Leveraging 25+ years of industry experience, Greenlogic provides top-tier security cameras solutions designed to meet the unique needs of your business. From commercial properties to multifamily residences, our innovative and reliable surveillance technology keeps your premises secure and your peace of mind intact.
Greenlogic, with over 25 years of industry leadership, offers top-tier security cameras meticulously crafted to your needs. Our comprehensive portfolio encompasses indoor and outdoor cameras, IP systems, analog systems, wireless and cloud-based solutions, and state-of-the-art surveillance technology such as License Plate Recognition (LPR).
Designed for commercial, retail, hospitality, and multifamily residences, our systems act as a potent deterrent to crime while providing the convenience of remote surveillance from any smart device or PC. Greenlogic’s commitment to quality is reflected in our products’ high resolution, vandal resistance, and day/night functionality.
Our professional team is dedicated to guiding you to the perfect solution, ensuring that your security needs are met with the utmost accuracy and reliability. Choose Greenlogic, and you’re choosing unwavering peace of mind with our trusted, high-quality camera surveillance systems.
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Experience superior surveillance with our range of IP Bullet and IP Dome security cameras.
Experience reliable surveillance with our diverse line of Analog Bullet and Dome cameras. These robust devices offer high-resolution video quality coupled with vandal-resistant features for enhanced durability.
With day and night capabilities, you get 24/7 surveillance to ensure continuous safety. Our true wide range cameras offer broad coverage and consistent performance, making them an excellent choice for various property sectors.
Whether you need indoor or outdoor surveillance, these cameras provide a cost-effective solution while maintaining superior image quality.
Navigating the realm of security cameras can seem daunting at first with terms like Analog CCTV and IP Surveillance. To simplify, think of Analog as the classic, long-standing technology and IP as the new-age, digital method. Both have their unique strengths, and understanding these can help decide which one aligns best with your security needs.
Remember, your choice will depend largely on your specific security requirements and the environment in which the cameras will be deployed.
The LPR (License Plate Recognition) Security Cameras, part of our ultra-low light smart series, capture and recognize vehicle number plates from various countries and regions with remarkable accuracy, even in dim light conditions.
Offering high-definition image capture and exceptional image clarity, these cameras ensure optimal image quality in diverse lighting scenarios. These network-compatible cameras provide continuous local data storage, enhancing data accessibility. Designed to withstand harsh weather and high-impact forces, they offer reliable 24/7 surveillance.
They are ideal for environments like apartment complexes, gated residential communities, parking structures, parking lots, and other entrance and exit points. Experience the efficiency of our LPR Security Cameras in your security setup.
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When setting up a video surveillance system, the choice between a Network Video Recorder (NVR) and a Digital Video Recorder (DVR) is crucial. Both devices manage your security cameras, providing live feeds and recording footage, but their functionality differs.
Digital Video Recorder (DVR)
DVRs are used in analog security setups, receiving raw video input from cameras and processing it within the recorder. They require separate power supplies for each camera and can be networked for remote management. Some models also support IP inputs, offering versatility.
Network Video Recorder (NVR)
NVRs are used with IP security setups, receiving video footage from the network. IP cameras process and encode video themselves, streaming it to the network for the NVR to pick up. NVRs can be networked or create a segregated network via a PoE switch, allowing for an independent IP network within the NVR.
Choosing Between DVR and NVR
The choice depends on your camera type. For new systems, an IP system with an NVR is recommended for its continuous improvements and easy setup, though it can be pricier. For upgrading old systems with existing analog cameras, a DVR is ideal for its multiple input capabilities. Both NVRs and DVRs have unique advantages suited to different situations.
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Explore our FAQ section to get quick, clear answers to your most pressing questions about security camera systems.
An IP camera, or Internet protocol camera, is a type of digital security camera that receives and sends video footage via an IP network. It captures video footage and transmits it over a network, allowing for remote viewing and recording from anywhere with an internet connection.
A digital video recorder is an electronic device that records video in a digital format to a disk drive, USB flash drive, SD memory card, SSD or other local or networked mass storage device.
Yes, most modern security cameras allow you to view live and recorded video remotely. This is usually done through a secure app or web portal provided by the camera manufacturer or security service provider. You'll need a stable internet connection to access and view the footage.
A basic surveillance system typically includes:
Yes, many Network Video Recorders (NVRs) have the capability to report alarms. This can be triggered by various events such as motion detection, line crossing detection, or other analytic events. The NVR can then send an alert to the user via email, app notification, or even trigger an external alarm device.
Motion detection in security cameras can work through the camera or software. The camera or software analyzes the video signal and determines if the change in pixels meets the defined level of motion. Once this level is exceeded, the system triggers an alarm or starts recording.
Yes, many modern surveillance systems are compatible with a variety of camera types, including both analog and IP cameras. However, compatibility should be confirmed with the system provider.
A security camera system is a set of surveillance cameras used to monitor an area for security purposes. It typically includes cameras, a recorder (NVR or DVR), a monitor, and cables or a network connection.
NVRs are used with IP cameras, which process and encode video themselves, reducing the load on the NVR and allowing for higher resolution video. NVRs can also create a segregated network via a PoE switch, allowing for an independent IP network within the NVR.
PoE switches provide both networking and power supply to devices via a single Ethernet cable, streamlining the setup, reducing clutter, and enhancing surveillance coverage.
Yes, we are a one-stop-shop for all your surveillance needs. We provide a comprehensive range of services, from consultation and system design to installation, maintenance, and support. Our team of experts is dedicated to providing you with a surveillance solution that is tailored to your specific needs.
Of course. We believe that our job doesn't end with the installation of your surveillance system. We offer ongoing support and maintenance services to ensure your system continues to operate optimally. Our team is always ready to assist with any issues or questions you may have.
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