If you want to be assured of a good image in complete darkness, then go for this camera. Here you get a good and illuminated picture of up to 30 meters in complete darkness
The system can me managed by iPad, iPhone and Android devices. This means that you can see all images remotely as long as you have internet in both ends. The better the signal on your smartdevice the faster and smoother the liveview will be. You can also easily do playback sessions and share it to the right people.
IP based video surveillance gives you endless possibilities for maximum security. IP cameras can be used both as a standalone device, with an NVR recorder or with third-party VMS software such as Milestone (recure that the cameras is ONVIF compatible). The advantage of using an IP camera as a standalone surveillance camera is that you do not need an NVR (network recorder). However, we always recommend an NVR for your system as this gives you much better management possibilities.
It also makes it much easier if you have to install many cameras to make multiple collection points via PoE switches. Thereby you do not have to install cables to the same place, but instead just install the cables to bases (poe switches) instead.
Dome IP camera
Dome cameras have the advantage of being far more robust and resistant to vandalism and vandalism than bullet cameras. In addition, this type is also more neutral in the design and gives you a more inbuilt look.
This camera is suitable for wall mounting. We always recommend using sockets so you can hide the connection between the camera and the cable. In addition, you also achieve greater security against vandalism as the cable assembly is much better protected. You should be able to see which junction box that is compatible with the camera. If the information is missing, then please ask for the model in the chat or call us.
, Ceiling mount
The camera is suitable for ceiling mounting. You will usually have more flexibility in relation to the angle if the camera is mounted on a ceiling.
This camera is suitable for outdoor video surveillance that can withstand wind, rain and snow.
If very sharp images are important then we strongly recommend that you select a 4 megapixel camera. The camera's sensor ensures twice as sharp images as 2 megapixels (1080p), ensuring an unmatched image quality. You can zoom through the digital zoom, zoom in even further and secure important details that a camera with fewer megapixels cannot capture. We recommend you to choose this one if you would like very sharp images.
With a camera lens of 2.8mm you are guaranteed a very wide picture which gives an incredibly good overview of the picture. The most used cameras make use of 2.6mm, 2.8mm and 3.6mm lenses. If you are unsure if the 2.8mm lens is right for you, then you can easily measure it by yourself. Stand where you want the camera to be installed and extend your arms at a horizontal angle of approx. 100 degrees in and 74 degrees vertically. We recommend the 2.8mm lens if you want to have a wide view and want a good overview of shorter distances. E.g. very useful for carport, parking lots, gardens, lawns etc.
If you want to be sure that the lens fits your needs, we recommend that you choose a variable lens camera as this type of lens allows you to adjust the camera exactly as you wish.