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Home Security Burglar Alarms, DIY Home Security

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Security Store USA – Security systems, surveillance equipment …

Surveillance equipment for wired and wireless security systems. Security Store USA understands the importance of keeping your property safe, whether it is your home …

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Home Security Burglar Alarms, DIY Home Security

Home Security Store – DIY Security Alarm Systems, Burglar Alarms, Wireless Security, Surveillance Cameras. Protect your home – Free shipping on most orders.

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Security Store USA – Security systems, surveillance equipment …

Surveillance equipment for wired and wireless security systems. Security Store USA understands the importance of keeping your property safe, whether it is your home …

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BrickHouse Security | Home Security Camera Systems | GPS Surveillance

BrickHouse Security is the Global Leader in Home Security, including GPS Tracking, Hidden Cameras, Video Surveillance and Cell Phone & PC Monitoring Solutions

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Lorex Digital Wireless LCD Surveillance System w/ Recorder

http://www.HomeSecurityStore.com This unit from Lorex is equipped with digital wireless technology that reliably provides a video feed that is both crisp and…


Q&A:

RB asked Are computer video surveillance system a good deterrent?

I was wondering if wireless computer video monitoring system a good deterrent against buglers who are non-violent?

Would seeing a video system set up in my front door, back door etc. be a deterrent?

For deterrence should it be clearly visible?

I figure if the cameras were hidden it would not act as a deterrence.

And got the following answer:

Make the Dummy cameras Visible but make the Real ones Invisible; Put it at a strategic hidden place. If they foil the camera they would likely foil the fake and not the real so that you can catch em on cctv!!

tangerinequeen asked How do i install a wireless video surveillance system?

I’m doing a project on safety for my campus. If i wanted to install a camera at the entrance of a building, have it feed into a monitor in one of the rooms in the building and I wanted to send a live feed of the surveillance to another building less than a mile away, what equipment would I need? Thanks!

And got the following answer:

They do make wireless cameras, also wired, you need to make sure that you have a device that it can connect to the network with, such as a hub, wireless access, access point, switch or router.

Once the device is on the network you will be able to connect to the IP address of the device and Wha,la you are off to the races

RB asked Are Lorex wireless video surveillance system any good?

Have anyone owned a Lorex wireless video surveillance system?

Is it any good? I live in a very low crime area, but want something to monitor someone if they ring the front bell,before opening the door.

Also for just a deterrence for dumb (most of then are) buglers.

And got the following answer:

lorex is crap…go with a WILIFE system

x7 asked Should I get a netbook or Motorola Droid?

I have verizon wireless and happy with them.

I’m installing a wireless video surveillance system in my house.

Should I get a netbook to monitor it when I’m away or get a Droid?

I think I should get the Droid since I can’t carry the netbook in my pocket.

Also do anyone know how much gigabyte service I should get if I’m remotely monitoring my house with a netbook or Droid?

And got the following answer:

IPAD!
haha.
no.

Go for the droid man, simpler.

octane asked How do I find out my “real” ip address?

The remotely viewable security camera system at my business requires that I enter the ip address for access. Since I installed a wireless router to my modem, the ip address won’t let me view video surveillance. Going to “What is my ip address” gives me information that is not relavent to the DVR.

And got the following answer:

You can try clicking start then run which would be the bottom right of the start menu and then type cmd in the command prompt type: ipconfig/all and that would display your ip address which is usually the first one that comes up. I hope that helps, if not the IT suggestion would work to. To find out the external ip address which is usually assigned by the ISP you can trying typing the “nslookup” command in the command prompt as the one above. I think that command gives the external IP.

x7 asked Which wireless video/audio security camera system are the best?

In your opinion, what wireless video/audio outdoor video surveillance system are the best for the do it your selfer?

I just want it to monitor who is outside if a bell rings, and also to deter would be buglers.

And got the following answer:

Look at this store,http://stores.ebay.com/TranNVRs. I have bought a surveillance system frome it. It works very nice

Chef Alex asked What kind of security system do I need?

I am having trouble with my step-son coming to our house when I am out of town and going through things. I know that things are out of order but he denies that he goes through things.

I was wondering what kind of video surveillance system I need to monitor my house. I want it wireless, only to record when it detects motion, and save it to an SD card or something similar.

Links to products would be great or if you have any personal experiences with products. Thanks!

And got the following answer:

Here are some that may help you. Just be careful about two things. Wireless cameras still need to be connected to electricity. They come with power adapters to connect to the wall outlet and then to the camera. You also cannot use most wireless cameras through more than 3 dry walls, or 1 brick walls and 1 dry wall. The below is no exception.
http://www.security-cameras-cctv.com/security-cameras/Waterproof-Wireless-Camera-Package-with-DVR-Receiver_and-Recorder.html

It may be better to have a hidden camera with SD card recorder built in. Here are some. Just check the description to make sure they take SD cards:
http://www.security-cameras-cctv.com/Hidden-Camera-_and–Spy-Camera/DVR-Spy-Camera/