Friday, October 31, 2014

Let GeoVision's Arctic Dome Camera Keep You Protected This Season

It's getting to be that time of year again. The time of year where it's too cold to do just about anything other than shiver, or stay inside and watch Netflix movies. The last thing you want to be thinking about this holiday season is the security of your home or business. You already have enough on your plate with the list of presents and food that you need to collect for the upcoming family gatherings. The only problem is that with such extreme weather that we experience in the winter time, it can damage certain electronics. Much like your family in the holiday season, you want your business and home to remain a safe place, away from theft, vandalism, and other crime. This is where a solid security camera system can really come in handy. The only problem is that between vandalism to the cameras and extreme weather, your cameras can be easily damaged.

Luckily for us, there are cameras from GeoVision that offer protection for both, all in the same camera.

The Arctic Vandal Proof IP Dome Camera

The weather outside might be getting frightful now, but the crime outside is frightful year-round. You need a camera for your security camera system that can handle both the elements and the criminals. the GeoVision GV-VD5340-E is a dome camera designed for outdoor usage and has been developed with vandalism in mind. It comes with an IK10+ vandal resistance casing for the camera itself, and IP67 ingress protection to fight off the extremely cold weather and remain functional this season. The camera lenses themselves give the user up to 3x zooming capabilities and up to 20 meters optic distance for night vision monitoring. It also comes with an alarm system that alerts whenever there is tampering problem such as a change in the camera's focus or if the camera itself has been turned from its original field of vision.

Why Even Have It?

It's a simple fact that cold weather can affect how well your electronics work. That's why your iPhone normally says "Don't put in extreme temperatures." You want to have the comfort of knowing that your cameras are still working in extreme temperatures, and doing so the way that they were designed. If it gets too cold, some electronics and cameras will stop working all together. With the GV-VD5340-E, you're getting a camera that can take on even the most blisteringly cold temperatures. Snowy conditions? No problem. Below 0 degree temperatures. Who cares? This camera can make sure that your feeds stay online even if other cameras go out. Crime doesn't stop, no matter how cold or hot it is, so having this camera added as an addition to your security camera needs could be a huge asset.

Why Go With The Dome Camera?

One of the beauties of dome cameras is that many of the people looking into them can't tell where the actual lens is facing. This gives an added "bonus" to these cameras. If a criminal doesn't know where the camera is looking, he or she is much less likely to do anything to get themselves in trouble. The dome of the camera will be tinted often times and make it harder to see where exactly the camera is pointing. The casing also protects the lens from dust particles and other things that could damage the camera itself. Since this camera is, in fact, vandal and weather proof as well, you really are getting the best of both worlds.

GeoVision knows that your security means a lot to you. They know that you have enough to worry about as it is this coming holiday season. Why worry about your cameras being vandalized or the feeds going out because of the cold weather? Let GeoVision keep you protected this season.


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