How to Secure a Security Camera System



How to Secure a Security Camera System


Adding a security camera system to your home is a great asset and can provide you with a lot of benefits. One thing about that is your system is only as secure as you make it. This means that when putting your security camera system up you have to think about the DVR’s (Digital Video Recorder’s) location and other aspects that can make it harder for someone to destroy footage. The three main ways you can protect your system are placing the DVR in a secure location, creating admin accounts and changing the default passwords, and applying alerts to […] Continue Reading…

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Instantly Record Video Clips To Your DVR?



Instantly Record Video Clips To Your DVR?


Instantly recording video clips to your DVR!

So what happens when you want to record a short event at the push of the button with your dvr?  Let’s say you want to use your surveillance system for interviews. How about File Transfer Protocol video clips? Youtube uploads? Or any important event that you would rather self trigger? Could push button recording be the solution you are looking for? How do you do it? While generally speaking most of our customers are best served by using motion detect or 24-7 recording, there may be some instances when triggering the recording from an […] Continue Reading…

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Techpro Security Products DVRs and NVRs – Overview of the New Menu System



Techpro Security Products DVRs and NVRs – Overview of the New Menu System


The menu system in all Techpro Security Products DVRs and NVRs has been very similar over the past few years, with little variation regardless of the model or the type of system that it’s designed to accommodate. The older menu system was great but recently several improvements have been made to it. Once an operator makes the adjustment to the changes then it’s easy to appreciate how the improvements actually make the system easier to navigate and operate. Hopefully this overview article will help you to understand and appreciate these changes.

After you have connected a monitor and mouse to […] Continue Reading…

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Things you should know about Amendment 64 and Amendment 20



Things you should know about Amendment 64 and Amendment 20


In Nov. of 2012, fifty-five percent of Colorado’s locals voted in Amendment 64 which turned out to be pretty historic. This document ended prohibition of marijuana under Colorado Law. In Dec of 2012, Amendment 64 went into effect making private use and limited possession of marijuana legal for adults 21 years of age or older. In turn, state legislature also permits cultivation, processing, and sale of all marijuana products. This ends up establishing a system that regulates Marijuana to be distributed and taxed just like alcohol as of Oct 2013.

If you currently own a recreational or medical shop, or […] Continue Reading…

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How to Set Up an IP camera with an NVR



How to Set Up an IP camera with an NVR


Analog cameras have come a long way over the years. They have brought all of us an immense amount of footage to watch from movies, to sporting events, the news, and history. This was all done with some rather low quality equipment by today’s standards. IP MegaPixel cameras have a clarity that surpasses even the human eye. IP cameras can see into spectrums of light that people cannot, and can pick up details that even a person with 20/20 vision would not notice. If anyone recalls, actors were trying to get their contracts adjusted because they did not like […] Continue Reading…

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