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Key Advantages Of A Wireless Camera System

In this post we are going to know some important advantages of a wireless camera system.

Security is one crucial aspect that every homeowner is concerned about whether it be safety & security of the house or be the people living in it. Unfortunately, not enough care is taken to prevent such untoward incidents.

And one device that comes to everyone’s mind when you hear security is a security camera system.

Firstly there are two types of security camera systems

  1. Wired camera system
  2. Wireless camera system

One common question that every owner ponders about is which one to choose and which is better out of the two?

Although both have their Pros and cons. Wireless cameras are undoubtedly a superior option in most cases.

Let’s see the top 6 advantages why most buyers prefer wireless cameras

6 key advantages of wireless security cameras

1.   Ease of Installation

Wired cameras require a lot of wiring and even more drilling work and it ruins the visual appeal of your house. This is where Wireless cameras score high with the ease with which they can be installed. No complicated wiring is necessary making all this experience wire-free. All one needs is a power source to plug in the device. A battery-powered or solar-powered camera further eliminates any need for a power source plug nearby.

     2. Portability

                     Since no wiring and hard installation is required for wireless cameras, you can just plug-n-play the device and take or shift it any other location making it highly portable which is not the case with wired cameras. Also, the added benefit of being lightweight in nature helps the cause.

      3. Economical

With most of the required parts and their technology embedded within the device, there is a clear reduction in price when it comes to wireless cameras when you compare like-for-like wireless and wired camera. Lack of wiring is one such example of a low price when compared.

      4. Multiple Use cases

A wired camera has its limitations in places other than a conventional house. When you want to install a security‚Äč camera in remote places such as a farm or barn where there is no scope for a power outlet and network connectivity nearby, your best bet is a wireless camera. Or even if one wants to shift the direction of  CCTV cameras in their existing house, it can get complicated with the wiring and fixed installation. In all these cases, a wireless camera is clearly the winner.

      5. Network Connectivity

The range of reception of a wireless camera is usually many times more than a wired camera. Although it depends on the individual device you buy, a wireless camera can pick up signals from a few feet to miles away. Usually runs using a WiFi network but can also work with traditional communication technology.

      6. Motion Detection

A recent addition to wireless cameras is the technology of motion detection. A motion sensor or detector captures any unusual movement happening in the surveillance area within the vicinity and detectable range of that camera and records it to the storage device. One can set it up to send an alert when this occurs. Another advantage is to customize the settings to record only when security cameras detect any motion thus saving disk space and associated costs.

Now with wireless technology no longer being a luxury and becoming more affordable, everyone is willing to install wireless security camera systems that remove any guesswork and enable them to have a peace of mind when it comes to security.

Owners can now monitor everything that is going on in and around their house effortlessly no matter where they are in the world all with just a mobile app connected to a wireless security camera system.

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