What are your needs? There is no one size fit all camera for everything. In determining what the best camera is for your construction site, figure out your needs for
What License Plate Recognition Camera Should I Buy?
Intro into license plate recognition Customers often ask “What license plate recognition (LPR) system should I purchase? The problem is there is no one true answer. It is entirely dependent
Connecting your CCTV DVR to a Wireless Router
And Some Things to Consider What’s the issue? Most video surveillance DVRs are designed to use a wired LAN port for internet access. They are intended to run hardwired for
TVI vs CVI vs AHD vs CVBS vs SDI Security Cameras
Many customers get confused on the differences between the most popular analog video signals in the security camera market. The most popular are TVI, CVI, AHD, CVBS and SDI. CVBS
NVRs: What is plug-n-play and ONVIF?
For security camera systems, one could imagine plug-n-play being available for analogy cameras DVRs (Digital Video Recorder) only. You would simply need a RG59 Coax cable coupled with BNCs, a
What is the difference between dynamic vs static Public IP Address?
An IP (Internet Protocol) address is as unique as a phone or social security number. These numbers are assigned to our devices by our ISP (Internet Service Provider), helping us
What is the difference between H264 and H265?
Many people associate H264 with security camera systems. Many of the DVRs and NVRs we sell have H264 printed on the box or displayed at the system’s initial boot. In
Should I Use Static or DHCP for Security Camera System
On my previous blog, I spoke in depth about how to use a public static IP address. It is also important to learn how to use static or DHCP private
Why you should Install IP Security System?
As you think of how crime is escalating in recent times, it makes you worry about the safety of your family and your business. Sad thing is that break ins
How much security camera resolution do I really need?
The biggest factor that affects customer decision on buying cameras, besides the prices is resolution. So a common question we get when we help clients with cameras they need is,