CCTV Camera

CCTV camera have seen increases in camera resolution and digital recording quality. These advancements coupled with the ease of incident searching are moving video surveillance systems to the forefront of the fight against crime.

The integration of today’s CCTV systems to the internet gives the client the ability to view remotely via Iphone, android, laptop or compatible smart device.

Many businesses and organisations are installing CCTV to address environmental and occupational health and safety requirements in the modern workplace. This provides a safer work environment for employees and is highly beneficial should an unfortunate incident occur.

Video surveillance is now predominantly network or IP based as this technology can provide high definition mega pixel camera quality in live view and playback and allows network infrastructure integration With improvements in technology, systems now have the ability to allow many months of footage to be stored.

What to consider for your CCTV system

  • An effective night time lighting system will provide superior images.
  • Infra¬red cameras are an option for low level light situations.
  • Attempting to cover large areas with one or minimal cameras is not recommended.
  • A UPS (uninterruptible power supply) is recommended to filter fluctuations in power and provide the system with a period of operation should the power to the premise be cut.
  • Camera lenses should be cleaned regularly to maintain image quality.
  • PTZ (pan, tilt, zoom) is a technology available to reposition a cameras view either manually by the operator or as a pre¬programmed system setting.

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