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What is the advantages of IP cameras?

What is the advantages of IP cameras?

2019-08-21

1. No coaxial cable required


Since the camera uses the Hancha band, wireless network or mobile internet, there is no need to install a coaxial cable for each camera to work.

The IP security system is transmitted over the network or the Internet without the need to install additional software or add other monitoring devices.

Because sound and data can be transmitted over the connection, a separate audio cable is not required.

For security reasons, audio can be easily transferred and recorded.

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2. No restriction on the amount of camera

There is no limit to the number of cameras that can be installed in an IP camera security system.

As long as you have enough bandwidth or data transfer, the camera can be installed as needed.


3.
Remote access

Because the camera is connected by network, it can be configured for remote access.

This feature allows users to playback any recorded videos from anywhere, anytime.

Remote access is especially favourable for anyone who might need to monitor their home or property without being there.



4. Image quality


The high resolution images captured by IP camera provides a clean image for viewing.

The sharpness of the image makes it easy to identify other details on face recognition, objects and people etc.


There is no loss in image quality or viewing history because the data is digitally recorded rather than converted from analog to digital.


5. Video Management

Video data is in digital format which is easy for viewing and scanning.


Given that all data is recorded in digital format, it is easy to access playback options.

Any record or real-time data can be quickly viewed from anywhere.

In a place where there may be too many data to review or long-term records, the software can be accessed through a more advanced system and built-in analysis system.

This intelligent system will respond to pre-programmed commands such as motion detection, sound detection, alarm handling and management events.

The system can be scheduled to respond to specific events.

All of this data can be recorded and organized in the most practical way for the user, including through cameras, locations, dates or other types of events.


6. Integrate with other systems

Digital systems organized around existing Internet or wireless network can be easily integrated with other systems running on the same network.

For example, in the retail business, this may include integration with a technical point of sale or building or property management office, which may include integration with an alarm system.


7. Demand-based systems

IP camera systems do not require extra cables like closed-circuit systems, so the network can be as small as needed.

It can be easily extended at any time, and other systems can be added to the network at any time without having to completely change its structure.



8. Effective cost

Due to the small infrastructure required for installation and use, IP cameras offer a more user-friendly budget solution than traditional closed security systems.

Most homes and businesses already have some kind of network to install IP cameras.

As mentioned earlier, if the network is already in a point of sale or alarm system, in these cases the system will carry the video network, thereby reducing costs.

These systems can run without regard to network size, you only need to purchase the number of cameras that you need or under your specific budget.

Buying a monitor is not necessary because images can be seen on the Internet from any computer.


9.PoE (Power over Ethernet)

Some high-end IP cameras can run on networks without power, so they are named Power or Power over Ethernet.

The Ethernet cable provides the essential operating power for the camera.


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