5 Signs Your Security System Is Outdated

  1. Provide Blurry Resolution

Are you still using analog security cameras or struggling to see what is captured by your 720p security cameras? Have you ever regretted for the escape of burglar just because of the blurry images?

Your security camera is worthless if it couldn’t provide identifiable images.

  1. No Remote Viewing via Web Browser

If you can only remotely visit your security camera via mobile phone, your security system is a little out of style. More and more security cameras can now be easily accessed on web browsers. That’s to say, you will not be distracted by other devices to check your home or business when surf on the Internet. And you can save your time in downloading the clients.

  1. Without 2-Way Audio

The traditional alarm system is only effective when there is someone to be alarmed at home, but you will be helpless when you are miles away. However, with 2-Way audio function, you will be able to give immediate verbal warning to threaten the burglar away without losing a penny.

  1. Use Traditional Wired Technology

Old security systems are typically wired, transmitting signals and getting power via multiple and complex cables that could be easily cut off by some professional burglars.

In a world of wireless everything, the wireless security cameras become popular at once. With the rapidly-advancing technology, there are 100% truly wire-free security cameras  even for outdoor use which adopts long-lasting batteries .

  1. Offer Digital Zoom

In digital zoom, you have to cut down the amount of information you are looking at since the limited data in the image. By contrast, in optical zoom, the camera always captures the same amount of information whether you are fully zooming in or out.

So even if you own a megapixel security camera, you’ll only get a grainy image with digital zooming. Upgrade your digital PTZ security camera to the conventional optical ones so that you will never miss a detail in the security captures!

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