SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS

Have you ever wanted to be in two places at the same time? You may not be able to be
there physically, but at Dicsan Technology we can help you to always be informed
about what is going on in and around your home or business. Installing a Security
Cameras System
 and setting up Remote Monitoring on your Smartphone, Tablet, PC or
TV; you’ll be able to have the peace of mind you deserve knowing exactly what is
happenning in real time at your property while you are away.

SECURITY CAMERAS FEATURES - FRAME RATE

HOW MANY FRAMES PER SECOND IS GOOD FOR A SECURITY CAMERA ?

Frame rate (expressed in frames per second or fps) is the frequency (rate) at which consecutive images called frames appear on a display. The term applies equally to film and security cameras, computer graphics and motion capture systems. Frame rate means the number of frames that your surveillance camera captures per second. Frame is a concrete image within a succession of these that constitute an animation. The continuous succession of these frames produces the idea of movement, what happens because of the minimum differences between them. These have a frequency, which is the number of frames per second (fps) that is needed to get an idea of the movement. Maintain the quality of images while reducing bandwidth by choosing the best frame rate for security cameras. Keep reading to learn how many frames per second is good for a security camera system.

BEST FRAME RATE FOR SECURITY CAMERAS

Frames per second, is a way of measuring how many frames your security camera system records per second of video. For example, if your security camera captures 30 fps, it means that it can capture 30 frames in a single second of video. The higher the frames, the smoother the video will be. How many frames per second is good for a security camera? Security cameras with slow speeds (from 1 to around 25 frames per second) appear choppy, however, when presented with speeds of 25fps and higher it’s increasingly difficult to see individual frames. Currently, the industry standard for clear, smooth video even with moving objects, and the best frame rate for security cameras is 30 fps, although the quality of video you’re hoping to capture and your network’s bandwidth is heavily influenced what frame rate will work best for you. 30 fps is not only the best frame rate for security cameras but, also, the standard rate for your television, since it results in smooth movement of people and objects between frames.

  • MANAGING FRAME RATE IN YOUR SECURITY CAMERA SYSTEM

The frame rate is a parameter that can be set either in the IP Security CameraPoE camera, in a video server or in the video surveillance management software.

Frame rate also has an impact on the size of your video files. If your storage or bandwidth is limited, by controlling the frame rate you can reduce the bandwidth usage by eliminating unnecessary frames. A common technique is to configure the security camera system in a way in which the speed of the photos is detected movement. Another technique consists of transmitting at a higher frame rate for a local display, and less through the Internet for remote viewing. In many circumstances, a lower frame rate will still record video that is smooth while saving you space and bandwidth.

It is important to know how many frames per second a DVR/NVR plays. For example, a 4-channel DVR that is rated at 60 fps records a total of 60 frames per second. If you connect two cameras to this 4-channel DVR with a capacity of 60 fps, each camera will record at 30 FPS, but if you connect 4 cameras to the unit, each camera will record at 15 FPS. Although this may be acceptable for many, it is not enough to record full-motion video.

The frame rate is one of the factors to consider when looking to install a security camera system. Do you have questions or would you like to learn more about frames per second (fps)? Take the first step! Contact Dicsan Technology today!

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Other Features

SECURITY CAMERAS: ANALOG

Analog Security Cameras capture an analog video signal and transfers it over coax cable to a DVR (Digital Video Recorder). The DVR will convert the analog signal to digital, then compress it and store it on a hard drive for later retrival.

SECURITY CAMERAS: HD-TVI

HD-TVI Security Cameras currently support video resolution as high as 1080p by using the same coaxing cabling as Analog Cameras use which, makes it easier for people with old Analog CCTV Systems to upgrade to an HD system.

SECURITY CAMERAS: IP

IP Cameras are able to deliver higher resolution and offer digital zoom and on board digital processing. A higher number of pixels will provide a better digital zoom so you’ll see further into the distance without degrading the image.

SECURITY CAMERAS: MEGAPIXELS

Megapixel Security Cameras deliver the best image quality available, capturing a super high-resolution image and allowing you to digitally zoom in on specific details with great clarity when reviewing recorded Surveillance videos.

SECURITY CAMERAS: COLOR NIGHT VISION

Color Night Vision Security Cameras contain powerful image sensors that are more sensitive to light allowing the sensor to absorb more visible light so the cameras will continue to provide full color video images in low-light conditions.

SECURITY CAMERAS: THERMAL

Thermal Seurity Cameras sense thermal energy instead of using visual light to construct images. Since it doesn’t see light, it will see at night as well as it does during the day. It sees through obstructions and its not affected by smoke, dust or fog.

