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HD Analog

HD analog systems can now deliver up to 5 Megapixel HD video – multiple times the resolution of traditional (composite) analog cameras. This allows users to effectively zoom in to view the level of detail required for most common security applications.

Additionally, HD analog systems are capable of transmitting video over standard coaxial cabling. In cases where there is existing cabling in place, the cable can be generally re-used. This dramatically reduces the time, cost and complexity associated with a comparable IP solution.

HD cameras can transmit video up to 1600’ – over 5x the distance of an IP system, and transmits with zero latency – a very common issue with most IP installations.

HD analog solutions also tend to be less expensive than the IP equivalent.

Camera types:

–          Fixed Dome/Bullet

–          PTZ Dome (Pan/Tilt/Zoom)

–          Specialist Application

 

Digital Video Recorder (DVR)

DVRs are compatible with traditional analog and HD analog cameras.

A DVR converts the analog signal from the camera to digital and then compresses it. The digital video recordings are stored by the DVR to an electronic device, usually a hard drive.

Generally, a single hard drive can store up to 30 days recordings. The stored video is of the highest quality for playback, recording and video archiving.

The DVR integrates CCTV camera displays, monitoring, remote video surveillance and recording into a single unit. Advanced features provided to the user include motion detection and video loss or camera tampering alerts.

 

Monitors

All CCTV systems we install are accompanied with high resolution displays- from 1080p (2MP) to 4K.

 

Special Features:

–          Motion Detection

–          Remote Video Surveillance

–          Remote Monitoring

–          Video Loss/Camera Tampering Alert

 

 

HD-IP

Without question, the primary benefits of IP CCTV are resolution and image quality. Users can capture forensic level detail and digitally zoom in on any image without losing clarity. This results in more effective identification and provides greater accuracy for automated analysis, alarms and notifications.

IP CCTV Systems do not require local recording, they can transmit their images across Local Networks, the Internet and Wide Area Networks to a central location, where they can be recorded, viewed and managed via PC’s or mobile phones.

IP cameras connect to a local network via a single Ethernet cable, which transmits power, video and data to and from the camera. Additionally, IP cameras have a unique IP address, and can be accessed directly via the network – providing remote access, storage flexibility and the ability to display second or third streams to other display points.

Camera types:

–          Fixed Dome/Bullet

–          PTZ Dome (Pan/Tilt/Zoom)

–          360° Fisheye Camera

–          Specialist Application

 

Network Video Recorder (NVR)

NVRs are compatible with IP cameras An NVR collects digital video streams from IP cameras and stores them on an electronic device, usually a hard drive.

Generally, a single hard drive can store up to 30 days recordings. The stored video is of the highest quality for playback, recording and video archiving.

The NVR integrates CCTV camera displays, monitoring, remote video surveillance and recording into a single unit. Advanced features provided to the user include motion detection, license plate recognition and video loss or camera tampering alerts.

 

Monitors

All CCTV systems we install are accompanied with high resolution displays- from 1080p (2MP) to 4K.

 

Special features:

–          Motion Detection

–          License Plate Recognition

–          Remote Video Surveillance

–          Remote Monitoring

–          Video Loss/Camera Tampering Alerts

 

 

Special Features

The advanced CCTV technology of today incorporates specialist features that provide the user with significantly more information and control than traditional systems.

Video Analytics, License Plate Recognition and full Access Control Integration are just some of the advances in CCTV which will enhance your security system.

Motion Detection

Video analytics built into the camera or recorder can provide motion detection to give a visual alert to the operator and to activate recording or accelerate recording rate and resolution.

License Plate Recognition

Video analytics built into the camera or recorder capture licence plate details and store them with associated images and time-and-date stamp. The information can be used to directly control access such as to car parking facilities or can be collected for further analysis and can be linked to other databases.

Mobile Device Surveillance

Keep an eye on your property from anywhere with our remote video surveillance tools

Both our DVRs and NVRs offer the ability to remotely view real-time video footage of your premises using your smart phone or tablet device. This allows property owners to conveniently check in on their property anytime, anywhere.

Remote Monitoring

Alarmcontrol24, our partnered remote monitoring centre, can discreetly monitor your premises 24/7/365. Should an intruder break a beam on the perimeter or boundary wall, live images will immediately present in the monitoring centre and trained operators will warn the intruder that they are being watched and that Gardai have been informed.

Video Loss/Camera Tampering Alerts

Video analytics built into the camera or recorder can notify you if the video stream or camera view is interrupted.