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2011  |  Posted by Owner  |  Filed under home alarm security system, wired home security system, alarm monitor systems

Each camera will need a 120 volts AC power outlet to plug into so giving some thought into placement will need to be planed. The DVR itself will need to a have a Ethernet wire run to a router to give the system network ability. The cameras themselves automatically sync with the DVR once everything is plugged in. Resolution of 720P can be watched or recorded. If setup on the home network apps can be used to watch the cameras from mobile devices. ……. ZOSI 4PCS Megapixel 720P Wireless Outdoor IP Camera System 100ft 30m Night vision with 4 Channel Security 960P HD Network IP NVR Wifi Kit Support Smartphone Remote view with 1TB Hard diskZOSI makes this DVR camera system combo that comes with a built in 1TB hard drive. Different Packages are available with up to 8 cameras can be bought depending on the need. Each camera will need a 120 volts AC power outlet to plug into so giving some thought into placement will need to be planed. The DVR itself will need to a have a Ethernet wire run to a router to give the system network ability. The cameras themselves automatically sync with the DVR once everything is plugged in.

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2011  |  Posted by Owner  |  Filed under protection home security, medic alert service, door alarm

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