the hotel industry that runs on continuously, 24x7. CCTV surveillance goes a long way in ensuring a safe and secure atmosphere for the hotel guests and staff. In the recent years, there has been an increase in the number of hotels adopting technology to improve their efficiency and a better experience for guests. This ensures guests and their belongings are always are protected. Hoteliers prefer HD CCTV camera since they provide superior image and video quality. Benefits of CCTV Cameras in Hotels Hotel CCTV cameras reduce and h

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  • Analog Cameras and DVRs vs. IP Cameras and NVRs


      Over the years, surveillance systems have evolved from the Analog cameras to IP cameras, and from DVRs to NVRs. They may cost slightly more with a higher initial cost, but IP cameras and NVRs are far superior to their older and outdated counterparts. Think about this. If you go out to buy a computer system today, would you rather invest in an old cathode ray monitor desktop computer system or opt for a slightly costly laptop. There’s your answer. Here are a few reasons why it’s time for you to switch from analog cameras and DVRs to IP cameras and NVRs. 1. Outdated technology – Analog cameras ha

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  • Remote Access CCTV Cameras


      Remote access is the ability to access one’s computer, mobile, CCTV surveillance from a remote location. This provides the advantage of having access to distant gadgets from anywhere in the world. It can be set up with a LAN, WAN or even VPN so that resources and computer systems can be accessed and controlled remotely. You get the freedom to access security surveillance systems set up around your offices and homes even while you enjoy vacation in an overseas resort. All you need to do is ensure the CCTV surveillance system you purchase supports remote access. Both the local CCTV surveillance systems and the

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  • Advantages of Cloud Storage


      In a digital age, physical storage of surveillance footage is fast becoming a concept of the past. Nowadays, more and more people are looking to move forward with the technology advancement in a bid to stay competitive in a fast evolving world. We continuously hear about buildings catching fire and floods damaging equipment beyond recovery, but with cloud storage, you need not worry about any of these issues. Below, we’ll discuss some of the benefits of opting cloud storage for your CCTV surveillance. 1. Security Cloud storage is usually more secure than local or in-house storage, especially if you are a

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  • Motion & Privacy Masking


      Customize your surveillance system with this feature that allows you the freedom to include or exclude certain areas of your camera's surveillance field. All you need to do is ensure that the camera you’re buying supports Motion and Privacy Masking. Motion masking enables you to select individual areas that lie within the camera's field of surveillance and act as a trigger for motion activated recording, for example; setting a Motion Mask around an automated parking ticket gate to automatically save the video and capture the image of the license plate of when any vehicle drives in. On the other hand, a Moti

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  • Night Vision


      Most crimes are committed in the cover of darkness at night. This makes Night Vision Monitoring an essential feature in any security surveillance system to be able to clearly capture all the details on video at night. Police records show that majority of the break-ins, vandalism, and thefts occur under the cover of darkness, and being able to accurately identify the criminals or any details that may help in capture and prosecution of the accused, and recovering lost possessions is a crucial aspect of police investigations. You can incorporate night vision monitoring to your security system by either using cameras w

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  • Take Security To The Next Level with Advik's Fish Eye Camera


        Fish eye camera from ADVIK takes in a whopping 170-degree view and soaks up a wide area of detail, giving a fantastic circular view. Advik's fish eye camera, AD-IPCF3R2360, uses fish-eye lens, which can enable 360-degree secure view. The 360 range gives a high definition, megapixel resolution image, and the camera has various functional features like digital, tilt, pan and zooming. Geovision based fish-eye cameras available with Advik in the indoor as well as weatherproof outdoor based models also. The Geovision based fish-eye  cameras also have a 32 channel NVR licensed software that may be used al

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