When security cameras first came out on the market they had to be connected to an electrical source for power. Even though some security systems still work this way, wireless technology is being applied to just about everything these days and surveillance camera systems are taking good advantage of it. Gone are the days of long, obtrusive wires running across floorboards or walls. Many of today’s security systems are made up of wireless security cameras and provide the same peace-of-mind as a wired security camera system without the long-distance wiring. But, are wireless security camera system truly completely wireless?
Unlike wired security cameras, which rely on video cables to transmit video signals to a viewing device, wireless security cameras transmits video signal over the internet or other wireless network to a receiver that connects to your viewing and recording device. Many wireless security camera system do require at least one cable or wire for power; the "wireless" aspect refers to the transmission of video/audio. However, some wireless security cameras are battery-powered, making the cameras truly wireless. In this kind of arrangement, you’ll need to make sure to replace the battery of each wireless security cameras before it dies. Do note that the batteries may have to be replaced several times a year to enable the wireless security camera system to function optimally and constantly.
There are limitations to the capabilities of a wireless camera. Wireless security cameras must maintain a signal and connection to your network to record and capture footage. If your connection is disrupted, your wireless camera can’t send the feed to your viewing device. The signal range also depends on whether there are competing signals using the same frequency as the video camera, whether they're indoor or wireless outdoor security cameras. However, wireless security system are easier to install than the wired alternative, and they give you greater flexibility for placement. For this reason, wireless camera system are proving very popular among modern security consumers due to their low installation costs.
Without a doubt, wireless security cameras are a key component in any security camera system nowadays. At Dicsan Technology, our professional team can customize a wireless security camera system to ensure that you have enough wireless camera coverage and that the frequency limitations between each wireless security cameras will not be a problem. Trust Dicsan Technology to provide you with the most reliable and the the best indoor or wireless outdoor security cameras application, helping you protect what matters most to you. Don’t delay, start protecting your property today with true wireless security system from Dicsan Technology! We provide free onsite consultations and affordable professional security camera installation Miami making your wireless security camera system process easy. If you’d like to learn more about our wireless camera system, contact us.
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