Indoor Security Cameras

All of us have seen an outdoor CCTV camera, usually installed at airports, train stations and public buildings.  But did you know that many people also have additional indoor surveillance cameras to keep a vigilant eye on their home and office?

CCTV Surveillance Cameras come with different specifications and could be installed both inside and outside your home and office. Some of the different types of indoor surveillance cameras available are,  

  • Wired Surveillance Camera

    Wired CCTV camera is designed to send and receive signals via data cables spread across a specific perimeter.

    The components of a wired CCTV camera system typically include:

    • Recorder – Designed to record video being captured

    • Data cables – Connect the cameras to a monitor

    • Monitor –  Designed to view the video being recorded

  • Wireless Surveillance Camera

    Wireless CCTV cameras are designed to transmit signals to recording devices and control panels over high speed wireless internet by encoding and creating digital packets.

    These cameras are ideal in case of the surveillance system being spread over a large area or having a large number of interlinked components. Their usefulness in these cases can also be attributed to the fact that wireless CCTV surveillance cameras are portable and normally come in small sizes. 

  • IP Camera

    IP cameras use the LAN network to transmit video data in a digitized form. An IP camera is expected to achieve secure transmission of data. In order to do this, various authentication and encryption methods are used. These methods include WPA, TKIP and AES.

    IP cameras are also designed to operate without being connected to a power supply. To do this, this surveillance camera uses the power over Ethernet protocol technology. Furthermore, IP cameras could also be connected to and monitored with devices that use wireless networks, such as mobile phones.

Outdoor Surveillance Cameras

Living in an unsafe neighborhood? Worried that your house and loved ones could be a victim?  An outdoor surveillance system could address your concerns by enabling you to keep an eye on the surroundings of your house. Forming an integral part of the outdoor surveillance system, outdoor cameras are divided into two categories; wireless and wired security surveillance cameras.

While choosing an outdoor surveillance camera, it is important that you take weather conditions into account. For example, if the weather conditions of your neighborhood include frequent winds, you should look for CCTV cameras that come with an isolating enclosure to guard the camera against vibrations.

 If your house is located on a side where there are no street lights, you may want to consider going for an outdoor night vision surveillance camera. 

How does a night vision surveillance camera work?

Night vision surveillance cameras are designed to use infrared technology to spot activity. These cameras are designed to make use of infrared frequency light, created by a light emitting diode (LED) fitted inside, to amplify the image being recorded.  

What to consider when buying a CCTV surveillance camera?

There are a wide variety of CCTV cameras available in the market. Here are several pointers that you might want to consider before buying CCTV cameras.

  • Set a rough budget before buying. These cameras come have different price ranges.  

  • Camera size is an important factor, as it comes into play if you want to conceal your CCTV camera.

  • Are you willing to pay extra for the installation of your surveillance system? If not, then go for a wireless surveillance camera.

  • Do you think you will need to shift your camera’s location frequently? If yes, then you should pick a wireless CCTV camera.

  • Cameras offered by different companies will have varying features. Carefully analyze the features and specifications before choosing.

Instead of hiring security personnel to guard your home or office building, you could make do with installing indoor and outdoor security cameras. This may help you keep an eye on what’s going on and give you and your family the protection they deserve.



Q:How much of the room can the indoor home security camera cover?

A:This will basically depend upon which security camera you choose. There are many different types of cameras available, each with certain features and functions. Typically, a camera would provide a 70 degree angle of view without distorting the resolution up to 35-40 feet. If you wish for a wide angle and better quality picture, you can opt for a high powered lens for your camera.

Q:Would I get live images from the indoor security camera?

A:That depends on the type of security cameras you are using. There are several camera systems available in the market that allow you to get live images from your home on to your PC or your phone. You can look at your house, your driveway or office anytime from anywhere via the internet. Motion activated alerts can even be sent to your email.

Q:What types of indoor security cameras are available and what are the difference between them?

A:There are various types of indoor security cameras available in the market. One of the most commonly used ones is the 'dome cameras'. These give 360 degree coverage and have the ability to cover a large area. Another option for an indoor camera is the 'fixed lens' camera. Nearly the opposite of a dome camera, this gives you the ability to focus on one area for a longer period of time. The image quality with this camera is generally higher than others.

Q:How often it is required to delete or reset indoor security cameras footage?

A:There are a multitude of factors that decide how often you may need to delete or reset indoor security cameras footage. However, it normally depends on the security system that is being used indoors. If the security system is older, then the footage may need to be reset frequently due to the limitations of data storage. You may not need to reset a new security system as it has enough space for data storage.

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