WHAT IS PLUG-IN SECURITY CAMERA?
Plug-in home security cameras are physically wired to an on-site video storage device, either a digital video recorder (DVR) or a network video recorder (NVR).
For transmitting footage and power each camera has a cable which is running from the local storage device.
Plug-in cameras don’t use Wi-Fi but can be connected to the internet for viewing footage remotely.
For installing PLUG-IN SECURITY CAMERA professional installation is highly recommended. For installation you need route multiple wires through your walls and ceilings and probably you need to do some plaster and paint repair work.
Further more, you’ll want to make sure the cameras themselves are properly fixed and secure. “If you have a professional install those wires, they’ll actually disappear into locking plates behind the cameras, so there’s no worry about someone cutting them .Keep in mind, professional installation does add to the cost of the system.
BENEFITS OF USING PLUG-INS SECURITY CAMERA:
The main benefit of a wired system is reliability. Anytime you have the ability to hard-wire a camera to a network connection, the better it’s going to be, You eliminate connectivity issues and greatly improve your speed.
Also, with wireless cameras, if the network goes down, so do the cameras. With wired cameras, you can keep everything up and running with a battery backup.
3X FASTER PLUG-IN SECURITY CAMERA:
A plug-in camera connection is about three times faster than a wireless one.
STRONG SIGNAL TRANSFERRING:
PLUG-IN SECURITY CAMERA are essential more well founded than wireless cameras because they always have a strong signal for transferring footage to a DVR or NVR and then to the internet. You don’t have to worry about signal degradation and the loss of Wi-Fi strength over distance.
With Wi-Fi, it can be hard to get solid, steady images and continuous coverage at all times.
LESS CHANCES FOR HACKING:
Plug-in security cameras are less likely to be hacked but still have the benefit of being able to connect to the internet should you want to view footage when you’re away from home.
While plug-in cameras can connect to the internet, the fact that they can operate entirely locally makes them more secure. If privacy and the security of your network are big concerns, wired cameras are the way to go.
LARGE AREA COVERAGE:
If you have an inconsistent or unreliable Wi-Fi signal or a large property with a lot of area to cover Plug-in cameras are a good solution.
PROVIDE RELIABLE SIGNALS:
Wireless signals don’t extend very far – 300 feet at most without a wall or anything else to block the signal. A plug-in system will provide a more reliable signal.
ADDITON OF MORE CAMERAS:
Plug-in cameras record continuously with no monthly fees or cloud storage subscriptions, and you can add more cameras to the system with less expense.
The plug-in cameras themselves cost less than their wireless cameras, as most of the brains of the system are in the recording device, not the camera.