Indoor CCTV involves creating a CCTV system where the cameras are only for indoor use, and doesn’t include any outdoor cameras, although an indoor camera could be placed to look out of a window for external monitoring.
When referring to indoor CCTV we generally refer to a system where the cameras are only designed for indoor use. Outdoor cameras tend to be bigger and more durable since they need to be able to resist the elements. Indoor CCTV however can have much more variety in the size of cameras involved, and their features.
Indoor CCTV is the perfect way to protect and monitor your home. The cameras can generally be set up as a single camera if you only had one room that you wanted to monitor, such as your hallway to see who is coming or going in your home, or a young child’s bedroom to make sure they were safe. Or you can install a multi camera system that will allow you to have coverage throughout your home.
Indoor CCTV systems can be as complicated or as easy as you would like to make them. Since they come in either wired or wireless options, anyone with a competent level of DIY skill can set up some of the wireless options. Or, you can hire a professional installer to set up some of the higher spec options.
Since there are so many options out there on the market these days, it’s absolutely possible to create a system that does everything you need it to, within every budget. If you’re wanting a clear picture then high-definition cameras are available with crystal clear footage, there are night vision and infrared options out there, and you can even get cameras that have motion sensors. Not to mention smart security cameras can be integrated with apps on your phone for at your fingertips monitoring of your system, to give you complete peace of mind and let you instantly check on false alarms.