Camera systems working at different temperatures
When we think about outdoor security cameras we have to know that an important part is the power source. If someone requires an outdoor security camera, then he has to figure out the problem with the electrical connections which for building codes are not so many. Most of the times, in this situations you can use the power sources, that can be found in the garage, with just some simple wiring.
After the problem with the power source has been solved, you have to start and look for the best equipment that can be used in the geographical area in which you live. This can be a serious problem because systems can be different in areas like Tucson with over 120 degrees Fahrenheit and in Maine with temperatures as low as -20 degrees Fahrenheit. A system must always be protected from the weather because it cannot work all year round, 24/7 if this wouldn’t happen.
Another aspect to take into consideration is the light source. As you already know, all cameras need to have adequate light to get a clear picture and for video cameras is just the same. This ability of the camera is measured as a lux rating. If the lux rating is lower then the camera doesn’t need so much light to offer a usable image. There can be places with no available, light which means you have to buy the camera with the lowest lux rating if you want to see something on the footage provided by it.
Getting a camera with a very low lux rating can be problem, so in this case you have to provide a source of light which can be near the camera or even on it. If in the end none of these options can be put into practice, it’s better to start thinking about an infra-red camera which can deliver images quite decent in these conditions.