By Aubrie Gosselin. Wireless Security Camera. Published at Monday, March 11th, 2019 - 14:16:13 PM.
If you are installing wireless surveillance systems around your home, then you won’t need to invest too heavily in long-term storage of footage. You will ultimately decide for how long you’ll want to archive the video feed, but anywhere between one to two weeks is about enough time to capture relevant footage and then replay it when needed.
This is because each system has advantages and disadvantages and applications which each meet better than the other. After all, the aim is to provide security surveillance and monitoring and both can do this in spades. Of course, cost can be important – especially if a defined budget needs to be adhered to – as can the capabilities of each system.
There are advantages to this sort of set-up when it comes to having a robust surveillance system as part of a complete security package. For one, the cameras can be placed anywhere they’re needed as long as the signal can be received by the monitoring equipment and the cameras can receive signals from the monitors and recorders (telling them which way to turn, upon command, for example).
At the very least, make sure that the important parts are moved to a separate folder that your DVR is not programmed to modify. Most wireless security camera systems are designed to overwrite existing footage if its storage devices are filled to capacity, so you will need to act if you don’t want your archive erased before you have a chance to store it!
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