Wireless CCTV Systems


4CH Digital Wireless Camera & DVR System



Product Description:

1.  4CH digital wireless camera & DVR system
2.  Simple installation - no cables required from the camera back to the receiver!
3.  Total digital wireless, no interferences, no privacy leak
4.  7'' LCD monitor with integrated video recorder
5.  Support up to micro 32GB SD card
6.  Support 4 cameras 24 hours / 7 days non-stop overwrite recording
7.  Multiple recording modes : manual, schedule and motion activated
8.  15 metre night vision range
9.  Video quality 4CH  VGA 10fps, 1CH  VGA 30fps
10. Weather proof outdoor cameras with 300m / 1000ft transmission open range
11. Video output function for bigger monitor



NVS Vstarcam 7 Inch Screen plus 4 Pan & Tilt IP Cameras


NVS - Network Video Server. This security system works off your wireless router network. You must have a fast connection (good bandwidth) approx 6 MB dedicated to run 4 cameras at the same time. This system is for indoor use only.

To test your bandwidth speed visit - www.speedtest.net



NVS Vstarcam 7 Inch Screen plus 2 Pan & Tilt IP Cameras


Specification only 2 digital IP cameras with 2 channel output as per picture above. Each channel can be viewed via full screen separately. This system is for indoor use only. Extra cameras can be purchased when needed to upgrade to quad view mode. You must have a fast connection (good bandwidth) approx 3 MB dedicated to run 2 cameras at the same time. This system is for indoor use only. 

To test your bandwidth speed visit - www.speedtest.net


It's never been so easy to check in on your children and their nanny from your place of work or to keep an eye on your business from your laptop at home, all this in real time. IP cameras allow you to connect to the internet via your broadband network and remotely view live video from any web browser anywhere in the world. Once your system is set up, the only requirement is Internet access. Monitoring multiple video cameras or DVRs from your tablet or smart phone is now possible.



Intelligent Video Alarm


1 Power 3 x AA battery / 5V adapter
2 Camera 300,000 OV7725 low-light wide-angle
3 Display device LCD 2.4" 480 x 320 resolution
4 Infrared detection for human body. Dual element
 pyroelectric sensors with detect distance of 8 ~ 10M
5 Storage devices Micro sd card (support up to 32G)
6 Video VGA
7 Microphone Support
8 Built-in stereo Support
9 Infrared night vision Infrared light
10 Video output AV-OUT
11 Video Format PAL/NTSC
12 Current frequency 50HZ/60HZ
13 USB interface USB 2.0
14 Power interface 5V
15 Remote control infrared remote control
16 Language Multi-lingual
17 Saving equipment TF (maximum support 32G)
18 Standby current <1mA
19 Standby time >2500 hours
20 ESD protection >8KV

•Lens: 300,000pixels CCD or CMOS wide angle, low light
•The power indicator: On boot up standby makes one flash in every five seconds. (Flashing in low power).
•Infrared light: In dark provides infrared rays.
•Light sensor: To determine the intensity of light to decide when turn on the infrared light.
•Infrared detector: Detection range is 3-10mters, with angle of 100 degree.
•Buzzer: To provide 100Db high decibel siren
•Built-in speaker: Can record voice during playback.
•TF card: With maximum support of 32GB.
•AV-OUT Interface: external TV video output
•USD2.0 Interface: can be connected with computer to download pictures. (1. Download. 2. An external power supply. )
•Battery: 3AA batteries (No battery in configuration.), and recommend the use of high capacity alkaline battery.
•Display screen: 2.4inch TFT, 480 x 360 high definition display.

Increase Your Home Security with a few simple tips

You want to protect your home, and the people and things within it, but a home security system is outside your budget. Don't worry, there are several inexpensive ways to make your home less attractive to thieves.


1. Fake but good quality CCTV cameras around your home, buy the type which have fake infra red leds that glow at night just like the real professional ones. always remember a thief is looking for the easy touch.

2. Fake alarm box with the alternate flashing leds at night just like the real alarm boxes. Remember buy quality ones that are realistic looking and fix front & back to your home and make sure you position them just like the professionals. fixed in unusual positions and very low down will speak volumes to the common thief of being fake. Check out your neighbours alarm systems for good positioning.

3. Simple things like the "my scary dog can run faster than you" sign may be one of the most effective theft deterrents, other than or in addition to actually owning a scary dog. Even a small dog prone to barking helps, though regular "beware of dog" signs work too, especially if you add some additional supporting evidence of dog ownership, like leaving a dog bowl outside by your side door.

4. What with the price of security lights being so cheap it as never been a better time to fix a couple to your property. Some of the new solar powered ones are great, no need for the electrician and can be purchased for less than £30 each and installed in under 30 minutes. Remember thieves hate security lights because you are sending them a message you are aware of the security of your home and other measures may be place waiting for them not to mention it may alert a neighbour who is close by.

5. If you have a second car, keep it out in the driveway while you're at work. Or, perhaps you can rent your driveway during the daytime.


More Home Security Tips

6.  Do you use gardening services or other home maintenance services like window cleaning? Schedule those services (which don't require you to be at home) during those prime theft hours.

