CCTV Surveillance Systems
Closed circuit TV systems (CCTV systems) are used for area surveillance and remote monitoring. Closed circuit TV systems can record events. In a closed circuit TV system, live or prerecorded signals are sent to a predetermined group of receivers over a closed loop, either through co-axial cable or as scrambled radio waves. The scrambled radio waves are unscrambled at the point of reception. A closed circuit TV system can be used to make a business more secure and less prone to theft. A basic closed circuit TV system consists of a single camera directly connected to a monitor and recorder. More complex closed circuit TV systems may consist of hundreds of cameras, multiple operators, and digital recorders.

Selecting closed circuit TV systems requires an analysis of product specifications, features, and applications. Performance specifications for closed circuit TV systems include picture quality, recording quality, image resolution, image details, frame rates, price, and number of colors. CCTV systems that provide lower resolutions and slower frame rates may provide blacker and jerkier images. A higher resolution CCTV system provides more detailed images that are easier to identify. In terms of features, recording is an important part any CCTV surveillance system that is not monitoring continuously.

CCTV Applications:
As surveillance video has grown increasingly popular, it's popped up in more and more everyday places. It watches the cashier in fast-food restaurants. It captures identities of customers at convenience stores. It watches from the corners of downtown office buildings. It pans, tilts and zooms from dome cameras mounted on lampposts

CCTV Surveillance Systems provides protection against mugging, break-ins, shop lifting and vandalism. It can be used even for monitoring persons leaving or entering office/home premises.

It helps to monitor/protect your interests and valuables at

  • Commercial complexes
  • Banks
  • Offices
  • Hospitals
  • Schools
  • Shopping malls
  • Casinos
  • Car Parking Lots
  • Homes
  • Public Places like Bus and Railway Terminals.

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