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Security cameras are installed to do surveillance and monitoring of certain areas, like entry/exit points and places of restricted access.
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Security Camera Systems – List of Valuable Tips for Selecting Security Cameras
Security cameras are installed to do surveillance and monitoring of certain areas, like entry/exit points
and places of restricted access. Whether for your household or business, they prove to be valuable
and helpful in preventing crime and in catching perpetrators. They can help you identify certain
individuals before you open the door for them, too. The key is to find the right cameras that will suit
your requirements and your level of security. There are many different security cameras available
today, and these tips should make it easier for you to pick the best equipment from all of the choices
•Identify your security requirements – Do you want the cameras to be concealed or serve as a
deterrent? Who will need to monitor? Box cameras are typically bulky and can easily be
spotted, so they make people know that they are being watched. Dome cameras are more
discreet due to their smaller and compact sizes. PZT (pan tilt zoom) cameras may be practical
for monitoring areas that are expansive and may have a lot of moving subjects.
•Determine where the cameras will be placed – Modern high-end security cameras can be
placed indoors and outdoors, but you need to consider their housing and mounting features. If
you are placing them outdoors, make sure that they are rated IP68 and designed to withstand
cold, humidity, moisture, and warmth. Some cameras come with special features, like a robust
housing or box that can protect them from harsh environments high levels of vibration and
extreme temperatures are common.
•Consider the areas that need to be watched – Talk to your security manager or work with a
CCTV expert to assess the mount of cameras that you need. PTZ security cameras are ideal for
large and spacious areas due to their ability to zoom and move, and their vast range of view.
So, you could do with only a few strategically installed units to lower the costs. However, if you
only need to monitor a small or limited space, consider static surveillance cameras.
•Take note of the lighting conditions – Consider cameras with night vision if you will be placing
them outdoors or in areas that are not likely to have adequate lighting at some time of the day
or night. Some cameras come with light filtering to minimize glare and help create clear