Sunday, February 10, 2008

Home Security With Camera: Providing Peace Of Mind

Home Security With Camera: Providing Peace Of Mind by Andrew Stratton

Our homes are one place where we always want to feel safe and secure from danger or harm. Both physical and emotional security are important in order to feel safe. There are a number of steps we can take so that our homes remain secure and we have peace of mind. We can make sure that no unwelcome intruders enter our homes without our knowledge. This perimeter of security can be accomplished by setting up cameras both inside and outside the home. If you have a heat sensing camera or infrared camera this will allow you to spot intruders even in the dark.

If you combine a infrared camera with a motion detector light, movement, even in the dead of night will cause lights to come on and at the same time, the camera can begin recording or viewing the creature that has caused the signal. A setup without the heat sensor may film continuously, or still pictures can be snapped periodically according to a preset schedule.

Another function of the camera in a home security system is to determine who might have entered your house without your knowledge. This would work especially well if you have a web camera so that you can check up on things in your home even while you are at work or gone for the day. So long as you have access to the internet, you can log into your web camera and see everything in your home that the camera can see.

Homeowners who have pets they leave at home during the day can use a home security camera to check and make sure the feline or canine friends are not getting into too much mischief while they are gone. Other people use a web camera or a home surveillance camera to check on household help or child care personnel while they are in the home. There are numerous documented cases where actions caught on video tape have helped to convict thieves of jewelry or other valuables; have helped to put those abusing children into custody; and have helped to terminate the employment of those who are not performing duties diligently.

Another helpful feature of surveillance cameras is in the homes of elderly parents or other relatives. With a camera in the home of the parent, it's easy to check in periodically in order to assure that the parent has not fallen or become ill or in any way needs help in activities of daily living.

The complexity and functions of alarm systems are continually evolving. There are firms which specialize in overseeing the security and alarm systems of a number of houses at once from a centrally located office. When an alarm is set off in one of these homes, they are responsible for alerting the police, the fire department, or the EMT services.

There are other reasons for use of a home security camera. For example, a parent may want to keep tabs on a child who is home along. Rarely will a parent not object to a child drinking or smoking while they are not supposed to be doing so. A surveillance camera will help to prevent this problem. You may not be able to stop such behavior completely, but you can prevent it from repeatedly happening in your home. You can also prevent unchaperoned and unauthorized gatherings at your house with no adult present.

2 comments:

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