CCTV & Surveillance CameraCyber security - Before, During and After the Attack
PoE (power over Ethernet), easy to use.
90° pan, 360° tilt, and 4X optical zoom.
Up to 190ft long range infrared night vision.
Motion detection or 24/7 recording.
Industry-leading 5MP resolution.
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What We Do
Annual Maintenance Contract
Owing to our years of experience and in-depth knowledge, we are capable of undertaking CCTV Annual Maintenance Services. In this, we provide annual maintenance for Color Dome Camera, IR Dome Camera, IR Outdoor Camera, Box Camera and Speed Dome Camera, to name a few.
All the offered services are widely demanded by showrooms, commercial complexes, offices and industries.
• Client-centric approach
Installation and Alignment
Installing a CCTV camera system can an expensive affair.
The most important aspect of installing a CCTV camera system is choosing the right spots for camera and DVR to maximize camera coverage and minimize cable length (which in-turn reduces the inline losses that affect video quality). For indoors, choose a corner in the room from where most entry points into the room are visible. A power socket should also be nearby. For outdoors, choose a higher spot covering the door, window approaches, garages, etc. Choose the spots above 10 Ft so that it cannot be knocked down easily.
Place the camera unit at the desired place, make guide marks for drilling. Drill holes and hammer in the screw moldings. Now, screw the camera in place firmly. Insert the power cable of the camera in a socket.
DVR of the CCTV is the place where the surveillance hard disk is present. Thus all your CCTV recordings reside inside a DVR. It is highly recommended to keep the DVR inside a locked compartment so that even if an intruder spots the DVR, he/she can’t destroy the recorded videos. This is a vital step to ensure a bulletproof security system for your home.
Plan the pathway for all the cables from cameras to the DVR unit. Use wire moldings to keep the wire managed and safe. Nail the moldings along the path and put the Siamese surveillance wire inside.
The video cable is connected via a BNC port. Remove about 1.5 CM of outer covering of the video cable which should now expose the braids. Slide the crimping barrel onto the cable with a wider diameter facing towards the end of the cable. Now remove the white insulator covering the innermost cable. Now insert these exposed cables into the BNC port and screw the crimping barrel. This makes a secure connection. Connect the DVR output port to the screen on which you want the video feed.
Start by powering ON the DVR
as followed by the display and the DVR. Setup the DVR according to the user manual provided with the DVR. Go over every camera’s feed to confirm each camera is working properly and providing the desired viewing angle.
1. Crime deterrent
It goes without saying that having a CCTV camera installed at your premises will act as a serious deterrent to criminals and anyone carrying out illegal activities. The sight of a CCTV camera infers an air of danger and the presence of the law, deterring anyone planning to carry out a crime from doing so.
2. Monitors activities
CCTV systems are able to keep track of what is happening at the premises where they are installed. By monitoring the activity of workers and visitors at your business’ site, you and your workforce can have total peace of mind about exactly what is going on under your roof.
3. Collect evidence
In the unfortunate event of a crime occurring at your premises, having a CCTV system really does pay dividends as it provides a way of collecting evidence to help ‘suss out’ exactly what happened. Crimes can be solved far more easily with additional evidence from a CCTV camera, helping place times, locations and, most importantly, suspects.
4. Decision Making
When it comes to settling disputes, footage from security cameras can be incredibly important. This applies to both domestic and commercial scenarios. Whether it’s dealing with family disagreements, employee feuds or altercations between staff and customers, by referring to CCTV footage, you’ll know the truth.
5. Keep records
It is always a good idea to keep records of when your staff are coming into and checking out of your site, as well as when deliveries are made or visitors enter the building, so you can ensure everything’s running smoothly.
5. Peace Of Mind
A camera system provides people with an increased sense of security and reassurance, particularly in areas where the crime rate is high. Many of the more sophisticated models are wireless, meaning they can be viewed and monitored from your smartphone or tablet.