When the power goes out, it can damage your security cameras. This is because when the power goes out, the cameras are no longer receiving a steady supply of electricity. This can cause the cameras to overheat and break. Additionally, if the power outage is caused by a storm, the cameras could be damaged by the wind or rain.
Yes, a power outage can damage security cameras. If the power outage is caused by a surge, it can damage the camera’s circuitry. This can cause the camera to stop working or to produce distorted images. If the power outage is caused by a brownout, it can damage the camera’s image sensor. This can cause the camera to produce dark or blurry images.
Frequently Asked Question
Can a power outage damage security cameras?
They can damage and/or destroy your video surveillance, fire and access control systems, along with any other device on the network.27 June 2018 
No, a power outage cannot damage security cameras. However, if the camera is not plugged into a backup power source, the recording will stop and you will not be able to see any footage of the event that caused the power outage.