Our Business Is To Protect
CCTV, or closed-circuit television, is a system that allows you to keep an eye on what’s going on in and around your business and/or Home. Cameras and monitors enable you to view events live, and recorders archive footage for later reference. Do not mistake a CCTV monitor for an ordinary television. It does not receive publicly broadcasted content— only footage from security cameras installed on the premises. CCTV technology has been around for decades, but improvements in recent years make it even more effective at capturing criminals in the act and bringing them to justice. Consider the various parts of a CCTV system and how they all work together.
• Wired security cameras use cables to transmit footage and conduct video surveillance, but the signal can weaken
when the transmission range exceeds 300 meters. Using the appropriate networking cables, switches, and signal
boosters can help overcome this problem. Several cameras can be interconnected to a single monitor located in a
• Analog cameras have been around for years and are still the most common type of CCTV camera installed today. They
have basic functionality and store video onsite.
• IP (Internet protocol) cameras carry out the same functions as their analogue counterparts, but with vastly greater
capabilities. IP cameras boast sharper, higher resolution images and more flexible features like remote zoom and
repositioning. They also give you the option to view footage on a web browser. This makes it possible to receive
notifications regarding anything peculiar your cameras records—such as movement inside your business at 3:00 am—
and view it live from anywhere via a computer or smartphone. The major drawback of IP cameras is their higher price