About CCTV

Security Tips

Perimeter Security – ensure your doors and windows have good quality locks and are not left open, even when you are at home.

 

CCTV security cameras – Note that some CCTV cameras are ineffective in the dark, and as such you should consider day/night cameras which allow your CCTV system to be effective in the lowest of light conditions. Day/Night security cameras automatically change from colour during the day mode to clear black and white during night mode.

 

Security systems – Good security systems don’t come cheap in the short term, invest in quality security systems which will deliver good service for many years and are likely to be cheaper in the long run.

 

Security Lighting – Improve your exterior lighting without blinding the neighbours. Ensure that exterior light (500W and above) are installed at high level to look downwards and give a larger area of coverage rather than pointing directly at persons.

 

Dummy security don’t provide protection.Do not fool yourself thinking dummy CCTV camera and dummy alarm box can protect your property as the actual security systems. The weakness of such mentality is there to be exposed when the burglar calls!

 

Neighbourhood watch – Be a good neighbour and enjoy the benefits of good neighbourhood. If you see anyone acting suspiciously in your neighbourhood, call the police. Join a Neighbourhood Watch Scheme – there are now over 130,000 in this country. Anyone can start up a Watch – call your local police for details.

A.CCTV means Closed Circuit Television. CCTV system is used to monitor and or record the activities in an area for the purpose of safety and protection of property.

A. CCTV helps to protect your business and staff; it is a visible deterrent against theft and vandalism. CCTV can also be useful in home security to monitor and protect the drive and gardens. CCTV footage can be invaluable in the identification and prosecution of the perpetrators of crimes.

A. The main features of any CCTV are surveillance, recording and playback. CCTV surveillance enables the viewing of footages from CCTV cameras via one or more CCTV monitors. CCTV recording is the process of storing footages from CCTV cameras on a VCR, Digital Video Recorder, PC or other storage media for instant or future playback and or back up.

A. The choice of a CCTV system will depend on your needs and your budget. You would need to consider the cameras and recording media suitable to your requirements. Contact several CCTV suppliers for information on their products and installation services. Consider Eagle Security Solutions CCTV packages.

A. You may supply your CCTV equipment to be installed for you subject to installation costs. However we do not offer any guarantee on the installation of equipment that are not supplied by us.

A. YES. You may add more cameras to your CCTV package at additional costs, please contact us for details.

A.Your CCTV system comes with our standard 12 months minimum parts and labour warranty. For additional years cover, check our CCTV Maintenance package

A.Day/Night Cameras and IR Cameras are capable of seeing in the dark at monochrome mode

A.Some of the benefits of digital CCTV are improved recording and quality playback, better file compression and continuous recording on hard disk saves you the troubles associated with video tapes. Digital CCTV also facilitates remote access via internet and network.

A.Yes, subject to status and conditions. Please contact us for more details.

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