Wireless Security Systems & WCCTV


Wireless Security Systems & WCCTV

Running a market survey for the best quality brands and vendors of choice for setting up wireless CCTV ?
1. CCTV PTZ,Day and Night,Infrared,Digital,Analogue.
2. IP65 - outdoor
3. Non - IP65 Indoor
4. Wireless Equipment - Trans

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Wireless Security System

Started by Arindam Bhadra. Last reply by Shyam Jawale Feb 9, 2011. 1 Reply

There are many applications where copper cables or fibre networks are not the ideal solutions for transferring video images from remote cameras to the video recording and management system. Whether…Continue

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Comment by Arindam Bhadra on March 25, 2013 at 8:51pm

3G Wireless CCTV IR Day&Night Pan&Tilt Surveillance Camera Recorder


Supports W-CDMA wireless video transmission;
Supports H.324M video phone;
Supports networking with fire alarm; motion detector, etc;
Capable of maintaining two-way audio communication;
Automatic recording and playback;
300K pixels high-quality CMOS lens;
Clear video recording; night vision at maximum of 5m(15ft);
Remote-controlled pan and tilt camera with 3x digital zoom;
Privacy protection, authorized-only review of video;
Automatic alarm notification via 3G network;
Supports image storage, reviewable by your 3G device anytime;
Built-in battery lasts 30 minutes in event of power source interruption;
Supports connection to internet-based video nerworking platform
·Automatic recording motion activated video and voice
·Automatic alarm notifications to user’s phone
·Allow User to make video calls & view the live video of the camera
·Supports networking with fire alarm, motion detector, etc.
·Remote-controlled camera settings
·300K pixels high-quality CMOS lens
·Night vision at maximum of 5m (15 ft) range
·Capable of maintaining two-way audio communication
·User password for privacy protection
·Supports up to 16GB memory card, automatic delete old files when memory full
·Built-in battery lasts up to 3-4days in event of power source interruption

Comment by fred on October 23, 2012 at 9:08am

Just a comment on best type camera sensor. You will notice WDR - wide dynamic range spec on some cameras. That is more than likely due to the Pixim sensor.
Pixim has put a seperate AGC circuit on EACH pixel giving the camera a 120db S/N spec versus the usual 50 or 60db. That means extreme sensitivity or attenuation on pixels right next to each other. This cuts the blooming or saturation of the sensor and on dark areas brings up the gain as needed to see the image. This is a major difference with WDR versus the rest of lower performing cameras. Resolution on this WDR cameras by different manufacturers is 720 x 480 NTSC or 720 x 576 PAL so you get best max resolution for your analog signal anything less, is just less...performance. You can get a bullet camera arrangement along with 820 or 940nm IR capability. We supply these with the wireless analog and COFDM digital wireless systems we manufacture in the US, that can go 35 miles with right antennas/situation and even provide battery / voltage status from the transmitter and PTZ with add on two way RS232 data units. Rich@avalonrf.com

Comment by Chiranjeevi B on October 23, 2012 at 1:09am

Now for ip cctv you can get a number of option for mobile apps and so on. One tha is mostly used app is the IPView

Comment by Arindam Bhadra on March 21, 2012 at 5:52am

Outdoor Wireless Security Cameras – All You Need to Know
A little research can go a long way in ensuring that the right equipment is purchased at affordable prices. Most security equipments have a number of options available in the market and improper understanding can either lead to a bad purchase or an unnecessary purchase. Let us understand the basics of outdoor wireless security cameras that will help you in buying the right outdoor camera for your security system.
Different Outdoor Wireless Security Cameras
Analog and Digital Cameras
These are the time-tested devices that have been used since a long time in different security systems. They can be connected to the video surveillance systems through wires. These cameras are less expensive as compared to their digital counterparts but they are difficult to install.
You can use wired devices that can be powered by connecting their wires to the central power unit. A better option is the wireless camera that does not need wiring but needs to be connected to power outlets. In case you are installing cameras where power outlets are not available and cannot be made available, then consider using wireless cameras that run on batteries. These cameras can be easily installed at any place but need to be constantly monitored for battery changes.
Lux Number
Outdoor Cameras are exposed to different lighting conditions throughout the day and these conditions also vary in different weathers. Use cameras with low Lux number which signifies that the cameras can cope with dim lighting conditions. You should also invest in night vision cameras that use infrared technology to capture images even in pitch dark conditions.
Weather Proofing
Cameras are sensitive electronic equipments and hence, they need to be protected from the vagaries of nature. While investing in an expensive camera make sure that you also buy a weather proof casing to guard your camera from excessive heat and moisture. In very cold regions, cameras with insulated casings should be purchased. For hot weather conditions, casing with exhausts will come handy.
Protection from Vandalism
It is important to protect your equipment from vandalism. Buy an outdoor camera with sturdy material. Use a casing that can protect any on-the-spur attack on the camera. You can also buy dome-shaped cameras and casing that gel well with the surroundings and make these camera less visible, thereby, protecting them from any danger.
Ideal Transmissions
Using wireless devices has a drawback that there signal transmission can be weak. Make sure that you buy equipments that can transmit data over the distance that you require. Factors such as big trees, metals in the walls and bad weather can hinder wireless transmissions. Hence, it always better to invest in good devices with wide transmission range. You can also invest in good quality signal receivers that can capture low quality inputs as well.

