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These days, security cameras have become commonplace among business equipment. Some people are still relying on CCTV methods. While these cameras and networks can function rather well for small homes and businesses, IP cameras comprise most new installations.
Unlike the cameras used in CCTV networks, IP Cameras are digital and transmit their data back and forth via IP computer networks (LAN) or the internet. While the majority of cameras that function in this way are simple webcams, those that are used in industrial applications are referred to as "IP Cameras" or "Netcams".
The two main types of IP Cameras are:
While these few disadvantages may make you hesitate, it's worth noting that with a little foresight and proper planning, a custom-designed IP Camera Surveillance system can greatly enhance your network visibility and security.
The SiteMon IP camera is an IP camera built on an RTU (remote monitoring device) foundation that is very customizable. You can configure it to capture based on door openings or motion sensing, and images can be logged on a T/Mon master station.