What’s the difference between Wireless Surveillance Cameras and Wired Surveillance Cameras?

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3 Responses to “What’s the difference between Wireless Surveillance Cameras and Wired Surveillance Cameras?”

  1. John Scott Says:

    Wireless security cameras are fast becoming the best option for security camera installation. Whereas once wired cameras were the only option, wireless security cameras present new options for your security needs. Here is a quick rundown of the main advantages wireless security cameras have over wired:
    http://www.video-surveillance-guide.com/wireless-security-cameras.htm

  2. John Scott Says:

    the difference …. the wire.. lol

  3. John Scott Says:

    A wireless camera hooks up to a transmitter at the point of the camera, then at the point of the recorder or viewer you hook up the “receiver” that receives the video signal with out wires between the camera and recorder. With a hard wire surveillance camera you need to hook wires from the camera directly into the recorder or viewer. See http://www.surveillance-equip.com for details and examples.

 

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