The Best In Home Security Camera Systems
In addition to ADT Home Security, our team will work with you to develop a custom video surveillance system tailored to your home. As a full-service video security integrator, Safehouse Protection helps you plan, configure, and operate your home security system.
The benefits of installing home surveillance cameras from our selection of home security products include:
- Attain homeowner peace of mind
- Keep an eye on home while away
- Remote & mobile surveillance apps to view system on-the-go
- Deter trespassers and solicitors
- Prevent the possibility of a break-in with outdoor cameras
- Monitor nannies, home service providers, and house cleaners
- System Provides HD Resolution, Day/Night Visibility, & Mobile Viewing
- The centerpiece of the surveillance system is the camera, built with high-tech features like 1080p HD resolution and a durable, weather-proof & vandal-resistant enclosure. The cameras are designed to withstand common weather conditions like wind, humidity, fog, rain, and light snow. Our cameras include vari-focal lens with remote auto-focus, wide dynamic range, and day/night vision with IR illuminators. Wide dynamic is a key feature that strengthens the clarity and detail of images even in the most adverse lighting conditions – an important component for identifying someone walking down a hallway or standing in front of a window.
- The camera’s discreet dome appearance is suitable for any home.
- Full 1080p HD resolution for clear, extremely detailed pictures
- DVR allows for seamless playback on all cameras.
We provide the latest technology from mobile apps, viewing your home all from your cell phone!
Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) refers to a video system that is closed to a limited amount of viewers. A CCTV system can refer to something as large as a multi-camera monitoring system for a bank to something as small as a single camera monitoring your baby. Depending on the system you choose, CCTV video can be viewed live or recorded using a digital video recorder (DVR)–either a dedicated device or your PC.
To record images in dark or low-light conditions, you need an infrared (IR) camera–one that surrounds its lens with a ring of infrared LED illuminators. Infrared light is part of the electromagnetic spectrum that can’t be seen by a person’s eyes, and this lighting bathes the subject in heat, allowing the camera to see and capture objects even in complete darkness.
Even if your security camera records video in color during the day, the video will be switched to black and white when used with IR lighting at night, as this produces a better image than color. However, the imagery will look like standard video, without as much detail.