The Best Wireless Security Camera for Your Home

The Best Wireless Security Cameras For Your Home

A Guide to Choosing the Best Home Wireless Security Camera

Have you seen one too many posts in your local Facebook group about home break-ins? Are you concerned your home might be next on the thieves’ lists? In Australia, there are over 400,000 break-ins each year and we don’t want you to be next. At Dorani, we’re here to help by providing you with our large range of wireless security cameras for your home. We hope you find this blog useful, but of course each situation and home is different so if you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to give our team a call.

Do I Need Home Security Cameras?

Our homes are our largest investments, and a home security system is the best way to invest in its safety. While thieves can be the first thing to come to mind, wireless security cameras have many more uses you may not have thought of yet, such as seeing your latest lockdown order be delivered to your door in real-time without needing to come into contact with anybody! They can also be set up within the home to keep an eye on sleeping babies, children playing in the next room, or watching your pet while you’re at work. Security cameras also act as an excellent deterrent of crime and anti-social behaviour on and near your property.

What Types of Security Cameras are Available?

Dorani has all of your home security needs covered, from security cameras and Bosch home alarm systems to wireless video intercoms and CCTV systems. You may be used to seeing—or even spending hours setting up—wires upon wires and feeling overwhelmed, but with today’s technology they can be set up to connect to your Wi-Fi in just 15 minutes to give you24/7 peace of mind. We offer The Bosch Solution 2000, Solution 3000, and Solution 6000 alarm panels which are among the highest rated wireless security cameras for quality and reliability.

How do Security Cameras Work?

Gone are the days of clunky, huge cameras peering over everything that you can’t check until you get home. These days, small security cameras connect to your Wi-Fi, so you can check the latest goings-on at home through your laptop or mobile wherever you are in the world. Wireless security cameras detect motion by taking a still picture and/or video every 30 seconds or less, and if they detect motion, they’ll notify you immediately via SMS or email. You can then watch the footage in real time and save it for later viewing.

What Security Camera Features do I Need?

There are many different features to look out for, and we want to make it as easy for you as we can. The main priorities can include:

    • Resolution: High-definition affects video quality, sound, and upload speeds.
    • Power: They can be plugged into mains power, use power over ethernet cabling(PoE) or run on batteries.
    • Alerts: Alerts can be sent via SMS or email and you can choose whether to be alerted to movement, or sound, or both.
    • Microphone: Security cameras can have two-way audio, enabling you to both hear what’s going on and be able to respond via the camera.

Looking for Home Security Company in Melbourne or Brisbane?

If you’re interested in finding out more about wireless security cameras, we hope this article helped you with the basics. At Dorani, we offer multiple types of home security cameras including CCTV, and we’d love to help you feel as secure in your home as possible. We will come to you to assess your situation and discuss the options we have available. If you have any questions, please contact our friendly and helpful team by giving us a call today.

Call us on (03) 9357 0942

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