The world of security equipment supply is considerably vaster than what most people would think. For instance, many people think there are only two or three types of audio recording devices outside of traditional tape recorders. Moreover, they wouldn’t assume that they have much to do with private security. Audio recorders, after all, are the tools of lazy college students. However, they’re also excellent for monitoring areas with compromised security or recording the results of an experiment. They’re perfect for anytime that someone isn’t in a room, but has to hear what was going on in it. Modern audio recording devices have long recording times, and their recording medium usually involves high quality MP3 files. Nevertheless, they do make a great gift for college students who have a reason to record lectures.
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Sometimes a good digital video image for security and surveillance purposes isn’t enough; that’s when a security camera with audio is needed for the job. Today many digital video cameras as well as the Digital Video Recorders or DVRs include audio as an option. If audio is an integral part of your system, be sure to check the camera’s specifications to verify that it is audio ready.
Many cameras, including IP (Internet Protocol) ready cameras, offer audio as well as video; in fact most IP cameras offer two-way audio. Security Camera King has a vast inventory of two-way audio cameras, especially for IP ready units. Here are a few uses for a security camera with audio:
If you are looking for an Internet based camera you should consider one of Security Camera King’s Network PTZ Dome Surveillance Cameras. These cameras are very versatile with lots of additional features than just Pan-Tilt-Zoom. In the following article, we’ll take a look at how these cameras work and give an overview on each of these types of cameras that Security Camera King has to offer.
The PTZ-TOOL programming module makes programming PTZ cameras a cinch. Security Camera King offers this for sale for customers because there are many people that have more than 1 PTZ (Pan-Tilt-Zoom) camera in their system. In fact, this tool is only required if you use more than 1 PTZ camera in your system, but it can be used to control a standalone PTZ camera as well.
PTZ cameras make for a powerful addition to a digital video security system. Often times, these cameras can take the place of two or more stationary cameras making them very cost effective as well. These cameras usually come with factory pre-settings and it may be useful to “tweak” them a bit; that’s where the PTZ-TOOL programming module comes in.