Surveillance Cameras - Protect assets from your hard earned money
IP vs Analog
Which do you choose?
Depending on what you are needing to use your cameras for and what your budget is, you have the choice of IP vs. Analog.
IP cameras are more pricey than analog, but can use existing CAT5 cabling to add a camera to a location. The camera then gets its own ip and can be accessed and administrated from a web browser. You need do have to work with a company like us or the IT department to have IPs ready for the cameras. IP cameras start at around $1000 and go up from there.
Analog cameras are a great choice for companies who have a stricter budget, but want to protect their assets. There is cabling that has to be done for each camera and other equipment requirements include a DVR, power supply and the camera. Mosts systems start at about $2500 for DVR, power supply and four cameras and go up from that point depending on your desired configuration.
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A complete line of the camera series for different applications and customer needs while offering perfect solutions for driveways, parking lots, halls, warehouses, and open office areas.
The fully featured integrated Standalone DVR and DVR Capture Card with complete specification range from 4 channels to 32 channels while supporting multifunctional video surveillance.
A full range of CCTV Accessories including brackets, connectors, cables, power supplies and video baluns to complement your security system.
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Arecont Vision manufactures HDTV surveillance IP cameras and software. Leveraging its MegaVideo® technology, the company offers the world's fastest multi-megapixel (10MP, 8MP, 5MP, 3MP, 2MP and 1.3MP) network cameras supporting full-motion video frame rates. Arecont's new line of H.264 high definition cameras provides secu rity professionals with the flexibility of various frame rates and resolutions for a variety of applications.
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