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Video quality is usually better than that of analog cameras, but it depends on the Megapixel rating of the cameras in question. Live viewing IP Cameras with less than 2 Megapixels will deliver footage at a resolution of 720P while IP Cameras with 2 Megapixels or more will deliver footage at a resolution of 1080P for live viewing. As with the analog systems, the playback of recorded video is limited by the NVR. Generally speaking, we don’t recommend IP Cameras for a DIY home security camera installations because of the up front installation time and complexity. If you are looking for the best video quality possible for both live and recorded surveillance footage, the only option is an HD SDI System consisting of both HD SDI Cameras and HD SDI DVR. This system will provide real time 1080P Video exactly like watching TV in high definition and does not require any special knowledge of networks to install and maintain. HD Security Cameras can provide up to six times higher resolution than standard video cameras, giving you much clearer video quality on your home camera system. HD SDI Systems are the state of the art and while the cost is more than the basic analog systems it is substantially less than a comparable IP System. The only downside is that, because of the much higher resolution these security cameras record at, they require about 3 times as much hard drive storage capacity as standard analog systems. When it comes to enterprise level security, the benefits far exceed the costs on an HD SDI system and it will provide you with some of the the highest quality recordings that the surveillance industry currently offers. We are one of the very few companies that sell products with 1080 lines of resolution.

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Some Pulse peripherals require third party mobile apps. Bottom Line: ADT Pulse offers just about everything you could want in a full service home security system, including many component options, support for popular third party smart home devices, and a solid app experience. Read ReviewSimpliSafe Home Security System ReviewMSRP: $229. 96 at Pros: Affordable hardware, reasonable monthly monitoring fees. No contract required. Quick, easy installation. Cellular and Wi Fi connectivity, the latter of which is optional. Cons: Underwhelming camera options. Bottom Line: If you want to secure and monitor your home from afar without spending a bundle or signing a long term contract, there's a lot to like about the newly redesigned, versatile, and easy to use DIY SimpliSafe Home Security System. Read ReviewVivint Smart Home ReviewMSRP: $39. 99 at Pros: Speedy event response.

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Home security systems of varied nature and methods are plenty available. A simple warning signal by means of a security tag from a reputed security agency itself acts a deterrent for the robbers. However it is wise to choose an effective and economical system to make the security at home really effective. A good monitoring system to work in your absence and that would react when triggered enabling someone to see, or a system that produces an alarm, that can be directed to the Police or emergency service, is an ideal choice. Use of variety of locks is another option to protect the house in one’s absence. Protecting the family and the belongings from the vulnerability of thefts and house breaks is no small task. One has to be quite relaxed when one is away from one’s house and has to ensure the possessions are quite safe even in their absence. Wireless home security system, the modern effective way of protecting the home and the family, though a new concept, is really effective. One has to know the basics of wireless home security system before choosing the same. The first aspect to be considered in a wireless security system is to determine the number of doors and windows that could be brought under the system. The placing of the control panel and keypads is an individual choice, while some prefer it near the front door, others find it convenient to be on the side of the bedroom.

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