of the types of office security cameras include bullet cameras, coin cameras
and dome cameras. These help to provide
security from break in by unauthorized personnel. Cameras also help to monitor the activities
of employees during work hours.
security cameras are simple to set up and simple to operate as you can imagine
would be needed. Yet they need to be
very effective for the type of use for which they are intended. A careful assessment of the needs and
environment of the particular office is important to determine, as what works
for one office may not be the best fit for another situation. Generally, either
black and white or color camera units are available so you can decide how
important having a full range color capture of the subject.
office security cameras are currently available as either wired units or
wireless units so again, you can choose what works best for your own
environment. any of the modern security cameras for the office come equipped with
an automatic shutter and an automatic iris for ease of use.
security camera can look like a standard hand held camera only mounted on a
tripod. It can be placed in a weather or
moisture proof dome either indoor or out.
This design looks particularly sophisticated for a building or office
camera. It is quite discreet, and
resembles a dome light fixture.
popular design for office security cameras is the finger or bullet security
camera. This design is often used for indoors and can be placed on a desk,
shelf, or even on a cupboard. Because of
its small size, this type of camera is a great one for covert surveillance.
Another very small size camera is commonly called a ‘coin camera’. The size of the mini camera is very
convenient to place in locations where it is hard to see. It is a wireless camera in spite of the covering needed to hide it from common view.
security cameras are intended for many different purposes. A surveillance camera placed to show anyone
who enters or leaves the building can be helpful if combined with an approval
of entry being forced before the access is granted. An owner or manager can
keep track of employee work habits when he or she is not present by utilization
of a surveillance camera.
off hours such as nights or weekends, a security camera can serve as a
protection against unwelcome intruders entering space illegally. Theft of
supplies or cash can be punished if a camera catches pictures of the thief in
the act. Often a camera is placed in a
dark corner or in an area that is deserted during long periods such as a
stairwell, roof, or stockroom is a location for assignations, whether welcome
by both parties, or not. This can
prevent use of such deserted areas for nefarious purposes.
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