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CCTV Cabling & Installation

Our Technicians are Certified and experienced to set-up a closed-circuit television (CCTV) system to monitor and record activities within a specific area or premises. CCTV systems are commonly used for security and surveillance purposes to enhance safety and prevent unauthorized access or incidents.

The CCTV installation process typically involves the following steps:

Site Survey: A professional technician assesses the premises to determine the optimal locations for camera placement, considering factors such as coverage area, lighting conditions, and potential blind spots.

Camera Selection: Based on the site survey, suitable cameras are chosen to meet the specific requirements of the surveillance area. There are various types of CCTV cameras available.

Camera Mounting: Wiring and Cabling: The necessary cables are run from each camera to a central location, where the video signals are processed and recorded. This involves using network cables ( Cat 6, Cat6A).

DVR/NVR Setup: A Digital Video Recorder (DVR) or Network Video Recorder (NVR) is installed to receive and store video footage from the cameras. These devices provide video management, recording, and playback functionalities.

Connection and Configuration: The cameras and recording equipment are connected and configured to work together as a unified CCTV system. This includes setting up camera angles, resolution, recording schedules, and motion detection settings.

Testing and Calibration: The installed CCTV system is thoroughly tested to ensure all cameras are functioning correctly, video quality is satisfactory, and the recording system is operational.

Monitoring and Access: Depending on the setup, the CCTV system may be accessible via monitors on-site, or it can be accessed remotely through secure login credentials on computers, smartphones, or tablets.

CCTV installation is typically performed by qualified technicians or security professionals to ensure the system's effectiveness, reliability, and compliance with legal requirements related to privacy and data protection.