Now that the world is starting to open up again, people are starting to leave their houses to get back to work or school. If you’re one of them, now is the right time to get a security camera so you can still monitor your home.
But does a full CCTV set up too daunting for you? Why not try battery-powered security cameras that offer a bunch of features that even those who don’t have the advanced technical know-how can operate.
Still on the fence? Here are some of the benefits of getting a battery-powered security camera for your home, work, or business.
Portable and easy to install
Since it’s powered by batteries, there’s no need to route and hide power cables on walls. You can also place it anywhere as you’re options are not limited to where the nearest outlet is.
Also, such cameras usually come with a smartphone companion app for easy installation and setup.
Safe from power interruptions
Such cameras are safe from sudden power outages and blackouts — which happens a lot in countries like the Philippines. Since it comes with its own power source and night vision, your home is still being monitored even without electricity.
Free from wires
Besides the lack of power cables, battery-powered cameras are completely wireless since it pairs to your network directly via WiFi. No eyesore wires and giving intruders the chance to cut them, disabling your security camera completely.
Since battery-powered security cameras are easy to install, you don’t need to hire service providers to help set them up. You can purchase one yourself and get it up and running on your own.
One top option you have is the Cherry Home Smart Battery Camera, which retails for only Php3,999.
This one comes with a 1080p Full HD camera, has support for up to 128GB of storage for 24/7 video recording, AI Human Body Detection feature, IP65 rating for being water-resistant, and of course, a 9,000mAh Li-Po battery. It’s available at www.cherryshop.com.ph.