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Getting Started With Wireless Security Cameras
  • What are standalone wireless cameras?

    Stand-alone cameras are wireless security cameras that don’t connect to NVR (or DVR) recorders. Instead, they save footage directly to the cloud, or in some cases on a MicroSD card. You can access your footage anytime through the Swann Security app.

  • Are wireless surveillance cameras completely wire free?

    Yes. Wireless Cameras run off rechargeable batteries and, once charged, can operate completely wire-free. To avoid having to manually recharge, most Wireless Cameras have the option to connect to a solar charging panel for 'set and forget' constantly-charged operation.

  • How are wireless cameras different from wired cameras?

    Wired systems require a cabled connection between the cameras and a recorder box. Wireless or Wire-free cameras run off rechargeable battery power (or can use solar charging) and also transmit video and audio via Wi-Fi. Most wireless cameras transmit directly to the cloud via the internet but some also have a local Wi-Fi connection to power hub.

  • How can I add additional wireless security cameras to my system?

    Many of our wireless systems, such as the AllSecure series come with two to four cameras, but it’s possible to purchase add-on cameras to expand your surveillance area. These cameras are designed to connect to your existing surveillance system.

  • How do I see the video footage?

    You can see live and recorded video on the Swann Security app. The AllSecure series has a power hub that can connect to a TV for easy video viewing via an HDMI port.

  • How many cameras can I use in a wireless surveillance system?

    The AllSecure series can combine up to 8 wireless cameras. Multiple standalone wireless cameras, such as the Xtreem, can be combined, although it's important your home has enough Wi-Fi bandwidth to accommodate them.

  • What internet speed do I need for a wireless camera system?

    Wi-Fi enabled Swann devices work well with at least 1Mbps of upload bandwidth, although 2Mbps or greater is ideal.