IP CCTV Camera

Internet Protocol cameras, also called IP cameras or network cameras, provide digital video surveillance by sending and receiving footage over the internet or local area network (LAN). IP cameras connect to a network through Wi-Fi or a Power over Ethernet (PoE) cable. They’re often used with network video recorders (NVRs) and sometimes with digital video recorders (DVRs).


IP cameras are commonly used in:

  • Retail Stores

  • Business Offices

  • Government Buildings

  • Industrial Sites

  • Banks

  • Military Facilities

  • Traffic Intersections

Types of IP Cameras:

  • PTZ IP Camera: Pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) cameras can adjust their field of view and angle via a remote operator, allowing users to track events with greater control. They can cover potentially large areas and are commonly used to monitor public outdoor spaces.

  • Fixed IP Camera: Fixed IP cameras operate in a static position and provide a single view within the camera’s field of vision, continuously monitoring subjects within a pre-determined frame. Fixed cameras are widely used both outdoors and indoors, typically in retail stores and business offices. Compared to PTZ cameras, they require less bandwidth to support.

  • PoE IP Camera: PoE IP cameras use an Ethernet cable (usually Cat 5 or 6) to supply both electrical power and data simultaneously. This eliminates the need to run two cables for power and data separately, thus reducing the amount of hardware required. With fewer parts to deal with, PoE systems tend to be easier to install and cost less to maintain compared to traditional systems.

  • Wireless IP Camera: Wireless IP cameras connect to a Wi-Fi router to send video data. The footage is then transferred to cloud storage or the camera’s local built-in storage. Wireless IP cameras can be a good solution for small homes.

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