DESIGN & INSTALLATION
VIDEO SURVEILLANCE FAQS
If your cameras come equipped with IR LEDs, they will be able to see at night. For more information on IR cameras, contact a Koorsen security expert.
Yes, you can monitor your camera from a computer, tablet, or smartphone as long as your security cameras are on an onsite network. Contact a Koorsen security expert to learn more.
TYPES OF SURVEILLANCE CAMERAS
Fixed Dome Cameras:
Compact cameras with domed casings are usually attached to ceilings or walls. The dome casing protects against vandalism and hides which way the camera is turned.
Fixed Box Cameras:
Clearly visible box-shaped cameras with a fixed focus and angle of view.
Fixed Bullet Cameras:
A fixed angle of view cylindrical-shaped camera that is usually smaller than a comparable box camera.
Can pan left and right, tilt up and down, and zoom in and out. PTZ cameras can be automated or manually controlled.
Allow 180 or 360 degrees of surveillance from a fixed fisheye lens or multiple lenses, which digitally stitch together the video streams.
Makes infrared radiation visible for detecting people and objects in low-light to pitch-black areas.