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Wireless Security Camera Systems

Tuesday, April 12, 2011
posted by SmartStun 3:55 PM

Are you considering adding a security system to  your home or business?  With how bad crime is getting all across the country, I wouldn’t be surprised.  But, if you are considering adding a security system with surveillance cameras, take a look at Wireless Security Camera Systems.

I say this, because most people tend to shy away from Wireless Security Camera Systems because they cost more than a traditional wired one.  However, those people are not considering the fact that with a wireless system, much less cable is required.  And, cable costs money.  So, do the little cable attachments that are required to hold the cable in place.  Just not having to buy these two items, may make the price of a wireless system the same as a camera security system that is wired.  And, that’s not to mention how much quicker and easier a wireless system can be to install.  Whether you pay someone else or you just consider your own time, usually when factoring in the savings in labor cost, a wireless camera security system doesn’t cost much more, if at all, than a hard wired system.

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Wireless Security Camera Systems

Wednesday, March 30, 2011
posted by SmartStun 4:59 PM

In speaking with a customer the other day, I was kindly reminded that not everyone deals with the same technology as I do every day and so I have to make sure and communicate the basics to everyone.  What I’m talking about is a customer who wanted to install a Security Camera System but didn’t want to go through the hassle of running cables all over his house.  He didn’t mind running some, but he just didn’t want to get into the attic and other creepy crawly places and deal with it.

That’s when I took a second and made sure he knew about Wireless Security Camera Systems.  These surveillance systems utilize the same monitoring and/or recording devices as the the hardwire types, and literally the cameras are the same, with just one difference.  Depending on the camera, it will either have a built in wireless transmitter or a seperate stand alone transmitter that gets placed near the camera.  By using a few wireless security cameras, this homeowner was able to the the surveillance that he wanted, without having to run hundreds of feet of video cable.  He’s happy!

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Surveillance Systems for Homes & Businesses

Friday, March 25, 2011
posted by SmartStun 2:02 PM

You know, regardless of whether you need a surveillance system for your home or business, you pretty much need the same thing.  You need several cameras tied into a DVR or similar recording device.  And, possibly you need the ability to view the monitoring online.  All Home Surveillance Systems are pretty much comprised of these components.

The two biggest questions you’ll need to answer when deciding which package to buy are:  1.  How many cameras will you need and where they’ll be located; and 2.  Do any of the cameras need to be wireless or will you be running wires all the way back to a central point.  You can find home surveillance systems that have some wireless cameras and some hard wired.  And, many companies will work with you if you need to increase or decrease the number of wireless surveillance cameras.  For instance, if their package consists of 16 cameras, 8 wired and 8 wireless, but you need 10 wireless and 6 wired, most will reprice the system accordingly and ship you what you need.  So, design away.

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Complete Home Surveillance Systems

Saturday, March 12, 2011
posted by SmartStun 1:21 PM

These days, you can find almost anything you want on the internet.  Thisincludes complete home sureveillance systems.  In fact, the selection of these systems designed to provide surveillance and security for homes and businesses is quite large.

Home Surveillance Systems almost always consist of a camera or multiple cameras, which can be wired and/or wireless.  They also consist of some sort of recording device, whether it be a DVR or a unit that allows the video to stream into a computer for online recording and viewing.  Whatever other components you need, like cabling, mounting brackets, software, etc you need are also included.  You merely decide the basic parameters of the system you need and select it.  Once it arrives, they’re so simple to install, most homeowners install them themselves.  And, in a matter of hours, or even minutes, the system is up and running.  These have really gotten quite user friendly.

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Outdoor Security Cameras

Monday, February 7, 2011
posted by SmartStun 4:11 PM

What’s the best way to protect your home?  Well, its difficult to say for sure, but one way to consider is by using outdoor security cameras.

Think about it, you want to PREVENT someone from breaking in  or fromvandalizing your home, right?  So, you want to make sure that whatever you use is visible so that any would be criminal will think it best to just keeping move down the street to somewhere else.  So, a system that uses outdoor security cameras is certainly one way to do that.

What’s cool is that you don’t even have to install a full blown system.  You can use a system that has a few cameras that are also supplemented by a few fake security cameras.  That way, your home protection dollar can stretch to protect even more of your home for less.  These days we all need our dollars to stretch as far as they can, but we also need protection as crime is skyrocketing.

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