CCTV is just one line of defence against crime, and works best when combined with other measures, such as door and window locks, keeping trees and foliage cut back, security lights and a burglar alarm. If you're thinking of getting a home CCTV system for the outside of your property, this must comply with privacy laws. This means making sure that your cameras aren't pointed at public space or other peoples houses or gardens.
If you're using CCTV cameras outside, we ensure they're weatherproof to withstand wet weather conditions. Wireless cameras are available, but we
still have to run a cable to a power source. We position cameras where they can't be tampered with but can be accessed for maintenance and cleaning
Indoor CCTV cameras come in three types: wired, wireless and power-line networked (these plug into your electrical sockets and transmit images to a storage device). Wireless cameras are not recommended inside the home unless the signal can be encrypted, as anyone within a range and using a suitable receiver would be able to view the images. Most home systems use a PC hard drive or standalone digital video recorder (DVR). The main CCTV system technology is now IP, with the benefit of POE (single cat5 carrying the power and the picture to the 'NVR'). Our NVR's also allow for ease of connectivity to your CCTV system using a smart phone such as an iPhone or iPad.
It all sounds a bit technical with the user of POE, NVR, IP, DVR, HD, TVI, CVI and so on, however, we are more than happy to advise you on the meanings of all of these whenever required, or you could just leave it to us. We sell IP systems with we can demo a system, supply and install and all within the needs for an examination.
For a free no obligation quotation please complete our online enquiry form or contact us. We will schedule an appointment for our senior engineer to visit and offer a comprehensive discussion on your requirements.