Quality Security Cameras In Vandalia, Ohio
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Vandalia, Ohio has been called the "Crossroads of America" due to its location thats accessible through I-75, I-70, the Dixie Highway, and the National Road. With such highways and roads going through this Dayton suburb, Vandalia is a major city for business. Here at Camera Security Now, we have the camera security systems you need in order to protect your business or residence from crime. With camera security systems that have innovative features such as access control, remote camera access, and object tracking, our cameras are perfect for making your home or business more secure than ever.Get A Vandalia, Ohio Security Camera Quote
Featured Products from Uniview
Human Body Tracking PTZ Camera
A high quality outdoor PTZ camera with features such as, Ultra 265/H.264/MJPEG, Auto Tracking by Human Body Detection, 4x optical zoom (2.8-12mm), 1/2.7" 5MP PS CMOS, 30fps@5MP (2880x1620), IR distance up to 164 feet, 0.003 lux, Micro SD up to 256GB, and many more! If you are interested please fill out the quote form down below!
Uniview ColorHunter Camera
The ColorHunter Security Camera is packed not only with the ColorHunter functionality, but also with Smart Intrusion Prevention to make sure there is no false alarms, 0.001 Lux @F1.0 that collects four times amount of light, audio and alarm functionalities, Micro SD card Support, and many more functionalities available to you with this amazing camera. Interested in a camera like this? Learn more about this camera and get a quote with us today!
Uniview Turret Dome Camera
The Turret Dome security camera is perfect for your business use as it has features such as,1/2.7" 8MP PS CMOS, Ultra 265/H.264/MJPEG, Human Body/Vehicle Detection features, max 20fps@8M(3840x2160) or firstname.lastname@example.orgMP(3072x1728), 2.8mm lens, IR Distance up to 98 feet, White LEDs for Active Deterrence, and more! If you are interested in the Vandalia area, please contact us today!
Security Camera Features
When you get a security camera system from us, you will also receive an app that gives you access to view your cameras wherever and whenever as long as you're viewing device is connected to the internet. Plus, there are no recurring or additional charges!
Some Vandalia businesses can be quite large meaning they require multiple cameras to make certain that every angle and region of your property is covered. Centralized management grants more efficient control of your system by giving you the power to control and monitor all your cameras from a single interface.
Due to many businesses being open 24 hours a day, having a security camera system with infrared cameras is key in protecting your business during both night and day. Infrared cameras illuminate the area they're monitoring so footage can be captured no matter what lighting is present.
Other Featured Products
5MP Low Lux IP Rugged Fisheye Camera
Capable of day and night recording, this outdoor fisheye camera allows you to monitor all angles of a location. Able to be mounted to the ceiling, wall, wall corner, or pole, this camera also supports the H.265 video codec to achieve better compression ratios, while at the same time maintaining high video quality, selling for $300 and up in the Vandalia area.
Geovision UVS NVR Cube
Featuring up to an Intel Core i7 processor, this hot-swap capable system supports up to 32 IP Camera channels. With a built-in HDMI port on the system, you'll also be able to display your security footage in High Definition, starting at $500 and up, this is all available in Vandalia, Ohio.
2MP H.264 Camera Reader Controller
With a 2MP camera built in, this keycard reader is used for access control. With just the push of a button, the connected app on your phone will alert you of someone needing access. This allows entry to an area remotely, reducing the need for on-site staff, priced at under $200.
Hybrid Thermal ePoE Network Bullet Camera
Combining a 2 MP visible-light sensor with an uncooled VOx 300 x 400 thermal sensor, the Hybrid Thermal ePoE Network Bullet Camera from Dahua is a cost-effective, long-range all-in-one package. Superior video is delivered in any lighting due to the visible sensor with an IR illuminator, starting at $4,000.
Fixed Lens Turret Camera
Featuring an automatic day & night switch and a 70FT IR distance, this camera from Dahua also boasts a 2 MP 3.6mm lens. This captures a beautiful 1080P image, and is rated IP66, which means that it is dust tight, protected from high pressure water jets, and impervious to damage from natural elements, perfect for the Vandalia area. All available for less than $200.
