How Price Doesn’t Effect The Lag Time On Cameras

All security cameras have a visual feed that is connected to a recording and display device. But there is a downside to this system, which comes in the form of the camera lag time. Camera lag is the delay between the camera viewing the image and its subsequent recording and visual output on a display device. One of the most surprising things about camera lag is that the cost or quality of the camera doesn’t determine the severity of the lag. Even the most expensive cameras have lag times that amount... Read More »

Choosing The Right Anti-Climb Security Measures

While the name sounds imposing, anti-climb security measures are pretty straight forward. They can take the form of barbed shrubs and trees placed next to a wall, or an extended fence that looks imposing to climb. However, choosing the right measure that will work can take a little fore-thought. The key is choosing the right security measure that will suit a specific area. This means analysing where potential break-ins could occur and choosing a security feature that will work well with the other features near by. For example, if a property already... Read More »

Why Installing Industrial Sectional Doors is a Great Option

If you own a business, there are different ways that you can attract a lot of customers. There are a lot of things that you can do to ensure that your business has a friendly appeal. One of the best ways that you can do this is to install industrial sectional doors. These are doors that open in a vertical manner, something that leads to creation of more space in front and also behind the door. In the long end you will attain more space in your business to stock... Read More »

Features To Look Out For When Buying A New Security Camera

It comes as no surprise that the more money you spend on a camera, the more features it’s likely to have. Of the higher-end features, night vision comes at a high priority as crimes have a tendency to occur after dark. Motion detection is also desirable, but be sure that the sensitivity and range can be adjusted. This helps to stop windblown debris from being picked up by the alarm system unnecessarily. By properly tuning the system, you can also have a text message sent to your phone when motion is detected. The... Read More »

The Main Components Of A DIY Home Security System

While security packages vary between manufacturers, there are some key tools that they all collectively use. Because they all use similar parts, many DIY home security manufacturers offer the option of buying components individually. This allows a user to create a custom home security package, with the components of their choice. Main Panel with Keypad Almost all home security systems make use of a main panel of some kind. The main panel and keypad are the brains of a home security system. The keypad is used to activate and deactivate the system. With a more advanced system, you may be... Read More »

Camera Maintenance Tools

Cameras are only as good as what they can record, so it makes sense that they are kept in an optimal condition, just in case they are unfortunately needed. Make sure the cameras you use are maintained well with the tools listed in this post. Wire Brushes & Wire Wheels If you live in a particularly harsh environment, you may go through quite a few of these at a time. Used to clean thick dirt out of hard to reach areas. Wire brushes are sold for specific applications, and good brushes... Read More »