However today CCTV is now more widely used for other areas of industry such as Workplace Health and Safety compliance, Staff Protection in the area of complaints or accusations over incorrect change given from members of the public.
CCTV has moved a long way and so has the technology. It is now affordable for any business.
With so many forms and applications it is absolutely crucial to allow one of our experienced and skilled consultants to listen to your needs and application and provide you with a range of options and budgets to suit any application.
A CCTV system consists of four main components:
- The Camera
- Cameras range from fixed to cameras with Pan Tilt and Zoom models, Visible to concealed
- The Recording Means (DVR) Both Standalone and PC Based
- These days the most accepted method is the DVR (Digital Video Recorder) images taken from cameras in multi forms are feed back to a DVR where they are simultaneously displayed and recorded. An authorized user is able to select and play back to the second from any to all connected cameras. All DVRs including standalone and fixed type all use the Linux based O/S for stability and reliability
- The output of the system/ Network and Internet Access
- The out is generally connected or a part of the Recoding Means, DVD output is still one of the most accepted methods, all quality DVR use the Watermark system to safe guard tampering of footage. All our equipment provides ability for remote access subject to client available requirements.
- Power Source
- This is what powers the cameras. Backups including UPS and Solar Power options.
In order to maintain the latest products and hardware we provide full system specifications of equipment at the time of quotation. For this reason we don’t list specific product specifications due to constant rapid advancements in technology resulting in out dated information.