IP Camera Systems
It’s rare that a business owner can have constant supervision over their company and its employees. There’s simply not enough time in the day to manage your workload and keep an eye on what is happening throughout your building. The solution for many businesses in the past has been to simply set up an analog surveillance system, but there are limitations to many of them that exist. Not to mention that analog cameras have been around for decades compared to the newer IP camera technology.
Installation of an IP camera system can open up many more opportunities for a business, especially when compared to the outdated analog surveillance systems. The image quality is far superior to any analog camera you can find. You have more visual options such as installing a 180 degree camera. In one camera, there are four cameras that capture images with a quality as high as 10 megapixels each, which are displayed as a 4-screen division. In order to capture that same span of images with analog cameras, you would require 4 separate cameras which only can capture a 45 degree angle each. The expense of one 180 degree IP camera versus four analog cameras displays that IP Camera Systems tend to be a more cost-effective solution.
A higher image quality can mean many things for your company. In the case of an incident, having a better image quality for playback purposes can help you capture a clean face or license plate which is great for evidence. You can also pan, zoom or tilt your cameras and not have to deal with visual complications such as graininess or blurriness in the image.
When you decide to have an IP camera system installed for your business, you are agreeing to an easier and more cost-effective setup. Professional installers have many obstacles when it comes to installing analog cameras because there is always the need to have a power supply nearby unless they run cables which could also mean drilling through concrete or running cables through ceilings and walls. It becomes a more detailed job, which means more labor hours.More labor hours equals more expenses on a security camera installation. You can avoid the hassle that comes along with analog camera systems by installing IP camera systems The technician has more flexibility and can mount cameras in more remote areas of your building. Using PoE (Power over Ethernet) network switches, power can easily be supplied to the camera.
IP cameras are connected directly to the network, where all data is acquired. By having your footage run directly into the network, it allows for many possibilities in the surveillance world. You can wirelessly access the network and have control over the cameras and everything that they observe through your mobile device. With this capability, you can watch what is going on in your building 24/7 from anywhere in the world.
Between the cost-effectiveness and the benefits that come with IP camera systems, it’s hard to see analog cameras finding as much usefulness in the workplace. Those who are making the decision on what surveillance systems to install in their business should consider making the upgrade to IP camera systems in order to provide their company with the most efficient business security systems that are currently available.
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