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Wi-Fi IP Cameras

In Wi-Fi IP cameras, connection with the recorder takes place using a wireless network. The advantage of this solution is that there is no need to run a LAN cable for image transmission. This is especially desirable in places where such assembly could be problematic. In addition, it allows you to easily connect another camera to the network, regardless of where it is located. Currently, access to the Internet is standard, so its use in monitoring is natural and practical.

Wi-Fi IP cameras - advantages

These types of cameras can be used both inside and outside buildings. In the latter case, attention should be paid to the tightness of the device and its resistance to weather conditions. The zintronic.pl offer includes devices with a standard lens and rotating devices, especially desirable when monitoring large, open spaces, halls, etc.

Undoubtedly, one of the advantages of the Wi-Fi IP camera is its ease of installation. Thanks to that, even a layman can reach for it, because it does not require professional knowledge and assembly. Soon you can preview the image on your computer or mobile device. It is saved on a disk connected to the recorder or on a memory card, and the length of the recording depends on its capacity. If the disc is full, the image overwrites what was recorded earliest. Thanks to this, the latest recordings are stored, which allows you to return to them and view previously saved material.

What often convinces potential users to WI-FI IP cameras is their mounting method. Let us remind you that in the case of POE IP cameras it is necessary to run a network cable (which also acts as a power cable). It is an indispensable element of the monitoring system assembly, because this cable is used to send the image to the recorder. In turn, Wi-Fi IP cameras use a wireless Internet connection for this purpose.

Is it a great help in practice? If the monitoring is installed not when finishing the interior, but when it is already inhabited or there is an office in it, the owners try to carry out the entire process at the lowest possible cost, commissioning as few "construction" works as possible. WI-FI IP cameras just need to be attached to the wall and connected to the power supply. So you don't have to hammer in the walls to lay the wires.

IP WI-FI cameras for amateur use

When installing monitoring in a company, you often use the advice of specialists or entrust the entire process to people who deal with such things on a daily basis. At home, however, customers often want to install the camera themselves, so as not to allow outsiders to their private space. In such a situation, WI-FI cameras are a very good choice. Firstly, due to the ease of assembly mentioned above, without the need to run additional cables. Secondly, this type of camera is easy to configure and even connects the preview from a smartphone or tablet. This way you can keep an eye on your home when you are away on holiday. Many people also place a camera in the children's room above the cot and use it as an electronic nanny. In this case, a camera with a microphone turns out to be extremely practical. It is worth mentioning here that there are some legal restrictions on audio recording. While this can be done in the comfort of your own home, audio recording when employees are present at home is prohibited. Therefore, if we want to keep an eye on the person who cleans the house in our absence or looks after the child, it is permissible to record only the image. Of course, such a person must consent to this and be aware that the cameras are located in specific rooms.

A microphone and a loudspeaker come in handy when you leave your pet alone for many hours at home. In an emergency, the dog or cat can be brought to order using the preview on mobile devices or computer. The animal will immediately hear the message from the speaker on the camera.