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Is there a difference between a surveillance camera vs a security camera?
Sure, there is.
Today, we will explain the difference between these two so that it comes time for you to make a decision on which type of camera is best for your business you will be well informed to protect your employees and the investment you made in your business.
A surveillance camera is a security camera, but a security camera isn’t always a surveillance camera.
Here is the definition of a surveillance camera:
Connected to a central system, the surveillance cameras send footage back to a monitor that displays what the cameras see. Unlike traditional television broadcasting, CCTV sends a closed signal to the receiving monitor, allowing viewing to be strictly observed by the connected equipment, only.
Here is what security cameras do:
Most security cameras on the market today are standard analog security cameras connected directly to a digital video recorder. The cameras in this type of system consist of a lens, DSP chip (digital signal processing chip) and a housing. The cameras are simply the window used by the DVR (digital video recorder) to see.
To explain it simply, it is really the difference of the job each camera needs to perform.
Check out this article on the use of CCTV cameras for businesses, which includes 10 tips for choosing the right security cameras for your business.
There are a variety of different types of surveillance cameras which suit different situations or premises, and that selecting the proper camera for the right application really is vital.
This includes but isn’t limited to
We recommend you just pick up the phone and call your locally owned and locally operated small business who specializes in home and commercial security systems.
Chances are they know exactly what you need and will give you several options and several brand and systems to chose from.
Why do all this research and work ahead of time when that is all they do, all day long?
When you are ready, give us a call! We serve customers in both Horry County and Georgetown County.