Questions & Answers


[Wireless CCTV System] Most frequent questions and answers

ROBORIX Wireless security cameras send data over Inbuilt Wi-Fi Network instead of through physical cables. 

(Internet is not required for basic operations IE. recording and viewing of cameras) 

One small note: While some wireless cameras are battery powered and therefore truly wire-free, many still need to be plugged into an outlet because electric power is much more reliable than battery power.

Traditional wired security cameras require cables to send signals or transmit video feeds. Wireless security cameras are just a bit more modern—they use Wi-Fi to send and receive information, eliminating the need for jumbled wires and cables.

This means you can install a wireless camera almost anywhere inside or outside your home, without the help of an electrician.

 Yes. ROBORIX digital wireless products feature a wireless transmission method called FHSS— Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum.

This type of signal is highly resistant to eavesdropping as it generates a channel hopping sequence using an algorithm generated by the receiver, which only the camera can follow through the “pairing” function. FHSS makes digital wireless signals secure, private, and interference free & Encrypted.

In an open field (with line of sight), a typical wireless camera has a range between 250 to 500 feet. In a closed environment—such as an interior of a house—the wireless camera range is between 100 to 165 feet. The signal range varies depending on the type of building materials and/or objects the wireless signal must pass through.

Cubical walls, drywall, glass, and windows generally do not degrade wireless signal strength. Brick, concrete floors, and walls degrade signal strength. Trees that are in the line of sight of the wireless camera and receiver may impact signal strength.

The signal range also depends on whether there are competing signals using the same frequency as the camera. For example, signals from cordless phones or routers may affect signal strength. Avoid placing cameras or receivers near sources of competing signals (e.g. cordless phones, wireless routers, etc.) and leave as much space as possible between wireless receivers.

Current ROBORIX digital wireless cameras offer 10 – 30 FPS (Frames Per Second) performance. Actual frame rate depends mainly on signal strength and resolution.

See the Specifications Sheet for each model for details on supported resolutions and frame rates.

Depending on your requirment ROBORIX CCTV systems are available from 2 cameras to 16 cameras kits currently.

In 4 channel system we can install up-to 4 cameras

In 8 channel system we can install up-to 8 cameras