2.4MP Long Range Bullet Camera
Available at 2MP, 4MP, and 5MP (depending on the cabling and DVR available), this long range camera features a 5-50mm motorized varifocal lens. Rated IP66 to be dust tight and resistant to damage from the elements, this camera is ideal to use for parking lots, entrances, and exits, all for $175 and up!
15MP Multidirectional Camera
With the benefits of four cameras, this camera from Axis allows you to easily cover four different areas with a single unit. With a remote zoom and focus, flexible positioning of four varifocal camera heads, and 360° IR illumination, you'll be able to capture more than you thought possible, starting under $2,000.
4MP Camera with 32x Optical Zoom
Capable of recording 4MP / Quad HD 1440p video footage at up to 60 frames per second (fps), this camera is more than capable of getting you the details you need. With an OptimizedIR with a range of up to 262ft, you'll not only be able to read license plates, but you'll clearly be able to make out the expiration date of the license plate tags, starting at $300.
Network Bullet Cameras
At a surprisingly affordable price, this 1080p camera is the perfect choice when you need a small, easy-to-install camera, whether indoors or out, perfect for your Vandalia location. With built-in IR illumination, this small bullet camera certainly packs a punch for the price, starting under $200.
A Few Samples Of Security Camera Products We Install
Network Video Recorder Installation
Network Video Recorders (NVRs) record video in a digital format to a mass storage device. This allows the user to review their recordings from previous days. How long you should keep recordings depends on your industry, location, and any specific concerns you may have. With storage capacities of hundreds of terabytes or more, it is entirely possible to store footage for years, outlasting the statute of limitations on workers comp and other liabilities.
Infrared Camera Installation
IR cameras illuminate their surveillanced region to capture footage in the dark or poorly lit areas of your site that maybe not viewable through normal cameras. This feature is vital in protecting your location at night or if you have areas that are often blocked from light such as underground structures or severely shadowed regions.
Pan-Tilt-Zoom Camera Installation
Pan, Tilt, Zoom, commonly referred to as PTZ, is a camera feature involving your camera's ability to move its lens and refocus. Most PTZ cameras feature a Wide Dynamic Range (WDR), and can rotate their lens along three axis for an ineradicable range of movement and camera coverage. With some PTZ cameras featuring an optical zoom, you'll be able to see far away objects in much better quality.
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Security Cameras, Access Control & Installation in Ohio
Our IP security camera systems help federal, state, and municipal government agencies in Ohio and monitor their vital infrastructure as well as remote locations. From city parks, police interrogation rooms, libraries, etc, we offer government agencies the most cost effective and advanced IP surveillance systems available today.
Video surveillance is the perfect tool for Ohio business owners and managers to better manage their business. Security cameras installed in your business can provide critical video resources to monitor employee and customer theft, false workers compensation claims, inventory control etc.
Security camera systems in schools are now critical to help protect the most valuable and cherished among us, our children. State of the art IP surveillance systems can be quickly deployed to protect Ohio educational facilities ranging from smaller day cares or elementary schools, to large high school and college campuses.
Free Remote Lifetime Camera System Health Check
To help keep our Vandalia clients safe and protected, all security camera systems sold by Camera Security Now come with a free, remote, monthly system health checkup for the lifespan of the camera system (restrictions may apply). Our goal is to help make sure your cameras will be online when you need them the most. With our Free System Health Check, a qualified technician will:
- Perform an NVR hard drive health check
- Ensure cameras are recording per their schedule
- Ensure that the correct time and date stamp is set
- Verify camera lenses are focused and adjusted properly
- Verify cameras are aligned and have not been knocked off their proper view
- Verify any pan, tilt, and zoom functions are working correctly
A thorough report outlining any problems detected will be provided to our clients at no cost.
Issues can be resolved by our clients or by a qualified technician from CameraSecurityNow (standard labor rates will apply).
Ask your sales representative about our Pro System Health Check Plans for even more protection.
