Connecting Dahua cameras to Ajax in 30 seconds
A new beta feature enabling quick connection of video surveillance devices has been added to the updated Ajax Security System mobile application. Dahua cameras and video recorders can now be added by scanning QR codes (similar to Ajax devices) and there is no need to waste time setting up network equipment.
What opportunities does video surveillance provide?
• If security detectors are activated, you will be aware of the intruders.
• Check what cleaners do in your absence.
• Watch children even when you are on the other side of the globe.
• Monitor your employees when you are out of the office.
Having set up a Dahua camera or a video recorder as recommended by the manufacturer, scan the QR code with the Ajax application, enter the login and password for the device, and the video will be immediately available for viewing.
No need to change the settings of the router, generate an RTSP link, and request a static IP address from an Internet provider as it is necessary when you need to connect IP-cameras from other manufacturers to the Ajax.
More video streams
Dahua video recorders allow you to bypass the limit on the number of video surveillance devices connected to the hub: up to 10 cameras for the Hub and up to 50 cameras for the Hub Plus. A video recorder represents a single device, but multiple video cameras can be connected to it. Each camera video will be available in the Ajax application:
How has the integration with Dahua been implemented
The process of transferring video from the camera to the application is protected by encryption along the entire path, and it looks like this:
The Ajax application allows you to view videos from cameras, pause playback, and save camera stream photos.
The connection of a video recorder or a Dahua video camera to Ajax does not preclude the use of Dahua applications. In order to store and view the video archive, you can use the Dahua cloud service or any other service that is compatible with your equipment.