American Made Security Cameras
"America First" message resonated with many fellow Americans. We get asked "do you have security cameras made in usa" question from our customers pretty regularly. As a result, we decided to make a page and share what we know about the brands that claim to be "made in usa security camera manufacturer".
Unfortunately, the short answer is we hardly have any security camera manufacturing in United States at this moment. There are companies who make housing or enclosure for security cameras in United States however we do not have many factories that are manufacturing security cameras at the moment. We hope this changes with new government funding programs and we will see more products with our flag.
The list below includes brands who claim they are made in USA. So let's delve into it:
- Arecont Vision: Assembles security cameras
- Digital Watchdog:
- Speco Technologies
Pelco Incorporated is an American-based security and surveillance technologies company, founded in 1957 and headquartered in Fresno, California.
All Pelco products are compliant with NDAA
"Pelco product lines do not use or incorporate any essential components or critical technology including SoCs produced by NDAA banned component vendors, nor does Pelco OEM any product lines produced by NDAA banned manufacturers. Also, Pelco was acquired by Motorola and Motorola has declared its intention to also make Pelco products in the USA."
However, Pelco shared list of 4 GFC Professional series products that non-compliant.
See the list of Pelco NDAA compliant products
Arecont Vision Costar, LLC is a US-based company founded in 2018 to offer complete video surveillance solutions to customers around the world.
Arecont Vision has mixed of NDAA-Compliant and Non-Compliant Products
DW is the industry leader in digital recorders, surveillance cameras and management software. Founded 1987 and engineered in the USA and Korea.
Digital Watchdog products are mostly compliant with NDAA
Digital Watchdog referred to a statement confirming most of their product portfolio is NDAA-compliant.
"The following Digital Watchdog cameras, encoders, network video recorders (NVRs) and digital video recorders (DVRs) which do not use or deploy critical components, nor include SoCs produced by NDAA banned component vendors, are compliant with the NDAA.
The products listed below are compliant with GSA Schedules and have been deemed TAA compliant as the final products have been manufactured and substantially transformed within the United States and South Korea, both approved signatory countries designated by the TAA."
See the list of Digital Watchdog NDAA compliant products
Speco Technologies is a manufacturer of video surveillance and audio surveillance products for more than 60 years
Speco has mixed of NDAA-Compliant and Non-Compliant Products
"Speco is actively moving to exclude components from banned companies. Please find below a list of current active models from Speco Technologies that do not contain any components from (NDAA Section 889 Part B) banned companies"
See the list of Speco Technologies NDAA compliant products
Ubiquiti Inc. (formerly Ubiquiti Networks, Inc.) is an American manufacturer of wireless data communication and wired products and founded in San Jose, California, in 2003.
Ubiquity products are mostly compliant with NDAA
Ubiquity referred to a statement confirming most of their product portfolio is NDAA-compliant.
"As of the date hereof and to the best of Ubiquiti’s knowledge, the products listed below do not contain a substantial or essential component or use critical technology produced by Huawei Technologies Company, ZTE Corporation, Hytera Communications Corporation, Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology Company or Dahua Technology Company (or any known subsidiary or affiliate of such entities)."
Honeywell International Inc. is an American publicly traded, multinational conglomerate headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Honeywell has mixed of NDAA-Compliant and Non-Compliant Products
Honeywell referred to a statement confirming some of their product portfolio is NDAA-compliant.
"The Honeywell 30 Series, 60 Series and Modum IP cameras are designed for use as part of video systems which comply with NDAA 2019, Section 889. In addition to the 30/60/Modum Series cameras, our MAXPRO® and Pro-Watch® VMS/NVR ranges, our 30 Series Embedded NVRs and our ADPRO iFT/iFT-E IP NVRs follow our extensive cyber testing process and do not contain components from any of the companies highlighted in NDAA 2019, Section 889. Together with the Series 30/60/Modum cameras they can be used to provide video systems compliant with NDAA 2019, Section 889"