Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) security cameras are catching up. Though they have been there for decades already, today they've become more of a necessity. From business security to home protection, you see CCTV cameras everywhere.
The technological advancement has led to the dramatic increase in demand for CCTV Security Cameras. There are plenty of reasons for the rising demand. Most people consider installation of CCTV cameras as a solution to the problems and the security threats they face.
A CCTV camera system can be a deterrent for more than just thieves from the outside. It can also be an invaluable aid in the detection and prosecution of employee theft, which is a growing problem in our society. It is important that care is taken in the design of your surveillance. What are you trying to record? Is it the parking lot? Perhaps you have an expensive piece of machinery that you don't want to have stolen. Or maybe you are trying to record events on the premises to avoid frivolous lawsuits. Whatever your primary reason for getting the system, it is important that you let us know so that we can design it to meet your needs. Events Can be Recorded Via DVR or in the Cloud Alarm events can be recorded via a DVR (digital video recorder), or via the Cloud. The DVR will write over itself after a certain amount of time depending upon the memory size purchased with the unit. More recording space is available via the Cloud, but there are additional costs involved.
Many homeowners are opting to install a camera system in their home as an additional layer of protection to their standard home security system. These systems are great for prosecution purposes should you actually suffer a loss Low lux cameras can record images in low light or no light conditions. Long range cameras are available as well that can read license plates. But be aware that the further out that you try to record an object, the narrower the cameras capabilities of detection. In effect, the detection cone is narrowed. Specialty cameras such as low lux, license plate, and covert cameras will cost more than a standard camera but are often worth the additional investment. Give #1 Security Services a call if you are considering the addition of a CCTV surveillance system for your home or business, and we would be happy to give you a free quote.