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Samsung SNP-6200RH Advidia B33 IP Camera
Our Price: $4,999.00
Our Price: $979.00
Samsung SNP-6200RH Advidia B33
Samsung 2MP 1080p Full HD 20x Network IR Dome Camera The B-33 is an outdoor bullet camera with a 4 megapixel sensor and 18x optical zoom.
Advidia A34 IP Camera Samsung SNV-6084R
Our Price: $425.00
Our Price: $1,149.00
Advidia A34 Samsung SNV-6084R
The A-34 is a 3 megapixel mini dome with built-in IR.
Samsung SNV-6084R 2Megapixel HD Vandal-Resistant Network IR Dome Camera
Advidia A34W IP Camera Axis Q3709-PVE Multi-Sensor Network Camera
Our Price: $425.00
Advidia A34W Axis Q3709-PVE Multi-Sensor Network Camera
The A-34W is a 3 megapixel mini dome with built-in IR and a 2.8 mm lens.
Coming Soon - Axis Q3709-PVE Mulit-Sensor IP Camera will be available sometime in 2015. Details are coming soon



  1. What makes a Network Camera different than other coax style security cameras?


ANSWER: A Network Camera captures images and sends those images over a data network. Unlike analog cameras, a Network Camera has an RJ45 network port to connect to a Cat5 data network very much like your PC. Network Cameras have internal, built in web servers and on board smarts and software. Network Cameras can be managed and upgraded remotely via a local area network or wide area network. In addition, Network Cameras have the ability to capture and stream video at much higher definitions exceeding 16 mega-pixels. Network Cameras are also much different than analog, coax style cameras in that they can be upgraded (firmware) as new releases of software are issued by manufacturers giving the cameras new features and abilities.


  1. I have an existing analog coax security camera system. Can I integrate these cameras into our new IP Surveillance System?


ANSWER: Absolutely. Many of our clients have existing analog DVR systems in place and wish to migrate to a new IP surveillance platform. This can be done without replacing existing equipment. The most popular way to move your system over is to encode the analog cams to IP with Axis IP Encoders. This way the analog cams can be managed by the same Video Management Software (VMS) as the new IP Cameras.


  1. Do you have Wireless Cameras for my residential location?


ANSWER: We do carry a few wireless cameras, however, they are truly designed for indoor surveillance - i.e., office, garage, interior locations. These cams are not recommended for enterprise surveillance applications for reliability purposes. Also, keep in mind that the performance of these cams will be dependant on the strength of the wireless router and physical obstructions within the property. Long story short - try to run a single Cat5 cable to all of your camera locations to ensure uptime and performance.


However, if a project requires a camera to be placed a long distance from the switch and it is not feasible to have a cable run at that distance, we do have a solution. A dedicated wireless point to point bridge can send your network signal miles, if needed, line of sight.


  1. What major brands of IP Cameras do you represent?


ANSWER: The most popular brand that we carry is Axis Communications as we are an Axis Gold Partner. Other brands like Arecont, Panasonic, ACTi and Sony are also very commonly sold as well. We spec each camera based on the project and requirement. We have many types of applications that require Network Cameras from Storm Chasers to Homeland Security. Each day we uncover a new application for Network Video.


  1. What types of NVR or VMS Software do you carry?


ANSWER: We have many choices: Exacq, Milestone, OnSSI, LuxRiot, and Axis Camera Station. Again, this will depend on the customers specific requirements regarding recording, analytics, access, and budget. This is also what makes IP Cameras very desirable - the ability to run VMS software and mix manufacturers of cameras all on one system. For example - Exacq VMS Software with Axis and Sony Network Cameras all playing together on one unified system.


  1. What makes MidwestSurveillance.com different than all of the other ecommerce retailers selling cameras?


ANSWER: We take a very different approach to online selling. Rather than being simply a parts house we offer high level IP Surveillance Consulting and Design to every customer, free of charge. We work very closely with every client to design and spec the correct IP Camera solution for their project. Designing a Network Camera project correctly is half of the battle. If mistakes are made in the beginning phase of design, the results can be catastrophic in the end and cost a lot of time and money. We have professional, EXPERIENCED design consultants that will help you every step of the way. An IP Surveillance project can be overwhelming and we are here to make it easy.


  1. Do you offer wholesale pricing?


ANSWER: We do offer wholesale project pricing. Give us a call or send an email to sales@midwestsurveillance.com with your project details and we will put together a quote.


  1. What are your hours of operation?


ANSWER: Hours - M-F 8am-5pm Central Standard Time.


  1. Where are you located?


ANSWER: We are obviously in the Midwest J - Ellisville, Missouri just 30 minutes west of downtown St. Louis.


  1. Do you accept Purchase Orders - PO?


ANSWER: We will accept a PO with credit approval. Give us a call to get the credit process initiated 866-448-3066.


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