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Introduction To Security Camera Installation (Video)

Introduction To Security Camera Installation – Part 1 Introduction To Security Camera Installation – Part 2 Introduction To Security Camera Installation – Part 3 Introduction To Security Camera Installation – Part 4 Introduction To Security Camera Installation – Part 5 Introduction To Security Camera Installation – Part 6

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Viewing A Digital Video Recorder Over The Internet

Remote Viewing of Digital Video Recorders SetupThe DVR needs to be directly connected to the Internet. This means if someone tries to connect to the static or dynamic TCP/IP address of that DVR, there would be nothing blocking or preventing the connection from being made. Such as a firewall. If you tell your Internet Service […]

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CCTV Terminology Glossary

Click on the title above to discuss our Glossary of CCTV Terms. This document defines CCTV terminology. You can comment here, or ask additional questions by simply commenting below.

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Security Camera Lens Overview

Which Security Camera Lens Should I Use? How far you need to see will determine what security camera lens you should use to best fit your application. A 4mm lens will give about a 70 degree angle of view with 35 feet of facial detail. This works great for residential or small office security camera […]

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Overview of C-Mount Cameras & Lenses

The advantage to a C-Mount Camera is that the lens can be changed. If you need to see facial detail further than 35 or 40 ft then you’ll need a c-mount camera with a special lens. C-Mount lenses are available from 4mm to 100mm. A 4mm lens provides facial detail and a 70 degree angle of view […]

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Wireless Security Cameras Overview

What is a Wireless Security Camera? Most security cameras require two pairs of wires: one pair (positive and negative) for power, and one pair to transmit the captured video to a display or recording device (TV or DVR, for example). Wireless cameras only require one pair of wires – for power. The video is transmitted […]

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Comparing Analog To HD-over-Coax

Click through the gallery below to compare analog video snapshots to 1080P HD-over-Coax video snapshots. Analog snapshots were taken using a DME700D while HD images were taken using a DLTAD-1080-36 HD-over-Coax camera. HD images have been scaled down from wide-screen format in order to line up to standard D1 Analog resolution. 1 2 3 4 […]