A few months in my new venture got to be too much for a home office to manage. I went ahead and rented a commercial space albeit too soon. I intended to divide the income between a running capital and also the cost of providing my business a better home.
Construction work needed to be staggered so that the finances could keep up. Improvements from carpeting to heat insulation came piecemeal while a high resolution day night color camera with wide angle ended up with the duty of keeping an eye on the entry door single-handedly.
I worked for a big-to-do merchandising company for years before setting up my own little version of it. Thus I was aware that making my people cozy in their workspaces is important to their jobs which involve a lot of working nights and weekends.
Managing the transfer personally I thought to employ a security guy for eight-hour days and use a security camera for the rest of the time. It could be a practical way to keep staff safe and keep tabs on their behavior also.
After shopping around for surveillance cameras online it struck me that the best of analog cameras must be more cost-effective than garden-variety digital cameras. The results would be equivalent though where my intended usage was concerned.
I picked out a hi-res analog camera using very current technology to produce clearly detailed images. Its video output boasts 650 TV lines way higher than the standard plus 30% more pixels in comparison to common analog cameras.
As day/night cameras are good for around-the-clock monitoring mine gets to work with or without any security personnel. This IR varifocal camera is outfitted with an IP66 waterproof lens and 36 IR LEDs effective until 130 feet.
Making use of a high resolution day night color camera with wide angle lens and 650 TV lines has got to be one of my great ideas as an enterpriser on a budget. Occasionally I believe that the challenge of moving workplaces has taught me more than I bargained for.