Types of Cameras

IP Bullet

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IP Bullet Cameras are network cameras that are bullet-like in shape. IP cameras are network devices that create digital HD video directly on the camera then stream that video back to a Network Video Recorder (NVR), web browser, or smart phone. 

Wireless IP Bullet

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Wireless IP Bullet Cameras are network cameras that are bullet-like in shape. IP cameras are network devices that create digital HD video directly on the camera then stream that video back to a Network Video Recorder (NVR), web browser, or smart phone wirelessy, reducing needs for cable. home surveillance camera it company camera packages 

IP Dome

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Dome Cameras are named for their dome like shape. A varifocal dome camera gives you the flexibility to adjust the focal distance of the camera lens to exactly where you need it. The "dome" shape makes it difficult to tell the direction that these cameras are facing, and thus are ideal for deterring criminals. 

PTZ and Intelligent Cameras

PTZ Dome

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PTZ Security Cameras allow you to control the pan, tilt and zoom operations of the camera lens remotely or through a surveillance video recorder. PTZ Cameras have the ability to move up, down, right, left, and zoom. 

PTZ Intelligent

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Intelligent video cameras include tracking a moving target and automatic detection of suspicious activity, Intelligent video can provide high definition picture quality as well as night vision technology triggered by motion sensors 

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PTZ Infrared Intelligent

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 Intelligent video is digital video technology integrated with analytical software. Video analytics software operates on the intelligent camera. Infrared have the ability to see images in pitch black conditions using Infrared LEDs and are ideal in outside conditions where lighting is poor to zero. 

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Security System Glossary

IP Cameras - Functionality and how they operate

In the IP world, each network camera captures an analog image but immediately converts it to digital inside the camera. Some digital processing can happen right at the camera, such as compression and motion detection. The digital video stream is then broadcast over the local area network (LAN) using Ethernet (CAT5 or CAT6) cable. Power is supplied to the cameras through the ethernet cable via Power-Over-Ethernet (POE) adapters built into the cameras and at the (POE enabled) switch. The ethernet cable for each camera is plugged into the switch which feeds into the network hub. As with all network devices, some set-up needs to be done for each network camera to set up its IP address and other identifying attributes. 

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Automatically analyze video to detect and determine temporal and spatial events. Algorithms can be implemented as software on general purpose machines, or as hardware in specialized video processing units. 

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