Our suppliers who offer devices for this type of solutions are:
– TP Link
as well as suppliers whose products we use for an integrated solution:
- Unikom and many more.
Of course, our company also offers devices and solutions that are not described in the following text in the interest of space. Therefore, if you are interested in products of this type, feel free to contact us so that we can offer you an appropriate solution.
In the first image, both cameras are adjusted to cover the same field of view. From this it can be concluded that in that case, the IP camera gives 3 times larger images, ie much more detail than the analog one. In the second image, both cameras are set to show an image with the same quality of detail. In that case it can be noticed that the IP camera covers a 3 times larger area than the analog camera.
Imagine what the difference in images would look like if a 10 Megapixel IP camera was used! This confirms the fact that analog cameras are far outclassed.
Image clarity when supervising moving objects
In summary, other advantages of IP based over analog video surveillance systems are as follows:
1) In systems based on IP cameras networking is simpler, existing IP networks can be used, and thus, it is more flexible (it is easier to move to another place) and cheaper. In many cases this price offsets the slightly higher cost of IP cameras.
2) Due to the way the signal is transmitted, which is digital in IP cameras, they are much more resistant to noise, bromine and various electromagnetic influences compared to analog transmission, in which such influences can significantly impair the image quality. With IP cameras, transmission encryption is simple and long-distance transmission is easily solvable.
3) IP cameras mostly have many more functions and capabilities that are difficult to implement with analog cameras:
a) Day and Night shooting mode (Day / night cameras are simpler and better suited than analog),
b) Motion sensors that can locally activate a function,
c) Direct control and digital zoom of the image,
d) Two-way audio, etc.