Nearly 34% of burglars enter through the front door. Receive instant alerts when someone approaches your home, so you can verify their identity.
See and speak to whoever’s at your door. Get the full picture with a 180° wide-angle view of the area around your door.
Review recorded video clips on demand to track doorstep activity.
You’ll never miss a visitor with notifications sent straight to your mobile device.
Get a clear view of your doorstep, even when it’s dark outside.
Over 30% of burglars enter through the front door. With security cameras manning your porch and driveway, you can help prevent unauthorized entry. Be alerted in seconds if someone walks up your front steps from its built-in motion sensor. And with crystal-clear 1080p video, you’ll be able to see whether your visitor is a welcome one.
The Alarm.com app enables you to control of all your security devices with a single app. Whenever a home security camera senses motion, you can receive an alert on your phone or send clips to your email.
Arm and disarm your system, see who’s at your door, start a conversation, and lock or unlock your doors – all remotely, all through a single app
Get a clear view in and around your home, day or night. Infrared and full-color night vision on the outdoor security cameras will let you see activity you might otherwise miss, like your kids wandering the house after bedtime or suspicious activity around your home while you’re on vacation.
|Video||H.264 1080p HD (up to 15 FPS)||Field of View||120-130° horizontal FOV|
|Dimensions||Height: 4.8 in (12.2 cm)
Width: 1.44 in (3.65 cm)
Depth: 1.13 in (2.86 cm)
|Weight||2.0 oz (56.7 g)|
|Microphone||Built-in, omni-directional||Speaker||105 dBSPL @ 1 cm|
|Motion Sensor||180° PIR detection up to 10 ft.||Color Night Vision||0.1 LUX up to 15 ft.|
There are 4 different types of security cameras:
Fixed indoor cameras are stationary cameras that come in a variety of different styles. They are popular due to their affordability and ease of use.
Dome security cameras are those dark, bulb-shaped devices you’ve probably noticed in the ceiling of a department store, a bank, or a government office. They’re designed to be tamper-proof.
PTZ cameras (pan-tilt-zoom cameras) allow you to pan side-to-side, tilt up and down, and zoom remotely. If you’ve got a wide viewing angle to cover, one PTZ camera can get a fuller picture compared to most others.
Bullet cameras are fixed cameras that can be used indoors or outdoors. This is probably the most traditional design that we associate with security cameras. They’re a little bit larger than the other options, but these are most commonly found in security camera kits.
We can break down all of these camera types into two categories: wireless and wired.
Both have their pros and cons:
Wireless cameras have become popular in the past decade as data transfer rates over WiFi increased, and wireless connections became more reliable. These are often used for general surveillance, baby monitors, and nanny cams.
There are also two different types of wireless cameras: traditional wireless cameras and wire-free wireless cameras.
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