When you need to protect your personal or professional assets, what is the first thing that comes to mind? Security measures – but what does this look like in hardware, software and budget costs especially for a small company that is just starting out. How many cameras do you need, what characteristics should the system have and how do you keep it affordable?
These are all very good questions and you don’t need a top of the line security vendor to do the work for you when you buy the items packaged together with detailed instructions for the required installation. This method alone will save you a lot of money over the long term while still giving you the necessary access and protection you need.
An HD surveillance camera system is available for purchase in multiple sizes including 4-, 8-, 16 and higher camera configurations with the accompanying DVR, monitor and equipment. The first step is to find a vendor you trust that sells quality camera systems and then evaluate your location for risk areas, entry points and locations for high dollar items. Cameras should have the resolution set for day and night time visual capture and recording so that the most amount of detail is captured for reference at any time. The HD function helps with this so you need to ensure that this is part of the description along with being waterproof and discreet in design. A surveillance system is only as good as the ability to access and replay the data so the DVR is an essential component with multiple display options on a single screen and remote access. Storage space is the third main feature that you need to have depending on how long you want to keep recordings, how often they will be overwritten, etc.
The knowledgeable online staff can help to answer any questions and make recommendations based on the information you provide during the call. Their goal is to set you up with a state of the art HD surveillance camera system that will give you peace of mind when you are not at home or locking up the shop for the evening.