Welcome to Eagle Eyes Security Systems
Fronted by Daniel, Eagle Eyes Security Systems is your surveillance destination in Sydney and surrounding regions. With more than a decade of experience in the industry and a portfolio of highly successful installations and customer feedback, both residential and commercial – you can rely on Eagle Eyes.
We offer a vast range of quality surveillance cameras for sale online with optional on-site consultation and both fast and affordable installation.
We pride ourselves on fast and efficient support and offer FREE servicing and back-up to our customers for 24 months after installation.
Daniel started his career as a highly successful electrical engineer and boasts certifications in CCTV equipment installation, monitoring and cabling. His expertise in security systems is vast, with no job too small or too complex.
What Is the Difference Between IP Cameras and Analog Cameras?
IP Cameras
IP cameras capture and digitize analog images using an encoder, that contains a web server, within the camera. The digital video is sent from the camera via IP, or packetized video streams, over a local area network (LAN) using Ethernet (CAT5 or CAT6) cable to a network video recorder (NVR). While IP cameras need to be connected to the same network as the NVR, they don’t require a direct connection to the NVR. The NVR captures, compresses and records each IP camera’s signal. Additionally, the NVR has built-in software that enables features like intelligent search and zoom. For local or remote viewing, the NVR combines the video from the cameras and broadcasts it over the LAN or the internet,

To operate, IP cameras use power over Ethernet (PoE). Therefore, only one cable supplies power to the camera and transmits video.
Analog Cameras
Analog cameras capture and send an analog video signal over a coaxial cable to a digital video recorder (DVR). The DVR digitizes, compresses and stores the analog video signal on a hard drive for later retrieval. The DVR has built-in intelligence for options such as scheduling, motion detection and digital zoom. To view the video, analog cameras require a direct connection to the DVR. Analog cameras require two cables for power and video.In an anlog system,the DVR performs both the online viewing and recording function.The analog cameras cannot be viewed online without a DVR, the picture of analog camera can only be viewed locally.

To install analog cameras, long expensive cable runs and cable are required.
Name IP Camera Analog Camera
Type of Cable Network cable,Cat5/Cat 6 Coxial cable
Resolution 2MP,4MP,6MP 2MP,3MP
Type of Power PoE & DC12V DC12V
Type of Recorder Network Video Recorder (NVR) Digital Video Recorder (DVR)
Type of Signal IP CVBS
Connector RJ45 Ethernet or Wifi BNC
Download our user manual for NVR & IP Camera
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