Shenzhen Wardmay Technology Co., Limited
At present, wireless monitoring technology is gradually improving, and because of its advantages over traditional monitoring, it is increasingly favored by the public. So, what are the characteristics and advantages of wireless monitoring systems compared to traditional monitoring? Here are some brief introductions...
Relatively low cost: The wireless video surveillance system can get rid of the constraints of the cable, one investment, and benefit for life. Moreover, the wireless video surveillance system has a short installation period, convenient maintenance, and strong capacity expansion, and also has the advantage of quickly recovering costs. (This cost can only be relatively speaking, in terms of the camera, it still needs power supply, that is to say, some positions still need to be equipped with a power cable, and less wiring is only a video cable, and the price of the wireless device is not cheap, and the transmission distance is also limited. .)
Flexibility: The flexibility of the wireless video surveillance system is reflected in: flexible networking, scalability, and plug-and-play. Managers can not only quickly add new wireless monitoring points to existing networks, but also eliminate the need to lay down networks and add equipment for new transmissions, making it easy to remotely monitor.
Low maintenance costs: Since the wireless video surveillance system does not require wiring and is maintained by the network operator, it is primarily for front-end equipment for its maintenance.
The wireless video surveillance system is favored by most people because it eliminates the trouble of wiring, and it can make the place more beautiful and make the monitoring work progress more smoothly.
Then wireless monitoring is not without its shortcomings. The vast majority of monitoring systems use wired monitoring systems. That is because wireless video surveillance has its drawbacks that cannot be avoided. It has poor stability, signals are easily blocked by obstacles, and are susceptible to electromagnetic interference. Disadvantages, these determine whether the existing monitoring system or cable monitoring will continue to occupy the vast majority of the market.