Our range of CCTV installations includes but is not limited to:
- Complete CCTV systems with digital/analogue recording
- Complete CCTV systems without recording
- Upgrade of existing CCTV systems
- Additional components/functions to CCTV systems
- Stand alone wired or cordless cameras
- PIR sensors incorporated into the CCTV systems
- GSM technology incorporated into CCTV systems
- Electromagnetic devices incorporated into CCTV systems
- Replacement/Installation/reposition of CCTV components
- Upgrade of the CCTV system components
- Multi room interconnection of CCTV on room TV viewing
- CCTV systems with over the internet viewing
- Day and night vision cameras
- Waterproof/submersible cameras
- Hidden away/disguise cameras
- Detection movement cameras
- Dummy cameras
- Dummy detection movement cameras
- CCTV monitor splitter units
- Audio/visual warning systems
Many more CCTV solutions available upon request and consultation.
Why install a CCTV system or stand alone security cameras
CCTV systems or stand alone cameras are a powerful deterrent that enhance your security. Even in a completely problem free environment, CCTV systems or stand alone cameras
become very useful as they give you that extra eye on your property or your valuables.
While most clients have them installed mainly for security purposes, it is not onerous the occasion that people install them to keep an eye on their children playing in the front/back garden.
Others have them installed to keep an eye on their staff as well as knowing what goes on around their business premises.
Unfortunately there are people who would use any means to extract money from you such as bogus accidents claims at work or in relation to the health and safety. A CCTV system or stand alone camera is a "constant eye witness" monitoring
those areas of concern.
What to consider when choosing the CCTV system
1- Consider and decide what the system is going to be used for. Try to specify and optimize each piece of equipment to a specific defined task.
2- Make sure that the desired areas of monitoring are covered appropriately using the correct number and quality of components/devices.
3- Make sure that the components/devices are positioned in the appropriate location to provide correct coverage as well as quality of picture/functionality.
4- Choose the correct lenses for the cameras or make sure they have the correct resolution in relation to what they are going to be used for.
5- Consider incorporating dummy cameras into your system to divert the attention away from the real camera. This is very useful if face recognition is what is intended to be achieved.
6- Consider having the recording equipment incorporated as a camera without recording is almost useless.
7- If choosing wireless equipment make sure their specification/range is appropriate for the location/mounting position.
8- Consider using vandal proof equipment in/near vunerable location/position.
More advice and specific points of consideration raised/made known on application.