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Numerous security issues and problems start for businesses, homes and government facilities when nobody is watching. Video surveillance services from Netlink Security ensure monitoring and tracking night and day, from all angles to keep an eye on places and areas you value, even when you are not looking. Security and video surveillance systems, referred to as closed-circuit television (CCTV), incorporate a camera, a digital video recorder (DVR) and a monitor.
Netlink Security offers a wide selection of high-quality equipment to bring you cutting-edge solutions.
Closed Circuit Television (CCTV)
Closed-circuit television (CCTV) is a very common form of surveillance that utilizes video cameras to transmit a signal to a specific location on a minimal set of monitors in a closed network.
Banks, supermarkets, airports, military installations, industrial plants and convenience stores commonly use CCTV, which can operate constantly or may be triggered to monitor certain events.
CCTV is really a popular tool not only regarding security, but also for monitoring the operations of your organization or business.
When selecting closed-circuit television (CCTV) for security or business needs, the key questions are what type of camera to use, where to maintain the images and how to access and keep track of them. A consultation with Netlink Security can determine the solutions to these questions, which often rely upon several elements such as purpose, objective, location and native conditions.
Closed-circuit television (CCTV) systems employ numerous camera types depending on the security requirements.
Whether your needs are for a large facility, a small business or a small hidden system, Netlink Security has a solution for you.
Popular camera classifications in which you can choose are:
Analog or Digital Security Cameras
A traditional type of camera that is popular is an analog camera which records to tape. Digital camera models record to digital video recorders (DVR) which is a format that provides far more flexible storage options.
Fixed or Point Tilt and Zoom (PTZ) Security Cameras
Fixed cameras stay in one position. PTZ cameras may be moved left to right, down and up and even can zoom in and out using a computer, a DVR or PTZ joystick. These types of cameras are often widely used in casinos, stores and other public places where it is important to obtain clear identification of moving people and objects.
Outdoor or Indoor Security Cameras
Outdoor cameras are designed tough in order to stand up to the elements, whilst indoor cameras are often more sensitive.
Infared Security Cameras
The majority of cameras these days are digital color with infrared LEDs, which film in color during the day and in black and white infared (IR) by night. Infared (IR) cameras deliver the best picture in low-light viewing conditions.
Vandal Resistant Security Cameras
Depending upon the location of your camera, it might be necessary to ensure it is protected from vandals by having a robust exterior. This choice should be considered when your cameras are located in vulnerable locations.
Day and Night Security Cameras (Low Light Cameras)
Infared (IR) cameras typically film in color in the daytime and then switch to black and white whenever it is dark (low light). A photoelectric sensor detects and registers the darkness (low light) and then activates the LEDs which then switch the camera to black and white.
Dome, Bullet, Box, Corner and Pinhole Security Cameras
Camera design shapes, sizes and materials differ according to which of the above classifications are chosen. For instance, dome cameras are normally used in well-lit locations with low ceilings, while bullet cameras are utilized in low light conditions such as nightlife operations. Corner cameras are used in tight small spaces such as elevators. Some larger cameras such as standard box cameras may function as a visual deterrent, although some, like pinhole cameras, are small in order to avoid detection.
Digital Video Recorders (DVR)
Netlink Security offers a broad selection of digital video recorders (DVR) to record and store the images and audio your camera captures. Our DVRs are feature-rich and make it easy and simple to search and find footage, and maximize usage of disk space.
Digital video recorders (DVRs) are usually PC-based and store what they record on a hard drive disk (HDD). Benefits of this architecture include quick and easy access to the video database, and also the capability to connect to the internet for remote viewing from anywhere. PC-based digital video recorders (DVRs) also make it simple to transfer data to DVDs as well as other formats for secure storage.
Security monitors are the devise by which security footage is usually viewed. LCD flat panel monitors are more and more common as well as valued for their clarity which ensures that no details are overlooked. There are several other kinds of LCD monitors such as touch screens, public viewing monitors and monitors utilized in security stations.
Various types of cameras, digital video recorders (DVRs) and monitors are available for many different CCTV needs. No matter the problem, Netlink Security has a solution for you.