When it comes to installing security cameras(Check our planning phase before reading this page), one important consideration is where you place them. Many people think that they need to install them in every nook and cranny of their home, but this is not always necessary or even recommended. MRA E-Security provides the best plan for installation. Consider the following factors when deciding where to place your security camera:
-Viewing angles: One of the most important considerations when choosing a security camera is how many viewing angles it offers. Make sure to check which viewing angle the camera offers and what distance is between each of them. Make sure there’s no blind spot in your house when you look at it from different angles; otherwise, an intruder may be able to monitor your movements without being seen.
-Resolution: Ensure that any security cameras offer high enough resolution so they can capture activities happening during the day as well as at night. A blurry image could pose a problem even if you are able to see it from a far.
-Intruder Detection: Another important consideration when choosing the perfect security camera for your home is intruder detection or motion sensors. They can be an added bonus, but not all cameras offer this feature as standard equipment so you may need to check if they have them and what kind of sensitivity different models should have in order for their systems to detect any incoming disturbances discreetly without drawing attention prematurely. -Battery Life: If you want to limit your intrusion surveillance functionality and keep it all day, make sure that the camera uses low voltage power so they can work even when switched off. A lot of high quality models with long battery lives offer this feature as standard equipment but few other cameras do. You may need to contact manufacturers separately for their individual technical specifications in order for them to be able to give you a solid estimate regarding how long the batteries will last depending on the model you choose.
-Remote Monitoring: Although security cameras make surveillance systems easier, they are still not 100% reliable in some cases. That’s where a good remote monitoring system can be handy since it allows you to control your camera(s) from afar with just one button while providing real time alerts when motion is detected no matter which angle that might entail thanks to advanced software and databases detecting patterns of action after analyzing.