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Security Camera Features 6KV Lightning Protection

Tips/How to: lightning protection for your IP security cameras

Outdoor security cameras or closed-circuit television (CCTV) systems are increasingly being used as security tools to guard businesses, homes and other properties. Their effectiveness as a deterrent to crimes such as burglary, theft and vandalism has long been proven. But outdoor cameras are susceptible to such disturbances as lightning strikes and power surges that could cause major damage to the camera and other system components and compromise a home’s security.

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Wireless Photoelectric Beam Sensors

DIY: How to Make the Wireless Photoelectric Beam Sensors?

Many users may not be happy with their installed alarm system as the system easily triggers false alarm. There are many possibilities why false alarm happens, 90% of false alarms are caused by wrong operation of the system according to the statistics. However, some may come from the failure of the system, and the PIR motion sensor usually is the culprit. There is no many options to tackle this problem. One of option is using the photoelectric beam sensor to replace the PIR motion detectors.

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Outdoor Wi-Fi Camera

Why outdoor Wi-Fi cameras are better than indoor cameras?

Despite the privacy concern, most people like to install security cameras to protect their premises, especially to those who live in an area prone to criminal activities. There are many types of security camera in the market and each type caters a particular need of the end user. Primarily, the camera can be divided into outdoor and indoor two different categories. Overall, the outdoor camera is better than indoor, as it can not only be suitable for most installation scenarios, but also can provide more reliable and stable performance. 

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5MP vs 4MP Video Resolution

4MP/5MP AHD Camera Solution NVP2475H/FH8538M

Introducing you the new AHD camera solution which can achieve 4 megapixel and 5 megapixel video surveillance. The new solution can bring you a higher level of image quality than HD/FHD solution, yet without increasing the cost. Intending to output image resolution higher than Full HD, the new solution adopts a complete new range of hardware design that consisting of high performance image processing processors and 4MP/5MP CMOS image sensors.

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Cat6 Ethernet Cable

Ethernet cable for IP video surveillance system Cat5e or Cat6

How to choose appropriate Ethernet cable for your network layout project? If you are unsure whether to use Cat5 or Cat5e Ethernet cable in your IP video surveillance installation, we recommend using Cat5e for the most majority scenarios, and Cat6 is so far the highest standard which has the capability to transmit data with 1Gigabit speed. 

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