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10 Reasons To Switch From Analog Cameras And DVRs To IP Cameras And NVRs Video surveillance is everywhere today, from private home installations to massive enterprise deployments. And while the migration from analog to IP has been on the rise for several years, many companies of all sizes and shapes have been hesitant to make the leap to an IP-based video surveillance installation. Using HD cameras, IP-based systems bring the inherent advantages of network storage to video surveillance as well as the overall storage needs of a business. There are the issues of the initial cost, the need for some technical understanding, and perhaps other concerns, but, really, why haven’t more companies made the switch to an IP-based video surveillance system? Here are 10 reasons why now is the perfect time for companies to switch from legacy analog cameras and DVR systems to HD cameras and dedicated network video recorders (NVRs) for all their video surveillance needs. 1. Analog End Of Life — Low-definition analog camera systems and DVRs are beginning to reach their end of life. This is largely because of competitively priced, HD -definition IP cameras and NVRs that use advanced hard drives designed for professional use with a backup design commonly known as RAID (redundant array of independent disks). With RAID, data is spread across multiple HDDs. If one drive fails, the files have been backed up on another hard drive. Additionally, the maintenance expenditures required to support legacy video hardware create an urgency to upgrade equipment. 2. Ease Of Installation — A common misconception is that NAS (network attached storage)-based installations are much more complex than DVR-based. While that may have been true in the past, manufacturers have recently promoted features like universal plug-and-play camera recognition to make NVR installations as simple as possible. In addition, as manufacturers design new IP cameras, ease of installation is a primary feature. 3. Existing Infrastructure Use During Switch — Because a lot of companies already have an analog system in place and want to maximize their existing investments, manufacturers have created solutions, like encoders, to support hybrid environments. As analog/DVR components start to fail or reach end of life, users can switch out components one at a time to begin the upgrade to an IP camera and NVR installation. This hybrid environment technique maximizes companies’ initial investments and provides them the flexibility of funding their video surveillance upgrade over time. 4. Cost-effectiveness — Another misconception is that IP camera and NVR deployments are prohibitively expensive. A DVR may be cheaper initially than an NVR, but the NVR is no “one-trick pony” — it not only can manage the video surveillance requirements of a company, it also can operate as the foundation for the overall storage and data management needs of a work group, remote location, or stand-alone business. And as prices of IP cameras continue to drop, HD cameras bring significantly improved capabilities. 5. Scalability — As you start adding cameras to an existing video surveillance system, the migration to IP cameras is the most logical choice. Network-IP cameras can be added to an installation using existing analog cameras, thereby allowing a company to migrate over time to today’s HD standard rather than staying with yesterday’s outdated solutions. 6. Reliability/Durability — NAS-based, IP-video surveillance systems have proven to be faster, more reliable, and every bit as durable as older systems utilizing DVRs and analog cameras. When you consider all of the inherent advantages of NVRs with RAID data management and professional hard drives, the move to NVRs combined with IP cameras makes even more sense. 7. Manageability — The ability to access and view video files from any location in the world via mobile apps and remote clouds (assuming an Internet connection) is an obvious benefit of an IP-based video surveillance storage solution. 8. Image Quality Enhancements — More and more affordable high-definition IP security cameras are available in the market. These cameras provide better resolution, expanded surveillance environments, and highly detailed images. And after all, doesn’t everything look better in HD — including your video surveillance security files? 9. Regulatory Compliance — Due to security concerns and a higher compliance environment on a global level, tighter regulations have been imposed on a variety of industries. Depending on an industry’s regulatory standards, a company may face considerable surveillance video retention demands. That can be costly and danger-prone with yesterday’s onsite analog approach to video surveillance. It’s easier than you think to utilize local and remote network storage for retention requirements and peace of mind. 10. Expanding Capabilities/Features— Video surveillance features are continuing to expand, enabled by private cloud, remote video apps, and analytics to enhance solutions. IP cameras can offer a range of functions from basic to advanced analytics in almost any way imaginable. In addition, low-cost storage options like hosted video make network video a much more affordable option than location-based analog solutions. Video surveillance technology is rapidly expanding and now is the time to find your way out of analog and into the promised land of IP-based security systems. The move will help optimize business efficiency, reduce costs, and increase your customers’ satisfaction.
Model : TXIGES0004 ( Texecom Intrusion System) The Premier Elite 48-W LIVE is a self-contained wireless control panel with Ricochet® mesh technology. Intrusion For Smart Home Security System. Premier Elite 48-W LIVE features:- 32 Ricochet Enabled Wireless Zones 4 Wired Zones,  4 Areas,  50 User Codes , On-board LCD Keypad with Prox Reader 500 Event Log Time & Date Stamped PD6662: 2010, EN50131-3, EN50131-5-3 Grade 2 Class II PD6662: 2010, EN50131-3, EN50131-5-3 Grade 2 Class II PSTN/GSM Based CMS connectivity Com-IP with Android/IOS Apps Tough Poly-carbonate Construction Remote Programming and Maintenance Software More Info ...