Picture and Sound – While selecting a camera, pay special attention to its picture quality. A low screen resolution will not be able to give quality inputs. Audio wireless outdoor security cameras can also be purchased with audio compatible devices.

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Comment by Arindam Bhadra on March 21, 2012 at 5:49am

Thanks Richard Klotsche ....sure.......................

Comment by Arindam Bhadra on March 21, 2012 at 5:49am

Protecting Your Outdoor Property with Wireless Security Cameras

You can protect your home better by covering the outside areas of your property. This will ensure that intruders are stopped at the periphery itself and they do not come close to the actual building – whether it is a home or office. You can use the alerts sent by outdoor security systems to take timely actions. For outdoor use, wireless systems are the best option. Let us look at one of the most effective security devices for outdoors – wireless security cameras.
Wireless security cameras offer a very advanced level of security. However, outdoor and indoor security requirements are different and therefore, the cameras installed inside your home might not work for outdoors. It is essential to consider the following points:

Coverage – Do you need to monitor the lawn and garden area or do you want to see only the entrance of your property? Will the garage and driveway need separate cameras? Answering such questions will help you in deciding your requirements. Also decide the angle that you need for surveillance. Wider angles are preferable for outdoor purposes as they cover a large area in one go.
Picture Quality – Low screen resolution cameras are cheaper but the quality of picture is not very high. If you want to have clear pictures, choose cameras with high resolution. There are many cameras that can have both low and high quality resolutions. You can alter the settings as per your requirements.
Wired or Wireless Security Camera – Big obstructions like walls and trees can disrupt signal from your wireless camera whereas wired cameras are difficult to install in remote places. Hence, you might like to choose the camera according to the landscaping of your property.
Features – Do you want to record data at all times or only when motion is detected? Do you want sound recorders as well? A camera that can zoom will be particularly helpful for outdoor security needs. Dwell on such requirements before selecting your camera.
Installation – How will you mount the camera? Will it hang from a place or attached to a wall. You can opt for cameras will multiple installation options like straps, adhesives, etc.
Climate – Outdoor cameras need to tolerate the vagaries of nature. They need to be protected against extreme temperature and moisture conditions. Choose cameras that can fit into the weather conditions at different times in the year. In case the camera is sensitive, you can build enclosures to protect them. Various IP/IK ratings are in there.
Recording – Will you use your camera only for surveillance or do you want to record data as well? In case you need to record data, choose the source that will receive feed from the cameras like TV, computer or VCR and connect your camera to the right source. Additional software will also be required in case of wireless cameras.
Monitoring – If you are selecting a monitoring agency to keep a tab on your property, it is always better to involve them while installing wireless cameras in the outdoor areas. You can also employ a professional from these agencies to do the installation.

