8 Channel Portable DVR System
Perfect for Private Investigators, Building Contractors, Security Companies. This multi-channel portable DVR is a stand alone system. You can remotely configure this system through the Internet using the included software. Easily go from wireless to wired by just plugging in a cable. Can use up to 8 cameras including a combination of wired and wireless. Works with any of our security cameras.Cameras not included.
Video input: 8ch composite
LAN Connector: RJ45
Resolution Record: 240fps (30fps per channel)
Hard Drive: 500GB
Power: continuous, 110/240V AC and 2 hour backup battery
Camera Input: 8 - Inputs 2 wireless / 6 wired or 8 wired
Video System: NTSC
Video Compression: H.264
• Industrial durability shock resistance & stability
• New H.264 compression allows longer record time in same amount of space
• Multilingual input and operation
• Simultaneously record, playback and operate network
• All DVR functions controllable through remote access
• Easy to retrieve video, time and alarm information
• Easy to restore and power on in case of power failure
• Up to 8 wired cameras or 6 wired and 2 wireless
• Built in 15 inch LCD Monitor
• 1 year warranty (except battery)
• Mouse Included
Cameras Not Included: Works with any of our cameras
Your House Your Stuff
You are probably a hard-working person that has earned the right to their house and possessions. In spite of losing your valuable things and possibly your flat screen TV the trauma of a home invasion doesn’t go away easily. It may take months to be able to sleep soundly after a home invasion. My goal here is to make you think about ways to protect your home while you are asleep or away on vacation or business.
Always make your home look occupied even if no one is there. Keep your yard managed and don’t allow over grown shrubbery. Have someone come in while you are gone and collect your mail and newspapers. Pay someone to mow your yard or shovel your sidewalk and driveway while you are gone. Nothing beats a good security camera or full video security system to deter thieves or to use as evidence in court. Dummy cameras have their place in making your video security system appear more extensive than it is. Door braces, window alarms and radios left on or even a motion sensing barking dog alarm make a criminal nervous about breaking into your home. Steel entrance doors with dead bolt locks are best. In a windowed door you need a dead bolt that requires a key from both sides. If you buy a TV or other electronic device such as a camera or computer, don’t just leave the empty carton beside your trash can. Take the carton to a commercial dumpster to dispose of it. The store where you purchased the object will gladly let you put the empty carton in their trash.
Do not buy a gun to protect your house or family! Unless you are a trained law enforcement official or trained soldier you will regret pulling out a gun on a burglar. Instead, look into MACE®. Pepper spray, stun guns or a Tasers®. I could go on for another one hundred pages about what you can do to protect your home from invasion. Instead my goal is to make you think. Every home and every situation is different, but you need to take some time to think like a criminal that wants to break into your home and take your things. Talk to your family and neighbors, they probably have some good ideas or experience. One of the best deterrents is a neighborhood that is aware and willing to question people or call the police when they suspect something. Every neighbor around you should have your phone number and know who lives in your house, and you should have the same information about them.
Doug Harper is the owner of SharperDefense.com & SharperSafety.com.
KIDS netSAFE Web Browser Will Provide Your Child
A Fun, Safe and Interactive Experience
On The Internet
Works On Windows And Mac Computers
We went all out on the user interface. You feel as though you’re in a city designed for kids. Colorful and playful, the interface is kid friendly and interactive. Included with pre-loaded websites, such as Nickelodeon, PBS Kids, and Barbie.
With our easy kid navigation menu making it simple for kids to naviagte with little help from parents. Each site is presented as a thumbnail for easy viewing and access. The full screen window application has a lock mode that prevents anyone from exiting, minimizing, or accessing the admin settings without a password.
From the parents admin menu you have the ability to add your own Web sites to the favorite list, where the kids can access from the main screen from a colorful favite icon. Allow your child to have fun surfing the internet protected by our pop-up and adult content blocker.
You may also disable to web browser address bar to prevent additional surfing of the internet. Not to worry as the parent may download a 7 day history of websites visited at any time. In addition the parents can add any specific websites they do not wish their child to visit. Let your child experience KIDS netSAFE today!
Here are screenshots of the KIDS netSAFE child safe web browser (click on Image for larger Image):
Coloring Book Favorite Menu Main Screen Parent Admin Login Parent Admin Menu Password to Exit Preloaded Websites Web Browser Disabled
- Full screen window blocking the child from accessing any menus or applications on the computer.
- Parent password required to exit application.
- Adult content blocker and Pop-up blocker to prevent the child from accessing any harmful website content
- The CTRL+ALT+DEL function and the mouse right click has been disabled to prevent the child from accessing any applications on the computer
- Parent admin menu where the parents can:
• Change the parent password
• Add specific blocked websites they do not wish the child to access
• Add websites to the favorite list that the child can access from the main application window
• Download 7 day history of website the child navigated and viewed
• Disable the address bar function to prevent the child from visitng any additional websites
- On the main screen the the following functions are enabled:
• Favorite website shortcut that displays any websites the parent has added from the parent admin menu
• Web Browser URL - if parent has enabled the child may type an external web address that will open within the application and be protected by the adult content blocker.
• Preloaded kid safe websites providing everything from games, movies, reading and more accesible by a simple click
How would you become a Burglar?
It is not the intent of this article to train anyone to be a burglar. This article is for awareness of what a homeowner should do to prevent burglaries.
So you want to change your job or career and become a burglar? Why not buy a gun and rob stores and banks? There’s an 85% chance you’ll get caught in armed robbery on your first job. Less than 15% of home burglars are ever caught or serve time in jail.
Professional burglars don’t go after sub-division houses normally. They are looking for high-end jewelry, paintings and artifacts. You will likely fall into the semi-pro or amateur category. You’ll have to learn about surveillance cameras, alarm systems and lock systems. You’ll want to understand what MACE®, pepper spray, Tasers® and stun guns can do to you when confronted by a home owner armed with these weapons. You will have to understand that you should not carry a gun and if confronted with a gun run or surrender. Not only will you probably not want to kill anyone, but if caught by the police the difference between a burglary and an armed burglary is 5 or 20 years.
You will learn to cruise the neighborhood looking for poorly kept yards and houses with lots of bushes you can hide behind and will give you cover from the street and neighbors while gaining entrance. Your vehicle should be parked close enough to make your escape, but not so close to the scene that neighbors can see it if there is a ruckus. Single-level homes are best as the master bedroom with the owner’s keys, jewelry and possibly drugs will then be on the first floor. While picking out your target home, look for a security camera and house security system or window sensors attached to the glass.
Next, you will park around the block and walk right up to the house and ring the doorbell. If no one answers, listen for a dog barking inside. With no one answering the door and no dog, go around to the back and find the easiest way to enter the house. Don’t worry about picking locks, but be aware of multiple locks on a given door. The quickest way to get in is by breaking the door down with your shoulder or breaking a window. Door bars and glass sensors will deter your ability to break-in or smash a window without setting off an alarm. Plan eight minutes in and out, that will probably get you out of there before the police arrive if a neighbor called them or you set off an alarm.
I hope this gives you the homeowner some ideas to protect your property.
Doug Harper is the owner of SharperDefense.com & SharperSafety.com.