Do you have an open space to monitor like an agricultural strip or fishery where there is no WiFi or power connection. It is now possible to monitor such places if there is a good 4G signal by using 4G cameras.
4G LTE Network CCTV Cameras4G cameras are also called 4G LTE cameras. They are mobile monitoring cameras that can send live videos captured from any off-grid place over the 4G LTE network. These 4G IP cameras require separate mobile connection and their data consumption varies depending upon how much live viewing is done, how many alerts or push notifications are sent, etc.
4G cameras have several benefits, some of which are discussed below:
100% wirefree: 4G cameras do not require wired Internet connection or external power supply. These camera are battery powered or solar powered making them possible to send video and audio signals almost from anywhere, provided there is good 4G signal.
Hassle free installation: As these cameras do not require complex wiring these are quite easy to install. With the plug and play feature, the installation is super quick and you can move the camera around as you like. You can also take it with you anywhere you like.
Versatile: These cameras can work anywhere with a good 4G signal. You can install them in your barns, farms, boats, ranch, shed, second/vacation home, hotels, construction sites, new home build site, campsites, warehouses, etc.
Things to consider while buying 4G CCTV cameras:
1. Powering option: 4G LTE cameras come in two types of powering options. They can be either battery powered or solar powered. If you are going to place the cameras in places that receive direct sunlight, it will be good to buy cameras that come with solar panels to power them. This will save you from the hassles of recharging or replacing batteries at regular intervals.
2. Motion detection and notifications: Motion detection based recording and notifications use data over the cellular network. Make sure that you record and set up notifications for only those type of motions that you are concerned about. Triggering too many false alarms will only use up your data plan faster.
One way to minimize false alarms is to install the cameras in low-traffic areas and adjust the motion detection sensitivity according to your needs.
3. Mobile network: The network you choose for your 4G IP cameras is very important. Make sure that the network has a good coverage in the location you want to monitor and has low cost data plans.
4. Night Vision: If you are going to watch over a property with valuables that run the risk of theft or burglary, installing 4G cameras with night vision capabilities is the option you should be looking for.
5. Price: The initial cost of 4G cameras may be a bit higher compared to the other analog wired cameras. But you save on wiring and these cameras are quite robust to stand the tests of nature and time.