The camera system normally consists of: –
- Video recording machine
- A screen
- Video cameras
- Internet connection
First, decide how you want to view your images, live or recorded.
On a dedicated screen, on an existing TV with a spare HDMI socket (preferably a high-definition TV) on the smart phone application.
It also dictates the location of the recorder.
From there, there should be 5mm black cables for each camera, if they are in the same building.
If they are on or in the same building, an analog / TV I type camera system will be suitable.
However, if some or all of the cameras are on a different building or on multiple buildings, a digital / IP (more expensive) system would be required to use wireless transmission between buildings.
To view live images or record remotely, on another site or on a via smartphone or PC application, an Internet connection is required.
This is normally a cable from your router to the video recorder, although it can be via plug-in transmitters or the same wireless network used for cameras.
Our wireless systems can travel 10 km or more, they need a direct site line (so no corners, hills or buildings in between)
An example for a typical farm.
The video recorder is placed next to an existing TV with a spare HDMI jack.
A cable to the Internet router (Livebox) is run from the video recorder to allow remote viewing as needed.
A cable is taken from the recorder to a power unit, which is then connected to the Wirefree receiver mounted on the farm house and pointing towards the farm buildings.
With a weatherproof plastic housing housing another power supply and a network switch, IP cameras are connected via wireless microwave link to the home. All cameras in farm buildings, whether static or mobile (PTZ), are all wired to a central position where the waterproof housing is located.
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