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Security and safety is a must in any industry and even at home. In the modern world, security cameras are an essential part of keeping your property secure. When trying to buy a security camera you want to make sure that you buy the right one. We have gathered together a list of some of the important features that you need to look out for when buying a security camera system. Keep reading to find out.
A lot of action that you will want to record on security cameras will happen at night time or when the lights are out. Without a night vision feature on your security cameras, you will be left with a hard to see image, one that might not do you any good at all.
There are a variety of different night vision options out there. Take a look at the option that is available on the cameras that you are considering and just spend a couple of minutes reading about it. This will help you to make sure it meets your needs.
In a world where security cameras are so commonplace there are a lot of options that you can get but one of the most helpful options is HD image quality. The highest standard of HD that security cameras are currently able to record in is 4K. This will provide you with a crystal clear image, however, you will spend a lot more money for this quality.
For most factories you will find it just fine to go a step down to 1080P which will give you a quality good enough to make out features and clothing descriptions.
Some camera systems are capable of watching for motion in a camera’s view or even a specific part of a camera’s view. If motion is detected it is able to either sound an alarm on the monitoring computer or send alerts to users. This feature is great for after hours or for knowing when people access certain areas of your factory.
You aren’t always in your office or by a camera computer but you will want to have access to the cameras wherever you are. This is what remote viewing is for. You can access and stream the cameras from a phone or remote computer. Oftentimes remote viewing will also allow you to watch recorded footage from anywhere.
Pan, tilt, zoom or PTZ cameras, are a specialized type of camera that are able to move the lens in a wide amount of views in order to see people anywhere within the camera’s zones. While these cameras are often more expensive, the provide you with more coverage than standard cameras and can be used in certain areas.
360 degree security cameras allow you to see a whole 360 degree view where the camera is positioned. That way you can see a whole room or the whole processing floor. This may seem disorienting to see something like this but most systems have the ability to display these cameras in a variety of ways.
Need to have security cameras installed? Then you will need a professional installer. Precision Security Australia is the leader in security camera services in the Melbourne area. They also provide maintenance and repair services.
The first step to getting cameras for your factory is to make a simple call to Precision Security Australia. An installer will come out to your property to perform an onsite inspection of your security needs. After they have performed their inspection, they will be able to demonstrate the various cameras and products that they offer. Then the installer will provide you with a quote that matches your needs and budget.
All of this is at no obligation.
A security camera system will allow you to ensure that your factory is completely protected. It will also allow you to increase your productivity, monitor safety, and add other benefits to your processes. Call Precision Security Australia today to get started on your path to a secure facility.