Video Surveillance

Verkada's hybrid cloud video surveillance solution makes managing enterprise security effortless and infinitely scalable .

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94 articles in this collection
Written by Ethan Cuttler, Casey Keller, Eden Taitt and 14 others
Hardware Installation, Hardware Specifications and Maintenance

Camera Power Requirements

PoE Power Requirements for Cameras
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Camera Ratings - IK and IP

Standards-based ratings regarding resistance to impact and environmental conditions
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Written by Joel Kelley
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Installation of your Verkada cameras

Read here for installation tips, mounting accessories and Verkada setup guides
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Written by Eden Taitt
Updated over a week ago

Preventing water damage to outdoor cameras

Instructions to waterproof outdoor cameras
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Written by Eden Taitt
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Cleaning Your Verkada Camera Domes

Instructions for cleaning your camera domes
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Written by John Tran
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Mounting a Verkada CM41 / D40 Camera

Information on wall mounting the Verkada CM41 / D40 Camera
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Written by William Minch
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Mounting a Verkada CB Camera

Information on wall mounting a CB Bullet Line Verkada Camera
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Written by William Minch
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Camera Status LED

Verkada cameras have a status LED to let you know what's happening at a glance
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Written by Eden Taitt
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Bandwidth consumption & uplink requirements for video

Since Verkada cameras record video locally, they don't consume as much bandwidth as typical IP camera systems
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Written by Eden Taitt
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Network Port Speeds

Verkada product NIC speeds
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Written by William Minch
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Outdoor Camera Specifications

Verkada's outdoor cameras are equipped with additional components to withstand extreme conditions
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Written by Ethan Cuttler
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Configuration and Setup

Configuring License Plate Recognition

This guide goes over how to configure the LPR feature on the bullet series cameras.
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Written by Eden Taitt
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Wide Dynamic Range

How and when to enable WDR on your camera
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Written by Weston Reed
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Naming a Camera

Naming your camera in Command
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Written by Donald Fairweather
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Adding a device to your Command account

To activate your Verkada camera in Command, enter its serial number or scan its QR code
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Written by Madison Hind
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Camera Settings Page

View and edit your camera's name, location, site and other settings in Command
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Written by Eden Taitt
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Navigating the Verkada Command Mobile App

Guide to understanding both icons and functionality for the Command video app
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Written by Eden Taitt
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Changing a Camera's Orientation

Rotate and flip your camera's feed to match the installation angle or if it's upside down
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Written by Eden Taitt
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Privacy Zones

Privacy Zones allow you to block out part of the cameras field of view
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Written by Eden Taitt
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Using Focus and Optical Zoom

Optical Zoom and Focus on D30, D50, CD51, CD61, CB51, and CB61
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Written by Donald Fairweather
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Using Sites and Sub-Sites

Sites and Sub-Sites divide your cameras into groups to manage permissions
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Written by Eden Taitt
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Change the location of the camera

Instructions on changing the map placement of a camera
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Written by Eden Taitt
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Camera Stats

Check motion, online status, and bandwidth consumption with camera stats
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Written by Madison Hind
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Devices Page Overview

An overview of the devices details from the Devices page
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Written by Eden Taitt
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Find a Camera's MAC Address

Find your camera's MAC address in Command
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Written by William Minch
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Deleting a Camera

Instructions for deleting or factory resetting a camera
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Written by Eden Taitt
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Offline Mode in Command

Using Offline Mode in a web browser
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Written by William Minch
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Offline Mode for Apple TV

Instructions on using Offline Mode with Apple TV
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Written by Eden Taitt
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Advanced Installation

Naming Cameras in your Organization

Best practices for naming cameras in a large deployment
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Written by Michael Umlauf
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Using ZScaler with Verkada

Deploying Verkada cameras when leveraging Zscaler
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Written by Luke Smith
Updated over a week ago

Using External Infrared (IR) Illuminators with Verkada Cameras

Extend your low-light imaging capabilities by utilizing additional IR illumination
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Written by Reese Daniel
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Verkada Devices with SSL Decryption

Verkada devices cannot operate with SSL decryption, but you can create a URL category for Verkada domains to be whitelisted
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Written by Casey Keller
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Using 802.1X with Verkada cameras

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Written by Eden Taitt
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Using a Verkada Camera on a Cradlepoint Connection

For deployments that don't have a wired ISP connection available, a Cradlepoint can be used to get a Verkada camera online
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Written by Reese Daniel
Updated over a week ago

Powering a Verkada Camera with a Solar Panel

For deployments that don't have a dedicated power source available, a solar panel can be used to power a Verkada camera
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Written by Reese Daniel
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Powering a Verkada Camera Over Coax

PoC (Power over Coax)
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Using Verkada over Fiber

With a media converter, Verkada cameras can be connected over great distances using fiber-optic links
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Written by Reese Daniel
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Connecting a Verkada Camera Using a WiFi Bridge

When your Verkada camera is within range of an existing WiFi network, a WiFi bridge can provide the camera wireless network access
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Connecting a Verkada Camera via a Wireless Bridge/Point-to-Point Connection

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Written by Reese Daniel
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Mobile Camera Deployment On-the-go

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Written by John Shultz
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