With over 30 years of experience in Vandalia, Ohio, we know a thing or two about how to install a security system. With an installation from our experienced experts, we'll properly position your
cameras or access control system so the areas you wish to protect are covered. We'll answer any questions and address all your concerns because your 100% satisfaction is most important
to us. So, sit back and relax while the experts at Camera Security Now find and install the perfect security system that best fits your needs.
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Many times businesses need systems that cover areas that are remote and possibly even outside in open areas. In these situations
it can be difficult to have a traditional wired network because these sites often lack internet connection or power.
However, Camera Security Now offers wireless system networking and installation. We can build and install systems to cover areas you thought might be too costly to cover. Our systems can even cover long range distances up to 3 miles! So if your business has areas out of range of your traditional system, find out how we can help!
To determine what cameras are best for our Vandalia clients application we start by finding out what's important to our clients. That information, along with the environment the cameras will be installed in, and any budget constraints, help guide our consultants to recommend the best video surveillance possible.
You can use your computer, laptop, cell phone, or other mobile device to remotely view your Vandalia camera system. Internet access is required where the security cameras are installed and the site where remote viewing is desired.
A security camera whose resolution is 720p (1280×720) could, in certain situations, be "good enough" for a large workspace given that the image it provides meets it's intended need. For example, in a Vandalia scrap yard using security cameras to watch various collections of scrap metal, a 720p camera would be more than capable of telling you if a certain pile of scraps were full, or empty, even at 100 feet away. However, it would be inadequate if the need were to capture the company name or logo on the side of a truck at that same distance. Pro Tip - 720p security cameras are all but obsolete with most entry-level cameras today starting at 1920 x 1080. Don't be fooled, there would be no reason to buy such old technology.
You can get a quote by calling to speak with one of our security experts directly (800-440-1662) or you can request a quote online
Yes, Camera Security Now has trained technicians around the Vandalia area, as well as many other areas in the United States, to setup and install serveillance systems wherever they are needed.
The ability to watch any security camera, live or pre-recorded, can only be done in two ways, by having physical access to the camera system or by having remote access through the internet. Given that you have physically secured the Network Video Recorder (NVR) then you simply need to change the password for the remote access to be secure as well. Keep in mind you may or may not want to allow your security camera installers to have a password for remote access so they can aid with technical issues.
When video from a security camera is stored on the hard drive of a Network Video Recorder (NVR) it is always compressed. The effectiveness of that compression determines the amount of video the hard drive can store before it becomes full and the older video then is overwritten. This relationship determines the "retention period", usually expressed in days of video, of an NVR system. The current and most effective compression algorithm is H.265. The most compact way to store your footage be sure to use both security cameras and an NVR that support H.265 compression.
Certain security cameras do better in certain environments than others, in Vandalia, you might need a certain camera to cope with the weather or heat. Also make sure you choose the right camera for the right job you need to first look at your expectations and then your budget. With security cameras, you're free to choose the best features and capabilities that today's best technology can offer. The catch is, the cameras will be priced accordingly. For example, it's not reasonable to expect an entry-level camera to survive long in an environment that's constantly exposed to a hot dusty environment nor is it reasonable to expect it will give a good picture at 7:00 am if it's facing directly into the rising sun. However, once you understand the environment and the expectations, it's always possible to choose a security camera that will do better than another, given it's within your budget. Pro Tip - If after discussing your expectations a security camera asks about your budget, give them an honest answer, as an honest company will use that information to get you the best camera possible within that constraint.
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Security Cameras for Vandalia Businesses
Need a security camera system for your business in Vandalia? We can help provide camera systems to keep local businesses in Vandalia safe.
Whatever you need to keep an eye on, our experienced security consultants can get the perfect camera security system for all your security needs!
Camerasecuritynow also offers professional camera installation from start to finish for businesses in all industries in Ohio.
Here is a quick list of a few of the many Vandalia industries we provide camera and video equipment for. Some of these industries included are:
We specialize in state of the art security cameras and video surveillance systems to businesses nationwide. For a full list of the industries we serve, please click here.