7. Protecting Your Home When You're on Vacation

Several ways to protect your home while travelling, including using push lights in your windows and asking your neighbours for a holiday check. Remember the small detail like not having your garbage bins put out as a sign that you're away, make sure any help you get from friends or neighbours include the small things like that (putting out garbage bins, getting the mail, maybe even cutting the grass)

Don't forget the daily things like stopping newspaper and mail delivery, if you don't have someone picking those up for you. And, of course, the tried-and-true method of looking like you're home, use a random timer on your indoor lights or TV. Those are just some of the inexpensive ways to make your home more secure and burglar-resistant.

8. In order of percent of burglaries, thieves come in through: the front door, first-floor windows, and back door primarily, followed by the garage, unlocked entrances, and the basement. Look at reinforcing all of these entry points, of course, but if you want to know where the best places are to put your security cameras, the front and back door and first floor windows are your best bets.

9. Homes without security systems are about 3 times more likely to be broken into. Without actually buying a home security system, you could also just buy the decals and signs. Place the decals on your front door, where the majority of thieves enter.

Our range of security equipment is designed to fit many budgets with the majority of our systems being easily self installed to save you time and money. Remember a simple security deterrent in place is key.

A simple wireless CCTV system is one of the best investments you can buy to protect your home and family.

Wireless CCTV Systems


home-safeguard.co.uk  provide Wireless CCTV Kits which give an excellent way of feeling secure when it comes to your security. A monitor will record to an SD card (not included) These Home-safeguard CCTV Kits can also provide vital evidence in the event of a crime being committed and offers excellent protection.

CCTV stands for closed-circuit television.

Closed-circuit television (CCTV) also known as video surveillance, is the use of video cameras to transmit a signal to a specific place, on a limited set of monitors. It differs from broadcast television in that the signal is not openly transmitted, though it may employ point to point (P2P) point to multipoint, or mesh wireless links. Though almost all video cameras fit this definition, the term is most often applied to those used for surveillance in areas that may need monitoring such as banks, casinos, airports, military installations, and convenience stores.

Wireless CCTV systems transmit a video and audio signal to a wireless receiver through a radio band. Cameras and the receiving wireless monitor usually require power. The wireless refers to the transmission of video/audio between the camera and the receiving wireless monitor.

Wireless security cameras are becoming more and more popular in the consumer market, being a cost-effective way to have a comprehensive surveillance system installed in a home or business for an often less expensive price. The two major advantages are with a do-it-yourself security systems is that you can buy for a relatively low cost, and, if you are the handyman type, you can have the joy of installing the wireless cctv yourself.

By installing a wireless CCTV system, you can protect your property. CCTV cameras act as a visual deterrent and allow you to monitor visitors or intruders on video. Whether it’s your home or business, we all take comfort in knowing that what we care about is safe and secure. A wireless security camera is also a great option for seasonal monitoring and surveillance. For example, one can observe a pool or patio in summer months and take down the camera in the winter.

Some of the latest versions of wireless CCTV systems have cameras also offering the audio option with even two way audio which could be immensely useful for some applications. Wireless CCTV cameras can be mounted/installed in locations previously unavailable to standard wired cameras. In addition to the ease of use and convenience of access.

IP stands for Internet Protocol. IP cameras, work in a similar way to every day web cams, by sending and receiving data via the internet. IP cameras provide as open or closed access to the footage as needed, while the images recorded can be viewed remotely using any PC. However, these cameras are often more expensive than wired and wireless cameras.


Wireless CCTV Continued

Our cctv cameras are fitted with a light sensor, so when light falls below a certain level the infrared LEDs are automatically switched on. Please note, when the camera is operating in low light/total darkness the images will appear in Black & White (This is usual for night vision view) During daytime operation images will be in colour. This type of camera is weatherproof and can be installed outside.

The majority of wireless security cameras operate on the 2.4 GHz frequency. Digital wireless is the transmission of audio and video analog signals encoded as digital packets over high-bandwidth radio frequencies. The signal range also depends on whether there are competing signals using the same frequency as the camera. For example, signals from cordless phones or routers may affect signal strength.

Besides the many advantages listed above, one of the key reasons that contributes to the popularity of a wireless CCTV surveillance system is the advancements in technology. Wireless CCTV systems have come a long way from being cumbersome, expensive and complex systems requiring expert help to simple, easy-to-use systems that are easy to configure, easy to maintain and reasonably priced. Moreover, the new range of surveillance systems offer more options, clarity and versatility than before.

Cubical walls, drywall, glass, and windows generally do not degrade wireless signal strength. Brick, concrete floors, and walls degrade signal strength. Trees that are in the line of sight of the wireless camera and receiver may impact signal strength.

In the United Kingdom, the vast majority of CCTV cameras are not operated by government bodies, but by private individuals protecting their homes or companies, especially to monitor the interiors of shops and businesses. Even if there are some concerns arising from the use of CCTV such as involving privacy. Wireless transmission for CCTV can now be delivered at higher quality than ever before. In a climate of reducing budgets, it is no surprise that the CCTV market has seen an increase in the take-up of competitive, cost effective wireless solutions that are allowing public bodies to use CCTV in a more effective manner. Wireless CCTV when managed and deployed correctly can help to make a positive difference to the lives of our communities and to reduce crime and disorder.

The advancement of science and technology has contributed a lot to make our lives more secure, home-safeguard.co.uk is a distinguished company supplying wireless cctv surveillance Systems. We are adept with providing sound help and friendly advice to deliver unmatched wireless cctv systems.