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Waterproof Aluminum Outdoor Security Camera Housing BS-90A

 
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This camera housing has a high quality which is ideal for indoor and outdoor use.The camera housing is a high quality weather resistant camera housing which is ideal for indoor and outdoor use. A brand new outdoor waterproof security camera housing. It is constructed of aluminum. The housing is designed to be mounted both wall and ceiling.
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  • Specifications:

    • Waterproof 
    • Designed for outdoor applications
    • Easy access for service and installation
    • Used with cameras such as network camera
    • It is an ideal solution for prisons, schools, institutions and government facilities
    • Color: Silver
    • Compatibility: Security camera
    • Material: Aluminum

    Details:

    OVP Waterproof Aluminum Outdoor Security Camera Housing BS-90A

    • A perfect antiriot housing for camera

    How to Choose the Best Housing for a Home Security Camera: 

    • Choose dome housing for your camera if you would like to be able to capture a 360-degree angle.
    • Choose dome housing for your camera if you need to block certain areas from being viewed.
    • Consider dome camera housing if you need to be able to view hard to see areas such as objects located around a corner.
    • Consider a mini camera that has very small housing if you need to be able to conceal the camera so that the only person who can see it is the one who placed it.
    • Consider a camera with large, noticeable housing if one of your top goals is to deter criminal activity; that way would-be-criminals immediately notice its presence.
    • Consider housing for your camera that is as damage proof and strong as possible if your camera is going to be used in an area known for high crime rates.
    • Consider water proof camera housing if your camera is going to be exposed to moisture.
    • Consider camera housing that will adapt to drastic changes in temperature if your camera is going to be exposed to hot or cold temperatures.

    Package Included:

    • 1 x Camera Housing

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Product FAQs
  • How to connect my security camera lead to tv?
  • By going to your local computer or electronic security store / shop and getting an adapter. It will be like a little black boxy thing, into one end you can fix the cable from the camera, and coming out the other end will be several choices, including coaxial port and / or a scart socket.

  • How to install a security camera system for a house?
  • Firstly, finding the right location for your cameras

    Look where the roof meets the walls of the house. This is a good location because it shelters the cameras from the elements (Wind, rain, snow and sun).

    Also when placing the cameras near the roof it gives you a good area of view and minimizes the risk of vandalism. Another advantage is when your running cables (Power & video) it makes the job easier because many homes have a small gap or hole where cables can be ran between the roof and the wall.

    Secondly, cabling

    The best idea is to use the industry standard, RG59 siamese cable. It is the type of cable used to run most CCTV installs. This cable consists of one video cable and one power cable (positive and negative), thus the name siamese.

    Now you need to find a point of entrance from the outside of the house to the inside. Most homes have an attic which is a great place to run all your RG59 lines into.  From the attic, designate one location for your DVR and monitor to be stationed.

    Bring all the RG59 lines into that room from the attic. If you purchased the RG59 cable with the BNC connections already attached to the line then at this point you would connect it to the DVR. If you purchased a bulk roll of RG59 without connections you would need to purchase the BNC connections and crimp each end on, then connect it to the DVR.

    As for the power you have two choices. You can run each power line separately into an outlet (using pig tails) and an AC adapter. You can get a power supply box and plug all power lines into the power supply and from there you have only one power line which goes into the outlet.

    Now that you have your video and power lines connected all you need to do is power the DVR and attach a monitor to the DVR (Of course the monitor also needs power). Again, this can be an easy and entertaining project once you have armed yourself with the correct information.

  • How to choose the best housing for a home security camera?
  • Choose dome housing for your camera if you would like to be able to capture a 360-degree angle. 

    Choose dome housing for your camera if you need to block certain areas from being viewed.

    Consider dome camera housing if you need to be able to view hard to see areas such as objects located around a corner.

    Consider a mini camera that has very small housing if you need to be able to conceal the camera so that the only person who can see it is the one who placed it

    Consider a camera with large, noticeable housing if one of your top goals is to deter criminal activity; that way would-be-criminals immediately notice its presence.

    Consider housing for your camera that is as damage proof and strong as possible if your camera is going to be used in an area known for high crime rates.

    Consider water proof camera housing if your camera is going to be exposed to moisture.

    Consider camera housing that will adapt to drastic changes in temperature if your camera is going to be exposed to hot or cold temperature.

    Read reviews of home security cameras once you have decided what type of camera housing will best suit your needs.

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