The Basics of a Home Video Surveillance System


While expensive alarm systems and remote monitoring are nice (if you can afford them), common sense goes a long way in protecting your home, too.  A home video surveillance system doesn’t have to be complicated. For now, you can start out with just a basic system that will be affordable and reliable. You can put together components that you purchase separately, or choose our outstanding and complete home video surveillance system, which will have everything you’ll need to run 4, 8, even up to 16 security cameras.


Tips on Shopping for a Home Video Surveillance System

Take a few moments to look over a complete package first to get an idea of all the components that make up a digital home video surveillance system. Then explore our bullet and dome cameras, DVRs and VCRs, as well as monitors. You’ll quickly learn what applications you will need for your home. For example, you may want to save your recorded images, but don’t want to view hours and hours of tape. In that case, you’ll want a time lapse recording device as an integral part of your home video surveillance system.