Security Camera Solutions

With a little research and some common sense wireless CCTV can give your business the protection it needs. A good security camera system installed properly in a business can pay for itself in a short time. There are volumes of data showing a CCTV system can reduce shrinkage, increase revenue, cut cost and boost employee productivity.

Many of us often think the greatest value of a security camera system is to provide evidence when there is an incident of theft, vandal or other misbehavior. However, in most cases the greatest value of a surveillance system is as a deterrent. It is hard to put a price tag on incidents that were prevented from happening at a business because of the presence of security cameras. The learning curve may seem daunting to someone just starting to learn about security cameras. The biggest challenge a business often faces when considering setting up a CCTV system is the installation. Retrofitting a system in a existing building can be complicated. Running wires through ceilings and down walls is not easy.

A wireless CCTV security camera system may be just the answer. Wireless CCTV has come along way in recent years. There are now DVR based wireless security systems with 2, 4 and even 8 cameras. There are several key advantages to using wireless CCTV in a business. Wireless security cameras can be easily mounted, so the disruption to business activity is minimal. Also many times you find the original location the wireless cameras are installed is not exactly where you want them and since there are not a bunch of wires being run in the ceiling, the cameras can easily be moved.

Always keep in mind wireless CCTV security cameras need power. They are wireless in the video transmission not the power supply. There are very few battery operated wireless cameras. Even these are inadequate because the batteries do last long enough complete wireless surveillance. It is always a good idea to install the DVR for a wireless surveillance system in a central location. Most common wireless systems can transmit about 300 feet with no obstructions. If the signal has to go through walls, that maximum distance will be reduced.

Also metal lock boxes can not be used with wireless cameras, so make sure the DVR is in a secure, locked location with in your business premises. An even better answer may be a wireless IP camera. These are cameras that connect to wireless router just like a computer. They are easy to configure and can be viewed from any computer with a web browser.

There is a decent selection of indoor wireless network CCTV cameras, but very few are made for outdoors. If you suspect someone of performing illegal acts against you or your property the best way to catch them in the act may be a wireless spy camera. Covert wireless security cameras come installed inside of everyday objects so no one will suspect they are being watched. Some of the more obscure objects with security camera systems including wall clocks, desk clocks, air purifiers, and motion sensors.