Farm Lambing Cameras Northern Ireland

Farm Lambing Cameras, Calving, Foaling, Pigs and Poultry Cameras

Farm Lambing Cameras available at Videplus based in Belfast Northern Ireland.

Looking after your livestock is a time consuming task at the best of times, but it is even more so during the calving, lambing or foaling seasons as it becomes wearing constantly checking your livestock, especially on those occasions when it is a false alarm. Lucky for you this is where Videplus can help, saving you regular trips throughout all hours of the day. A calving camera or lambing camera from Videplus can help ease the burden to see if your livestock needs assistance by simply viewing from your smart phone, tablet and or PC.

Farm Lambing Cameras

Call our experienced sales team today on 028 9032 9480 to see which of our products best suits your application. You can also send us a message with your details here.

With Technology advancing there is no longer any restrictictions on farm lambing cameras being fitted in multiple outhouses, barns etc and being monitored and recorded from another building or even being viewed from the other end of the world. With our wireless links you can send multiple cameras up to 3Km to recording or viewing equipment. Alternatively you can send internet from house or office to sheds to put cameras or other devices online so they can be viewed remotely.

Farm Lambing Cameras

If you dont have any internet on site, that still isnt a problem as we can provide 4G routers which you can insert your own sim card to enable you to get connectivity to your cameras.

Most cameras today come with Infra Red lamps as standard which enables the camera to still get a very sharp image at night with the image turning to black and white when no other light is available.

Call our experienced sales team today on 028 9032 9480 to see which of our products best suits your application. You can also send us a message with your details here.

CCTV is a very useful tool to have about any farm, not just for monitoring livestock but also for security and protecting valuable equipment that is essential for your day to day operation. Click on this link for some tips and advice on how to keep your farm secure.

X