"system" to which you refer. I could not easily find that specific item - but I get the impression it is some sort of consumer-grade CCTV surveillance camera that transmits the video image wirelessly to a base station. The camera will still use a wire for power - so just a heads up for you.
The base station likely has an analog/composite video connection that is either an RCA or BNC jack. If BNC, you can get an inexpensive BNC/RCA adapter. The base station will also need a power connection.
The irony is that this "wireless video system" actually uses more wires than a "wired" camera... (three vs one). But I digress.
To record the video from this "wireless video system" you have some options (if my assumptions are correct on what this really is). To narrow down those options, we need to understand your budget and if you want the video:
1) in a computer. If so, what computer are you wanting that video in?
2) to be store external to a computer - like with a regular VCR, security VCR or some sort of Digital Video Recorder. And whether you want the video recording all the time, or just when someone presses a record button. As well, knowing how long the video recording needs to be stored - mine records 4 different surveillance cameras with full-motion video up to around 30 days before the oldest files are over-written with new video.
3) available over the internet, remotely...
And while we're at it, what are you expecting to happen when a power outage hits? Is battery back up required? How long does that power need to last? Minutes, hours or days?
There's probably more, but this should get our conversation started.
If you could provide a link directly to the product, that would be helpful.
I am considering the purchase of this security system, 2.4G Wireless Home Security System with Infrared UK252. I need to know more about how it works. Can I connect it to something and record? If so, what all can I connect it to for recording?