Business Security Cameras and Motion Sensors

Protect yourself from loss and unexpected downtime.

Security monitoring does more than provide peace of mind. It also helps protect your bottom line by alerting you to theft and potentially costly changes in environmental or equipment status. You can install wireless security motion sensors and cameras almost effortlessly, and because they’re wireless, there are no lines to be cut or tampered with. So you’ll get reliable, around-the-clock monitoring that can help you keep tabs on everything from everywhere you go.

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Let’s look at key features:

No Hard-wiring

Easily mount and move cameras and sensors wherever and whenever your organization needs them.

Motion-triggered Cameras

Set cameras to activate on motion, sound or time-of-day triggers that capture the action at critical moments.

HD Footage

View crisp high-definition (HD) footage live, or at your convenience with data storage that archives video until you’re ready.

Remote Control

Check in and move or zoom your camera view from any connected device, from wherever you are, without distortion.

24/7 Alerts

Choose your thresholds and set alerts to ping your mobile device, and to trigger on-site alarms, if activity occurs outside your pre-set parameters.

60+ Sensor Types

Keep an eye, ear and nose on environmental conditions, equipment status and security in your facility with easy-to-mount sensors.

Mobile Monitoring

See camera views and receive automatic sensor alerts on any connected smart device, so you can keep an eye on things when you’re away.

Rugged Design

Don’t let weather or conditions limit where you mount your equipment. Instead, get hardware designed for outdoor and rough environments.

Training & Support

Stay up to speed with personalized training and ongoing support from specialists who know you and your organization.

Top 4 Ways Wireless Security Can Protect Your Business >

Download this infographic to see why security is an important investment for your organization, as well as where and how you can use sensors and cameras to monitor your physical assets.

Let’s take a closer look…

Camera Monitoring

Cameras

Picture this: It’s the middle of the night and you’re away on a trip out of state, but you find yourself awake worrying about recent area break-ins. If you’ve got wireless cameras from U.S. Cellular® mounted in your facility, you can make sure everything is OK right from your smart device, at any time of day or night. With options for indoor or outdoor use, built-in spotlights, night vision, auto-zoom and tracking, your eyes and ears can always be on your business, even when you’re not at your business.

There were 409,700 non-residential burglaries in 2017.* That’s equal to 1,122 burglaries every day.
*FBI. “Uniform Crime Report: Crime in the United States, 2017.” 2018. https://ucr.fbi.gov/crime-in-the-u.s/2017/crime-in-the-u.s.-2017/topic-pages/tables/table-23
Security Sensor Monitoring

Sensors

An unexpected electrical surge. A burst pipe. An empty storage tank. Every day, there are countless ways life could throw a potentially expensive wrench in your operations. Monitor all of it effortlessly with wireless sensors that sense trouble before you can see it, keeping your facility — and your bottom line — safe. From voltage and motion sensors to water, gas, solid and liquid level sensors, and everything in between, wireless sensors provide invaluable security.

14,000 people in the U.S. experience a water damage emergency at home or work every day.* Sensors can let you know as soon as a leak occurs.
*Water Damage Defense. “Water Damage by the Numbers.” https://www.waterdamagedefense.com/pages/water-damage-by-the-numbers

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