Model : TXIGES0004 ( Texecom Intrusion System) The Premier Elite 48-W LIVE is a self-contained wireless control panel with Ricochet® mesh technology. Intrusion For Smart Home Security System. Premier Elite 48-W LIVE features:- 32 Ricochet Enabled Wireless Zones 4 Wired Zones, 4 Areas, 50 User Codes , On-board LCD Keypad with Prox Reader 500 Event Log Time & Date Stamped PD6662: 2010, EN50131-3, EN50131-5-3 Grade 2 Class II PD6662: 2010, EN50131-3, EN50131-5-3 Grade 2 Class II PSTN/GSM Based CMS connectivity Com-IP with Android/IOS Apps Tough Poly-carbonate Construction Remote Programming and Maintenance Software More Info ...
TEXECOM Model : TXIAED0009 ( Wired VIBRATION Detector + MC) Digital shock sensor (White) with magnetic contact and Double reed switches – One device for Double Protection on opening doors and windows. – Digital Microprocessor Technology – Tri-Colour LED Indication – Separate Reed Switch & Shock Sensor Alarm Outputs – Includes All Impaq E Features
The WBOX is a 720p resolution IR Dome Camera constructed with a Fix Lens with 3 Axis bracket for simple adjustment and ease of installation. IR DOME:HD-TVI • 1MP (1280 x720) Resolution HD-TVI Camera • 20mts IR Range, 12pcs of IR Led * True D& N with ICR • Fixed Lens • 12V DC, Smart IR Wbox Honeywell Camera Supply & Instillation Services Delhi NCR
KX-T 7665 Features 1-Line Display 8 Programmable CO Keys with Dual-Colour LED Digital eXtra Device Port (DXDP) 10 Feature Keys Tilt-Angle Adjustment Speakerphone Volume Control Wall Mount Panasonic Phone
The Panasonic IP Hybrid Switchboard System combines benefits of traditional telecommunications together with the convergence of IP technology. Offering advance features and flexibility, these models can certainly be upgraded to raised end models. Some of the useful and efficient features that the Panasonic Hybrid PBX system offer are; 3-level automated reception with voice guidance, Built in Voice message (BV), unknown caller ID Display on SLTs and APTs that allows for caller recognition and better call management. Not only does the Panasonic PBX systems have many features that will benefit your enterprise but is actually a system which allows for flexible and simple growth with optional cards, they have high end call controlling system and economical cost management function to name a few. Different types of PABX When buying a business PABX telephone system it is important to find out which type of PABX system will be the correct fit for your company. Below we briefly outline different options of PABX systems. Traditional PABX Program A traditional PABX telephone system has a “switchboard box” that attaches numerous phone lines to multiple extensions. The “switchboard box” can also hook up these calls to a physical phone brand of a telephone service provider, such as Telkom, allowing you to make external calls. IP PABX System With an IP based PABX system you have your calls sent over the internet. These PABX set-ups use VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) and you do not have to use a phone provider to make phone calls. IP PABX systems frequently bring about cost benefits when compared to traditional PABX systems. Managed PABX System A managed PABX system is an offshoot of VoIP technology. What is nice about this PABX option is the fact it allows users to work remotely from their home or on their cell phones while still connecting them to the business telephone system. Just like the IP based PABX with a hosted PABX system you never desire a mobile phone service provider. Virtual PABX System A virtual PABX System is similar to the hosted PABX system and uses VoIP technology. This PABX system is budget friendly and is ideal for smaller businesses which may have low call volumes and few employees. Cross PABX Program With a hybrid PABX system you get the best of both worlds. This unique PABX system combines a traditional PABX telephone system and the latest Voice over internet protocol technology. This is great for companies whose mobile phone lines need to be up all the time. For case, if your telephone company is down, you can use the IP based system and the other way round. A very reliable but often costly PABX system. IP centered PABX systems have be a popular choice among companies as this telephone system provides reliable communication at a reduced cost. Here are some of the features of using an IP PABX system. Benefits of an IP PABX System Easy Management IP PABX systems are run off software and can be utilized via your workplace computer. A person with some basic networking and computer knowledge can configure boost the system. Cost Savings An IP based PABX system uses VoIP technology and because of this significant savings can be attained, particularly if you are making long distance or international calls. Less Wiring VoIP can be used for IP PABX systems and therefore no phone line wiring is need. The system is run off your computer network. Flexible Adding more phone lines to traditional PABX solutions often requires new hardware. With an IP based telephone system it is much simpler to add upgrades and file format to your network. This is also much simpler to move offices and workstations as there is no patching required. It is Easy To Use An IP PABX system is computer based and consequently can be integrated with ease into your current business processes. Confirming is also user friendly as the calls are stored in an internet repository. Easy Diverts Whether or not someone is not at the office they can still receive telephone calls on their mobile telephone. Calls can be easily transferred as a result of VoIP features used for the PABX system. Features VoIP based IP PBX systems are software based and therefore new features can be develop quickly. Most IP PABX systems offer features such as voicemail, diverts, custom reporting and call groupings. Software based telephone systems offer some unique advantages and should be considered not only for companies looking to invest in a good PABX system but even for businesses that already have a regular IP PBX System.
ADDRESSABLE WALL SOUNDER COOPER COFCAS381 Main Features Loop powered Soft addressed High efficiency design Simple clip fixing assembly Two models available (internal and weatherproof) Quick and simple to install Low current consumption Selectable tones and adjustable volume controlled by the panel