Comment by Arindam Bhadra on March 21, 2012 at 5:48am

Why People Choose Wireless Security Cameras (WCCTV)
With the increase in need for security, the demand for security cameras is also on the rise. There are a variety of cameras available in the market, each made for specific purposes and have their own advantages and disadvantages. One of the never-ending debates is the choice between wired and wireless security cameras. While both have their own pros and cons, wireless cameras have become increasingly popular. Few reasons are:
1.) Wireless cameras can be placed at any location. You do not need to worry about installing wires or electric sockets at difficult to reach locations. All you need is a camera that can function within the signal range of your security system.
2.) You do not need to spend money on installing the new wiring system. In case of wireless security cameras, the expenditure on creating a network of insulated wires to connect the entire system can be saved. This is especially true for building that did not install extra wires at the time of construction.
3.) Wires can also make the presence of a camera obvious. If you looking at installing cameras that should not be noticed by every trespasser, wireless security cameras are the right option for you.
4.) Flexibility and mobility comes with wireless cameras. If you are investing in a security system for a building which you might leave in the future, it is best to invest in wireless security devices. Home owners who have taken their house on rent or lease prefer wireless cameras as they can take the cameras along as and when they move to the nest house.
5.) Save you decor with wireless cameras. You might have spent a lot of time and money in selecting the right decor for your home or office. Installing wires might interfere with the overall theme of your decor. Hence, you can opt for wireless cameras that can be installed with minimal disturbance to the entire property.
6.) If you are an owner of an ancestral property, you would not like to damage the masonry by drilling extra holes and wires into the invaluable structure. Hence, wireless cameras are the best option for you.
7.) Hidden cameras are best in wireless versions. While you can use wired cameras and hide them behind furniture, you need to be very careful in covering them. A wireless camera saves you from this effort. You can hide them anywhere without worrying about their getting discovered. Small toys, cutlery, pens and many other things can be equipped with wireless cameras easily.
8.) If you want to use internet to transfer images to you computer, you can go for wireless cameras. The data transmitted through internet can be accessed from any internet enabled system outside your home or office as well.
9.) If are installing the security system yourself, if is always better to choose wireless cameras as they are the easiest to install.

Comment by fred on September 20, 2011 at 11:30am
My name is Rich and I am the business development manager at a US manufacturer of ( Wireless Video/Audio/Data Links ) Avalon RF in the El Cajon / San Diego, CA area. We do both standard analog RF links and the new COFDM digital method of transmission of same NTSC/PAL signal.
COFDM is unique in that it penetrates beyond belief urban area walls and or can go 45 miles+. This new technology is very robust and our receiver is dual receiver, dual antenna for best of received signal. We can remote antennas hundreds of feet no problem utilizing UHF down converters in the panel antennas in 2.4Ghz range and can add up to 6 - 15dbi panel antennas pointing in any direction. Receiver with a simple IP encoder can become a video / stereo audio point for IP as well. The COFDM error checking digital technology is simply stunning. Trenching is very expensive, now you can get into a new frame of mind and take the CC out of CCTV with a wireless link when it makes sense. You can put a full 720 x 480 or 720 x 576 pixel higher resolution NTSC or PAL camera on this system. In 3 months we will have full COFDM in HD. Yes, wireless 720I or 1080I or P etc...at 8 MHz bandwidth and 45 mile range with full HD resolution... think about it. We can also do ( wireless PTZ ), both ways over many miles. Kindly let me know any serious inquires. Rich@avalonrf.com
Comment by Arindam Bhadra on October 5, 2010 at 11:42pm
3G Cellular Router Enables Video Surveillance Over High-Speed 3G Wireless Networks

Video surveillance (CCTV) systems are increasingly utilizing IP-based cameras and incorporating the Internet for communications to decrease costs and increase remote monitoring flexibility. Cellular carriers are racing to roll out ever-faster 3G wireless broadband technologies for Internet service. The convergence of these trends is rapidly expanding the number of situations where video security applications can be deployed quickly and economically. What has been missing is a simple way to link video surveillance systems to these new high-speed 3G cellular data networks.
The LAN-Cell 2 3G cellular router combines support for the latest high-speed 3G wireless technologies with state-of-the-art security and IP video-centric bandwidth management features. The LAN-Cell 2 can reduce equipment and communications costs while increasing security and remote site monitoring flexibility. Security professionals can easily place video surveillance cameras and other equipment in locations where wired communications are unavailable or cost-prohibitive.

For both mobile and fixed site video surveillance applications, the LAN-Cell 2 3G router enables customers to watch and control all types of IP video cameras -- including sophisticated pan-tilt-zoom cameras (PTZ) and digital video recorders (DVRs) -- from anywhere in the world. Video feeds and control communications can even be secured over the Internet with military grade encryption. The LAN-Cell 2 is rugged and highly reliable, with many units in continuous operation since 2003.

