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Key Features of Best Wireless Security Cameras

Wireless Home Security Cameras

Wireless home security cameras use wireless technology to connect to your phone, PC, or tablet, and you can monitor your home’s security from a remote location. Typically, you’ll find them in places like the front door, back door, and garage. Many of these cameras also have features like night vision and sensors to use at any time of day.

If you’re considering a home security camera, it helps to know the available features and how they differ between models.

Picking the best wireless security cameras

Best Wireless Home Security Cameras

With various options available on the market today, it can’t be easy to narrow down which home security cameras are best for you. You may have to consider several factors when purchasing wireless security systems.

The most crucial factor is the level of security offered by the camera. Ensure to look for cameras that use strong encryption methods to protect your data. In addition, you’ll want to consider whether the camera offers cloud storage or local storage of footage.

Cloud storage can be convenient, but it can also be expensive. Local storage means that you’ll need to store the footage on your systems.

Features of Best Wireless Home Security Cameras

Once you settle on what you’re looking for in a home security camera, check out the following features of the best wireless home security cameras on the market:

Remote Monitoring

Remote Monitoring

Remote monitoring is an essential feature any good home security system should have. Because of this, you can view real-time video and audio from your smartphone or other connected devices. You can check in on your kids when you’re at work or see who’s at the door. Some systems allow you to check in on pets too.

Motion sensors and Automatic Alerts

Motion sensors and Automatic Alerts

Some wireless home security cameras come with motion sensor technology that sends you a notification when motion is detected in their coverage area. You can customize notifications, so you get alerts only on certain motions. 

Motion sensors may also trigger video recording, turn on lights, and trigger a siren if integrated. They can monitor rooms when no one is present or as added security while someone sleeps. You can watch pets who roam around your property or protect valuables in storage units.

Real-time Videos

 Wireless security cameras connect directly to a wireless signal to provide video footage of what happens inside and outside your home. The cameras send an alert to your phone or email, allowing you to see the footage in real-time, and you can even notify the police immediately if someone is trying to break into your home.

Video Storage

The video storage feature determines when your videos are automatically deleted from your device or taken off-line for viewing later. The recommended amount of space varies depending on each product. You should ensure you have enough space to store and review your footage any time you like.

Night Vision

Night Vision

The best wireless security cameras offer night vision to capture images in the darkness. Some wireless cameras have infrared illumination, while others use thermal imaging technology and can sense heat signatures.

Sound sensors

Sound sensors

You can purchase models with sound sensors that detect the audio of a window or glass door breaking. A sound sensor is an added feature because many alarm systems only include motion sensors, which may miss a break-in if not within the camera’s field of view.

Temperature Sensors

Temperature sensors are significant for warning you of problems in your home before they become disasters such as fire and flooding. For instance, if you have water pipes prone to freezing during cold weather, you can set your camera to alert you if the temperature suddenly drops.

Two-way communication

Two-way communication allows homeowners to communicate with other people within or outside the home. For example, you can use two-way communication to talk to your children in another room or alert them of something important. If you frequently have people come to your house, two-way communication is helpful because you can talk to them. 

Conclusion

If you are concerned about your home security, you could upgrade to smarter wireless home security camera models. Wireless cameras are a great option for monitoring a room or area without running cables. It instead transmits footage wirelessly to a receiver that you plug into your TV or computer.

These cameras deliver more features than your average spy camera. Apart from being wireless, these cameras can track pets or people and have night vision. You also get cloud storage and back up your camera’s clips on a remote server instead of having to record them locally on the machine.

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