Should I use wireless or wired camera
Wired cameras are optimal for permanent
installation of security cameras. Great care should be taken to determine
the positioning of the camera because moving its location can be very
Wireless cameras can be used for either
permanent or temporary installations. You can move the camera easily to a
different location when needed without the need to run wires between the
camera and recorder.
Can wireless cameras be used with wired cameras?
Yes. Wireless cameras can be used in any security system that uses wired
cameras. For example, you could use 12 wired and 4 wireless cameras together
and record them all on a single VCR with a 16 channel quad splitter.
Can a wired camera be converted to a wireless system?
Yes. We offer separate transmitters and receivers that are designed to
connect easily to any video camera so you can get rid of the wires in your
Can a system run on battery power?
Yes. We offer 2 different sizes of rechargeable battery packs and chargers
that can power our wireless cameras. They supply power to a typical wireless
camera for 4-8 hours before they need recharging.
What other equipment do I need?
Our video camera systems come complete with everything you need to send the
video and signal. To view the live signal, just hook the camera to any TV.
To record the live signal, connect the camera to any VCR.
What other equipment can I use?
Our wired camera systems are compatible with most TVs and VCRs. Or, connect
them to time lapse VCRs that can record for days, weeks or even months on a
single tape, or to security grade monitors that are capable of displaying
the high resolution images the cameras deliver.
The standard RCA video outputs let you connect the system to a host of other
equipment to enhance your system's performance:
Video motion detectors
PVPON live Internet video system
Computers with video inputs