How to Use Trail Cameras to Better Protect Home Security

How to Use Trail Cameras to Better Protect Home Security

On Thursday, September 14, 2023, USA Today published a story about the life of a 12-year-old boy who rescued a drowning man from his family's swimming pool. From the video, it can be seen that the boy Austen and the therapist Jason were swimming in the pool, but soon the boy Austen discovered that Jason seemed to have some problems because he never raised his head out of the water to breathe. When Austen realized something was wrong, he immediately pulled the therapist Jason out of the water and tried to wake him up, but Jason did not respond at this time. Then Austen ran to seek help from adults. It seemed that no other adults were at home, so he returned and started to rescue Jason by performing CPR which he learned from TV. Soon after, Jason began to regain consciousness, and Austen's father also returned home and helped call 911. Later, Jason's body returned to normal.

If these moments were not recorded by surveillance cameras, we would not have imagined that a 12-year-old boy would take such rational measures. However, this also reminds us that we need to pay attention to safety during swimming in our home swimming pools to prevent drowning.

In addition to home security cameras specifically used for monitoring, common hunting cameras can also be used as security cameras. The Voopeak trail camera has the function of monitoring home security.

Voopeak Trail Camera was founded in 2022. To become more familiar with and understand the behavior and habits of wild animals, it has been focusing on the research, development, and manufacturing of off-road cameras. The hunting camera uses PIR sensing technology. When a heat source is detected within the monitoring range, The camera will be triggered immediately to shoot and record, so you won’t miss any important moments.

Voopeak cameras can capture visible images and raw videos with sound, allowing users to clearly understand everything happening in the monitored area.

 Just like the animals captured in the image, we can view all their behaviors very clearly to better understand these animals. When the hunting camera is used at home, it can record the behavior of all moving objects within the monitoring range, protecting family property and personal safety at all times. It can also record some details that we ignore in our daily lives, just like the videos posted in the news. For example, children at home may often bump into some places when walking, and elderly people may have more difficulty walking because of some prominent furniture. We can record these behaviors through hunting cameras. Moreover, some of Voopeak's hunting cameras can achieve better monitoring results by remotely adjusting the camera's trigger angle on the APP, allowing you to manage the camera more easily.

Some users may worry that the camera cannot capture clear images when working at night. We considered the light conditions at night and specially developed the Voopeak TC22 to meet the needs of more users. TC22 adopts a newly upgraded dual-lens design, with a lens dedicated to daytime shooting and a lens for night work, allowing users to have a different visual experience during the day and night. The starlight night vision function of TC22 allows the camera to take color pictures and videos in low light or wide area conditions.

Most of Voopeak's cameras adopt a solar-integrated design, which can extend the service life of the battery and avoid frequent battery replacement.

Hunting cameras can not only be used as security cameras to monitor home security but can also be used as monitors to monitor whether pets at home bite sofas and other furniture at home. It can also be used as an outdoor surveillance camera to monitor whether wild animals are eating in your backyard. In short, the Voopeak hunting camera can not only be used as a security camera to monitor home security but can also be used as a monitor to monitor the behavior of small animals, ensuring a safer and better home environment.

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