Closed-circuit television usually referred to as CCTV, is a number of video cameras used to transmit a signal to a particular place on a specific set of monitors. The difference between CCTV and broadcast television is that in the case of CCTV the signal isn’t openly transmitted. However, it may use P2P or mesh wireless links.

Despite the fact that almost any video camera can fit this definition, the term “CCTV” is usually applied to the cameras used for surveillance in areas that need attention – for example, banks, airports, casinos or convenience stores. While video telephony isn’t often called so, the video used for distance education is usually called CCTV. CCTV equipment is widely used in industrial plants, providing the opportunity to observe parts of a process from a central control room.

CCTV on your smartphone

This is especially convenient when the environment isn’t suitable for humans. Such systems may work continuously or at certain periods of time – to monitor a particular event, for instance. Meanwhile, there is a more advanced form of CCTV, which uses Digital Video Recorders (DVR’s). It allows recording for many years, offering many quality and performance options and additional features, including motion detection and email alerts. Now decentralized IP-based CCTV cameras with megapixel sensors allow recording directly to either network-attached storage devices or internal flash, which means that they can operate in a stand-alone mode.

Surveillance of the public with the help of CCTV is common in many areas throughout the globe. The leader in the United Kingdom: according to the reports, there are more cameras per person in the UK than in any other country. However, the increasing use of CCTV has led to a debate about security versus privacy.

How Can We Help?

CCTV systems can add an extra layer of security to any business or building, safeguarding the machinery, data and people inside. CCTV has many uses for

Company vehicles
Shared accommodation

We can help with supplying & fitting hardware in the following areas:

IP cameras
CCTV & DVR cables & adaptors
External dome cameras
Internal dome cameras
Day & Night ccamera
Spy cameras
Micro cameras
TFT screens
Nest cameras
Ring cameras
Remote viewing iPhone, Samsung & Windows phones
CCTV accessories
Car & Taxi, Bus CCTV
CCTV servers

Why fit a CCTV system:

Deter criminals
Monitor staff
Track registration plates
Staff safety
Car park monitoring & visitor tracking
Access monitoring
Recorded thieves in the event of a break-in
Protect against theft
Warehouse safety
Asset management
Reduce insurance premiums
Track staff and customers against sales through tills

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