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  1. A Quick and Easy Public View Monitor with a Built-In IP Camera: the NSC-PVM

    The NSC-PVM is a public view monitor that comes with a built-in IP camera, a feature called Ad Mode that allows you to display whatever photo or video you choose onto the monitor, and is easy to set up thanks to only needing a Power over Ethernet cable and a place to mount it. To understand what makes the NSC-PVM so special, you first need to understand why a public view monitor is so vital for retailers.

  2. Introducing VIvotek: Our Newest & Most Flexible Option For Your CCTV Needs

    Vivotek cameras and recorders provide you with yet another excellent choice when it comes to your CCTV installations. They’re perfect for large enterprise jobs. They’re great for small and medium-sized businesses. They’re even competitively priced enough for residential applications. They’re fully NDAA- and TAA-compliant. They’re made in Taiwan. And of course, you can leverage our popular branding program to apply your company's logo to the cameras free of charge.

  3. Can You See the Forest or the Trees? You Won't Have to Choose With This PTZ

    When choosing cameras for a project, you typically have to get pretty specific with the goals you have in mind. You have to pick between a view of the whole forest or a single tree. What if you didn't have to choose?

  4. A First Look At The Uniview Unicorn

    The Uniview Unicorn is a feature packed server that is bursting with possibilities for managing your security system, no matter how large it is.

  5. Working Smarter Not Harder with the IPCP- PoE Powered Spot Monitor

    We have an update to the already incredible PoE powered monitor introduced by IPCamPower. This updated version now includes a video decoder, adding even more possibilities to the most versatile monitor for CCTV.

  6. How to Set Up an IP System from Scratch

    We are going to be looking at how to set up an IP system from scratch! It sounds like a big job, and it is, but we can break it down into steps that will make it easy to get going.

  7. How to View Your IP Security Camera Feeds Remotely Using Uniview & R-Series

    Now that you’ve set up an IP camera system, I bet you’re going to want to monitor them. It’s really convenient to be able to look out over your backyard on your camera feed, but much less convenient when you have to do it from your computer in your living room. That’s why we’re going to walk you through how to remotely view your cameras.

  8. How To Enable Intelligent Markers On Your Security Camera Live Feeds

    Enabling the intelligent markers on your cameras is one of the best ways to ensure you’re getting the most out of your cameras. Setting up these parameters will really elevate your footage, and it’s as simple as clicking a button! We’ll explain three common ways to enable intelligent markers from your web browser, NVR HDMI interface, or EZStation.

  9. Using DORI to Pick the Right Camera for You

    If you thought Dory was just a Pixar character, you should read this article. We're talking about DORI, which is a tool used to compare the expected performance of a camera with your needs. It's based on an international standard for security cameras and it's a great place to start when figuring out the needs for your security set up!

  10. Three Ways to Setup a Dual NIC NVR

    One NVR with two Network Interface Controllers… What could that be for? We’re going to break down three different ways you can use the other port to get the most out of your NVR.

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