How to Install Security Cameras in a Residence



How to Install Security Cameras in a Residence


CONTENTS

Know Your Tools
Analog System with Plug & Play Cable
Analog System with Siamese Cable
Megapixel IP System
Find the Right Location for Each Camera
Find the Right Location for your DVR
Running Cables
Power Supplies
Connecting Everything Together
Setting up your DVR

The idea of setting up a security camera system in your home may seem like a hard task when you think about it but in all reality it’s a lot easier than one may think. There are some simple steps and tools you must have in [...] Continue Reading…

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A Common Sense Guide to Installing a Camera System



A Common Sense Guide to Installing a Camera System


So you want a security system, and you’re thinking about installing it yourself to save some cash. Great! Let me just say that you have just made the best or worst decision of your life…maybe. What do I mean? Well, essentially, make sure you can chew everything you have just bitten off. There are a lot of things to consider when taking on the endeavor of installing a camera system, and if the factors are right for you then you’re in like Flynn.

The first thing to consider before anything else is, “What do [...] Continue Reading…

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How To Wire an Access Control Board (DX Series) – PART 1



How To Wire an Access Control Board (DX Series) – PART 1


Many customers have contacted us to help them with their access control needs and sometimes it can be cumbersome to explain. In this article I will show you How To Wire an Access Control Board. I will use our DX Series 2 Door Access control Board (ACP-DXEL2), a Proximity Card Reader (ACR-DXRF01), an electronic door strike (ACDS-DX1500SE), 22-8 wire and a power supply with at least 3 or 5 amps.

In this article I will cover the steps to wire the electronic door strike and access control reader to the board and test the system.

Note: In order to make the [...] Continue Reading…

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I-502 Washington Code 314-55-083 Security, Surviellance and Access Control: Contingency and Congruency Planning



I-502 Washington Code 314-55-083 Security, Surviellance and Access Control: Contingency and Congruency Planning


When building your I-502 system it is important to plan your security layout, contingency and congruency options.  What does this mean exactly? It means planning for the worst case scenario. Planning for all foreseeable contingencies and running congruent systems to compartmentalize as much damage to the system as a worst case scenario can create.  When we here at Security Camera King plot your camera layout we take many factors into account, and in doing so we account for contingency and congruency in many ways.  My goal here is to further your awareness and allow for you to consider all [...] Continue Reading…

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How to extract recorded video footage from a DVR over the Internet



How to extract recorded video footage from a DVR over the Internet


Techpro Security Products brand DVRs have a long list of pragmatic features and none of them are more useful than the ability to view your security camera footage from anywhere in the world. This is accomplished when the DVR and the network where it has been installed have been set up to correctly work together. This feature gives you the capacity to view both live and recorded video from a computer. There are a few different ways that you can do this. In this article we are going to examine performing this function through the Web Service, which uses [...] Continue Reading…

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