Wireless security camera systems send footage from cameras placed around the house to the home’s Wi-Fi. The transmission is completely wireless.

Once the Wi-Fi receives the signal, it is sent to a cloud server, where footage can be viewed in real-time or it is archived for later viewing. Some cameras have onboard micro SD cards which store a limited amount of footage.

Standard features to expect in wireless and wire-free security camera systems include night vision, two-way audio, 2K HD video, and voice control through your choice of digital assistant (such as Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant).

The distinction between wireless and wire-free systems is important. Wireless cameras’ video signals are sent wirelessly to the central hub, but the cameras receive power through wires.

Wire-free cameras are battery-powered. Because of wire-free cameras’ limited power, they conserve power by recording only when they detect a signal. By contrast, wireless systems receive constant power from the home and are capable of recording constantly. They can also be set to record only when motion is detected.

Wireless security cameras are less invasive to your home than wired cameras, so they set up easier and faster. No drilling through walls or ceilings is required.

Wireless cameras also are more flexible than wired systems because they aren’t as tied down by wires. The cameras can easily be rearranged. The entire system can even be moved to a new location—perfect for renters.

With no wire between the cameras and the hub, this also means that there is no wire that intruders or thieves can cut.

If there is a clear line of sight—such as between an outbuilding and the main house—wireless outdoor security cameras may have a range of up to 500 feet.

Cackle Telecommunications is proud to provide wireless security camera to NZ businesses. Choose from a selection of vendors, explore our products to find the right solution for you.

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