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Cabling will be concealed in false ceiling or using casing or conduit where applicable.
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Guide On Selecting A CCTV Camera System – A Beginners Guide
With the current technology trend, your surveillance systems should be able to record in HD format as they can be used as evidence in the case of burglaries and break-ins. Your security CCTV cameras should also be capable of doing the same thing at night or in areas where there are low light conditions.
The best CCTV that should be used for your home or office must be user-friendly and adaptable to different situations. Mobile and remote viewing is also very useful to monitor closely different parts of the home or business establishment round the clock.
Rule no. 1: Surveillance objective and camera locations.
You first should decide your CCTV objective such as if it is for Home & Office general surveillance, POS cash register, business production operation or specific purpose; such as to monitor conversation, or property perimeter security.
Once you have the answer to these questions, then you’ll have a better idea of the type of camera you need.
Rule no. 2: Understand the camera type.
Once taking into account of the above, you should then determine the type of camera systems. Generally there are three main category on the market.
Analogue (HD) Systems
Analogue CCTV are most affordable & works great for basic security (most suitable for residential and business)
Most cameras are cross compatible with other systems (4-in-1 SD/AHD/CVI/TVI)
Most expensive but also provide outstanding picture quality. Generally will be wired connection to a switch or to a NVRs.
High end models support various AI functions such as face detection, face recognization and people counting.
Wireless Systems (IP)
These are IP Cameras which also support Wireless and optional on-board SD card Recording.
Wireless systems connect to your network (either wirelessly or with a cable), however, do still require wired power.
Great for places or properties where laying of cables are not possible or for ah-hoc purpose where frequent relocation is require.
Rule no. 3: Determine you budget and the key features of the different software
There are key differences between each CCTV System & brands and it all boils down to the customer preference & budget. Ultimately on the brands, pricing, the additional software benefits and most importantly, remote view and mobile apps functionality. You have to decide which systems works for you and your environment, the learning curve of the systems and the ease of use of the systems.
Rule no. 4: Ask a security professional for advice
Now you have a basic understanding of CCTV cameras and the key elements, such as price and ease of use, along with flexibility, it might be worth getting advice from the professionals.
Here at Quantum, as well as providing non-obligatory security advice, we also design, supply and install security equipment. Just tell us your needs and we can help you to choose the right CCTV system for you.
To find out more contact us on 6100 2256 today and speak to our friendly experienced team.