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Alarm.com Provides New Wireless Security Cameras

 

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Within the last year Alarm.com, the leader in cellular security system monitoring and wireless security cameras, released several new wireless security camera models now being used by many wireless security companies nationwide. Alarm.com previously offered only three camera options, a Fixed Wireless Security Camera (Indoor), a Pan/Tilt Wireless Security Camera (Indoor), and a Hard Wired Security Camera (Outdoor). Many wireless security system customers were yearning for more options from their wireless security companies, so Alarm.com responded.

Last year Alarm.comannounced the release of several new wireless security camera devices including:

  • Wireless indoor fixed lens camera
  • Wireless indoor fixed lens camera w/ night-vision capability
  • Wireless indoor pan/tilt camera with 350 degree turning radius
  • PoE (Power Over Ethernet) indoor fixed lens dome camera
  • Wireless outdoor bullet camera (night-vision capable)
  • PoE (Power Over Ethernet) outdoor bullet camera w/ night-vision capability
  • 4-channel video server

Having worked in the wireless security system industry I can tell you customers were constantly asking for a wireless security camera with night vision capabilities they could use inside their home. The hard wired option, mainly used outdoors, was expensive and a not a great fit for using inside. Not to mention there were only a few options for wireless security cameras in general.

Now, customers have access to a number of different wireless security camera options, and hard wired (PoE) options as well. Alarm.com has been the leader in interactive security system technology and security cameras for the better part of a decade, providing cellular monitoring capabilities and camera options for top wireless alarm companies such as FrontPoint Security, Protect America, and Vivint among many others.

You can visit Alarm.com for more information about their wireless security camera options or speak with your wireless security company. You can also learn about options by visiting our .

*Picture Credit to Alarm.com

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