SECURITY CAMERAS: WIDE DYNAMIC RANGE

Wide Dynamic Range Security Cameras help to figh natural and artificial lighting. These cameras have a special software which allows them to balance too bright or too dark rooms creating a balanced and high resolution video shot.

SECURITY CAMERAS: WIRELESS

Wide Dynamic Range Security Cameras help to figh natural and artificial lighting. These cameras have a special software which allows them to balance too bright or too dark rooms creating a balanced and high resolution video shot.

SECURITY CAMERAS: COST

Having a security system as necessary as paying for services.The price depends on the features and form factors of the equipment, as well as the amount of devices installed, the distance, whether, and if its a wired or wireless system.

SECURITY CAMERAS: AUDIO

Audio Security Cameras have built-in microphones that allow easy audio recording. Hidden audio security cameras are illegal, so you must get the consent of at least one person in the conversation or hang sign where they are installed.

SECURITY CAMERAS: FIELD OF VIEW

A Network Security Camera can be described as a camera and a computer combined in one unit. Their significantly high video resolution will allow you to capture more area per camera and zoom-in to enhance minor details.

SECURITY CAMERAS: IMAGE SENSOR

Image sensor is the element of an electronic camera, which detects and captures the information that makes up the image. This was achieved by converting the attenuation of light waves into electrical signals.

SECURITY CAMERAS: POE

Power over Ethernet (PoE) works by using a single network cable to provide both data connection and electric power over to an IP Security Cameras. This will result in lower cost, less downtime, easier installation and maintenance.

SECURITY CAMERAS: PTZ

PTZ stands for Pan, Tilt and Zoom. This refers to the capabilities of automated cameras and video recorders. Has the ability to rotate, usually in a full circle, to tilt at different angles up and down, and to zoom in on particular objects.

SECURITY CAMERAS: VIDEO COMPRESSION

Video compression techniques consist of reducing and eliminating redundant video data so that the digital video file can be sent through the network and stored. Different compression standards use different methods to reduce data.

SECURITY CAMERAS: FRAME RATE

Frame rate, fps or frames per second, is the number of frames (images) your camera can take per second. The continuous succession of these frames produces the idea of ​​movement because of the minimum differences between them.

SECURITY CAMERAS: 4K

4K security camera is a digital camera with a horizontal resolution of around 4,000 pixels and a vertical resolution of about 2,200 pixels. It is twice as high as the resolution of an existing standard high definition (HD) security camera.

BENEFITS

Peace of mind

Stations, cabling, backups. Let us handle every equipment in your network while you focus on growing your business.

Remote support

Remote monitoring enable us to access and repair most problems right from our location reducing response times significantly.

Increase efficiency

24/7 monitoring allows us to proactively detect any potential problem to avoid substantial cost and prevent downtime.

Vendors negotiation

We will deal with vendors and partners to find the best proposes for your business and we will advise the most adequate solution to your needs.

Skilled team

A professional, well-trained, competent staff that can be trusted using proven processes and advanced technologies.

One payment: many services

You will be able to plan ahead for IT and security projects just like every other utility service and avoid unexpected emergency costs or hidden fees.

Dicsan Technology proudly serves customers throughout South Florida areas including:

Miami-Dade County:

Aventura, Bal Harbour, Bay Harbor Islands, Biscayne Park, Coral Gables, Cutler Bay, Doral, El Portal, Florida City, Golden Beach, Hialeah, Hialeah Gardens, Homestead, Indian Creek, Key Biscayne, Medley, Miami, Miami Beach, Miami Gardens, Miami Lakes, Miami Shores, Miami Springs, North Bay Village, North Miami, North Miami Beach, Opa-Locka, Palmetto Bay, Pinecrest, South Miami, Sunny Isles Beach, Suftside, Sweetwater, Virginia Gardens, and West Miami.

Broward County:

Boulevard Gardens, Broadview Park, Coconut Creek, Cooper City, Coral Springs, Dania Beach, Davie, Deerfield Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Franklin Park, Hallandale Beach, Hillsboro Beach, Hillsboro Pines, Hollywood, Lauderdale Lakes, Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, Lauderhill, Lazy Lake, Lighthouse Point, Margate, Miramar, North Lauderdale, Oakland Park, Parkland, Pembroke Park, Pembroke Pines, Pine Island Ridge, Plantation, Pompano Beach, Roosevelt Gardens, Sea Ranch Lakes, Southwest Ranches, Sunrise, Sunshine Acres, Tamarac, Washington Park, West Park, Weston, and Wilton Manors.