Security Camera System for Self-Storage Facilities

Security Camera System for Self-Storage Facilities

Investing in a security camera system can give you confidence that your facility is being monitored 24/7.

The Benefits of Security Cam era Systems

Self-storage units are vulnerable to theft, vandalism and other crimes, while a security camera system can provide peace of mind for both you and your clients. There are many benefits of having a security camera system for your facility, which include:

  • Deterrence of Theft and Vandalism
  • Increased Customer Satisfaction  
  • Real-Time Monitoring of the Facility
  • Evidence in Legal Investigations
  • Proactive Security Mindset

By implementing a reliable security camera system, you can give your customers confidence that their belongings are safe and secure, ultimately boosting your business.

Where You Need to Monitor?

You can have peace of mind knowing that every corner of your property is under surveillance.

Control access and detect any unauthorized individuals or vehicles that enter the premises.

Keep track of movement within the facility, ensuring that no suspicious activities go unnoticed.

Enhance the overall safety and security of your self-storage facility, ensuring that all interactions are documented.

Monitor the vehicles coming in and out of the facility, as well as deter any criminal activities in the external areas.

Advanced Video Surveillance Solutions for Storage Facilities

Security Cameras

High-quality surveillance cameras are the foundation of any security camera system.

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Power and Connectivity

A reliable power source and proper connectivity ensure continuous recording of footage.

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Recording Solutions

DVRs or NVRs allow you to store and manage the recorded footage with ease.

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Where You Need to Monitor?

Benefit from a 90% reduction in false alarms with an advanced security camera system, designed to protect your property 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


Criminals deterred or caught in the act


Save up to 70% on security costs

15 Years

Trusted by customers with years of expertise


Reduced theft, vandalism and crimes

What to Look for in Self-Storage Security Cameras?

When choosing a security camera system for your self-storage facility, there are several key features to consider:

  • L2 Managed Industrial Ethernet

  • Free Solution Design

  • Fastcabling Catalog

Our Products

Resolution2592 x 1944
Optical Zoom30x
Night Vision200~300M
Human DetectionYes
Resolution2592 x 1944
Lens Type2.8~12mm motorized lens
Night Vision30M
Human/Vehicle DetectionYes
Resolution3840 x 2160
Lens Type2.8~12mm motorized lens
Night Vision18M
Human DetectionYes
Resolution3840 x 2160
Lens Type4mm fixed lens
Night Visioninfrared & white light LEDs

Power & Connectivity

Installing a security camera system may seem like a daunting task, but with the right guidance and tools, it can be straightforward. PoE switches are a convenient way to power your security cameras and provide data connectivity through a single Ethernet cable, eliminating the need for separate power supplies and simplifying installation. 

Step 1

Plan Camera Placement

Assess your warehouse layout and identify high-risk areas that require monitoring. Consider angles, heights, and potential obstructions that may affect camera visibility and overage. Ensure every corner is covered with no blind spots left.

Step 2

Install Mounting Hardware

Use appropriate mounting brackets or poles to securely attach the cameras to walls or ceilings. Ensure the cameras are positioned at the desired angles for optimal coverage and placed high enough to prevent theft and vandalism.

Step 3

Connect the Cameras

Use PoE switches to supply electricity to the security cameras. They can transmit data and power simultaneously over a single Ethernet cable to the cameras, ideal for places where power is not readily available.

Step 4

Configure Monitoring Software

Install the monitoring software on your computer or mobile device to access live feeds and recorded footage from your security cameras. Configure the settings, such as motion alerts and remote viewing, to monitor your warehouse from anywhere at any time.

Step 5

Adjust Camera Settings

Configure camera settings via the app or the software, such as resolution, frame rate, compression and motion detection sensitivity. Fine-tune the camera’s focus until you get a clear and accurate image to identify individuals and other objects.

Step 6

Monitor and Maintain

Regularly check your security cameras for proper functioning to maintain optimal performance. Adjust the camera angle if needed, or make any necessary adjustments to improve the system’s performance.

24/7 Local Video Recording

Our security camera system is seamlessly integrated with NVRs that offer advanced recording solutions, including continuous recording, motion-triggered recording, or event-based recording for optimal storage management. With intelligent human and vehicle detection, false alarms are minimized, making it easier to identify suspicious individuals and read license plate numbers.

Frequently Asked Questions

It is important to consider the layout of the parking lot, the lighting conditions, the angle of coverage needed, and any potential blind spots.

Cameras can be connected to the network using Ethernet cables or wirelessly through WiFi.

They should be installed at a height of 10 to 12 feet to cover a wider area and prevent tampering.

You can access the footage remotely using a computer or mobile device. You can also set up alerts for motion detection or other events.

You can use tamper-proof mounts or enclosures, install cameras in high places out of reach, or place warning signs to deter potential vandals.

Yes, the footage captured by the cameras can help prove liability in case of accidents, vandalism, theft, or any other incidents that may occur in the parking lot.

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Our team of experts has designed a variety of solutions that are sure to meet your specific requirements and budgets.