Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, your system will continue to work on a battery backup (length of backup time will vary by panel type)
We offer several different communications options including network, WiFi and cellular.
Yes, homeowners and business owners alike can view their cameras from anywhere on smart phones with today’s technology.
Though Digital Solution does offer leasing options on some commercial equipment, in most cases, you own your system.
Yes, we install these product by charging installation charge, different devices may have different charges.
PTZ stands for Pan, Tilt, Zoom. A PTZ camera can be remotely controlled allowing it to move up and down as well as zoom in on potentially important targets. You can also program a tour between pre-set points. In theory PTZ cameras sound great, they can cover large areas and even zoom in when more detail is required.
Existing network infrastructure can be used, no long distance cables required.
IP security cameras can be moved with minimum time & effort, and cabling does not need to be replaced.
IP security cameras can be installed at any location, no matter the distance.
The same camera could be viewed or recorded simultaneously at multiple locations, and controlled on multiple security levels.
Recording could take place anywhere. An existing PC or Server could be used for a few cameras.
Any amount of recordings per camera can take place at the same time, at multiple locations for redundancy or off-site storage.
Bandwidth could be controlled differently for each camera.
Hard drive space can be shared across many systems for recording of video or data.
Audio or alarms can be connected to the same encoders which transmit the video.
Existing alarm system could be monitored from remote locations.
All of our cameras, with the exception of several covert use cameras are wired style. Wireless cameras are NOT recommended for any permanent security camera installation for home or business. Wireless cameras have several flaws which make them a poor choice for any security camera installation: Wireless cameras are not secure, Wireless cameras still require power, Wireless cameras operate on crowded frequency bands, Wireless transmission can be affected by many different electronic devices.
- Your Actual Need.
- IR Range for night vision.
- Verify camera power and connection.
- Discover and ping camera.
- Know username / password.
- Reboot camera.
- Factory reset camera.
- Call Us!
EPABX (Electronic Private Automatic Branch Exchange) EPABX is an electronic device used in Offices, Hotels, Industries and many other places for voice communication. It is independent and can work with out any trunk lines (service providers)
The main features offered by any EPABX system are: 1. Call transfer 2. Call pick up 3. Call back up 4. Conference 5. Barge-in etc.
- CCL 108(Copper Connection Ltd.)
- Matrix Vision Pro.
An IP PBX (“Internet Protocol private branch exchange“) is a system that connects telephone extensions to the public switched telephone network (PSTN) and provides internal communication for a business. An IP PBX is a PBX system with IP connectivity and may provide additional audio, video, or instant messaging communication utilizing the TCP/IP protocol stack.
Voice over IP (VoIP) gateways can be combined with traditional PBX functionality to allow businesses to use their managed intranet to help reduce long distance expenses and take advantage of the benefits of a single network for voice and data (converged network). An IP PBX may also provide CTI features.
An IP PBX can exist as a physical hardware device or as a software platform.
Biometrics are a way to measure a person’s physical characteristics to verify their identity. These can include physiological traits, such as fingerprints and eyes, or behavioral characteristics, such as the unique way you’d complete a security-authentication puzzle.