Secure your Business with Commercial Security Cameras
Types of Commercial Security Cameras
Motion and Zoom Cameras
Zoom and motion cameras are ideal for CCTV installations that have a person monitoring the cameras.
Detect motion by comparing pixel changes between successive frames. Zoom in to view more details of a surveillance area or object.
Zoom out to get a wide viewing angle without compromising the quality of the image.
Hidden cameras discreetly capture footage. They are most used in spaces where the user doesn’t want anyone to know they are being watched.
We place the cameras inside objects and go unnoticed. Hidden security cameras are perfect for keeping an eye on customers and employees.
Place them nearby stock rooms and cash registers to identify cases of theft.
The most modern cameras on the market are complete all-in-one systems.
The camera connects to the Internet with or without cables. It is compatible with mobiles and tablets.
You can store images on an internal microSD card. All-in-one cameras allow you to see and record everything that happens. You don’t need any complicated installations.
There are cameras that bring together several features at the same time. For example, it is possible to find anti-vandal cameras with infrared and varifocal lenses.
Furthermore, outdoor cameras can include motion detection or zoom options.
How Should Install Commercial Security Cameras?
We deliver all the cameras in our catalog with a video cable, RCA connectors, and a BNC video output adapter. Besides the corresponding feeder.
Do not connect the camera to a feeder other than the one in the package.
Connecting a video surveillance camera is easy. You only need to connect one end of the video cable to the camera’s BNC socket.
Connect the other cable end to the video input of the viewing or recording device. Connect the provided power supply to the camera and the electrical network.