Nowadays, one of the most pressing issues is the problem of the security of private property, in particular, suburban individual housing. One of the solutions to this issue can be the installation of a security alarm, access control, video surveillance and other elements of the security system of a private house. When installing outdoor video surveillance systems, you need to remember the main differences between such equipment and indoor video monitoring. Outdoor video surveillance is equipped with special sealed casings to protect equipment from dirt and moisture. Protection should protect cameras from adverse weather factors, daily fluctuations in air temperature. The main purpose of the protective casing is to ensure the normal operation of video cameras in all weather conditions. The body of the protective cover is made of high quality materials that are resistant to corrosion and rust. All necessary additional equipment is installed in this casing: heating elements under the glass to eliminate condensate, an electromagnetic interference suppression filter and a bimetallic thermostat. The design of the casing provides convenient and quick access to the camera itself.
When installing outdoor video surveillance systems, it is necessary to determine the distance to the most observed objects. This is done for a clear focus of the camera and a high-quality image of the observed places. Installation of video cameras is carried out in such a way as to exclude the presence of a “blind zone”. For this purpose, video surveillance devices are equipped with a lens with a wide tracking range. In the most critical areas of observation, video cameras are equipped with an automatic or controlled PTZ device, which allows you to increase the viewing area, both vertically and horizontally. Most modern systems allow video surveillance over the Internet, t.e. you can look after your home while at work or on vacation.
Outdoor video surveillance is also necessary for various civil and military facilities with increased security requirements for security: warehouses, banks, museums, pawnshops, shops, office buildings and institutions, industrial enterprises and other important social buildings and structures.
Modern equipment for video surveillance allows you to get high-quality and clear images in a variety of weather conditions, with poor visibility and insufficient lighting. High-definition video systems provide excellent picture quality in dense fog, heavy rain or cloudy conditions. Highly sensitive matrices of video cameras make it possible to receive and record an image without interference, distortion and unnecessary noise.