What’s a surveillance camera?
A surveillance camera is as its name implies, it’s a tool which lets you track and identify individuals inside the camera’s hit through recorded and live videos.
You have the choice to play with them to your computer, computer, as well as your own Android telephones via live, seeing or through a neighborhood recorder. There are two sorts of surveillance cameras available now: IP cameras and CCTV cameras.
What’s a CCTV camera?
CCTV stands for Closed Circuit Television. This is only one of the earliest ‘Surveillance CCTV cameras’ (Which is also known as ‘เฝ้าระวังกล้องวงจรปิด’ in the Thai language) which went out on the industry.
How CCTV functions?
CCTV comes in four primary components: the lens or the cameras, DVR, monitor, and wires. The cameras capture the pictures and send them into the DVR through wires and to the screen for viewing.
The DVR has two primary functions: to convert the signal into movie analog and also to record the movie to its hard disk. CCTV cameras have been wired cameras.
This usually means that you may need to set the cameras onto a particular place and cable them all the way into the tracking station. This is only one of the downsides of CCTV.
What is an IP camera?
IP stands for Internet Protocol. It’s a digital camera recorder which utilizes digital technology rather than analog just like with CCTV.