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Is your home security up to par?

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Q-See Universal Home Security Systems Keeping your valuable property and precious loved ones safe and secure is a concern for any homeowner. There are various steps your can take to minimize risks. Security involves everything from sturdy doors, windows and locks, to appropriate landscaping and lighting. But short of hiring armed guards, your best bet for achieving peace of mind and ensuring your security ‘round the clock is a modern security surveillance system from Q-See.

Camera Installation

Depending on the size of your property, you may be able to install as few as four, or as many as 20 or more cameras at strategic locations around the perimeter of your home. Experts note that most home burglaries involve illegal entry through a ground-floor window or door, so those are the points where surveillance cameras are especially useful. In many instances static bullet cameras will suffice. These cylindrical cameras, which are available in weather- and vandalism-resistant housings, can be mounted under the eves, and pointed at doors, windows, and other vulnerable areas.

Connection to Security System

Connect your cameras to a multi-channel recorder and you’ll be able view feeds separately, store video, playback specific feeds, etc. State-of-the-art digital cameras combined with a network video recorder (NVR) will allow you to own and operate some of the highest-resolution video surveillance cameras ever made. Cameras capable of delivering high definition video, in full color, are common now. Of course, most homeowners are familiar with the crystal-clear resolution of high definition video displayed on a 1080p monitor; the new standard for high definition television viewing.

Latest Surveillance Technology

At the cutting edge of this technology are 3 megapixel (MP) and 4 MP cameras, which deliver video that’s even more detailed than 1080p HD. Even better, most cameras now feature built-in infrared LED lamps, which project invisible “light” that cameras can use to see clearly, even in the deepest dark, with night vision technology. Beams are projected up to 100 feet or more, to illuminate anyone who approaches your property under cover of darkness.



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