Surveillance Cameras And Home Security


A security camera system or CCTV (Closed – Circult television) provides access to information otherwise unavailable to you and to law enforcement officials when your home or business has been invaded. Most people do not consider CCTV necessary to a good home security system. But your normal magnetic sensors and MOTION DETECTORS only alert you and others at the moment of invasion.

CCTV's are primarily designed to record an invasion of privacy and to assist the police catching the offenders. But, while their primary focus is recording criminal activity, security cameras operate as a powerful criminal deterrent. Intruders are less likely to approach an area scanned by a camera because, not only is their motion being detected, but more importantly, their identity is being detected

Home Safety — Because of the Intercom's ability to transfer sound from one area of ​​the house to another, it offers a perfect home safety solution, especially when there is either an infant or an elderly member in the household.

Most intercom systems pick up distant noises such as a fall or cry, alerting you to issues that require a response. You can monitor a room where a baby is sleeping or where a family member who is "under the weather" may be resting.

Some intercom systems are not designed for two-way talking with any other station besides the master station. This means that the master station will be the only station hearing the sounds picked up by substations. However, there are affordable systems that give the ability to listen and talk from any station with any station.


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