Published in Nov 2015|Clear Filter

    Internet Based Security Systems

    Check on the security of your home or small business easily with internet based security systems.

    Check on the security of your home or small business easily with internet based security systems.

    Internet based home security systems are the future of security systems. These systems make it so you can check in on your home no matter where you are, as long as there is internet access. With these new high-tech internet based home security systems no extra software is necessary. You simply control and monitor the system through a regular Android or iOS smartphone.

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    Wireless Security Cameras

    An outdoor wi-fi security camera that is built to be weathrproof.

    An outdoor wi-fi security camera that is built to be weatherproof.

    A security camera can be both wired and wireless. Technically, both are closed-circuit television cameras (commonly known as CCTV) that can transmit audio and video signals to a receiver. Both are also usually powered by a cable. What separates them is how they transmit their video and audio signals. A wired camera transmits its data through a cable, a wireless camera does not – simple! Here’s a bit more detail for those interested.

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    Hutt City Auto Electrical adds CleverLoop smart-business security protection

    Stu Ingham of Hutt City Auto Electrical, now in the CleverLoop.

    Stu Ingham of Hutt City Auto Electrical, now in the CleverLoop with a camera security system.

    We all work hard to make a living, so when someone makes off with some of your takings from the day, it can be pretty annoying – to say the least! Here’s how one Kiwi business got around the problem with the help of CleverLoop.

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    Home Security in New Zealand

    Home Security in New Zealand

    Protect your home with these 10 tips on keeping your home safe from burglaries.

    The chances are you know someone who has had their house broken into. Unfortunately burglaries are a common occurrence in cities and suburbs around New Zealand, with an average of 150 break-ins happening every day. That’s 54,000 last year alone, costing Kiwi households and businesses more than an estimated $1 billion.

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    Benefits of wide angle cameras

    Wide angle cameras reduce blind spots in your security system by providing a much wider field of view.

    Wide angle cameras reduce blind spots in your security system, giving greater home and business security.

    Wide angle cameras use a lens with a shorter focal length than other lenses. This allows the camera to pick up a wider scene. This is extremely helpful in security applications because your cameras are in a fixed position. Wide angle cameras don’t have to be moved to get a broader viewing angle. This is just one of the benefits of this easy to use type of security camera.

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    Smart home video surveillance and home security

    Smart video surveillance systems link live views and alerts on unusual activity straight to your smart device.

    Smart video surveillance systems link live views and alerts on unusual activity straight to your smart device.

    Many often ask, “How can I know that my home is safe and secure and ensure that my family knows it too?” Safety and security are two things many seek, but only a fraction of people are able to find one or both. We can all agree that our homes are supposed to be our havens, where safety and security are synonymous with peace of mind and comfort. We desire this feeling for ourselves and our families.

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