When thinking about installing cameras for outdoor safety, the most important factor to consider is obviously the power source.
What your outdoor camera needs
Most people face this situation by connecting their cameras to the power source in the garage with cleverly arranged hidden cables. If you are looking for the ‘CCTV, Ip Camera, CCTV'(Also known as ‘กล้องวงจรปิด, กล้อง Ip, กล้องวงจรปิด‘ in the Thai language) for the security purpose then you may visit many online websites.
Or what if your home does not have a garage or if the power source in the garage is not suited to your needs? The only option you have left is to create a power source on which you plan to install the cameras.
The second thing to consider when installing security cameras outdoors is a light source. A video camera is like any other camera.
In order to produce a decent image, enough light is needed to capture the subject. The ability of a camera to use light from its surroundings is measured in lux.
In this case, if you plan to install your camera in an area where there is little light, choose the one with the lowest level of lux possible so you can view the footage captured by the camera.
If you can not find a camera with a low lux level, you can not install additional lighting in areas below the camera’s field of view. If even this is not possible, then you may want to opt for an infrared camera capable of capturing images in the absence of light.