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July 15, 2009 at 6:57 pm #30943
A potential customer recently contacted us with the following question on wireless camera system:
Looking for information on a wireless camera system. I would like to find a system that I can expand as time goes on. I would like to have about 9 to 10 cameras total. If possible to be able to monitor from the Internet.
Here is how the security camera system would layout:
- 2 TO 3 CAMERA
- HOME WOOD FRAME VINYL SIDING AND SHINGLE ROOF
- CABLE INTERNET SERVICE (SUDDENLINK), WIRELESS ROUTER AND DELL LAPTOP COMPUTER
- 2 INSIDE CAMERAS AND 2 OUTSIDE CAMERAS
- METAL SIDING AND METAL ROOF ABOUT 80 FEET FROM HOME, BLDG. HAS ELECTRIC
- 3 INSIDE CAMERAS (TO BE ABLE TO MOINTER COWS CALVING)
- METAL SIDING AND METAL ROOF ABOUT 850 FEET FROM HOUSE
I COULD GET BUY WITH A 8 CAMERA SYSTEM IF THERE IS A BIG PRICE DIFFERENCE.
WHAT WOULD BE MONTHLY COST OF HAVING INTERNET ACCESS?
IF NEED BE COULD LEAVE LIGHT ON IN BARN FOR CAMERA LIGHT. I HOPE TO BUY SYSTEM AND ADD CAMERAS AS I CAN AFFORD.July 16, 2009 at 2:00 am #31648
First, I would recommend a NUUO PC based DVR because you can start with an 8 channel DVR and over time expand it up to 64 cameras. Also, NUUO surveillance DVRs support both CCTV cameras and IP cameras. You need to use IP cameras for the cameras that will be accessed pver a wireless bridge. Here is a link to the NUUO PC based DVR that I recommend:
If you prefer to use your own computer, you can use a NUUO DVR card for the wired cameras at the home location. Here is a link to the cards and the IP camera software:
Both can be used together on the same PC.
For the cameras at the home location, please reply to this post and let us know if the cameras will be going indoor or outdoor.
The following wireless camera system can be used provide communication between the recorder at the home location and the shop and barn locations. The barn and shop will each need need a one of these:
These can transmit the signal of up to 4 IP cameras. For the outdoor cameras, I recommend this camera:
For the indoor model, this one does a great job:
There is no additional cost from CCTV Camera Pros for monthly Internet access to your cameras. As long as you have a high speed connection, you can setup remote access using these instructions:
Please let us know if you have any follow up questions.
-MikeSeptember 17, 2009 at 6:31 pm #31649AnonymousInactive
please send me some detail on how to implement it..
i m a student of c.s.e. and wanna know about languages specifications..my e mail firstname.lastname@example.org ..thanks.September 18, 2009 at 10:53 am #31650
Please let me know what you mean by languages specifications. There is no programming involved if that is what you are referring to. Please take a look at this article which reviews one possible implementation with wireless equipment for CCTV cameras.
Please note that the easiest way to deploy a wireless surveillance system is by using IP cameras.
Please post any follow up questions on this forum.
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