IP Camera – CCTV
Your Security, Our Priority
Private security or the security of your business is a major concern in today’s world. More and more professionals and individuals are turning to one of the most reliable solutions, such as closed-circuit television (CCTV) systems, to feel safer and protect themselves and their businesses.
Drawing on our years of experience, we undertake the installation of advanced alarm systems and access control systems for every building and space.
What Are They?
Network cameras are connected to the existing local network without the need for new specialized cable infrastructure. They transmit live audio and video to any point on the network, using the Internet, and can transfer audio and video anywhere in the world, even to portable devices and mobile phones. Additionally, they support motion detection technology.
Installing a network recording system allows you to record both image and sound. Both IP cameras and conventional analog cameras can be used, as specific devices are required to complete the circuit.
These devices must be compatible with each other and cooperate properly for the system to be efficient. The basic devices are as follows:
What Are CCTV Cameras?
The camera is the component that captures the image. There are indoor cameras, outdoor cameras, hidden cameras, and, in terms of technical specifications, IP cameras, analog cameras, or digital cameras.
What Are IP Cameras?
IP (network) cameras are used in security systems for live monitoring and recording, with the ability to zoom in during playback. These IP cameras can be placed in any space (indoor and outdoor) and can be placed in special enclosures for specific conditions, ceiling domes, etc.
The lens is an optical device located inside the camera and is either part of the camera when purchased or can be replaced. Specific lenses are used each time, although it is not recommended.
The main type of cable used is CAT5, and we also have the simple coaxial cable, which are wires for transmitting electrical signals and grounding covered with protective plastic and wound helically.
These are primarily used to record the videos captured by the cameras and are stored on a dedicated hard drive. Based on the capacity of the disk and the image compression protocol, the recording history interval is determined. A recorder has input (cameras) and output (monitor) ports.
What Are Their Advantages?
Continuous Area Monitoring The placement of cameras allows the user not only to remotely monitor their space in real-time but also to access stored material from previous days.
Security Closed surveillance systems prevent crime and provide video evidence of malicious and criminal acts. Cameras can be considered as preventing crime, and with fewer chances of a criminal action occurring in your space, you enjoy greater security and better results in your business activities.
Quality Assurance Continuous remote support contributes to gaining more and more the trust of our customers by providing immediate solutions to their needs.