Proxicast customers currently use the LAN-Cell 3G router for video surveillance and security applications including:

* Construction Site Monitoring
* Remote DVR (Digital Video Recorder) Access & Playback
* Mobile Video Surveillance Trailers & Vehicles
* Remote Traffic Monitoring Cameras
* Red Light Runner and License Plate Cameras
* Special Event or Crisis Monitoring Video
* Remote Uplink Video & Television Broadcasting
* Bus & Public Transportation Monitoring
* Commuter Train & Mass Transit Monitoring
* Railroad Crossing Cameras & Security Devices
* Police, Private Security and other Law Enforcement (LEO) Applications
* Parking Lot and Retail Theft Deterrence Video
* Armored Cars & Trucks
* Mobile & Temporary Asset Monitoring
* Border Patrol and Checkpoint Monitoring
* Backup or Failover for Hardwired Video Monitoring

The LAN-Cell 2 3G router is cellular carrier independent via its 3G modem PC-Card architecture, and can easily be upgraded as newer and faster cellular technologies such as 4G, LTE and WiMAX become available. The LAN-Cell 2 supports all major worldwide cellular (wireless) carriers including Verizon Wireless, Sprint PCS, Alltel Wireless, AT&T Mobility, T-Mobile, Rogers, Telus, Bell Mobility, Telcel, Orange, Vodafone, O2, Telstra and others.

The LAN-Cell 2 supports all of the latest high-speed 3G cellular standards which provide the bandwidth necessary for fast frame rate and high resolution. EV-DO Rev. A networks offer peak speeds of 3.1 Mbps down-stream and 1.8 Mbps up-stream. HSDPA / HSUPA networks currently offer a maximum of 7.2 Mbps down / 2 Mbps up. Real world performance depends on a number of factors, but the LAN-Cell 2 automatically maximizes the available bandwidth and transmits as fast as the cellular connection will allow.

Customers can save money by using the LAN-Cell's Ethernet switch, integrated 802.11 a/b/g Wi-Fi access point and router features to share a single Internet connection for all of their remote cameras and security devices. The LAN-Cell 2's port redirection and end-to-end VPN capabilities allows multiple cameras at each site to be accessed without changing the cameras' default communications settings or worrying about carrier port restrictions.

The LAN-Cell 2 3G router has several features to help control costs including Proxicast's exclusive Cell-Sentry "watchdog" system that monitors 3G cellular usage and bandwidth management features to throttle video stream rates to help eliminate cellular data plan "overage" charges.

The LAN-Cell 2 is also well suited for mobile video surveillance trailers and vehicles. The LAN-Cell 2's small size and rugged steel chassis makes it easy to integrate into existing security enclosures and cabinets. The LAN-Cell 2 runs on 12 VDC and has a very low current draw. It can even be operated from a solar power source.

Fundamental Features Of The LAN-Cell 2:

The LAN-Cell 2 is a rugged commercial-grade 3G cellular router with enterprise-class routing, security and VPN features that allows multiple PC's, laptops, webcams, controllers, PLCs, ATMs, VoIP phones and other Ethernet-based devices to simultaneously share a single cellular data account for primary or backup connectivity. Every LAN-Cell 2 includes 4 LAN, 1 WAN and 1 Serial ports along with an integrated 802.11 a/b/g Wi-Fi access point, full VPN end-point capabilities, military-grade encryption ( 3DES / AES ) and X.509 PKI certificate support.

Other LAN-Cell 3G mobile router applications include:

* Remote Monitoring, Telemetry, SCADA & AMR
* Remote Control of PLCs and Industrial Controls
* Vending, Point-of-Sale (POS) & ATM Machines
* Backup for Wired Internet and Alarm Connections
* Sales & Service Fleets
* Commercial Transportation
* Cars, Buses, Limos & RVs
* Delivery & Courier Vehicles
* Boats & Marine Vessels
* Mobile & Stationary WiFi Hotspots
* Police, Fire & Emergency Vehicles
* Military & Defense Applications
* Digital Signage, Electronic Billboards & Signs
* Homeland Security & Disaster Recovery
Comment by Anirban Bhattacharya on March 24, 2010 at 3:05am
thanks 4 inviting me here! looking forward to learn and share new stuffs!!!

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